At West Monroe, our people are our business.
We pride ourselves on bringing a different mindset to consulting—and that takes a different approach: highly collaborative, flexible, and tenacious.
Our people-first, highly collaborative culture is core to our identity. It’s something we care about, and something we strive to enrich and preserve. No hierarchies. No siloes. No egos. Just smart ideas, and the drive to make an impact for our clients.
Every day our clients rely on us to help them tackle their greatest challenges, by strategically deploying technology through a business-focused and industry-specific lens. We bring together both the right knowledge and the right approach, so that they can capitalize on opportunities and deliver real results. That takes the right team. And that’s where you come in.
Ready for the next step on your career journey?
We are looking for a Manager in our Energy and Utilities Practice! In this role, you will help our utility clients implement water AMI programs.
From day one at West Monroe, our people have the opportunity to make a definitive personal impact for their clients and their careers. What does this mean? It means we seek out the best of the best, and then we challenge them to make us better.
We need someone who can bring the following to the table:
Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience required
Minimum of 3 years of experience in the electric/water utilities industry.
Minimum 3 years of professional services consulting experience.
Minimum of 4 years of experience working directly on water AMI projects with an emphasis on the implementation phase
Experience with utilities of 100,000 meters or greater in size
Strong understanding of the key vendors/systems within the water AMI marketplace including meter manufacturers, AMI system providers, MDM vendors, customer portal offerings and data analytics packages.
Referenceable track record of successfully managing and executing consulting engagements related to strategy development, business cases, technology roadmaps, program management, vendor selection, business process reengineering, organizational assessments, etc.
Mature project management and consulting skills; writing and presentation of business solutions.
Ability and willingness to travel up to 50% of the year annually.
What will you be doing?
Establish and/or lead a program management office (PMO) for water utilities clients undertaking complex, transformational programs.
Act as or support the Project Manager in developing project plans, milestones, estimates, and structure on large engagements.
Lead business process and technical requirements workshops with client personnel to develop business process/ technical documentation deliverables including requirements, process maps and key performance indicators for water AMI related processes (e.g. automated meter reading, leak detection).
Contribute to the Energy & Utilities Water consulting practice from a methodology, service offering, team development, and business development standpoint to drive best practice behaviors into the practice.
Gather business needs and requirements and help turn those goals into concrete projects and detailed proposals.
Exercise strong client management and client relationship building skills.
Drive business development at new and existing utility clients.
Ready to get started? Join our team and make an impact.