Peace Region Supervisor
How did you get started in the industry?
“I started in oil and gas as a rigger in 2004 . I then operated mulchers and became a lead hand to help construct major projects in Alberta. After gaining 7 years of practical experience I completed the Land Agent program at Olds College in 2014.”
What are your key responsibilities at AiM?
“My primary responsibility is coordination of field activities for projects in North West Alberta and North East British Columbia.”
What quote inspires you?
“Having hit a wall, the next logical step is not to bang our heads against it.” – Stephen Harper
What are a few of your proudest achievements at AiM?
“Being apart of constructing major bitumen extraction projects.”
“Playing a critical field role in many linear projects. Developed a strong relationship with many First Nation communities.”
What do you want your clients and colleagues say about you?
“I think our clients would say that I have an excellent understanding of agriculture and Oil and Gas development. Also, that I am a good communicator.”
What do you value when building relationships?
“I build strong relationships through good communication and understanding the clients needs.”
How would you describe the environment at AiM?
“The management of the company and personnel is top notch. AiM has always been respectful and transparent with me. I enjoy the people and atmosphere of the “whole” company. Looking to our President and VP you know there is always a plan to improve. Aim has a forward thinking approach in terms of technology and diversification.”
What charities or organizations are you involved with?
- PADS – Pacific Assistance Dogs
What do you like to do when you’re not working?
“I enjoy getting back to nature and camping.”
What 3 words best describe you?
Get in touch with Cameron
Cell : 780-882-9019