Dramatic change requires dynamic leaders.
Assess strategic business objectives. Develop and implement transformative solutions. Manage by metrics. Our clients are asking us to do all of this, every day. You will face unique challenges, requiring an uncommon blend of business savvy and technical expertise. Are you ready to accept the challenge?
Our promise: We encourage you to pursue your passion, never stop learning, and become a subject matter expert in areas that excite you. We’re looking for tech-savvy industry experts who have an entrepreneurial spirit and can keep pace in this complex and ever-changing market.
The industry is constantly evolving.
The energy and utilities industry is becoming increasingly complex and dynamic. Making a difference in this complicated environment requires experts who have a passion for the industry, and an uncommon blend of technology and business acumen and experience.
At West Monroe, we set the highest standards for success and have a track record of exceeding those standards. We address business objectives, implement new solutions that leverage disruptive technologies, and manage by metrics to set clients up for long-term success. Our Energy & Utilities practice offers a portfolio of services addressing utility grid modernization, distributed energy resources, advanced analytics, water scarcity and resource management, sustainability, and more. Additionally, our industry-renowned team offers sound strategic advice to executives during these challenging times. We work collaboratively with our in-house experts in customer experience, technology, operations excellence, mergers and acquisitions, cybersecurity, and managed services to offer tailored and innovative solutions to address our clients’ most complex challenges.
We boast some of the most seasoned experts in the industry, along with an impressive project portfolio encompassing advanced electric, water, and gas metering (AMI), smart grid, ITIL, and more. Join our team, and you’ll have the opportunity to build on the latest strategies of today’s utilities alongside some of the most renowned voices in the industry.
At any given time, you might:
- Drive the creation of new and innovative strategies and roadmaps for utilities looking to modernize their operations.
- Evaluate technology and implementation options for grid modernization leveraging a proprietary and dynamic business case analysis tool.
- Implement new systems and revamp business processes to handle distribution automation, intelligent substations, outage management, water loss, leak detection and pipeline repair/replacement.
- Develop innovative solutions to drive an improved utility customer experience by synthesizing market research, including Voice of Customer and policy forums, to achieve impactful improvement.
- Implement ConnectTheGrid™, a SaaS product that helps utilities manage their new solar connection applications.
Ready to see what your career might look like?
100 Days: Take a glimpse into your first months on the job.
Our clients' needs change every day — and so do the projects our consultants work on. No two career paths are the same for our staff, just like no two days will be the same. Here’s a glimpse of one consultant’s journey. When you join WMP, you’ll create your own!
Day 1: Meet your new work family.
You’re introduced to the West Monroe Energy & Utilities practice, with whom you’ll collaborate on a daily basis. On your team, you’ll find mentors, partners, and protégés. You’re an integral piece of the puzzle, and we’re glad you’re here.
Day 35: Executives need your advice.
We’ll start by defining the business case at a high level. To do that, we’ll need executive buy-in. Engaging executives early not only helps to build the functional requirements for the new system, it helps to shape the governance structure required as we move through the evaluation and deployment processes of implementing new technology.
Day 100: Become the expert.
Now that you hold a Professional Engineers (PE) license and/or Project Management Professional (PMP) certificate, you want to help other new hires acquire the credential. Host a lunch-and-learn, sponsored by the company, to share your experience and help others prepare. Perhaps you’ll even lead a committee, through our “chiefs” program, to formalize training and help develop other consultants.