A consulting company operating in Manitoba that provides Project Management services.
Experience in providing Project Management for Information & Communication Technology solution initiatives in the Telecommunication industry.
Totem Project Management is an Aboriginal company.
Jay Nadeau, B.Sc. (Eng.)
President & Project Management Consultant
Jay has over 11 years of project management & business process experience. Jay holds a Bachelor of Science in Engineering, and a Project Management Professional designation.
He is a confident, and results-driven leader who takes pride in being a highly effective problem-solver, envisioning smart solution options and delivering with efficiency across all areas of the organization.
Jay has a history of delivering aggressive returns on capital investment, operational efficiency, and innovation. His leadership experience in Manitoba’s leading information and communications technology provider allows Jay to step into any business, assess a situation and leverage this knowledge to recommend optimal solutions.
As a past Sponsored Executive for United Way of Winnipeg, Jay has experience providing direction & strategic advice to partners in the business community. He also has experience in fundraising, and public speaking. United Way of Winnipeg was so impressed with Jay’s results during the campaign that they invited him to deliver a final speech to over three hundred major corporate sponsors and supporters at campaign end.
As an experienced project manager, Jay has successfully completed hundreds of complex site installations within telecom programs worth up to ten million dollars in value. Here, Jay focused on management & coordination of work with internal stakeholders, external vendors, and customers.
Jay is a proud Aboriginal Canadian with experience working collaboratively with Manitoba First Nations communities. He is aware of Corporate and Aboriginal issues, services and subject matter. Jay understands both perspectives allowing him the access to effectively resolve problems or expedite solution delivery.
Jay completed his engineering degree through the Engineering Access Program (ENGAP) at the University of Manitoba. ENGAP recently celebrated its 30th anniversary, and Jay is one of the program’s first 100 Indigenous graduates.
Having worked and lived in a variety of locations in Manitoba including Remote Northern locations, Jay is comfortable travelling and working in all environments.