Rennie Hynes is a proud Newfoundlander and Labradorian. Other than a few years of living in Alberta as a child, Rennie has lived and worked in Newfoundland and Labrador his entire life. Rennie obtained his three-year Environmental Technology Diploma and a Bachelor of Technology from the Marine Institute and Memorial University of Newfoundland. Subsequently, he received a Master of Science in Environmental Management from Imperial College, London, UK. Rennie has worked with SNC-Lavalin Inc (BAE-Newplan Group) for 14 years in NL and has spent portions of his career in the environmental and civil engineering departments. Most of his career has been managing the environmental department before accepting a position this past year as Business Development Manager for SNC-Lavalin Inc, NL. Rennie greatly enjoys outdoor activities such as fly-fishing, snowmobiling, and relaxing at the cabin with his wife, Hilary, and two sons, Blake and Ethan.
Rennie: Ensuring our present day actions and decisions as a society do not adversely impact the quality of life and eliminate options for future generations.
Rennie: There are a number of great people who have helped me and continue to help me develop as a professional.
Rennie: A healthy and happy family! Also achieving goals you have set for yourself, no matter how big or small.
Rennie: Versatile. Challenging. Satisfying.
Rennie: Focus on your area of qualification and interest and stay active in the community.
Rennie: Completing a master’s degree while working fulltime.
Rennie: Moving into a management position relatively early in my career. It is a big adjustment when your responsibilities change to include managing personnel, clients, budgets, and schedules. You have to adapt and learn quickly when new challenges arise.
Rennie: It has improved communication and extended business activity globally.
Rennie: It is an exciting time to be working in Newfoundland and Labrador. The next five years look promising.
Rennie: Working with a multi-disciplinary engineering company sparked my interest in various sectors, energy being one of those, especially here in Newfoundland and Labrador.
Rennie: It is an essential sector and continues to grow.
Rennie: No one particular person. I find myself paying attention to those individuals who are respected by their peers in society and the workplace (my parents fall into this group). You can learn a lot from these people.
Rennie: It is an effective means to market and do business globally.
Rennie: Primarily internal corporate communication tools.
Rennie: It is a highly effective recruitment tool, especially in a competitive environment.
Rennie: Everyday has a new challenge. It feels like I am always learning.
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