PRESIDENT AND CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
Mr. Morin is a performance-driven senior executive with a more than decade-long track record of customer-focused, productivity-oriented leadership in manufacturing and oilfield service companies. Mr. Morin has worked in numerous roles ranging from sales to shop manager to welder, giving him direct experience in nearly every aspect of Dynacorp’s current business.
As Dynacorp’s President and CEO, he considers it critical to help instil belief in Dynacorp’s Brand Promise in every employee and manager, while helping to drive the company’s development of new technology and ever-better technical solutions for customers across Dynacorp’s business lines.
Mr. Morin’s started his career in the oil and gas industry as a journeyman welder and quickly moved into managerial roles. He has continued to be a passionate supporter of young tradespeople by creating two scholarship funds in Alberta for high school welders, as well as by donating generously to high school welding programs.
Prior to becoming President and CEO of Dynacorp in April 2013, Mr. Morin was the company’s Vice President and Chief Operating Officer from 2009 to early 2013. In this role he directed overall operations, sales and financial management for multiple manufacturing and rental facilities with a total of 120 employees. From 2007 to 2009 he was Vice President, Fabrication at Global Flow Inc., a Calgary-based manufacturer of process equipment, E&I systems and field automation. Mr. Morin previous experiences include: direct operational oversight, productivity initiatives, strategic planning, business development and customer relations. From 2006-2007 he was Manager, Fabrication for Crossfire Energy Services, where he led the Company’s Calgary fabrication business through its acquisition of Dynacorp Fabricators Inc. From 2002-2006 he was operations manager at Dynacorp, during which time he directed business operations at the company’s Calgary manufacturing facility, including direct oversight of personnel, overseeing design and quality control, and productivity-enhancing initiatives.