Jason Vandenberg is a senior finance leader with hands-on experience in a number of senior management roles working closely with Management and Boards of Directors. Jason has an established record of achievement with expertise in forecasting and budgeting, strategic planning, corporate governance, banking and finance, mergers and acquisitions, investor relations, accounting and administration, complex business and tax issues, staff management, internal controls, human resources management, financial reporting and regulatory compliance.
Jason also brings a wealth of experience in growing companies to maximize their potential. With over 20 years of management experience, Jason has been involved in the substantial growth of multiple companies both organically and through the acquisition and integration of over 40 businesses.
Jason was the Chief Financial Officer of ENTREC Corporation from 2011 until 2020. Prior to this Jason was CFO of Eveready Inc. and its predecessor companies until it was acquired by Clean Harbors in 2009. In these roles, Jason was responsible for all finance and administrative functions. During his tenure with ENTREC, the Company grew from annual revenue of $20 million in 2010 to $180 million in 2019 making ENTREC a leader in the provision of crane and heavy haul transportation services in Canada and the United States. At Eveready, Jason was an integral member of the senior management team that grew revenue from $90 million in 2004 to over $650 million in 2008 and completed over 30 business acquisitions. Eveready provided industrial maintenance and oilfield services from 80 locations in Canada, the United States and internationally.
Prior to joining Eveready in 2005, Jason spent six years as an accountant with Grant Thornton and from 2010 until 2011 was the Vice President, Finance with Afexa Life Sciences Inc.
Jason has also been a director and fractional CFO of Current Financial Corp., a leading provider of equipment financing and capital solutions to small and medium sized businesses in Western Canada, since 2013.