Maurício Mendonça Godoy believes in creating, sustaining, and in cultivating professional networks. While he does confirm that this is something that takes time, and lots of it, he is adamant that anyone who wants to be successful must start with this particular step. It is, therefore, necessary for a person to set aside time to create relationships that they can rely on at a later date.
He became the CEP of Estaleiros do Brasil in the year 2015. Maurício Mendonça Godoy attended the Mackenzie Presbyterian University where he graduated in the year 1983 with two degrees. One was in Business Administration while the second one was in Mechanical Engineering.
Maurício Mendonça Godoy also got to attend a University Extension Course that was taught at the Harvard Business School in 2012. The course was known as Leading Professional Service Firms. His education credentials also show that he has two further certifications: he is a Board Member of the IBGC (Brazilian Institute of Corporate Governance) and also has a certification from the Project Management Institute (PMI). The latter means that he is a certified Project Management Professional.
Prior to taking up his current position, he worked as the CEO of Toyo Setal Empreendimentos Company for two years (2012—2014). Before this, Maurício Mendonça Godoy had worked for three years as the Director of TS Gas do Brasil. His first job was in 1985 when he was employed by Codistil Dedini as a Construction Manager. Read more articles about Mauricio Godoy at Jubrasil.
In his current position as the Chief Executive Officer of his firm, Maurício Mendonça Godoy is credited with the commissioning and completion of several high-profile projects. One of these projects was EBR shipyard that was constructed in the city of Sao Jose that can be found in the Rio Grande do Sul state. He is also credited with the expansion of Reduc (Duque de Caxias Refinery) and UPGN (the Natural Gas Processing Unit). Both of these projects were in the Rio de Janeiro area, with the UPGN being located at the Terminal de Cabiunas. Apart from leading several firms, he has also worked as a lead editor in a book that was published in 2013 by Abemi.