Firstly, let us define the term "Super-Enceladus". In the context of this question, a "Super-Enceladus" is a moon that has permanent or near-permanent polar jets spewing out matter into space. These jets could be of any material; water, magma, or even CO2 could work, but the jets HAVE to continue going at all times. Now, could a moon like this be possible?
I can imagine a moon like this existing only with heavy tidal forces. In real life. Enceladus shares a 2:1 resonance with one of Saturn's other moons, Dione. It is thanks to this resonance that Enceladus boasts its polar jets. However, Dione is a small moon, and one could imagine that the effects on Enceladus would be stronger if Dione was bigger and could exert more gravitational force, similar to what we see on Jupiter's moon Io. Nonetheless, not even Io can achieve PERMANENT polar jets. So, is a permanent polar jet on a moon even possible, and if so, what ramifications would this moon's activities have on the rest of its home system?