About the Opportunity: As Climate Change & Energy Specialist, you will be the technical lead in delivering climate change and energy programming for the organization, including the Integrated Community Energy & Climate Action Plans (ICECAP) partnership. The ICECAP partnership is a unique regional and collaborative partnership that brings together First Nations and municipalities to approach climate change and energy planning in a more efficient and cost-effective manner.

The responsibilities of the position will: support cleantech innovation and sustainable technology initiatives; analyze greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in various sectors; advance identified recommendations to reduce community-scale GHG reductions; help set GHG emission reduction targets and track progress; and raise climate change and energy literacy in the organization and community through the development of communication products. To excel in this position, the candidate will also have knowledge and experience in the research, development, and implementation of First Nation and municipal GHG emissions reduction plans and climate change adaptation plans.

Terms: A normal week will be 40 hours. This position works with volunteers and will require weekend and evening work. Time-off will be provided in lieu of time worked on weekends and evenings.

How to Apply: Please forward a cover letter and résumé to David Bywater ([email protected]) by 5PM on May 14, 2021. We thank all applicants for their interest in the position. Only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.