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Executive Director | Calgary, AB

Organization: Alberta Energy Efficiency Alliance

Position Overview
The Executive Director is a driving force in all Alliance activities and has the ability to pursue the goals of the organization in a flexible environment, with the backing of the Alliance Board representing a diverse spectrum of organizations. These activities result in the Executive Director being a highly visible member of Alberta’s energy efficiency community and a leader in the advancement of new policies and programs
in the province. The Executive Director is also a central communicator with AEEA members and other  stakeholders, and actively supports the development of the energy efficiency industry.



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Policy Research + Advocacy Coordinator | Toronto, ON

Organization: The Atmospheric Fund

Role summary: explore, analyze and help advance implementation of policy solutions to save energy and reduce carbon emissions in cities.

Location: Toronto, Ontario
Job Term: Full-time, one-year contract position with the possibility for extension
Compensation: Yearly salary is $44,000
Application deadline: August 29, 2017
Targeted start date: September 15, 2017

The Atmospheric Fund (TAF) advances innovative solutions to reduce carbon emissions and air pollution in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area (GTHA). Decarbonizing our cities requires formulation and adoption of new policies and programs at all levels of government to accelerate implementation of technologies, practices, investments and other low-carbon solutions. While focused on the GTHA, TAF works with stakeholders across Canada to identify, implement, and replicate policies and programs with the potential to dramatically reduce energy use and emissions.

Working at TAF

TAF is seeking a highly organized, policy-savvy individual to coordinate TAF’s policy research and advocacy activities.

Talk to our staff and they will tell you that working at TAF comes with amazing advantages. We’re on the leading-edge of urban climate change solutions and our work makes a tangible difference. We build meaningful relationships with all kinds of stakeholders – from world-class thought leaders to the people who implement change on the ground. Our strong, dedicated team fosters healthy collaboration and learning. And as part of a small organization, we each see the value and impact of our work.

Position Responsibilities

This is a full-time, one-year contract position with the possibility for extension. The salary is $44,000. This position reports to the Director of Policy and Programs and the Grants Manager and Policy Advisor.

You will be responsible for the following key activities:

Low-carbon policy research and analysis. Research and assess key low carbon policy opportunities at the municipal, provincial and federal levels.

Lead preparation of policy submissions, background papers, and other communications products around select policy issues.
Sustainable finance policy and analysis. Research, assess, critique and help formulate key policies and programs at the municipal, provincial and federal levels, to accelerate investment in climate change mitigation, including opportunities for leveraging public dollars with private capital.

Support TAF’s thought leadership in the area of innovative climate financing solutions.
Communicating the multiple benefits of low carbon policies. Working with TAF staff and external service providers, coordinate the assessment and communication of potential benefits of key policy options, including carbon emission reductions, economic benefits, and other societal benefits.
Stakeholder engagement. Liaise with key stakeholders Canada-wide, coordinate and support outreach events such as webinars, workshops and conference presentations, and build consensus on key policy issues.
Project management. Coordinate policy research and engagement projects undertaken by TAF and its partners including contract and budget management, procurement, scheduling, meeting minutes, development of project timelines and milestones, reporting and donor stewardship reports.

Do you have this background?

Completed an undergraduate degree in public policy, political science, environmental studies, planning , or a related field (graduate degree is an asset)
Research and analysis experience in environmental and/or energy policy
Experience or knowledge in the area of finance is an asset
Experience in project management and/or stakeholder engagement
Excellent communicator with demonstrated ability to translate complex policy and finance concepts into clear and compelling messages, both written and verbal

We Welcome Your Application

To apply please send your cover letter, CV, and a sample of your writing to Jaime Klein at by 5:00PM on Tuesday August 29th, 2017. The writing sample can take any form. Please note that only those selected for an interview will be contacted. We thank everyone who applies.

Committed to employment equity, The Atmospheric Fund encourages applications from Indigenous people, persons with disabilities, and other equity- seeking groups.

About TAF

Our Mission

TAF invests in urban solutions to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and air pollution. We achieve our mission by:

Listening to local communities and offering support through our community grants program;
Collaborating with a broad range of stakeholders to realize common goals, understanding that clean air and greenhouse gas reduction benefits our health, our economy and the sustainability of our region; and Financing entrepreneurs whose product or service can significantly reduce emissions in the GTHA, and developers and property owners who are making their buildings more energy efficient.

Our Vision

Our ultimate goal – reducing the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area’s carbon emissions by 80 per cent by 2050 – informs all our actions. This target isn’t simply another milestone. It’s our vision for a climate-smart region that functions within its environmental means and is a leader on the global municipal stage.

Achieving the ambitious 2050 target of lowering emissions by 80% will benefit everyone. We can realize a livable, prosperous city that embraces the green economy; a city where people spend less time commuting, less money on energy costs, and breathe cleaner air.

Our Track Record

Since 1991, TAF has worked with hundreds of community collaborators, and invested more than $60 million, helping the City of Toronto save more than $55 million on its energy bills while reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 25% below 1990 levels – exceeding the 2012 Kyoto target. Some of TAF’s multi-year projects include TowerWise Retrofit Project, Pumping Energy Savings, Building Value, LightSavers, Solar neighbourhoods, and Transform TO.

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President | GTA, ON

Organization: Energy Services Association of Canada

Type: Annual Contract (1.5-2.5 days/week)
Timing: Starts Jan 1, 2018. Current President available to assist with transition.
Reporting: Reports to Chair of six-person board. 9×1 hour monthly teleconferences and 3 in-person board meetings/year
Staff: No full-time staff. VP in Quebec and Administration/Bookkeeping on contract.
Location: Home office, ideally in GTA.
Represent the Energy Service Performance Contract (“ESPC”) industry in Canada with a focus on advocating government policies and programs that encourage the use of ESPCs. This includes:
• Development and understanding of key drivers for new business in each sector and region, based on thorough market knowledge;
• Identification of key decision makers/potential champions within each sector and region;
• Research interests and modify, if necessary, ESAC’s value proposition and confirm specific “asks” in order to respond to particular interests of key decision makers/champions;
• Arrange, meet and follow up with key decision makers/champions to secure required commitments.
Secondarily, to increase the profile of using ESPCs as a solution to key sectors; this includes speaking and/or exhibiting at identified key industry conferences.
Desired Outcome:
To see more tenders requiring an ESPC project. Currently the Federal Government has 10/year and 10 from others in both their own buildings as well as the broader public sector (municipalities, universities/colleges, schools and hospitals, also referred to as “MUSH” sector.
Required Skills:
Proven experience in working with senior levels of government to secure desired results. Equally important is success in business development with a track record of being able to secure contracts. Knowledge of the energy or ESPC industry an asset. French a benefit, but not required.
Background on ESAC and the ESPC Industry:
ESAC web site:
ESAC White Paper:
ESAC Magazine:

Send covering letter and resume to Peter Love by September 8, 2017

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Director, Adaptation + Energy Efficiency | Edmonton, AB

Organization: Alberta Climate Change Office


Open competition Closing Date
August 28, 2017


Senior Manager 2

Ministry Alberta Climate Change Office

About Us

The Alberta Climate Change Office will provide leadership for the government’s efforts to address climate change. The Office will lead a “whole of government” approach to implementing the province’s Climate Leadership Plan with support from departments and agencies across government, and through working with and listening to stakeholders, communities and the public.

For more information about Alberta’s Climate Leadership Plan, please visit our website at


Reporting to the Executive Director of Policy, The Director of Adaptation and Energy Efficiency will lead the implementation of Alberta’s climate change adaptation and energy efficiency policies ensuring a government-wide view is considered with effective implementation, evaluation and ongoing review of Alberta’s approaches. Leading teams across government, as well as working with municipal, provincial/territorial, federal and international agencies, the position develops and advances initiatives that forward Alberta’s Climate Leadership Plan goals. The director must work within the context of multiple interests and distributed influence. The Director’s role is one of leadership and must direct and guide the efforts of the Adaptation and Energy Efficiency Sections in developing policy recommendations and approaches that contribute to achieving Alberta’s environmental, social and economic goals under the Climate Leadership Plan.

Please see the position profile below for a detailed list of responsibilities.


A degree in Science, Environmental Science, Political Science, Social Science, Business Administration or related field with a minimum of 8 year’s experience in policy, strategy and programs are required. Equivalencies will be considered. Demonstrated management experience in environmental management, climate change policy, strategy and/or program formulation is preferred.


Competencies are behaviours that are essential to reach our goals in serving Albertans. We encourage you to have an in depth understanding of the competencies that are required for this opportunity and to be prepared to demonstrate them during the recruitment process. The links below will assist you with understanding competencies:

Building Collaborative Environment: Advanced communication and relationship skills are required to develop partnerships and linkages with internal and external stakeholders to maintain awareness of government initiatives and to provide ministry input.

Systems Thinking: The ability to respond quickly with on-point messaging on critical matters, using your strong understanding of government and political systems, and asses any potential implications to the Climate Change Office.

Creative Problem Solving: Considerable analytical skills are required to synthesize a diversity of information, to anticipate the impact of department actions/initiatives, to recommend proactive approaches and develop appropriate strategies to address issues.

Develop and Coach Others: To develop the long-term capability of others; the ability to analyze the work of others while generating ways of supporting, mentoring, coaching and managing them, therefore enabling others to identify and explore issues and improve their own performance.


$4,037.95 to $5,127.61 bi-weekly ($105,390 to $133,830 annually)


This is a temporary 18 month employment opportunity. This position may be used to fill future vacancies across the Government of Alberta, at equal or lower classification and salary.

What we offer:
– Comprehensive benefits plan:
– Pension plan:
– Health Spending Account:
– Leadership and mentorship programs

– Professional learning and development
– Positive workplace culture and work-life balance

How to Apply

Online applications are preferred. Applicants are advised to provide information that clearly and concisely demonstrates how their qualifications meet the advertised requirements, including education, experience and relevant examples of required competencies.
Note: As only one file can be uploaded, please ensure your cover letter, resume and any other related documents are submitted in one file. Please ensure that this document is saved using the naming convention of your last then first name followed by the seven digit Job Opening ID number

(Smith,Joe_XXXXXXX). Applicants who apply online will be able to track the status of this competition.

It is recommended that applicants who have obtained educational credentials from outside of Canada and have not had them previously assessed, obtain an evaluation of their credentials from the International Qualifications Assessment Service (IQAS) – It is recommended that applicants include the assessment certificate from IQAS or any other educational assessment service as part of their application.

Position Profile

Please see the attached position description for a detailed list of the job responsibilities:

Closing Statement

We thank all applicants for their interest. All applications will be reviewed to determine which candidates’ qualifications most closely match the advertised requirements. Only individuals selected for interviews will be contacted.

If you require any further information on this job posting, please contact Human Resources at 780-644-4614. If this competition is closed as per the closing date noted above, please continue to check for a listing of current career opportunities with the Government of Alberta.

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Energy Specialist | Burnaby, BC

Organization: Simon Fraser University

$63,531 – $75,864 a year
Reporting to the Energy Manager, the Energy Specialist participates in the development and implementation of the strategic plan to meet the University’s energy management initiatives. Conducts research, cost benefit analysis and reports on energy efficiency practices to prepare business cases for energy efficiency projects. The incumbent is responsible for initiating and managing energy conservation projects. Liaises with consultants, contractors and facilities maintenance staff to support the implementation of energy conservation measures. The Energy Specialist provides guidance and support to the Energy Manager for the operation of the University’s building automation system (BAS) to optimize energy usage while maintaining satisfactory environmental conditions. Develops and delivers training programs, workshops and information sessions in energy efficiency. The Energy Specialist participates as a member of the Energy Committee by attending various meetings, consulting with stakeholders on energy management initiatives, providing advice and updates, and providing leadership for consistent energy conservation practices.


 Undergraduate degree in Engineering supplemented by an energy efficiency training program certificate (i.e., Sustainable Energy Management Associate Certificate, Certified Energy Management (CEM) certificate, Building Energy and Resource Management program certificate etc.), with two years of experience in energy efficiency projects, or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience.

 Excellent knowledge of energy efficiency and energy management principles.

 Good knowledge of Canadian and Provincial Building Code.

 Good knowledge of electrical, mechanical, and building systems.

 Good knowledge of dynamic controls DDC including TCP/IP troubleshooting operating systems, set-up and hardware configuration.

 Excellent interpersonal, organizational, problem-solving and decision-making skills.

 Excellent research and analytical skills.

 Excellent project management skills.

 Excellent oral, written and presentation skills.

 Ability to develop and deliver training programs and presentation.

 Ability to work collaboratively with others and to facilitate consensus decision-making.

 Ability to exercise mature judgment, initiative, diplomacy and tact.

 Ability to write reports with accuracy and attention to detail.

 Proficient in the use of word processing, spreadsheet, presentation, and database applications.

SALARY RANGE: $63,531 to $75,864 per annum


A detailed resume and cover letter quoting Competition #501 must be received in our office by 4:30 pm on August 30, 2017, addressed to the attention of Francesca Turrell, Human Resources Advisor. Please follow the application instructions at: We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those selected for interviews will be contacted.

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Sustainable Energy Specialist | Saanich, BC

Organization: District of Saanch, Sustainability Section

Temporary Full Time Position
(Approximately 12 months)

The Sustainability Section in the Planning Department is seeking a Sustainable Energy Specialist who will be responsible for the formulation, implementation and on-going management of key corporate and community-wide energy policies, projects and programs that promote and work towards long-term sustainability and achievement of the District of Saanich greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions reduction targets. This position is funded through the FortisBC Climate Action Partners Program. The successful candidate will provide research, analysis, technical expertise, advice and guidance to Council and senior staff, Municipal departments, community groups and the public on energy efficiency, renewable energy and greenhouse gas reduction

(GHG) strategies including emerging technologies. In addition, the Sustainable Energy Specialist will coordinate contractors/consultants, related budgets and successfully implement energy efficiency and renewable energy programs.

Qualified candidates will have a Bachelor degree in sustainability, planning, resource management or a related field; Energy Management Credentials preferred, including one of the following: Certified Energy Manager under the Canadian Institute of Energy Training, BCIT SEMAC (Sustainable Energy Management Associate Certificate) or UBC Masters in Clean Energy – Completion of the Energy Efficiency Module; six years of relevant experience in planning and implementing energy management, renewable energy and/or sustainability projects and initiatives; working knowledge of green building certifications; previous experience in project management, supervision of contractors/consultants, preparing and managing project budgets, public engagement, policy development and securing grant funding and a valid Class 5 Driver’s Licence.

This is a C.U.P.E Local 2011 position with a wage of $40.42 per hour plus 13% in lieu of benefits. Job description and competition information can be found at This is an open until filled posting. Please apply quoting competition 171.17 to: Human Resources, District of Saanich, 770 Vernon Avenue, Victoria, BC, V8X 2W7 (Fax 250-475-5550) or Email We thank all applicants for applying. Only those under consideration will be contacted.
Location: Saanich, BC
Profession(s): Sustainability
Energy Management
Date Posted: Thursday, August 3, 2017 at 1:04:00 PM (PST)
Posting Expires: Sunday, December 31, 2017 at 11:45:00 PM (PST)


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Climate + Energy Analyst | Toronto, ON

Organization: ICF

Job Number: 1700002843

Climate and Energy Analyst / Toronto

Business & Infrastructure Solutions Group
Commercial Energy Division
Program Implementation – Canada

Job Description:

To support our growth, we are seeking a qualified Consultant in our Canadian Climate and Energy practice. The candidate will contribute to clients’ success by working on a range of projects which will include climate and energy policy analysis and advisory services; greenhouse gas quantification/verification; Demand-Side Management (DSM) for gas utilities; and Conservation and Demand Management (CDM) for electrical utilities through delivery of timely and high quality products and services, typically working on a several projects at any one time.

Key Responsibilities:

Reporting to a Senior Manager, the successful candidate will provide policy analysis, technical/engineering analysis and research support on complex studies and analyses.

This will involve:

Solving quantitative and qualitative problems by conducting research, data acquisition and analysis;
Jurisdictional scans of programs, policies and regulatory frameworks;
Drafting proposals, reports and presentations, developing recommendations, interacting and corresponding with clients;
Building models and other analytical tools to support client decision making and provide evidence for recommendations to clients;
Working collaboratively with the Canadian team to complete tasks in a fast-paced and self-motivated environment in a timely and efficient manner

Basic Qualifications:

Bachelor’s degree in engineering or science
Experience conducting primary research and data acquisition, such as market surveys, facility energy analyses, database searches or utility billing review and secondary research such as interviews, literature review, or internet searches
Proficiency in MS Office Applications (Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, Excel)
Organized, detail oriented, and the ability to prioritize and multi-task

Preferred Skills/Experience:

Master’s degree in engineering or science
Understanding of energy & climate policy and regulatory framework in Canada, in general, and in Ontario, in particular
Experience with Microsoft Access, Matlab and/or Visual Basic
Prior work experience in energy efficiency and/or climate change consulting

Professional Skills:

Excellent verbal, interpersonal and written communication skills in English
Strong analytical, problem-solving and decision making capabilities
Team player with desire to work in consulting, in a fast-paced environment
Sound business ethics, including the protection of proprietary and confidential information
Excellent problem solving skills with ability to analyze situations, identify existing or potential problems and recommend solutions
Ability to work with all levels of internal staff, as well as outside clients

About ICF

ICF (NASDAQ: ICFI) is a global consulting and technology services provider with more than 5,000 professionals focused on making big things possible for our clients. We are business analysts, public policy experts, technologists, researchers, digital strategists, social scientists and creatives.

Since 1969, government and commercial clients have worked with ICF to overcome their toughest challenges on issues that matter profoundly to their success. Come engage with us at .

ICF offers an excellent benefits package, an award-winning talent development program, and fosters a highly skilled, energized and empowered workforce.

ICF is an equal opportunity employer that values diversity at all levels. (EOE – Minorities/Females/Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities/Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity

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Program Manager, Energy Transition Unit | Edmonton, AB

Organization: City of Edmonton

$110,091 – $137,618 a year
Job Number : 30225
The primary purpose of the Program Manager, Energy Transition Unit is to lead the implementation and ongoing maintenance of Edmonton’s Community Energy Transition Strategy with a goal to make Edmonton a low carbon, energy sustainable city. Working in an integrated business model, the Program Manager is accountable for creating conditions of success for energy transition in Edmonton, including: identifying strategic risks and opportunities, recommending priorities and projects, developing multi-year action plans and budgets, overseeing all aspects of the Unit’s work and being accountable for Unit deliverables.

The outcomes of the Unit include: reduced greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from corporate operations; increasing energy efficiency and renewable energy in corporate operations; reduce community GHG emissions; increased energy efficiency and renewable energy in the community; high levels of community support and participation; a sustainable and resilient community energy system; Edmonton’s international recognition as an energy sustainable city.

The Program Manager will also be responsible to:
Establish and lead processes to actively engage City Council, internal and external stakeholders, citizens and the entire community to take action that support achievement of the Strategy
Monitor the ongoing status and performance of all projects; provide overall quality assurance/control
Ensure the prudent and effective use of financial and human resources in the planning and delivery of the work; including conducting monthly budget variance analysis, and taking corrective actions when required to deliver programs/services on budget (including escalating issues to the Director as required)
Monitor the Strategy’s implementation status and report progress to City Council, key stakeholders and citizens
Establish and lead processes to continually explore and evaluate energy transition risks and opportunities for Edmonton and update the Strategy accordingly
Lead, establish and exemplify the desired culture throughout the unit, that supports the department vision and mission as well as the Corporate

Leadership Principles
Contribute to the design, implementation and continuous improvement of section-level processes and practices to deliver the business of the section
Act as a conduit between the branch leadership team and front-line staff – delivering direction from the branch leadership team and gathering feedback from staff to share with the branch leadership team from continuous improvement
Ensure that internal and external partners and stakeholders are identified and appropriately engage in projects undertaken by the unit. This will require an understanding and interaction with Councillors, representative from across the Corporate including senior leadership, other government agencies, and municipalities, industry representatives, educational institutions, community groups and general public

Qualifications :
University Degree in one of the following areas: science, engineering, urban planning, business, economics, or social marketing
Professional association designation (ex. APEGA, Alberta Institute of Agrologist) is considered an asset
A minimum of seven (7) years progressively responsible experience in a leadership role within a large, complex unionized organization
Specialized knowledge and experience in: climate change mitigation actions, energy systems, green building construction, operation and maintenance, renewable/alternative energy technologies, sustainable land-use and transportation strategies, district energy options, community/stakeholder engagement methodologies, application of social marketing principles and practices, strategies for financing sustainable investments, climate change science,, actions to improve community energy resilience, triple-bottom-line methodologies, sustainable return on investment methodologies, greenhouse gas measurement, reporting and forecasting techniques, benchmark sustainability policies and strategies, and low carbon energy opportunities
Additional training in financial management; public administration; government relations; project management; and/or change management would be an asset
Demonstrated leadership and team building skills
Ability to analyze complex technical information and make timely decisions
Demonstrate skills in facilitation of groups with competing interests and priorities
Strong conflict resolution and negotiation skills with experience solving complex and sensitive issues
Excellent verbal communication and interpersonal skills, with an ability to interact with well with a diverse group of executives, colleagues, staff and citizens
Ability to build strategic internal and external networks, alliances and partnerships and willingness to develop strong relationships and work in a collaborative, integrated manner
Human resources including recruitment, coaching, performance development and management, and conflict resolution
Knowledge of land use and/or infrastructure planning with a municipal context.
Political awareness and business acumen We are an equal opportunity employer. We welcome diversity and encourage applications from all qualified individuals.
Hours of Work: 36.9 hours per week, Monday – Friday Salary: $110,091 – $137,618 (Annually) Recruitment Consultant: JM/MZ Classification Title :

Program Manager Posting Date : Aug 3, 2017 Closing Date : Aug 23, 2017 11:59:00 PM (MDT) Number of Openings (up to) : 1 – Permanent Full-time Union :

Management Department : City Environmental Strategies (Regional and Economic Development) Work Location(s) : 9th Floor Edmonton Tower, 10111 104

Avenue Edmonton T5J 0J4


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Junior Energy Efficiency Consultant | Ottawa, ON

Organization: ICF

Job Number:


The Firm

As a leading energy and environmental management consulting firm, ICF develops solutions to the energy and environmental challenges confronting private and public sector organizations, in Canada and internationally. ICF offers multi-disciplinary consulting services that are innovative and responsive to client needs, and are provided with an uncompromising commitment to quality.

ICF’s Energy Efficiency line of business offers diverse services, including engineering assessments, energy modeling, and economic assessments to all energy-using sectors, at both the facility and market levels. More specifically, we provide the following principle service offerings:

Management consulting focused on energy policy and energy efficiency program design and development

Market and technology assessments to estimate energy saving potential and to understand market trends and influences

Energy management program delivery to support government and utility demand side management (DSM) program needs

Technical Solutions to support public and private sector clients in the commercial, institutional and industrial sectors to identify energy management opportunities

Power system advisory services aimed at helping our power sector clients plan for future distribution and transmission system needs

We have a wide array of clients, including natural gas and electric utilities, owners and operators of commercial and institutional facilities, industry and industry associations, federal, provincial and municipal government departments, international development agencies, and non-governmental organizations.

ICF offers a progressive consulting environment that is sensitive to staff health and work-life balance, emphasizes environmentally conscious operations and includes community involvement and philanthropy.

The Position:
ICF’s Energy Efficiency practice is growing and has an immediate opening for full time consultants in our Ottawa office. The successful candidates will be highly motivated and capable individuals who desire to work as integral members of our energy efficiency team. They will also combine strong organizational skills and analytical capabilities with good communication and interpersonal skills.

Areas of responsibility may include but not be limited to the following tasks:

Conduct primary and secondary research related to energy efficiency (literature, internet, and telephone)

Assess the technical and economic viability of energy efficiency options and renewable energy technologies

Assist in the design and implementation of demand side management programs

Prepare and/or review applications to energy efficiency programs

Assist with energy audits of commercial and institutional facilities

Carry out spreadsheet modeling and analysis and develop and manage databases

Prepare inputs to reports and/or sections of reports

Assist in the preparation of proposals and other related business development activities

Assist project managers and senior consultants, as required


Bachelor’s degree in engineering or science

Detail-oriented, with strong research, conceptual, and analytical skills

Quick learners and self-starters, able to work independently but also able take direction

Team players with the ability to work in a fast-paced environment

Flexible and adaptable

Strong communication skills (written and oral)

Proficiency in MS Office Applications (Word, PowerPoint, Excel), with an emphasis on strong spreadsheet skills

Fluent in English (speak, read, write); French an asset

Preferred Skills/Experience:
Prior work experience in energy efficiency

2+ years of overall work experience

Consulting experience

Graduate degree in engineering or science

Experience with carrying out energy audits of commercial and institutional facilities

Terms of Appointment:
Permanent, full-time positions. Salary is competitive and commensurate with experience. ICF is an equal opportunity employer


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Building Code Advisor – Mechanical Specialist | Toronto, ON

Organization: Ministry of Municipal Affairs

$82,569 – $117,373 a year – Permanent
Bring your strong technical expertise and professional experience to the Building and Development Branch of the Ministry of Municipal Affairs, where you will apply your sound knowledge of engineering principles by providing technical advice on Ontario’s Building Code, supporting the administration of the Code, and undertaking technical analysis and research on Code issues.

What can I expect to do in this role? As the Building Code Advisor, Mechanical Specialist, you will:

• provide specialist engineering expertise and advice to support the development, review and revision of the Building Code Act, the Building Code and related regulations, standards and guidelines with a particular emphasis on provisions related to building mechanical systems and energy/water conservation;
• promote compliance and build capacity for the effective administration and enforcement of the Building Code by municipalities;
• provide engineering expertise and advice to the ministry, municipal enforcement officials and building sector associations on the Building Code and standards;
• support ministry statutory functions, including maintaining/updating the Building Code examination questions data base, and providing specialist engineering expertise to support the Building Code Commission and Building Materials Evaluation Commission, and for the development of the Minister’s rulings.

How do I qualify? Mandatory • You must be licensed by Professional Engineers Ontario (PEO) to practise professional engineering in Ontario.

Technical knowledge: • You have comprehensive technical expertise and knowledge of the theory, principles and practices of engineering as they apply to building design, construction, renovation and maintenance, and with respect to new and emerging technologies.
• You have comprehensive knowledge of the theories and principles of engineering as they relate to the following: heating, ventilation and air conditioning (Building Code Part 6); plumbing (Part 7); on-site sewage (Part 8); and energy efficiency (Part 12).

Legislative knowledge: • You have knowledge of legislation/policy development/analysis principles, methods, tools and strategies.
• You have knowledge of government/ministry corporate policy direction, the Building Code Act, the Building Code and related building legislation/codes/regulations/standards.
• You have knowledge of building legislation, regulations, policies and regulatory programs in other national and international jurisdictions.

Communication and consultative skills: • You have political acuity and consultation skills to conduct/participate in engagement processes across the ministry/government and with external stakeholders and other jurisdictions.
• You can participate on committees and working groups involving other provincial ministries, other levels of government, standards setting bodies and building sector stakeholders.
• You have communication and presentation skills to provide engineering expertise and advice, prepare engineering reports, and contribute to policy/strategy recommendations.

Project management skills: • You have the ability to plan and conduct assigned projects related to Building Code technical research, the development of Building legislative/program/policy recommendations and the development of Building Code implementation tools and technical supports.

Research, investigative and analytical skills: • You have the proven ability to conduct technical engineering research that would support operational and technical policy review, development and issues management.

Additional Information: Address:

1 Permanent, 777 Bay St, Toronto, Toronto Region

Compensation Group:
Professional Engineers, Government of Ontario

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Posted on:
Monday, July 31, 2017




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Sustainability + Energy Consultant | Ottawa, ON

Organization: WSP

Primary Location: Ottawa (Queensview Drive)
Secondary Location:
eQuest Job Type: Regular With Benefits
Reference #: 5618
# of Openings: 1


WSP is one of the world’s leading professional engineering services firms. Every day our more than 34,000 experts work to restore the natural environment and transform the built environment.

In Canada, our 8000+ people are involved in everything from environmental remediation to urban planning, from engineering iconic buildings to designing sustainable transport networks, from finding new ways to extract essential resources to developing renewable power sources for the future.

The excellence we bring to our work and to our workplace has been recognized far and wide. We’re a Forbes Top Employer in Canada, one of the Top 100 Sustainable Companies in the World (and among the Top 10 in Canada), and we earned Platinum Elite Recognition through our participation in more than half of Canada’s Top 100 Infrastructure Projects.

At WSP, we’re proud, professional and passionate people. Join us.



WSP is currently seeking a Sustainability and Energy Consultant to join our Sustainability and Energy Team, located at our Ottawa office. Reporting to the department manager this position will be responsible for executing work on new or existing building sustainability and energy efficiency projects that will range in type, size and complexity, to achieve project objectives, timelines and financial expectations. The ideal candidate will have sound knowledge and proven experience with green building certifications (LEED, Green Globes, BOMA BEST, WELL) and high performance building design (low energy/Net Zero and low/carbon neutral). This is a customer facing role that requires collaboration with both internal and external resources to deliver project expectations, in addition to developing and maintaining client relationships. This position will work with owner, engineers, architects, contractors and technical support staff.


Delivery of best in class sustainability and high performance building services;
Manage multiple projects to deliver a quality service on time, and on budget;
Interact with client staff, client principals, architects, engineers, contractors, industry representatives and construction trades;
Facilitate green building certifications (LEED, Green Globes, BOMA BEST, WELL);
Facilitate, participate and promote an integrated design process;
Manage the delivery of sustainability and analysis services required for the project (energy modelling, daylighting analysis, thermal comfort, envelope performance, etc.);
Provide technical support and guidance on sustainability and energy related concepts, strategies and design, such as site related issues, stormwater management, rainwater/greywater harvesting, water use reduction, envelope thermal performance, high efficiency building system, renewable systems, waste management, material selection, thermal comfort, ventilation and indoor air quality, daylighting, health and wellness, etc.;
Collaborate with and lead design teams to integrate and achieve high performance buildings objectives (Net Zero, Carbon Neutral);
Provide guidance and support to clients and project teams on available energy efficiency incentive programs (HPNC, Savings by Design, etc.) and compliance with building code energy efficiency requirements;
Identify and develop sustainability and energy conservation measures including calculations to demonstrate benefits (Life cycle costing, energy and energy cost savings, incentives, emissions, ROI, etc.);
Develop clear and concise written reports that convey technical information, understanding of the client’s needs and objectives and recommendations to meet these objectives;
Contribute to proposals and various client management activities;
Provide technical leadership to both internal and external teams;
Contribute to the knowledge and professional development of employees in the group, providing mentorship as required;
Lead knowledge and process development initiatives in their area of expertise;
Other duties as assigned.


Diploma or Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university or college in Architecture, Mechanical, Electrical or Building Systems Engineering, or Building Sustainability;
LEED AP with specialty in good standing (BD+C preferred, in addition O+M or ID+C an asset);
WELL AP and Passive House an asset;
Professional designation (CET, P.T., MAATO, P.Eng). is desired;
Proven experience (8+ years) providing technical leadership and service delivery in sustainability consulting, green building certification (LEED, Green Globes, BOMA BEST, WELL), and high performance building design;
LEED v4 experience an asset;
Knowledge, experience, and understanding of building and building systems performance, operations, design and optimization of energy efficiency and carbon emissions;
Previous design, construction or project management experience on new construction or major renovation projects with important sustainability and energy efficiency objects an asset;
Proven experience working with and managing the interaction between design teams and energy modelling teams;
Experience in energy modelling an asset;
Knowledge, experience, and understanding of renewable technologies, energy efficiency, building envelope thermal performance, mechanical and electrical building systems, energy modelling, daylighting, measurement and verification, thermal comfort, indoor air quality and life cycle cost analysis;
Knowledge, experience, and understanding of building codes, code requirements for energy efficiency and thermal comfort, and other related standards (ASHRAE 90.1, 55 & 62, NECB, etc.);
Detailed familiarity with financial incentive programs (HPNC, Savings by Design, save ON energy);
Experience working on Design Build or P3 projects;
Thorough understanding of construction drawings and specifications;
Ability to compile financial and statistical analyses;
Proficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint;
Advanced Excel skills (complex formulas, custom scripting, VBA) a plus;
AutoCAD, Sketchup and Revit skills an asset;
Demonstrated ability to lead/work successfully with small teams and to maintain client relationships;
Demonstrated experience in managing projects, clients, service delivery, timelines and budgets;
Experience in sustainability and green building certification (LEED, Green Globes, BOMA BEST, WELL) services pricing and proposal writing, including applicable incentive programs;
Experience communicating effectively with high profile customers, owners, property managers, design teams, and construction teams;
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, both verbal and written;
Fluency, both oral and written, in English and French an asset;
Exceptional problem solving, time management and decision-making skills;
Self-directed and self-motivated with the ability to succeed in a fast-paced entrepreneurial environment;
Desire to learn continuously, work more effectively, and enhance technical and professional skills;
Ability and desire to mentor and teach other team members;
Punctual, reliable, detailed oriented, task oriented, and organized;


Offers of employment for safety-sensitive positions involving fieldwork are contingent upon candidates being able to perform key physical tasks of the job as described in the job posting and interview. This may include the ability to work in a variety of environmental conditions, such as remote or isolated areas, working alone, and in inclement weather (within safe and reasonable limits).

We offer competitive salary and benefits, a collaborative and challenging work environment and opportunity for advancement.

To learn more about this position, our firm and the projects we have been involved in, or to apply to this position, please visit our website:

Please include a resume with a list of relevant projects, as well as work samples that include both design and technical materials. In an effort to reduce our environmental footprint, we strongly encourage applicants to submit their resume online.

WSP welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process. WSP is committed to the principles of employment equity. Only the candidates selected will be contacted.


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Sustainable Energy Consultant | Toronto, ON

Organization: ICF

(Job Number: 1700002700)

Sustainable Energy Consultant

To support our growth, we have an immediate opening in our Toronto office for a Sustainable Energy Consultant in our Canadian Energy Efficiency and Climate Change practice. The candidate will contribute to our clients’ success by taking a leading role on a range of projects ranging from Conservation and Demand Management (CDM) for electrical utilities, distributed energy resources (e.g. PV, storage, cogeneration) for electric utilities, to Demand-Side Management (DSM) for gas utilities, and policy advisory for municipal, provincial and federal governments.

Key Responsibilities:

Reporting to a Senior Manager, the successful candidate will provide policy analysis, technical/engineering analysis, policy/program design and research support on complex studies, and analysis.

This will involve:

Technical/engineering analysis and calculations (Quantitative analysis)
Technology scans
Jurisdictional scans of programs, policies and regulatory frameworks
Market research
Meeting coordination and interviewing
Writing/PowerPoint presentation preparation
Proposal writing
Technical report writing
Support with pricing and budgeting
Cost-benefit analysis and cost-effectiveness testing
Support to project manager(s)
Meeting agendas and minutes
Cost tracking
DSM program design and delivery
Power system modeling


Bachelor’s Degree
1+ years of experience in energy efficiency
Experience in research and analysis
Quantitative skills
Economic analysis skills

Desired Skills & Experience:

Understanding of energy policy and regulatory framework in Canada, in general, and in Ontario, in particular
Understanding of fundamentals of building lighting and building heating ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC)
Understanding of energy efficiency demand side management and distributed generation programs

Professional Skills:

Strategic analysis, sensitivity to policy, regulatory affairs, marketing, and communications
Creativity, intuition, ability to make decisions and work with little supervision
Proficiency with numbers in Excel, in particular energy analysis and modeling as well as cost-effectiveness testing/cost-benefit analysis
Ownership of the work and teamwork
Desire to work in consulting, in a fast-paced environment

ICF offers an excellent benefits package, an award-winning talent development program, and fosters a highly skilled, energized and empowered workforce.
For a listing of other career opportunities at ICF, please visit our Career Center at

Primary Location : Canada-ON-Toronto

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Intermediate Designer (Energy Modeller) | Toronto, ON

Organization: SNC-Lavalin

SNC-Lavalin is seeking an Intermediate Designer (Energy Modeller) for our Infrastrucure Engineering, building services division.


Work with designers to provide information required for building models
Prepare models and provide feedback to team, on options to increase energy efficiency of building
Independent site take offs
Design of HVAC, Plumbing and Drainage and fire protection for commercial buildings.
Prepare specifications
Attend meetings with client and coordinate meeting with other consultants
Independent review of shop drawings
Review quotations from contractors
Provide design directions to designers and CAD operators in REVIT & AUTOCAD

Prepare reports on modeling results and coordinate any design revisions with the design team
For new designs – provide design recommendations for client, and review client requirements.
Participate in presentations to new clients for promotional purposes
Prepare letters to deal with difficult technical and/or contractual issues.

Supervise team of designers and CAD staff
Supervise junior staff working on building modeling

Minimum 5 years design experience in mechanical building services
Minimum 1 years of experience related to energy modeling
Engineering Graduate from University or College

Excellent knowledge of the following codes/standards:
MNECB 1997
NECB 2011
Experience with energy related incentives such as HPNC
LEED accreditation considered an asset
Experience in designing building services in a variety of building types
Design experience in HVAC, Plumbing and Drainage and fire protection for buildings.
Must be proficient with eQuest and EE4 modeling programs
Excellent understanding of eQUEST and EE4
Excellent AUTOCAD design skill required. REVIT experience is an asset
Excellent communication and inter-personal skills
Excellent knowledge of building system design
Excellent knowledge of building system equipment and applications

Additional Information:
Appropriate accommodations will be provided upon request throughout the recruitment and hiring process as required by Company policy and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA).

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Energy Modeler | Dartmouth, NS

Organization: Stantec

Our Stantec Sustainable Building Services Team specializes in the sustainable design and development processes unique to buildings. Working closely with our clients, our dedicated professionals help to establish and understand the specific needs of a range of building projects.

Within the Atlantic Canada Practice Area, the Stantec Sustainable Building Services Team Team provides consulting services at all scales of the built environment and at every stage of the building life cycle based upon the principles and goals of sustainability and stewardship. The HPB service areas reflect the interconnected systems-based nature of sustainability and include LEED Consulting, Building Performance Simulation, and Commissioning. We are involved in a diverse range of projects from the initial planning stages to design, construction, commissioning and ongoing building optimization. Our open structure, collaborate culture, and sustainable design ethos cultivates career growth and provides opportunities as unique as you are.

The Dartmouth Office is looking for a self-motivated Energy Modeler to provide support, technical expertise, direction and leadership in the execution of sustainability projects. You would bring good communication skills, technical strengths, project experience, ability to provide excellent client service and a commitment to sustainable design.

Your Duties:
Responsibilities include (but are not limited to): Support projects through services including energy modelling, LEED documentation, researching sustainable building design strategies, and writing reports Provide building performance modelling that analyzes energy and thermal performance of new and existing commercial, institutional, and residential buildings Work with clients and design teams in an integrated design approach to identify appropriate design strategies geared towards improving energy performance, indoor air quality, and thermal comfort; provide ongoing analysis through design and construction Complete Energy Audits – identification of potential energy efficiency measures, utility demand, and consumption analysis Prepare LEED documentation associated with energy modeling; assist with coordination of other LEED documentation as necessary Energy Related Mechanical Engineering – design, analysis and reporting in support of efficient and sustainable energy related projects.

Your Capabilities and Credentials:
Essentials: Graduation as a Mechanical Engineer from an accredited university, or as a Mechanical Engineering or Architectural Technician or Technologist with a minimum of 4 years of buildings energy modeling experience. Experience in a consulting or building construction environment with a specialization in building mechanical systems, building envelopes, and/or building energy efficiency. Minimum 2 years’ experience using IES Virtual Environment preferred , or other modeling software tools such as eQuest, TRNSYS, EnergyPlus Excellent verbal and written communication skills, as well as report writing skills

Assets: LEED Accredited Professional status with the Canadian Green Building Council (or significant progress towards this accreditation). An understanding of energy retrofit methods and government energy efficiency incentive programs. Experience in alternative energy including any of the following technologies: solar thermal, solar PV, wind, geo-exchange, cogeneration, district energy, biomass, and ocean energy. Certified Energy Manager (CEM). Certified Measurement & Verification Professional (CMVP). Knowledge of relevant standards including ASHRAE 90.1, NECB, etc.

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Energy Manager | Toronto, ON

Organization: Triovest Realty Advisors


Triovest will be recognized as the entrepreneurial leader in institutional real estate driving superior returns by combining local intelligence with deep expertise.


We create sustainable places that enhance communities and enrich relationships.



The Energy Manager role is a newly created full-time role in the Greater Toronto Area. This role will have a principal focus on electricity conservation in Ontario and may also support conservation in other energy-use types (e.g. natural gas, steam, chilled water) and other geographies.


As an Energy Manager, you will be responsible for:

  • Facility Benchmarking – Evaluate historical demand and energy consumption for each managed asset along with additional attributes like but not limited to: location, square footage, typical equipment, hours of operation, weather, and occupancy. This list can be used to identify high performers, as well as less energy-efficient sites for comparison, and identification of energy-saving projects in a prioritized manner.
  • Primary Assessment – Review existing energy-related technical assessments (e.g., energy audits, retrocommissioning assessments) and perform a high-level assessment, which may include a walk-through audit of a representative number of facilities to identify energy-saving opportunities in a prioritized manner, and to identify which systems will require more detailed evaluations.
  • Maintenance and Operating Schedules – Review and provide a description of the control systems, operating schedules, and maintenance practices representative of the Triovest’s typical properties to identify operational savings. Develop maintenance practices and programs to enhance energy efficiency. Examples include but are not limited to: reprogramming controls to shutdown equipment and lighting when not required, developing a checklist to ensure that all shutdown procedures are properly implemented and followed.
  • Energy Saving Opportunities and Action Plan – Identify, assess, prioritize and recommend to senior management energy-saving opportunity projects including both capital improvement projects, operational and maintenance changes, and occupant engagement strategies. This will include the preparation of business cases to justify capital expenditures and the completion of applications to other IESO initiatives and to other agencies to maximize funding available for energy-saving projects. The Energy Manager will also prepare a cost-benefit analysis for each project that is proposed to senior management.
  • Project Implementation and Electrical Energy Savings – Coordinate the implementation of energy-saving projects, including the planning, budgeting, and scheduling for the design, installation, commissioning, and verification of energy efficiency projects, and participate in at least one saveONenergy program. It is expected that a project manager (not the Energy Manager) would be assigned for large capital projects.
  • Measurement and Verification Strategy – Work with Triovest to develop a strategy for the Measurement & Verification of energy-saving projects at a corporate level (i.e. not project level).
  • Energy Management Behaviour and Business Process Improvements – Work to create and foster a sustainable energy management culture at Triovest’s properties and provide an avenue for employees to recognize and report issues and ideas regarding energy conservation and efficiency.
  • Employee Awareness Program – Build upon existing efforts to implement an employee training and awareness program to promote energy conservation and communicate the energy efficiency initiatives undertaken.
  • Assistance to IESO Projects – Coordinate and assist with site inspections by the IESO from time to time of the various measures implemented at the sole discretion of the IESO. Collect relevant information regarding additional electrical energy use (equipment purchases, schedule changes, occupancy changes or construction). The Energy Manager is expected to familiarize himself/herself with and access initiatives under saveONenergy programs and other available relevant resources.
  • Reporting: Complete Quarterly Reports to IESO and Triovest management


Success as an Energy Manager, calls for a solid professional background that includes:

  • A professional designation either as a certified engineering technician or technologist, Certified Energy Manager, or a licensed professional engineer in the province of Ontario. If not presently professionally designated as such, the successful candidate must be designated as a Certified Energy Manager within one (1) year of employment start date.
  • A strong background in commercial, institutional or industrial energy use, as applicable, and energy management.
  • Detailed understanding of building systems, building operations, and occupant energy use.
  • Hands-on delivery of energy audit and retrocommissioning assessments; implementation of commercial building energy conservation measures; and measurement of results.
  • Demonstrated ability to work well with internal and external teams to develop shared solutions, build trust and buy-in, and resolve conflicts as necessary.
  • Clear and concise written and verbal communications skills; working-level of written and verbal French is an asset.
  • Proven project management, administrative, and time-management skills.
  • Strong analytical and quantitative skills.
  • A dedication to providing exceptional service, every day.
  • The ability to adapt to change in a positive way and deliver successful results within a given time frame.
  • A team-oriented approach to meeting goals and objectives.
  • A willingness to admit mistakes and easily digest constructive feedback, using it as a learning opportunity.
  • The ability to perform with exceptional integrity, always striving to do the right thing and help to create an environment built on trust, honesty and respect.

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Intermediate Energy Modeller | Brampton, ON

Organization: exp

At exp, we know that great experiences start with the right people. We believe that work should be challenging, and the challenge should be fun. We also believe that exponential possibilities are more likely to occur with a respectful, satisfying and empowering company. We value and respect our employees – their experience and expertise as well as their energy, passion and diversity – and their innovative approach to work and to life.

Your Challenge

We are currently seeking an Intermediate Energy Modeller to join our Facade Group located in Brampton. This position reports to the Assistant Discipline Manager.

This applicant will be responsible to perform energy modeling and analysis on new and existing buildings as well as work with the facade and sustainability team on other projects.

Your Responsibilities

  • Use a wide range of performance simulation tools to analyze energy efficiency of the building enclosure
  • Fulfill a range of energy efficiency and energy resource planning activities
  • Work as an integral part of a building’s design team including architects, mechanical and electrical designers, to provide input on energy performance measures and make recommendations for energy saving measures
  • Review design documents (plans, specifications, shop drawings) as they are developed to ensure that the intended energy efficiency measures are being incorporated into the design including ASHRAE and LEED standards
  • Preparation of building analysis reports and LEED documentation to present results of energy and thermal modeling
  • Work with clients to define project targets
  • Update energy simulations as the design progresses and provide technical analysis and support during the construction process
  • Provide guidance on energy modeling to other project team members
  • Be an active member of the integrated design team
  • Work towards becoming a member towards of the Canada Green Building Council’s experienced modellers list
  • Other duties as assigned

The Skills and Knowledge You Bring

  • A Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering or Applied Sciences.
  • Minimum 5 years energy modelling experience using a variety of energy simulation tools such as Design Builder, eQuest, EE4, EnergyPlus, TRNSYS, IES Visual Environment.
  • Comprehensive understanding of high rise residential and commercial mechanical systems and HVAC equipment design experience is required.
  • Energy modelling experience for LEED projects is considered an asset.
  • Experience in the Building Sciences.
  • Understanding and knowledge of Architectural, Electrical / Mechanical Drawings is required.
  • LEED Accredited Professional with specialization.
  • Effective communication skills including verbal, written and presentation skills.
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office.
  • Proven ability to work effectively in a team-oriented environment and work independently.
  • Demonstrated ability to meet deadlines.
  • Member of the CaGBC’s Experienced Modelers List is considered an asset.
  • Registered Engineer-in-Training considered an asset.

What exp Can Offer

With a mission to understand, innovate, partner and deliver, exp provides professional, technical and strategic services related to the world’s built and natural environments in six key practice areas: Buildings, Earth & Environment, Energy, Industrial, Infrastructure, and Sustainability. Our heritage dates back to 1906, when the earliest of exp’s predecessor companies started its engineering infrastructure practice in northern Ontario. Today, close to 3,000 creative exp professionals across North America and around the globe provide the expertise and experience needed to deliver successful projects for clients.

Our promise is to offer you a challenging career in a positive and dynamic work environment, and it’s a promise we take seriously. Join a dynamic team at exp that provides you with innovative projects, the capacity to develop your career, a full range of benefits, flexible working hours, and much more! When you explore what exp has to offer, you’ll find exponential possibilities.

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Sustainable Buildings Consultant | Toronto, ON

Organization: Stantec

Within the Buildings Engineering group, our Sustainable Buildings team provides consulting services at every stage of the building life cycle based upon the principles and goals of sustainability and stewardship. The sustainable buildings service areas reflect the interconnected systems-based nature of sustainability and include LEED Consulting, BOMA BESt Consulting, Building Performance Simulation, and Commissioning. This is where great people and great ideas truly make a difference.

Your Duties: We have an opening in our Toronto, ON office for a Sustainable Buildings Consultant to provide our clients with LEED facilitation, sustainability consulting and energy modelling. We are seeking a highly motivated consulting professional with specialized expertise in integrated design, energy modelling, green building, and sustainable urban development. The successful candidate will contribute technically to our team’s existing portfolio of existing Green Building and LEED projects, and will also contribute to community scale and resource management consulting assignments.

The purpose of this position is to provide support and technical expertise direction and leadership in the execution of sustainability projects. You would bring good communication skills, technical strengths, project experience, ability to provide excellent client service and a commitment to sustainable design.

Key responsibilities include: 

  • Facilitation of LEED projects
  • Creation of energy models and supporting documentation for LEED, design assistance, code compliance and incentive applications
  • Preparation and review of reports and LEED ® submissions
  • Work with clients and project teams in an integrated design approach to identify appropriate design strategies geared towards improving environmentally sustainable solutions; provide ongoing analysis through design and construction.
  • Gather, review and prepare LEED documentation for internal and external design teams
  • Fostering business development opportunities combined with maintaining and growing current business and client relationships

Your Capabilities and Credentials: Your Capabilities and Credentials: 

  • LEED® or Green Associate Accreditation is a requirement.
  • Bachelor’s degree from a recognized post secondary institution in Engineering or related Science discipline OR a degree/diploma in building technology
  • Minimum 3 years’ experience in engineering or architecture preferably in a consulting setting
  • Minimum 2 years’ experience using modelling tools such as eQuest or IES VE
  • Knowledge of relevant standards including ASHRAE 90.1, NECB, etc.
  • Deep understanding of sustainability concepts and their practical applications
  • An understanding of the LEED ® program and associated rating systems under both the Canada and US Green Building Councils
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, as well as report writing skills


  • Knowledge of HVAC, lighting systems, and building control systems
  • Experience in building energy efficiency
  • Conversant in other languages such as French
  • WELL Building accreditation


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Operations and Maintenance Technical Lead – Plant Engineer | Courtright, ON

Organization: Ethos Energy

Job Overview Reporting to the Maintenance Manager, the position is responsible for performance monitoring, regulatory compliance, engineering design, capital projects, operational and maintenance consulting support. The position will work with the Site HSE Specialist to ensure a safe working environment.

Job Responsibilities

  • Provide technical expertise and guidance in the resolution/prevention of equipment problems to all operations and maintenance teams.
  • Provide leadership, mentoring and technical back-up to maintenance and operations staff.
  • Works with Maintenance and Operations personnel to evaluate and resolve equipment/process issues.
  • Ensures all statutory and regulatory obligation are met or exceeded on assigned areas during the ongoing operation and maintenance of the facility
  • Direct the activities of contractors to ensure compliance with drawings, specifications, and schedules.
  • Responsible for troubleshooting plant issues, using mechanical knowledge in recommending course of action; mechanical aptitude for determining causes of failure.
  • Site Rotating Equipment Expert
  • Identify, evaluate and provide solutions to complex technical problems in a timely manner.
  • Plant leadership in the area of TSSA, QA/QC and insurer requirements.
  • Provide direction in terms of ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code, B31.1 Power Piping and B31.3 Process Piping
  • Participate in station planning processes as required to assure technical accountability for works being executed.
  • Develop technical and commercial scope for contract support requirements for assigned equipment areas.
  • Leadership of, development input into and technical approval of planned maintenance scopes (shutdowns), and provides field leadership to technicians where required during shutdowns.
  • Provides proactive support to the station management team through day to day activities and participation in station leadership.
  • Carry out project engineering works, as assigned to prescribed station standards
  • Maintain, audit and continuously improve technical competency profiles for Maintenance technicians – recommending and providing training as appropriate.
  • Create and issue timely monthly condition and cost reports for assigned areas and equipment.
  • Obtain and disseminate current intelligence on the relevant industrial best practices pertaining to assigned equipment areas.
  • Provide detailed and documented input to facility business planning and budget planning processes.
  • Provide oversight for all NERC/CIP reporting
  • Provide monthly report for plant aspects – efficiency, availability, reliability
  • Must proactively strive to achieve technical competence in all areas of the plant (incl. performance management systems, commercial processes and mechanical systems)
  • Oversight and management of outside consultants and engineers preforming technical reviews, studies or design work for site.

Required Skills / Knowledge

  • A thorough demonstrated understanding of power plant operations, including hands-on experience with Operations & Maintenance functions.
  • Understanding of plant economics and power pool operations.
  • Understanding of budgets, bid proposals, contract evaluation and basic accounting principals.
  • Ability to analyze and interpret data to make sound professional judgments and recommendations.
  • Ability to manage and motivate colleagues.
  • Strong oral and written communication with individuals at all levels within the company.
  • Proficient with a computer and with the use of Microsoft Office and Microsoft Project.
  • Position requires that the incumbent be a self-starter with a high degree of initiative and ability to work independently.
  • Will be available to travel as required.
  • Willing to participate in afterhours call in, and off hours work.


  • Minimum of five year’s relevant experience.
  • A thorough, demonstrated knowledge of energy facility operations and maintenance as well as management methods are necessary to control and improve facility performance.
  • A willingness to have a hands-on approach is required.
  • Experience in Power Plant Electrical systems would be an asset.

Education Requirements

  • Bachelor degree in Mechanical Engineering or equivalent, registration as P.Eng required.
  • Certification as a Second or First Class Power Engineering and or a Certified Engineering Technologist will be considered

Physical Requirements

  • Position requires periods of intense physical exertion, including walking, climbing, and lifting.
  • Ability to lift and move material up to 70 pounds.
  • Ability to climb and perform functions from elevated locations. Ability to work from ladders up to and including a 15-ft ladder.
  • Ability to work in a hot (115F to 120F) and noisy environment (with appropriate protective equipment) for approximately 30 minutes out of each hour.

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