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Energy Efficiency Account Manager | Calgary, AB

Organization: ICF

(Job Number: 1700001540 )

Various AB locations

Job Description:

To support ICF’s growth in the delivery of energy efficiency programs, applications are being accepted for Energy Efficiency Account Manager positions specializing in the commercial space heating, water heating, ventilation and air conditioning segments. The role involves encouraging local HVAC distributors, contractors, product suppliers, design firms, and special interest groups in designing and selling energy efficiency equipment such as high efficiency furnaces, boilers, condensing water heaters, infrared heaters, rooftop units, etc. Through the delivery of an energy rebate program, the account manager will facilitate program training and outreach activities to a targeted list of businesses and work with other ICF team members in the delivery of rebates.

Key Responsibilities:

Reporting to the Program Manager, the Energy Efficiency Account Manager will build business to business partnerships in Albert
Meet program targets for participation and customer satisfaction
Implement recruitment, marketing, and sales strategies for the program
Maintain rebate application status and provide biweekly and monthly reports to Project Manager on program activity
Using effective selling skills, assist building owners, Energy Efficiency contractors, etc in the understanding of energy saving and comfort benefits of new solution
Provide technical assistance and team coordination to end users and trade allies to ensure Program success
Troubleshoot issues such as data entry on tables, and opportunities to improve processes, and conduct safety meeting
Assist other Account Managers focusing on HVAC and lighting technologies

Qualifications
Basic Qualifications:

Successful track record of delivering Energy Efficiencysolutions to the commercial market
Detail-oriented, with strong interpersonal communication skills (written and oral)
Proficiency in MS Office Applications (Word, PowerPoint, Excel)
Valid and clean driver’s license
Quick learner and self-starter
Able to work both independently and as a team
Comfortable in a dynamic, changing environment
Time management skills to handle multiple priorities and flexibility to work limited overtime as needed
Strong sense of professionalism, integrity, and business ethics

Preferred Skills/Qualifications:

Diploma or Degree relevant to the technical nature of HVAC or sales aspect of business to business partnerships
Previous experience in marketing and sales
Previous experience interpreting electrical bills including consumption and demand
Energy efficiency industry experience
CEM or LEED Certification
Exposure to electric or gas energy efficiency programs

The Firm
ICF is a leading energy and environmental management consulting firm that brings solutions to private and public sector organizations in Canada and Internationally.

ICF delivers multi-disciplinary and innovative consulting services to our client with an uncompromising commitment to quality.

Our clients include: energy utilities and companies; operators of commercial and institutional facilities; industry and industry associations; research agencies; federal, provincial and municipal government departments; international development agencies and non-governmental organizations.ICF is one of the largest program delivery agents for energy efficiency programs which includes Energy Star, residential, commercial and industrial electric and gas saving programs.

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Energy Efficiency Specialist | Toronto, ON

Organization: Humber Polytech

Contract
Recognizing that mitigating the effects of climate change is of global importance; Humber has developed an Integrated Energy Master Plan (IEMP), a long-term, strategic, multi-phase plan with the aim of making us a leader in global energy efficiency. Humber has committed to the ambitious goals of reducing energy use by 50%, reducing water use 50%, and reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 30%, all by 2034, including the establishment of a campus-wide energy culture. Under the direction of the Manager, Energy Efficiency, the Energy Efficiency Specialist will support Humber’s overall IEMP with a specific focus on improving the efficiency of existing buildings. The existing building stock is made up of 3M ft2 over two main campuses and has significant potential for energy optimization. The Energy Efficiency Specialist will utilize the existing infrastructure (sub-meters and BAS) to uncover anomalies in the data and work with the operations team to implement corrective actions or capital projects. The position will also be responsible for executing measurement & verification activities on individual sub-projects as well as the overall IEMP. Strong interpersonal skills will be critical for creating an energy culture within the operations team. Humber is looking for someone who is passionate about reducing energy in the existing building stock and motivated to help accomplish our vision for being a global leader in energy efficiency. This position is partially funded through the saveONenergy Energy Manager program. There is an opportunity to extend funding into future years if the minimum savings targets are achieved.

Qualifications
The successful candidate will possess a degree in a relevant field and should be registered (or eligible for registration) as a P. Eng., or Engineering Intern (EIT), mechanical preferred. The following designations will be considered assets: Certified Energy Manager (CEM); Certified Measurement & Verification Professional (CMVP). At a minimum, the CEM examination will need to be completed within the first 12 months of employment.

Additional qualifications include a minimum of 3 years of experience engaged in related work; strong understanding of HVAC controls principles and sequence of operations; experience in Building Automation System (BAS) programming and commissioning an asset, although training on Humber’s Siemens BAS system will be provided as necessary; advanced skills in MS Excel (macros and pivot tables); strong analytical and problem solving skills; strong interpersonal skills; work as part of a team and communication with staff; passionate about energy management and sustainability; data analysis skills (preparing data for analysis, summary statistics, visual analysis, regression analysis, etc.); demonstrated success in project delivery and execution of energy management projects; and the ability to coordinate multiple stakeholders with independence and professionalism.

Notes
Close Date: open until filled
Duration of Need: 2 Years

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Building Science Specialist | Toronto, ON

Organization: CLEAResult

CLEAResult is seeking a Building Science Specialist (Energy Specialist), to join our program team in our Toronto, Ontario – Canada office. The candidate should have a passion for energy efficiency and conservation.

Responsibilities:

Uses standard building science principles to support energy efficiency (e.g., physics, mechanics, fan laws, thermodynamics, algebra, statistics)
Uses standard building science principles to support energy efficiency savings analysis (e.g., physics, mechanics, fan laws, thermodynamics, algebra, statistics)
Reviews weatherization, HVAC, and new construction specifications/manuals
Executes QA/QC protocols for field inspections and support of field staff
Identify bottlenecks in timely completion of tasks, work with individuals to develop solutions, report and escalate as required.
Demonstrated ability to clearly and concisely explain observations and conclusions regarding technical issues to both technical and non-technical audiences using verbal and written means ocommunication.
Strong oral and written communication skills with the ability to work well with all levels of management, staff and external contacts
Plan, coordinate, and follow through on tasks and assignments to complete in a timely manner
May be required to conduct customer site visits as required
Majority of travel, if any, will consist of day trips within south-western Ontario. Candidate will work from our Toronto offices at 100 King

Street West.
Performs energy audits

Qualifications:

Building Science or Engineering Degree
CEM, CET, PMP designation is preferred
Strong oral and written communication skills; ability to work well with all levels of management, staff and external contacts.
Project management experience preferred.
Very strong customer service orientation.
Familiarity with the saveONenergy program will be an added asset.
Knowledge of the Ontario Electricity Industry and / or knowledge of electrical energy conservation measures in manufacturing or building systems will be an asset.
Proficiency with MS Office (emphasis on Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and MS Project).

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Director, Marketing + Communications | Calgary, AB

Organization: Energy Efficiency Alberta

Location: Calgary, Alberta
Competition #: EEA100
Open Date: April 13, 2017
Closing Date: April 30, 2017

Energy Efficiency Alberta (EEA) is currently seeking a Director, Marketing and Communications to join a dynamic team of professionals. Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO), the Director Marketing and Communications provides leadership, oversight and is responsible for building provincial awareness and support for EEA’s mission, vision, and values. The role will be responsible for leading marketing activities and will play a critical role in championing strategic oversight and alignment of stakeholder engagement initiatives that will enable the delivery of key policies and strategies.

ABOUT US
The role of Energy Efficiency Alberta (EEA) as a new Crown agency is to:

Raise awareness among energy consumers of energy use and the associated economic and environmental benefits of energy conservation and efficiency;
Promote, design and deliver best value, performance-based programs and carry out activities related to energy efficiency, energy conservation and the development of micro-generation and small scale energy systems in Alberta;
Undertake best efforts to achieve energy efficiency targets;
Be the voice and face of energy efficiency in Alberta, promoting a culture of conservation;
Promote the enhancement of the energy efficiency services industry.

EEA has a budget of $645 million over the next five years, supporting the use of a variety of tools to encourage energy efficiency improvements including education; outreach and training programs; and financial incentives.

ROLE
Are you an experienced, highly motivated leader with proven success in developing strategies and solutions within a fast-paced environment? If so, EEA has an exciting opportunity for you!

EEA is currently seeking a Director, Marketing and Communications to join a dynamic team of professionals. Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO), the position provides leadership, oversight and is responsible for building provincial awareness and support for EEA’s mission, vision, and values. The role will be responsible for leading marketing activities and will play a critical role in championing strategic oversight and alignment of stakeholder engagement initiatives that will enable the delivery of key policies and strategies.

RESPONSIBILITIES

Leads a team of professionals who provide leadership to public and stakeholder engagement initiatives
Develops, implements, and evaluates the EEA’s stakeholder engagement program by engaging in strategic planning and effective communication of program objectives
Leads the development of strategic communications plans and marketing products in support of the EEA’s objectives and direction
Develops and implements the EEA’s operational plan including the creation of engagement goals, objectives, and relevant measurement criteria for specified outcomes
Proactively identifies engagement opportunities, including partnerships and collaboration with external organizations
Leads the implementation of effective communication, marketing, engagement, and consultative processes
Leads the strategic planning, implementation, and evaluation of public and stakeholder engagement initiatives
Proactively identifies emerging issues and provides senior management with strategic advice and options, regarding engagement, policy or implementation issues

SKILLS + EXPERIENCE

Experience applying multi-faceted approaches within stakeholder engagement.
Strategic planning and issues management experience.
Ability to lead and manage a variety of internal and external processes, with a focus on advancing the EEA’s priorities and strategic objectives.
Strategic, organizational, project management and operational planning skills.
Well-developed interpersonal and negotiation skills.
Exceptional strategic communications planning and issues management skills.
Exceptional marketing and media relations skills.
Exceptional communication skills to articulate EEA’s messages verbally and in writing to a broad and diverse audience.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Please see the job profile for a detailed list of the job responsibilities.

This role may be required to travel.

This competition may be used to fill future vacancies within the EEA.

HOW TO APPLY

Apply directly by email AEP.HRPrograms@gov.ab.ca, or fax your resume to Energy Efficiency Alberta, Human Resources, Fax 780-427-2513. When applying, please submit your cover letter and resume as one file, quoting the Role and Competition # in the subject line of your email and documents included in your application.

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) – http://work.alberta.ca/iqas. Applicants are encouraged to include the assessment certificate from IQAS or any other educational assessment service as part of their application.

We thank all applicants for their interest. All applications will be reviewed to assess which applicants’ qualifications most closely match the agency’s requirements. Only those selected for interviews will be contacted to advance to the next step in the competition process. Final candidates may be asked to undergo security screening.

Agency Website: www.energyefficiency.alberta.ca

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Energuy | , ON

Organization: Energuy

Location: Ontario

Deadline: 04/30/2017

Description: Business Development Manager

Energuy – Ontario

Canadian company seeks Business Development Manager for Ontario

Full Time position

Commission + Base Salary + Company Car

( $60,000 – $80,000/year )

We are currently looking for a Business Development Manager who will be responsible for the role of business development in Ontario. You will play a vital part in the development and growth of our business in this territory.

The ideal candidate is a results-oriented and self-disciplined sales professional who takes a proactive approach to understanding customer needs in order to sell the company’s services and business solutions.

Your main responsibility will be to build a customer base and increase sales in your assigned territory while building and guiding the Registered Energy Advisor ( REA ) team. This position reports directly to Energuy Senior Management.

Summary:

The Business Development Manager is responsible for the Sales Management and Field Operations coverage in their assigned geographic area. Sales and prospecting, as well as account management is the focus of this position.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Sales:

Develop strong working relationship with potential clients and area contractors for new business opportunities within the assigned area.
Identify and prospect other new business opportunities.
Cold call to meet new potential customers.
Drive the territory and stop in at client offices on a regular basis.
Sell the company’s services to prospects and promote their benefits and values.
Manage the complete sales cycle including the preparation of service demonstrations and the preparation of proposals.
Meet sales objectives.
Follow up on new leads and referrals resulting from field activity or other referral sources.
Identify and resolve client concerns
Human Resources: Supporting Role

Supervise and guide a team of professionals to maximize the delivery of quality services in the most productive and efficient manner.
Develop a safe and positive work environment for staff.
Assist in recruiting and interviewing staff.
Manage the employee induction process. Mentor new and existing staff. Provide for mentoring and coaching for area REA’s.
Service: Supporting Role

Endeavor to become a subject matter expert on the requirements of the Energuide for Houses report system, HOT2000, the home energy assessment process as well as any Federal, Provincial, Municipal or Utility Rebate Programs.
Ensure customer satisfaction by delivering timely and quality services.
Address customer issues and queries in an accurate and timely manner.
Provide for tech training of regular client contractor sales teams.
Assist the office in rescheduling or re-assigning jobs at the last minute when necessary.
Assist staff on-site as needed.
Inventory: Supporting Role

Maintain inventory of area equipment, including serial numbers, both in storage and in the field.
Acquire and repair equipment and supplies when needed.
Notify upper management when large ticket items are needed.
Miscellaneous:

Evaluate existing business procedures and recommend improvements.
Provide assistance to upper management upon request.
Requirements:

Occasional weekends.
Ability to carry equipment up to 50 lbs.
Possess a smart phone, a laptop computer, and broadband internet access.
Possess a valid Ontario driver’s license, a substantially clean driving history.
Prerequisites:

Highly organized, mission driven self-starter with an outgoing personality, a positive attitude, and a thirst for learning.
Minimum of 3 years, experience in sales management and staff supervision.
Compensation will include a company car, mobile phone, base salary of $36,000 plus commission based on sales performance.
Must have a post-secondary degree or diploma
If you are a driven individual with a proven track record in sales, who enjoys building lasting customer and employee relationships, then this is the opportunity for you.

To join our management team and have great growth opportunities where your contribution will make a difference, send your resume.

Job Type: Full-time (44 regular hours + 4 overtime hours per week)

Salary: $36,000.00 /year

Anticipated Commission $20,000 – $48,000 per year

Required experience:

Management: 3 years
Business to Business Sales: 3 years
Job Type: Full-time

Required experience:

management: 3 years
Job Type: Full-time

http://www.energuy.ca/careers

Email: lee@energuy.com

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Sustainability & Energy Consultant | Ottawa, ON

Organization: WSP Group

Temporary
OTTAWA

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.

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POSITION DESCRIPTION

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.

RESPONSIBILITIES

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

QUALIFICATIONS

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

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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).

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To learn more about our firm and the projects we have been involved in, please visit our World of Possibilities website listed below.

http://www.wsp-pb.com/en/WSP-Canada/Careers/Join-Our-Team/World-of-Possibilities/

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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Program Analyst | Toronto, ON

Organization: CLEAResult

CLEAResult is hiring a Program Analyst. The individual will provide support on special projects, operational initiatives, and various client-related initiatives. The individual supports staff and management, and also generates and delivers work product content. Work will include direct support of Energy Managers. Contributes to the development of new concepts, techniques, and standards.

This position is responsible for delivering energy management consulting services to industrial and commercial facilities. Consulting services include leading group workshops and providing individual coaching. Experience with the application of Lean Manufacturing and Six Sigma principles is desired.

Responsibilities:
Adhere to safety policies and procedures in all aspects of the work Project management skills to deliver projects on time and budget Monitor action items and ensures appropriate follow up is completed Facilitate the development of overall continuous improvement plans Facilitate training workshops, webinars Proactively work with other departments to identify efficiency improvements and recommend new approaches, policies, and procedures to foster continual improvements. Help Management set up processes and systems to support customers in an effective manner Organize and conduct events Understand, interpret, explain and apply applicable program related rules Write and create content for online resources and emails to program participants Ensure the timely dissemination of reports, records and other documentation Complete project set-ups, file contract documents and other project related materials, and reconcile project invoices. Enter electronic data into customized databases and electronic tracking systems. Exercise independent judgment in adapting and applying procedures to address unusual situations with the understanding that your actions typically have a significant influence on the results of the department. Ensure confidential information systems are adhered to. Additional duties as determined by management. Travel and face to face meetings with customers may be required. Approximately 50-70% travel throughout a defined territory with a limited geographic coverage.

Qualifications:
Relevant business experience. Proficiency with MS Office suite, particularly Excel, Word and PowerPoint. Demonstrated initiative and ability to remain organized while handling multiple priorities. A detail-oriented perspective Strong oral and written communication skills; ability to work well with all levels of management, staff and external contacts. Exceptional organization and time management skills; ability to manage multiple priorities and meet schedules and deadlines. Exceptional customer service orientation and demonstrated results driven focus. Experience within commercial service or products based company. Quick learner with a demonstrated ability to learn new concepts quickly. Previous experience in Conservation and Demand Management would be an asset. Experience within a service-based company with an emphasis on growth and customer service.

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Project Manager, Renewable Energy + Energy Conservation | Barrie, Orangeville, Collingwood or Guelph, ON

Organization: R.J. Burnside & Associates

R.J. Burnside & Associates (Burnside) is currently seeking a Project Manager to join our Renewable Energy and Energy Conservation Team. This position can be based out of one of our offices in Barrie, Orangeville, Mississauga or Guelph.

Role Specifics

In this position you will report to the VP Environment and Leader of our Renewable Energy and Energy Conservation Team. You will managing and lead the successful implementation of renewable energy and energy conservation projects; be responsible for the day-to-day client liaison and project team collaboration on assigned projects to manage expectations and ensure that the client’s goals are achieved within agreed upon timelines and costs.

The position will involve (but is not limited to) carrying out the following tasks, and includes:

Managing the successful integration of internal and external multi-disciplinary teams.

Developing and analyzing options/alternatives to achieve client goals, ensuring high quality service delivery to clients within agreed upon scope, schedule, and cost; establishing expectations and providing direction, technical input, and clarity to project team; scheduling work for efficient project execution based on constraints and critical path issues; conducting research and collaborating with subject matter experts as required to inform recommendations to client.

Clearly communicating verbal and written recommendations to client based on sound technical and strategic advice; coordination with project team members to maintain project schedule; on-going and proactive communication with client to advise on project status and potential deviations required to achieve client goals (e.g., changes in scope, schedule, and/or costs).

Taking responsibility for project outcomes and implementing corrective measures in consultation with the client as required to facilitate a successful outcome.

Ensuring our work has achieved the client’s goals and contractual requirements; reviewing and editing deliverables for technical, functional, and aesthetic quality assurance.

As assigned, identify new potential business opportunities/initiatives; lead and be involved with the preparation of proposals; establishing and maintaining relationships with the local community and approval agencies; attending and representing the firm at industry conferences; etc.

Nurturing and further developing existing client base through establishing and maintaining client relationships.

Creating and maintaining relationships with people or organizations that could impact or be impacted by the project and managing their interaction with the project as needed.

Effectively identifying and obtaining all municipal, provincial and/or federal approvals and permits.

Management of the financial aspects of the project; processing of invoices; collecting receivables; timesheet completion; record keeping; etc.

As assigned, negotiating and executing contracts with clients, sub-consultants and other entities related to the project.

Developing and maintaining a positive team atmosphere among your project team members; understanding team member concerns and working with them to solve problems; inspiring team members by demonstrating and encouraging passionate performance; empowering staff through effective delegation, mentorship and training.

Must be prepared to travel within Canada.

Professional Knowledge, Skills & Qualifications

The following qualifications, experience and skills are required:

Completion of a relevant program at an accredited post-secondary institution (e.g., mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, renewable energy, energy efficiency, etc.).

Licensed as a Professional Engineer (P.Eng.) in Ontario and/or with CEM certification are preferred. Candidates also licensed in to work in one or more Western Canadian Provinces would be helpful.

Minimum 6 years of work experience, with at least 3 years of experience in a related field

Extensive experience with renewable energy (e.g., solar, wind, geothermal, biomass, water, etc.) and/or energy conservation/efficiency (e.g., energy audit, energy retrofit, LEED®, etc.) projects

Experience in successfully planning and executing complex, multi-disciplinary projects.

Thorough understanding of legislation affecting renewable energy and energy efficiency project implementation, including experience working with regulatory authorities to obtain approvals/permits.

Thorough understanding of funding and incentive programs affecting renewable energy and energy efficiency projects.

Strong background in conducting financial project analyses and making recommendations regarding project viability.

Proficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel, and technical and financial energy modelling software (e.g., RETScreen, HOMER, CAN-QUEST, EE4, Trace, HAP, etc.).

High attention to detail and accuracy.

Determination to set and manage priorities to meet all deadlines.

Excellent written and verbal communications skills.

The following are considered assets:
Experience in developing community energy plans

Experience in implementing micro grids

LEED® and/or WELL® certification would be considered an asset.

Candidates also licensed in to work in one or more Western Canadian Provinces would be helpful.

Company Profile

Founded in 1970, R.J. Burnside & Associates Limited is a progressive Canadian owned multi discipline engineering and environmental consultancy firm with over 345 staff and a proven track record of providing the highest service to clients in the Public, Private, International and Aboriginal sectors.

We have 11 offices across Ontario, Manitoba and Alberta and work on projects throughout Canada and the Caribbean.

Burnside’s traditional focus has been infrastructure engineering, including water supply, sewage treatment, surface water and resources and storm-water management, roads and bridges and agricultural drainage. Services have been expanded to include specialty areas in hydrogeology, environmental assessment and planning, monitoring and compliance, site assessments, remediation and cleanup, solid waste management, structures and building services, and transportation.

We take pride in our people and our company has a strong reputation as being a great place to work. We are always interested in speaking with talented people who wish to share their careers with us at any of our offices. We offer excellent compensation and benefits, including RSP and Profit

Sharing Plans, Fitness Benefits, Flexible Hours, Career Development Opportunities, Mentoring, Continuing Education, Social Activities and a working environment second to none.

We are an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity in the workplace and we welcome or consider resumes from all qualified candidates.

Burnside will provide reasonable accommodations to applicants with disabilities throughout the entire recruitment, assessment and selection process, as required. If you are a person with a disability and require an accommodation during these processes, please contact our Human Resources department.

We thank all who apply, however, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

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Energy Modeling Engineer | Edmonton, AB

Organization: Alberta Recruiting Services

Full-time, Permanent
Abrs is recruiting an Energy Modeling Engineer for Edmonton . The role is with a leading engineering consulting firm. Senior/Intermediate Mechanical Engineer playing a key role of designing mechanical systems in commercial buildings. Delivers energy saving, safe, and cost-effective solutions to clients.

Responsibilities:
Perform mechanical analysis and design for new and existing buildings.
Prepare budgets and schedules by projecting resource needs and determining priorities.
Follow project design requirements as established by project manager and senior design lead on each project.
Perform load calculations and cost estimation to make recommendations on energy costs.
Conduct HVAC systems comparison to determine the most economic, sustainable option.
Adhere to design standards in preparing drawings and specifications.
Coordinate and guide technical staff in preparation of contract drawings, documents and other tasks.
Perform submittal reviews and respond to mechanical contractors.
Coordinate mechanical designs and documents with other in-house engineering and design disciplines.
Attend client meetings and respond to client in a timely manner, respectful and comprehensive manner.
Prepare reports for building condition assessment and preliminary design for project feasibility.
Liaise with clients, contractors and authorities having jurisdiction.
Conduct post project reviews to identify areas for improvement; make recommendations based on findings.
Develop design documents for demonstrating compliance to the appropriate regulations

Qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering
CEM – Certified Energy Manager or CEA – Certified Energy Auditor
5-10 years of experience in building sector
Hold a current registration and Professional Engineer designation – P.Eng
LEED Accredited Professional designation considered an asset
Energy Modeling experience using DOE-2, EE4, EQuest, IES or similar software;
A passion for green buildings, sustainable design and energy efficiency;
A working knowledge of any of the following software programs would be considered a definite asset: AutoCAD, TRNSYS, THERM, EnergyPlus, HAP, TRACE.
Familiarity with the LEED green building rating system and ASHRAE standards 90.1 and 189.1 would also be advantageous
High level of experience with cooling load and heat loss calculations.
A keen understanding of HVAC, lighting, and building envelope systems for commercial and institutional buildings;

If you are interested in this career opportunity, please contact Clinton DeWitt at clinton@abrs.ca

Visit website: www.abrs.ca

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Energy & Sustainability Analyst I | Halifax, NS

Organization: Brookfield Global Integrated Solutions

Job Field:     Energy & Sustainability
Req #:     172905
Job Type:     Full time
Length of Assignment:
Description

SUMMARY

The Energy & Sustainability Analyst I is an entry level post responsible for providing reporting and analytical support encompassing utility management, energy & sustainability reporting metrics and client key performance indicators.

KEY DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

Energy & Sustainability Reporting

Prepares standard energy and sustainability reporting and energy data management and executes simple analysis. Supports delivering energy and sustainability reporting used to meet KPI’s and contract deliverables.
Executes weather correction calculations that address weather sensitivity and seasonality of energy accounts.

Tariff Analysis

Supports Energy & Sustainability and Accounts Payable Team Members in identifying billing anomalies and data inputting errors.

Demand-Side Management Opportunity Evaluation Support

Supports Energy & Sustainability initiatives by isolating buildings of interest on an exception basis for additional scrutiny to identify energy efficiency projects.

EDUCATION, JOB-RELATED YEARS OF EXPERIENCE & QUALIFICATIONS

MINIMUM EDUCATION: Community college diploma or equivalent training (e.g. RPA, CET)

JOB-RELATED EXPERIENCE: One year or less

Knowledge & Skills

Technologist diploma is required, preferably Mechanical or related area.
Advanced skills in MS Excel. Strong MS Word skills. Working experience with MS Access or other database software would be beneficial.
Strong analytical and problem solving skills.
Strong knowledge of units of energy / utility measurement and conversion calculations.
Appreciation of utility tariff structures and utility bill generation and processing including deregulated market structures.
Good communication and interpersonal skills.
Good administrative skills including documentation standards.
Appreciation of financial reporting requirements.

Licenses and/or Professional Accreditation

None required.

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Sustainable Buildings Consultant | Toronto, ON

Organization: Stantec

Job ID
30585

Experience (Years)
3

Posted Date
3/7/2017

Discipline
Buildings Engineering

More information about this job:
Your Opportunity:

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:

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

Assets:

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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Energy Manager | Hamilton, ON

Organization: St. Joseph's Healthcare

Temporary Assignment – approximately 2 years

SUMMARY
The Energy Manager will perform assessments for St. Joseph’s Health Centre Guelph, St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton, St. Mary’s General Hospital Kitchener’s premises and build business cases for energy efficiency demand management. This will include the identification, reporting and implementation of energy saving opportunities for all three facilities. The Energy Manager will work with larger commercial and institutional and industrial electricity distribution consumers for the initiatives offered under the Industrial Program and the C&I Program offered by the LDC.

QUALIFICATIONS
•Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering, or CET Designation
•Mandatory OPA training which may include Detailed End-Use, Basic Energy Manager program, Certified Energy Manager program
•Certified Energy Manager Accreditation or equivalent experience and/or education
•OACETT / APEO or eligible for membership
•Experience implementing or delivering OPA Province Wide CDM programs
•Familiarity with Conservation and Demand Measurement (CDM) measures for industrial, commercial or institutional customers
•Knowledge of demand response program
•Excellent organizational, communication and time management skills

RESPONSIBILITIES
Some responsibilities include:
•Collaborates with Manager of Building Services to forecast energy costs for development of annual budget
•Assists hospital to seek out incentives provided by Ontario Power Authority Province Wide CDM programs or Horizon Ontario Energy Board Approved

Programs
•Develop and maintain relationships with channel partners, suppliers and service providers for purpose of purposing CDM measures to customers
•Energy Tracking & Monitoring – providing a database for tracking for each facility
•Performs site assessment for all sites and provide description of control systems, operating schedules and maintenance practices
•Provides energy savings recommendations and action plans
•Implement employee training program to promote energy conservation
•Attend seminars, workshops, information sessions and conferences in order to explore opportunities for new energy efficient and demand response technologies
•All other duties as assigned

HOURS OF WORK
Monday to Friday; days

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Consultant – Energy Efficiency + Demand-Side Energy Resources | Montreal, QC

Organization: Dunsky Energy Consulting

* Candidates with a significant number of years of relevant experience may be considered for a Senior Consultant position.

Dunsky Energy Consulting (www.dunsky.com) is a mission-driven consulting firm specialized in sustainable energy strategies. We help our clients – primarily North American energy utilities, governments, private firms and non-profits – build a more sustainable future by assessing market-wide energy efficiency, renewable energy and sustainable mobility opportunities; by designing programs, policies and strategies to accelerate their adoption; and by evaluating (and improving) their performance.

CANDIDATE
You are smart, committed, personable, and experienced.

Required skills & experience:
•    directly relevant experience in the design and/or evaluation of energy efficiency and demand-side energy resource programs and plans;
•    significant and demonstrated project management experience;
•    superior (English) writing and presentation skills;
•    strong analytical skills;
•    strong interpersonal skills and ability to work with clients and in a team.

Preferred qualities:
•    significant experience planning and designing energy efficiency programs;
•    bilingualism (French & English);
•    a strong desire to contribute to a better world.

Our ideal candidate would work out of our Montreal office, however we are open to considering candidates who would work remotely, from another North American city.  Please indicate your preferred working location in your application.

RESPONSIBILITIES
At Dunsky, our Consultants (generally a minimum of 5 years of experience) contribute to projects for clients across Canada and the U.S., and advise key decision-makers and influencers on sustainable energy strategies. They manage teams to carry-out projects, contribute to project deliverables, manage client relationships, and assist with business development.

WHY DUNSKY
•    Engage in work that aligns with your values: As a mission-driven firm and a registered “B Corp”, our work is driven by our commitment to sustainability and equitable team work.
•    Be part of the on-going energy transition:  We believe strongly that the future will be built on finding and accelerating market adoption of sustainable energy solutions.  Our team makes it a priority to be part of the leading edge, prioritizing the emerging technologies and innovative approaches that will get us there.
•    Work within a dynamic and welcoming team: We place a great deal of importance on offering our team the chance to grow and lead fulfilling lives both at work, and at home.  We believe that how we work together is as important as the work we do.

BENEFITS
We offer a range of employee benefits including flexible hours, summer schedules, annual bonuses, group health and dental insurance, discounts on public transit, and more. Our office is located in a LEED™ Platinum building, in the heart of Montreal, designed as a test bed for sustainable technologies and practices.

We are also committed to offer our team professional development and learning opportunities, and we ensure that each person gains experience in a diversity of projects.

HOW TO APPLY
Interested candidates are invited to send their C.V., cover letter and relevant writing samples (if available) to jointheteam@dunsky.com. In the body of your email, please indicate your desired salary range, a possible start date, as well as where you heard about this posting.  Applications will be considered until the position has been filled.

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Energy Engineer | Hawkesbury, ON

Organization: RFG Search Partners Ltd.

RFG Direct

Energy Engineer

Our client is located between two of Canada’s natural cultural centers with a world of outdoors including nature at its best, skiing, fishing, boating and hunting in their immediate vicinity. In short, if you your skills align their needs and your lifestyle fits with any of these options this could a great job into an exceptional opportunity. This world class heavy industry competitor with two major plants on location is consistently pushing to enhance the facility. Their best practices approach to produce a stimulating working environment that is capable of attracting a unique individual that thrives on achievement. The size of the organization the speed of change the exceptional demand of heavy industry requires an individual who can grasp the enormity, prioritize the objectives and define the art of the possible based on economic outcomes. This individual needs to be a team player in a significant multi-talented Maintenance Department.

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES

Assist the Energy Manager in directing, coordinating and administrating the day-to-day operation of utility energy programs, focusing on Natural Gas, Electricity and Water such as:

Energy conservation projects;
Monitor energy consumption (measuring performance against standards and existing benchmarks);
Observe and administer internal Energy Management System (EMS) and Metering and Monitoring System (MMS);
Interact with all energy related system hardware and software required to complete energy calculations;
Actively involved in developing and implementing of related policies and procedures;
Supervise and manage all energy conservations activities and projects;
Identify and recommend equipment and operational strategies to maximize operating efficiency.

KNOWLEDGE AND SKILL REQUIREMENTS

Bachelor’s degree in a directly related Engineering field or equivalent experience;

Knowledge of fire protection systems, security systems, burners & burner controls and HVAC systems;
Excellent communication skills;
Experience in Heavy Industry or steel fabrication would be an asset;
Bilingualism is an asset.

The client offers a competitive compensation and benefits package scaled to professional standards. Interested candidates that can easily identify themselves in this position can submit their resume and refer to Project #D-170204. Long-listed candidates will receive a more detailed job description. We thank all applicants for their interest, but wish to advise that only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

RFG Direct a division of RFG Search Partners Ltd.

Job Type: Full-time

Required language:
French

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