- Energy Conservation Consultant | Toronto, ON
The Energy Conservation Consultant is responsible for supporting the Consulting Team in designing program and service offerings aligned to market and client needs. This role combines elements of market research and analysis, and business development support through the conceptualization and modelling of product and service lines.
The Energy Conservation Consultant will report to the Senior Manager of Consulting and support colleagues in the development of new business opportunities and/or execution of pre-established services as needed. This role will require regular interaction with external stakeholders like the IESO, LDCs, and Trade Allies, as well as internal stakeholder throughout the North America.
Development of financial models including:
Budgets for program and service delivery
Development of energy efficiency models to estimate potential energy savings
Development, deployment and management over programs and projects
Development, deployment and management over market research initiatives including:
Energy conservation market potential
Energy efficient technologies
CDM program process and structure best practices
Provide consultation to internal stakeholders and clients on strategic approaches to CDM plan development and deployment (across a portfolio of programs) and on an individual program level
Prepare proposals in response to RFPs and in support of other new business development opportunities
Travel maybe required
Minimum 3 years’ experience in the Conservation and Demand Management industry with preference to experience in designing, implementing and operating programs ◦CEM, CET, BEP designations will be given preference
Working knowledge of the existing provincial saveONenergy programs and related incentives
Knowledge of the Ontario Electricity market, its main entities and regulatory agencies
Post-secondary degree or diploma in either Engineering, Business, Policy or Environment
Preference given to those focused on sustainability and energy efficiency
Minimum 3 years’ experience in the Conservation and Demand Management industry with preference to experience in designing, implementing and operating programs
CEM, CET, BEP designations will be given preference
Working knowledge of the existing provincial saveONenergy programs and related incentives
Familiarity with the Ontario electricity market and existing market players
Experience with Energy Conservation programs, practices, and concepts
Proficiency with MS Office with an emphasis on Excel to perform analysis and model design
Ability to work well with all levels of management, colleagues and external contacts
Self-motivated with little to no supervision
Ability to multitask, prioritize, and problem solve in a deadline driven environment
All levels of management and staff in Ontario.
Suppliers, service providers and business partners
Related associations (trade, energy, conservation, stakeholders)
Other stakeholders and customers
- Energy Advisor I | Toronto, ON
Organization: Franklin Energy
We provide our utility clients with a wide range of energy-saving and renewable energy solutions. From individual utility customers and construction contractors, to utilities, municipalities, and government bodies, our clients have come to depend on our customized energy efficiency programs to help them to meet their energy saving goals.
This position is responsible for providing our services directly to homeowners, landlords, building owners and other utility customers. You will provide expert advice and coordination for our programs while recommending specific modifications to electric and/or gas systems; you will also convince prospective clients of the improved efficiency that our services will bring. This role combines field work with office time (typically 4 field days to 1 office day per week). You will also be working with others who are passionate about energy efficiency and making a positive impact on the industry.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Promote the energy efficiency program to customers and trade allies within your assigned territory
Understand and implement the Franklin Energy Sales Process, including but not limited to: making outbound calls to new and existing customers to meet assigned energy saving targets, developing and facilitating program presentations to spur project activity and managing customer inquiries and concerns by phone, electronically or in person to move projects toward completion
Identify and provide documentation of on-site opportunities for energy efficiency and provide follow-up to customers as required; Generate summary reports to customers and Program Managers as needed
Discuss technical elements of energy consuming equipment—i.e., lighting, HVAC, hot water systems, building and pipe insulation, and air sealing
Enter data into spreadsheets and databases to determine energy savings and to manage current projects which may also include collaborating with Energy Engineers
Collaborate with home performance contractors and consultants to provide residential energy audit programs to utility customers
Coordinate, schedule and manage implementation contractors performing HVAC, air sealing and building shell improvements for each project
Perform post audit diagnostics, measurement and verification
Specific Qualification for the role include:
Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience required. Technical school degree combined with demonstrated experience in the electric/gas utility field will be considered. Equivalent work experience may be considered.
1-2 years of experience in the electric or natural gas utility industry, facilities management, HVAC design or sales, commercial and industrial lighting, or conservation and energy management and commercial refrigeration technology.
Previous energy efficiency and/or energy modeling experience – Preferred
Previous customer service, sales, or marketing experience
Must be self-motivated, flexible, organized and have an ability to prioritize workload in a fast-paced environment
Proficient in Microsoft Office, specifically Word, Excel and Outlook and comfortable entering and tracking information in databases
Ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing with customers, clients and employees
Ability to analyze and interpret complex and/or quantitative data and solve practical problems
Valid driver’s license and reliable transportation
Willingness to travel 50% or more of the time, occasional overnight
Franklin Energy Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Build a rewarding career in a dynamic and growing industry!
Franklin Energy Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Build a rewarding career in a dynamic and growing industry!
- 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.
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.
• 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.
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.
• 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.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org. 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.
- Energy Engineer | Hawkesbury, ON
Organization: RFG Search Partners Ltd.
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.
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
- Account Executive | Toronto and Montréal,
As an Account Executive at Ecosystem, you will be responsible for establishing and building strategic relationships with clients, and generating and strengthening business opportunities. You will collaborate on a daily basis with Ecosystem’s energy efficiency engineers and business development professionals. You will be part of a dynamic, committed, and innovative team that works together to reach ambitious and inspiring goals.
1 position available in Montreal
1 position available in Toronto
You will meet regularly with prospects to evaluate their needs and introduce Ecosystem and our offering. Using your expertise in strategic business development, you will generate leads and build relationships with new and existing clients in different sectors. You will identify and develop large-scale business opportunities and negotiate contracts for multi-million dollar energy performance projects. With a customer-centric approach, you will proactively assess, clarify, and validate client needs on an ongoing basis.
You will work in collaboration with Ecosystem’s multidisciplinary team to develop energy performance project proposals that respond to client expectations, while meeting RFP deadlines and delivering a high level of quality.
As Ecosystem’s representative, you will contribute to increasing the company’s visibility while positioning Ecosystem as a leading energy efficiency firm in the market.
You are a proactive self-starter who is highly motivated to meet and exceed expectations. You thrive in collaborative settings and you work effectively both independently and as part of a team. You are known for your sense of initiative, strong work ethic, and high degree of integrity. You are an excellent communicator, both verbal and written, and you easily create new contacts and business relationships. You are results-oriented, highly organized, and able to manage complex projects with long-term sales cycles.
Ecosystem would like to hear about your proven track record of generating new business during your 5 to 10 years of experience in the field, including your ability to develop relationships with C-level executives and your background selling to the public and private sectors. We also consider the following to be strong assets: experience in the field of energy, engineering, or construction; knowledge of financial analysis methods for capital investment projects; and a network of contacts that can be utilized for driving new business development.
You will hold a permanent position with Ecosystem, an equal opportunity employer offering a competitive compensation package including health insurance. Ecosystem offers employees a wide range of benefits and opportunities to support a healthy work-life balance.
This position is an incredible opportunity to work with a passionate, dedicated team of innovative and experienced energy efficiency professionals. People are the lifeblood of our company and the key to offering the best possible service to our clients. We create a stimulating work environment for motivated individuals, making it a place where brilliant ideas are nurtured and innovative designs overcome today’s energy conservation challenges.
- Building Performance Specialist | Toronto, ON
Organization: Cadillac Fairview Corporation
Full-time, Temporary, Contract
Build your future with Cadillac Fairview!
At Cadillac Fairview, we are so much more than our properties. We are building leaders at all levels. We offer the challenge of interesting work, a great organizational culture, the opportunity to collaborate with the best in the business, and support for your growth and development. We reward values-based behavior and superior results with a competitive rewards package that includes best-in-class benefits. Cadillac Fairview is where you can make a difference, and where it all comes together.
The Building Performance Specialist (EM) role will execute and help deliver an enterprise level building performance and energy management program.
Primary duties include supporting the rollout and maintenance of the Energy Smart Operations (ESO) initiative, assessing our properties for program deployment, coordinating with internal stakeholders and vendors to prepare mechanical, electrical, and metering systems and equipment schedules and documentation, coordinate the development of internal standards, and participate in the analysis of building performances.
You will: Perform compilation of materials and specification sheets. Create related products with adherence to applicable industry and CF standards or specifications. Review existing energy study reports and perform high-level assessments, including a walk through audit in some cases of each site, to identify energy consuming system and equipment to develop a national inventory. Review and provide a description of control systems, operating schedules, and maintenance practices at the property to identify operational savings. This is to help develop maintenance practices and programs to enhance energy efficiency. Identify, assess, prioritize and recommend to the national operations team on the sequence of deployment of the ESO initiative. Facilitate the completion of applications to Local Distribution Company (LDC) Conservation and Demand Management (CDM) initiatives and to other agencies to maximize funding available for energy-saving projects. Coordinate and assist with site inspections by the
LDC/OPA from time to time of the various measures implemented. Collect relevant information regarding additional electrical energy use (equipment purchases, schedule changes, occupancy changes or construction). Assist in the development and execution on commissioning plans on the ESO platform.
Participate in the alignment to the internal sustainability management tool (Green at Work) and achievement of third-party standards/certifications (i.e. LEED, BOMA BESt, etc.). Help develop and maintain processes in addressing the continuous improvement items of the ESO initiative with the property.
Post-secondary degree or diploma in a relevant field of study (e.g. Electrical/Mechanical/Energy/Environmental/ Engineering, Building Environmental
Science, Architectural/Building Science, etc.)
Professional designation such as a Certified Engineering Technician/Technologist (CET), a Certified Energy Manager (CEM) or a licensed professional engineer of Ontario (P.Eng) is preferred.
2 to 4 years progressive experience in an energy reduction-focused role preferably within the commercial real estate field.
Strong knowledge in HVAC, lighting and building automation systems in relation to system energy efficiency performance, and operation and maintenance.
Previous experience with writing technical reports and preparing technical documents
Proven ability to communicate both verbally and written.
Demonstrated experience in project management and the ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously.
High proficiency in office-computer applications (i.e. Microsoft Excel, Word, Visio, Project and PowerPoint, AutoCAD, MSSQL, etc.).
CORE COMPETENCIES AND SKILLS:
Excellent oral and written communication skills
Proficient at reading mechanical, architectural and control drawings and project documents.
Team facilitation and leadership
Excellent problem solving skills
Proven project management skills
Ability to interact effectively with individuals at various levels, including with operations staff and contractors
Advanced analytical and problem solving skills and proven ability to develop practical and creative solutions
Strong prioritization and organizational skills
Are you up for the challenge? At CF, we believe our people are core to our success. Join our award-winning team, where your talent and commitment to excellence are welcomed, valued and respected!
Accommodation for applicants with disabilities during the recruitment, assessment, and/or selection process is available.
- Energy efficiency engineer | Ottawa, ON
NC-Lavalin follows exceptional standards in health and safety, ethics and compliance, and protection of the environment. It undertakes to carry out high-quality projects within budgetary limits and established deadlines, to the full satisfaction of its customers.
The Energy Management Engineer will be an internal resource to the engineering team as well as a specialist consultant to the client base. This resource will play a key role in advancing the knowledge and services provided in the energy management sector on behalf of SNC-lavalin.
To carry out the technical surveys to ensure the quality and accuracy of energy simulation models and reports.
Manage, evaluate and comment on statistical comparisons between the energy consumption of various buildings;
Produce and write technical reports such as; Energy audits, feasibility studies and detailed studies;
Review and approval of energy simulations leading to the identification of the main items of energy consumption and the possible energy efficiency measures;
Assess the economic impacts of the energy measurements selected. Analyze the profitability of projects through the use of indicators such as: PRI, TRI, NPV and overall cost
Manage and deliver energy management projects while coordinating both internal and external resources
Interpret the results of energy simulation software;
In depth understanding of construction practices and equipment selections to provide integral assistance to design teams in guiding design bases;
Prepare and submit documentation to granting agencies and permitting authorities
Management, guidance and preparation of documentation for energy efficiency credits for projects requiring LEED accreditation.
Business development to increase services offered and market share in the local and national energy management industry
Build and manage client relationships to ensure growing and repeat business
Cross selling and discipline engagement where synergies exist
Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering;
Professional Engineer Designation (P.Eng)
LEED Accredited Professional (an asset)
Minimum 8 years of experience in a related field in the local market
Remain highly engaged in the energy management industry to increase the energy management services offered by SNC-Lavalin
Specialization in mechanical engineering / building mechanics;
Experience in commissioning and retro commissioning with a focus on energy efficiency
Be a part of the Canada Green Building Council’s experienced modelers list (an asset); BEMP Certificate “Building Energy Modeling Professional” (an asset); Experience in consulting engineering (an asset); Local and national network of energy conscious clients to whom energy services can be offered to increase SNC-Lavalin’s presence in the local and national market Knowledge of the following software: Word, Excel, TRACE, EE4, DOE2, SIMEB, SWIFT, RETSCREEN, EQUEST, CANQUEST, GLHPRO, GS 2000, THERM, WINDOW; Knowledge of 3D modeling software (such as Revit) (an asset); Knowledge of CAD and capable of drafting and making modifications to drawings Language: English, Bilingualism is an asset Only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted. We are an equal opportunity employer. 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).Successful applicants will be notified about SNCLavalin’s accommodation policies at the time the employment offer is extended, and the information will be shared with new personnel during the on boarding process. Worker Type Employee Job Type Regular
- Business Development Manager | Toronto, ON
Organization: Canadian Institute for Energy Training (CIET)
Immediate Supervisor: Executive Director
Employment Type: Full Time
City: Toronto-based, telecommute position
Start Date: March 2017
Founded in 1996, the Canadian Institute for Energy Training (CIET) is the largest organization in Canada specialized in providing training services related to energy efficiency (EE).
Collectively Fighting Climate Change
EE is by far the quickest, easiest and most logical way to fight climate change and CIET is dedicated to participating in Canada’s efforts to accomplish ambitious climate change mitigation targets. Over the past 21 years, we have been a proud leader in providing top-notch EE training and have offered more than 25,000 training-days in Canada. CIET now offers over 80 training sessions each year in most provinces, ranging from 1-hour live online training sessions to 9-day certification programs.
Responsible for developing new customer accounts and managing existing client relationships in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) and throughout Ontario.
Analyzes, plans and implements sales and marketing activities, tactics and strategies that will expand the Company’s business in the Energy
Efficiency (EE) Training market.
› Participates in developing strategies, forecasts and establishing sales targets.
› Develops leads to potential new customers. Calls on existing and potential clients to identify their current or prospective needs and provide information about company services.
› Establishes relationships of trust and confidence with existing clients to invite returning business and valuable referrals.
› Delivers sales presentations to effectively relate company services to potential customers’ needs.
› Prepares training service offerings.
› Represents the company at GTA conferences and events and actively attends business development activities as needed.
› Attends CIET training sessions in the GTA to ensure ongoing training effectiveness.
› Monitors the EE market focusing on Ontarian and Canadian markets.
› Participates in establishing and maintaining partnerships.
› Seeks out subsidies and sponsorships.
› Prepares and implements the marketing plan for training services across Canada.
› Ensures/manages CIET online marketing activities.
› Coordinates the design and development of various promotional tools.
› Assists the Executive Director in the strategic development of CIET, notably by preparing market, service, and business opportunity reports.
› Bachelor’s degree in business, sales or other relevant field
› Minimum 3 years of experience in business development, sales or marketing
› Professional presentation, selling and interpersonal skills
› Good English writing skills
› Proficient use of Microsoft Office Suite software
Your Attractive Assets
› Experience in the Energy or Environment sector
› Knowledge of French
› Established network of contacts in the Energy Efficiency sector
› Experience in managing corporate social networks and web promotions
› Knowledge of Google AdWords, Google Analytics and SEO
› Experience in graphic design
Join a team which embraces excellence, respect and innovation in the booming field of climate change.
Please send your resume and cover letter by email (email@example.com) by February 17, 2017.
While we appreciate all applications we receive, we advise that only candidates under consideration will be contacted.
- Communications & Social Media Coordinator | Ottawa, ON
Organization: NAIMA Canada
Representing Canada’s Mineral Fiber Insulation Manufacturers
Position Type: Full-time Indeterminate
Salary: Commensurate with Education & Experience
Job Location: National Office – 150 Laurier Avenue West, Ottawa
Ideally located by public transit, restaurants and parks
Who We Are
NAIMA Canada is an association for manufacturers of mineral fiber insulation conducting business in Canada. We were established to promote energy efficiency and environmental sustainability through the use of insulation, to encourage safe production and installation of insulation materials, and to support improved comfort for the occupants throughout the home or building’s lifetime.
NAIMA Canada asserts that:
• increasing insulation in homes and buildings decreases the energy required to heat and cool spaces, resulting in lowered electricity bills and reduced greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions;
• properly insulated homes and buildings improve the comfort of indoor spaces;
• indoor air quality is improved with the use of insulation products, including products that have been certified by GREENGUARD.
NAIMA Canada envisions an energy-conscious Canadian population who strive to live and work in green buildings, specifically net-zero energy buildings, and who recognise that well-insulated building envelopes and properly vented structures help save on energy by avoiding waste through air leakage.
We are a small team of dedicated, enthusiastic and professional individuals committed to promoting insulation and energy efficiency. We encourage new ideas, creative solutions, integrity and hard work. We continuously strive to create a dynamic and welcoming work environment. We create a culture of learning and personal and professional growth. We encourage and offer the opportunity for mentorship. We juggle a variety of work activities that allow us to take on new challenges and develop new skills. We value a positive and collaborative work environment above all, striving for continuous improvement, and at all times treat each other with respect. We work very closely with our Washington office to share innovative research, programs and policies as well as best practices.
• We are naturally curious and innovative, and enjoy collaborating on new ways of approaching a task or challenge.
• We work autonomously and together in teams, knowing that we each bring our own expert contribution to the organization.
• We are not shy about asking for help and we celebrate each other’s strengths.
Overall Summary of Duties
Reporting to the Executive Director, the Communications and Social Media Coordinator will provide services in support of NAIMA Canada’s members and the Association’s brand. The incumbent is an agent of change, responsible for the creation of high quality content and maintenance of communication products aimed at our membership, stakeholders and the public.
• Developing and implementing a social medial plan/strategy that will engage, inform and inspire our membership, stakeholders and the public.
• Measuring and monitoring internal and external communications outcomes, gathering metrics and adjusting plans/strategies accordingly.
• Advance NAIMA Canada’s website and online presence, to continue to be the industry’s authority on insulation information.
• Manage the Association’s e-newsletter, distributed to staff of NAIMA Canada’s member companies.
• Provide support to the Executive Director and Technical Director where necessary.
• Help develop and execute on government and public relations campaigns.
Education & Experience:
Post-Secondary Degree or Diploma in communications, public relations or a related field, and recent practical work experience in executing social media activities;
– or –
An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered.
• Knowledge of the latest social media platforms with an ability to determine the best applicability of each.
• Demonstrated ability to implement tactics to help maintain and strengthen organizational awareness and messaging.
• Demonstrated ability to work with a variety of stakeholders as well as demonstrated writing and presentation skills to a variety of audiences.
• Detail-oriented with excellent organizational and time management skills, and the ability to prioritize and handle multiple tasks and competing deadlines.
• In-depth competency in Word, Outlook, Excel and PowerPoint.
• Self-starter who thrives in an environment where he/she can be equally successful working independently as well as collaboratively in a team environment.
Hours of work: The hours of work are from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm, Monday to Friday, though some flexibility is available. There may be a requirement to travel within Canada and the US specifically Washington, D.C. for meetings and conferences.
Although not required, the following would be welcome additional qualifications:
• Demonstrated ability to develop and deliver communications strategies and plans
• Exposure to media relations and public relations practices.
• Competency in graphics development.
• Website scripting.
• Previous Association or nonprofit experience.
Please send resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. NAIMA Canada is looking to fill this position ASAP, and will assess applications as they are received. Accordingly, there is no closing date for this posting. The application process for this posting will close when we have received a sufficient number of qualified applicants.
Accommodations will be provided at all stages of the hiring process. We ask applicants to make their needs known in advance.
We thank all applicants for their interest in this opportunity. Only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
- Energy Efficiency Specialist | Burlington, ON
Organization: Renteknik Group Inc.
The Specialist will report to the Senior Project and Energy Efficiency Manager.
Roles and Responsibilities:
Participate in proposal process as required
Conduct Site Visits for the purpose of quoting, scoping studies, energy audits, as applicable
Site Visits to include:
Visual inspection of building and Systems/Equipment
Collection of relevant data, including but not limited to historical energy data, recent upgrades/replacements of Equipment
Physical layout of Mechanical room or applicable facility areas
Estimation of Utilities (electricity, natural gas, propane etc) using appropriate measuring equipment or best engineering practices
Participate in design validation and testing of installed Systems/Equipment
Perform Technical Analysis of HVAC and Refrigeration Systems, building envelope etc.
Assist in the design review of Mechanical, Electrical, and Building Automation Systems
Post analysis, work with Engineering team to define energy conservation and management strategies
Provide written Reports (external or internal) with analysis findings, implementations and recommendations for optimization of
Refrigeration/Cooling System as applicable
Participate in design validation and testing of installed Systems/Equipment
Participate in IESO programs: application submissions, LDC Report submissions, third party Project validation
Conduct comparison studies of different technologies as required
Interact with Client, Renteknik Team and Sub Contractors as required to provide information , support and ongoing communication regarding
Engineering tasks throughout Project
Manage technical content of product datasheets (specification tables, application diagrams and equipment drawings)
Develop Mechanical and Electrical drawings in 2D and 3D CAD, Visio or applicable software
Manage/maintain all Project documents and communications
Update Project, schedules, correspondence, pertinent information as required in Company Project Management Software
Participate in Energy Management Projects and Testing: Cire3, SCADA, sub metering as required
Bachelor of Engineering Degree or Diploma (Preferred)
Experience with 3D CAD software (AutoCAD) (Mandatory)
Experience with design software (Visio) (Mandatory)
Experience with Commercial HVAC systems (Preferred)
Knowledge of Electrical Systems and Controls (Preferred)
Experience with or knowledge of Energy Audits (Preferred)
Experience with Microsoft Project or related Project Management Software
Strong interest working in a growing business with cutting edge technologies in Energy Efficiency and Renewable Technologies
Positive attitude working in a constantly changing environment
Job Type: Full-time
Required license or certification:
- Project Engineer, Energy Efficiency | New York, Montreal and Quebec City,
(4 positions: New York, Montreal and Quebec City)
Ecosystem is seeking a passionate and multi-talented specialist in energy efficiency design and implementation. The Project Engineer will actively contribute to all stages of project development—from design to construction—as a member of a multidisciplinary technical team of engineers. This small and versatile team is responsible for the success of multi-million-dollar projects, and the new Project Engineer will play several roles, from number crunching to construction management.
Supporting the sales team in identifying clients’ needs;
Developing technical concepts and the associated written documents required by the sales team;
Developing Energy Conservation Measures based on the clients’ needs and financial parameters;
Managing the procurement process (professionals, equipment, subcontractors), including tender calls, quotation assessments, negotiation and contract management;
Preparing and submitting budget estimates, updating progress and reviewing cost tracking reports;
Managing client expectations and maintaining relationships;
Performing regular site visits to assess compliance with design, drawings and specifications, and applicable codes and regulation;
Organizing meetings, as required, with the client, subcontractors and internal resources to resolve issues and ensure smooth project implementation;
Monitoring project performance to ensure that anticipated energy savings are attained.
Bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering
3 to 5 years of relevant experience
Experience as a Mechanical Engineer within construction/building industry
Experience in designing energy efficiency projects
Proficiency in MS Office Applications (strong Excel skills)
Strong analytical capability and problem solving oriented
Solid planning and organization skills
Excellent written and spoken communication skills
Compensation and Benefits
Ecosystem is an equal opportunity employer offering a competitive compensation package including health insurance
40-hour week (flexible hours)
Occasional travel to Montreal and Quebec City
Great working conditions in a friendly work atmosphere
High performance culture where each employee can make an impact