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Intermediate Designer (Energy Modeller) | Toronto, ON

Organization: SNC-Lavalin

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


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

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

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

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

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

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

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Energy Modeler | Dartmouth, NS

Organization: Stantec

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Manager, Facilities Services, Energy | Burnaby, BC

Organization: British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT)

BCIT is seeking a regular, full-time Manager, Facilities Services, Energy to join our Facilities and Campus Development team. This position is responsible for providing Institute leadership in developing high-level greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction policies, projects and programs for BCIT’s existing built and operational environment while delivering a professional service delivery model. The position oversees the Energy Reduction division by leading staff, consultants and contractors to effectively achieve GHG reduction targets through system upgrades, change management and operational excellence using sound judgment and leadership experience. This position is partially funded by BC Hydro.


Provides direction in consultation with other senior leaders within Facilities and Campus Development (FCD), BCIT schools and other services departments on projects and programs to ensure energy/GHG, water and waste reductions are highlighted and integrated within programs, projects and operations.

Develops reports and policy proposals for the Institute related to energy/GHG water and waste reduction practices.

The primary focus of this role is to ensure BCIT’s energy/GHG, water and waste usage is meeting or exceeding all mandates as set forth by municipal, provincial and federal governments.

This position has broad latitude for decision making with primary control through general policy and guidance from BCIT senior leadership.

Supervises an average of 10 contractors and consultants working on specific Energy/GHG projects and programs.


  • A generous Total Compensation package which includes extended health and dental benefits and a competitive pension plan.
  • Professional Development Funds and opportunities for career development.
  • Tuition waivers for BCIT courses.
  • Subsidized parking and fitness facilities.
  • Wellness and Employee Assistance programs.


Minimum Qualifications:

  • Master’s degree in Business Administration or Environmental Management (or its equivalent).
  • Registration as a Professional Engineer is an asset.
  • Completion of energy efficiency training such as AEE Certified Energy Manager, CIET Energy Management Training or Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) professional accreditation is also an asset.
  • Five to ten years’ experience in similar roles within the post-secondary or government sectors focused on organizational excellence in GHG reduction. Experience in GHG reduction should be in planning, project or program execution and operations within electrical and lighting systems and/or mechanical systems.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication.
  • Must possess leadership capabilities.
  • Computer literacy with common software such as Microsoft Word and Excel.

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Energy Manager | L'Orignal, ON

Organization: Ivaco Rolling Mills

Ivaco Rolling Mills is with a very well established company and leader in its industry in Canada is seeking a qualified Energy Manager to fill a vacancy in its Energy Department.


Assist the Energy Director in coordinating and administrating the day-to-day operation of utility energy programs, such as:

  • energy conservation projects focusing on: Natural Gas, Electricity and water;
  • monitoring energy consumption (performance against standards and benchmarks);
  • administers internal Energy Management System (EMS) and Metering and Monitoring

System (MMS) and all related system hardware and software;

  • energy consumption calculations;
  • assist with the development and implementation of various policies and procedures.

Supervise and manage all energy conservations activities and projects;

  • Identify and recommend equipment and operational strategies to maximize operating efficiency


  • 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 and steel fabrication would be an asset;
  • Bilingualism is an asset (English & French).

We offer a competitive wage and benefits package.

All interested applicants should forward their resumes, in confidence, to:

Ivaco Rolling Mills
P.O. Box 322, Hwy. 17
L’Orignal, Ontario
K0B 1K0

Attention: Human Resources

(Only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.)

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Energy Manager | Toronto, ON

Organization: Triovest Realty Advisors


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


We create sustainable places that enhance communities and enrich relationships.



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


As an Energy Manager, you will be responsible for:

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


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

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

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Energy Account Manager / Building Performance Specialist – BC | Vancouver, BC

Organization: BGIS


The Energy Account Manager / Building Performance Specialist will be responsible for the program management, account management, client relationship management and service delivery management for assigned client accounts and assigned programs and projects.

The technical responsibilities of the role will be to provide building energy engineering and re-commissioning services to optimize building systems and operations for the purpose of achieving greater energy savings for assigned portfolios.

The management responsibilities of the role will be to be responsible for ensuring a high level of satisfaction, identifying and development of additional services and delivery of all service obligations.


Account Management / Client Relationship Management

  • Acts as the primary client interface for the assigned account(s). Client representatives with whom this position typically interacts with are at the director level
  • Develops and builds effective relationships with clients and ensures client satisfaction
  • Manages client expectations with respect to scope definition of energy related services contained within the master services agreement
  • Conducts regular meetings with clients to understand and anticipate needs
  • Provides feedback to internal stakeholders on potential offerings for assigned account(s)
  • Recommends and sells additional services based on understanding of clients’ needs

Service Delivery Management

  • Acts as the primary point of contact for service delivery for assigned account(s)
  • Establishes key performance indicators and client expectations jointly with clients and other relevant stakeholders
  • Project manages and collaborates with relevant stakeholders to deliver services and to ensure service level agreements and key performance indicators are achieved
  • Conducts regular meetings with clients to solicit performance feedback and identify areas for improvement
  • Collaborates with relevant stakeholders to close performance gaps relating to performance metrics, where required

Program Management

  • Develops, recommends and executes program plans for assigned account(s)
  • Identifies and executes utility incentive rebate program opportunities for the assigned account(s)
  • Responsible for overall management, tracking and reporting of utility cost guarantees (utility guaranteed maximum GMAX). Presents and reviews utility management reports to clients
  • Develops clients’ understanding of energy best practices to enable achievement of greater energy efficiencies
  • Seeks input from client for possible reasons for building energy inefficiencies identified
  • Creates and implements corrective action plans in collaboration with the client and facility management operations team to address building energy efficiencies

Energy Retrofit Project

  • Reviews current state of building equipment and identifies energy savings opportunities
  • Conducts analysis to determine project costs and expected energy savings
  • Prepares proposals summarizing project costs, expected energy savings and rationale for energy retrofit projects
  • Provides technical guidance to project managers for building energy retrofit projects
  • Reviews and/or develops scope of work in collaboration with project managers
  • Provides recommendations for new product selections and current product upgrade opportunities
  • Assists in the development of measurement, verification and monitoring methodologies to verify energy savings

Re-commissioning Projects

  • Reviews current state of building operations to identify opportunities to improve occupant comfort and energy savings
  • Provides recommendations for in-scope activities for re-commissioning projects
  • Assists in the development of procedures to perform re-commissioning activities
  • Performs re-commissioning activities such as making operational and system programming changes
  • Develops documentations outlining findings, operational and system programming changes performed

LEED Certification

  • Provides subject matter guidance to clients to assist in the attainment of LEED certification for facilities
  • Conducts building operations and equipment audit and documents findings
  • Prepares reports providing descriptions of building systems and structural conditions as well as maintenance procedures that affect energy consumption
  • Provides recommendations for energy conservation projects to support LEED certification attainment
  • Other duties as assigned

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

JOB-RELATED EXPERIENCE: More than ten years

Knowledge & Skills

  • University degree or community college diploma in a relevant field such as mechanical engineering, building science or building engineering, environmental management, preferred; or University degree or community college diploma in business administration
  • More than 10 years of account management and program execution work experience
  • Excellent oral and written communication and interpersonal skills. Comfortable and at ease in a lead presentation role.
  • Previous experience in engineering, energy management and energy auditing
  • Good understanding of the facility management business and financial role played by energy management
  • Previous experience with energy deregulation within North America and management of utility providers
  • Previous experience with energy procurement strategies
  • Strong skills in developing internal reporting systems, benchmarking and target setting
  • Good analytical and problem solving skills
  • Understanding of process mapping and knowledge of ISO documentation standards
  • Knowledge of Building Systems including Building Automation Systems, HVAC, lighting, central plants, etc.
  • Project management experience
  • Knowledge of curtailing strategies to reduce Peak Demand

Licenses and/or Professional Accreditation

  • Professional Engineering designation or equivalent
  • LEED™ Accredited Professional designation or equivalent
  • Certified Energy Manager (CEM) from Association of Energy Engineers, an asset

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ENERGY STAR Program Officer | Ottawa, ON

Organization: Natural Resources Canada (Government of Canada)

Deadline: 08/03/2017


The Office of Energy Efficiency at Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) is seeking a resourceful and enthusiastic communications professional & project manager for the role of ENERGY STAR Program Officer. The successful candidate will be responsible for communicating the critical role that energy efficient products play in helping Canadians save energy, save money, and save the planet. Key experience includes developing and delivering marketing strategies, developing engaging content, top-notch writing, and data-driven decision-making. In addition to joining a dynamic team, this position will allow you to work with colleagues and stakeholders across Canada on one of the government’s key priorities.

NRCan offers an excellent benefits package that includes a pension, health and dental plans, and flexible work arrangements. Salary range: $67,241 to $72,660.

Apply today! Applications due Thursday August 3

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Manager, Outreach Renewables | Calgary, AB

Organization: Energy Efficiency Alberta (EEA)

Deadline: 07/30/2017

Description: Competition #: EEA107


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.

A new agency, a new way to think about energy, a new career opportunity for you!

Are you an innovative, highly-motivated professional, who thrives working in a fast-paced environment and is passionate about renewable energy? If so, Energy Efficiency Alberta (EEA) has an exciting and unique opportunity for you to consider!

Reporting to the Director of Market Development, the Manager Outreach Renewables will develop, coordinate and track tasks related to renewable energy programs and services. The position will be responsible for building awareness of EEA programs and supporting the development of renewable energy promotional materials; trade ally network development, training and education; and building partnerships with stakeholders within Alberta’s renewable energy industry. This position will support the development, implementation and coordination of outreach opportunities, plans and strategies and will provide updates and raise the Agency’s awareness of emerging issues related to renewable energy.

To be successful in this role, the position will utilize creativity to determine how to best present results and messaging to ensure participation, understanding and acceptance. Excellent time-management skills will be exercised in order to manage project and meet tight deadlines. Strong writing, speaking and presentation skills will be routinely applied.

Post-secondary education in a related field (Canadian Solar Institute, Certified Energy Manager (CEM), etc.) and a minimum of 3 years of experience working within the renewable energy industry is required. MS Office software experience, including, MS Word, Project, Visio, Excel, and PowerPoint to create documents, track project progress, and develop visual representations is essential. Experience with solar photovoltaic technology (e.g. system components, load profiles, calculations) and other distributed generation technologies is an asset. Prior renewable energy project software (e.g. RETScreen, PVWatts) experience is desirable.

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 EEA. Candidates specifically interested in professional level positions within EEA’s market communications and development business unit are welcome to submit resumes for consideration.

Apply directly by email by sending your resume to When applying, please submit your cover letter and resume as one file, quoting the Job Title and Competition # in the subject line of your email and documents included in your application. As part of your cover letter please include why you are interested in EEA.

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) – 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:

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Executive Director, Centre for Climate Change Management | Hamilton, ON

Organization: Mohawk College

Status: Full Time

Campus: Fennell

Payband: 14

Salary Range: $107,288 to $143,050

Posting Date: July 7th, 2017

Closing Date: July 28th, 2017 – 7:00pm EST

Mohawk College educates and serves over 30,000 students at three campuses and two City School locations in Hamilton, Ontario. As a leaders in health and technology education, and the largest trainer of apprentices in Ontario, more than 115,000 students have graduated from Mohawk. Among its many achievements, the College has:

· ranked #1 for student satisfaction among all colleges in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton area for six consecutive years;

· ranked#1 for graduate satisfaction for the past four years;

· been named one of Hamilton-Niagara’s top employers for four years;

· achieved the status as one of the top 15 colleges in Canada for applied research; and

· been named one of Canada’s greenest employers for four years.

The Joyce Centre for Partnership & Innovation is currently under construction at our Fennell Campus and will open in Summer 2018. This 96,000 square foot net-zero building will support College applied research activities, provide new classrooms and labs with a focus on sustainability, and will be the home for the new Centre of Climate Change Management.

Centre for Climate Change Management (CCCM) 

Mohawk College, the City of Hamilton and the City of Burlington will partner to coordinate efforts to tackle climate change in the Hamilton and Burlington area, while developing and sharing best practices across Ontario and beyond. The Centre for Climate Change Management will demonstrate how a regional approach to climate action in Ontario can support the emissions reduction goals of the Province. Please see the attached link for media coverage of this exciting initiative:

The key objectives for the Centre are to:

· Support the goals and actions of municipal, provincial, and federal governments to mitigate climate change by reducing carbon emissions within our communities;

· Strengthen regional collaboration on climate action and partnerships between key stakeholders;

· Develop standardized approaches to emissions baselining, management, measurement and reporting for Ontario’s college sector;

· Develop curriculum and work-integrated learning opportunities to prepare students for employment in the low-carbon economy; and

· Create tools to assist businesses in transitioning to, and thriving in, the low-carbon environment.

The Centre for Climate Change Management will consist of three major components:

· A Campus Carbon Management Office that will establish a college-based and transferable model to baseline and plan for emissions reductions campus-wide;

· An Industry Partnerships Office that offers work integrated learning opportunities for students, and support (in the form of tools and training) to business and industry to comply with and succeed under cap and trade through achieving greater efficiency and reducing emissions from their operations; and

· A Bay Area Climate Change Coordinating Office that will provide the governance and implementation structure necessary for the collaborative implementation of Burlington’s Community Energy Plan and Hamilton’s Climate Change Action Plan.

The Executive Director, Centre for Climate Change Management 

To lead this exciting new venture, you will need to be a strategic, visionary leader, with the ability to identify and action new opportunities and inspire staff, partners, industry and community stakeholders to accelerate climate action in the region.

Key Responsibilities and Accountabilities: 

– Develop strategic and operating plans for the CCCM;

– Provide operational leadership, structure and processes to realize the goals of the CCCM;

– Develop, maintain and leverage relationships with partners, government, and other stakeholders to further the goals of the CCCM;

– Promote the CCCM by communicating its objectives and results and advocating on its behalf; and

– Ensuring the coordination and coherence of the Centre’s various projects.

Position Requirements 

Significant experience in a related role, and a proven record of championing and advancing sustainability issues and programs.

Expert knowledge of climate change issues and opportunties, and the Province’s Climate Change Action Plan and Cap and Trade Program.

Exceptional communicator with the ability to understand and communicate complex, technical concepts persuasively to government, business leaders, community stakeholders and the media.

Master relationship builder with the the ability to inspire, influence and forge consensus with mulitiple stakeholders and partners.

Demonstrated innovative and strategic thinking skills, proactive with a track record of identifying opportunities and developing and delivering pragmatic solutions.

Extensive experience in project, financial and human resources management.

Experience in planning and managing multiple deliverables in complex governance structures.

Experience working with institutional and municipal organizations and their respective senior staff and governance structures.

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Intermediate Energy Modeller | Brampton, ON

Organization: exp

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

Your Challenge

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

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

Your Responsibilities

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

The Skills and Knowledge You Bring

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

What exp Can Offer

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

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

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Sustainable Buildings Consultant | Toronto, ON

Organization: Stantec

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

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

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

Key responsibilities include: 

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

Your Capabilities and Credentials: Your Capabilities and Credentials: 

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


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


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Engineering Manager | Burnaby, BC

Organization: Hilton Vancouver Metrotown

The Hilton Vancouver Metrotown is the newest addition to the Crescent family in Canada. Just steps from the Metropolis at Metrotown shopping centre and Skytrain, this hotel features 283 contemporary rooms, executive lounge, full-service restaurant and lounge as well as 15,000 s/f of banquet space.

Join our team of hospitality professionals who are building our success based on passion and expertise. We understand that a positive work environment directly translates to our focus on promoting a positive, diverse work environment. We are currently looking for energetic and passionate individuals with an interest in developing their career.

The Hilton Vancouver Metrotown is looking for a hands on Facilities Manager to join our established Maintenance Team. The role is responsible to manage all aspects of maintenance staff on a daily basis. Direct, coordinate and performs routine, preventive and emergency interior / exterior maintenance and repairs to obtain optimum efficiency and economy of hotel operations, ensuring compliance with all corporate/franchise standards and local and provincial codes and regulations to protect assets, guests and associates.

Be familiar with and comply with the hotels mission and standards in performing maintenance activities. –
Maximise maintenance team potential with a balanced focus on operations, guests, employee and owners satisfaction. –
Prioritise, plan, schedule assign and supervise the engineering department staff. –
Oversee the maintenance tasks, work orders and special projects ensuring timely and accurate completion. –
Respond to guest’s maintenance needs promptly and ensure guests receive professional, efficient prompt and courteous service to Hilton standards. –
Maintain the physical appearance and operational efficiency of the hotel including physical, mechanical, electrical, plumbing etc. –
Ensure proper records are kept relating to all equipment for the hotel including repair and service records. –
Ensure that stores have adequate stocks of materials, equipment and tools and are kept in a clean and safe environment. –
Take responsibility for the cleanliness and safety aspects of all areas of responsibility. –
Ensure the proper use and periodic maintenance of all equipment. –
Perform daily and weekly property document inspections. –
Ensure property, grounds and work areas are maintained to standard and that all safety equipment and conditions are to code. –
Provide training to staff on supplies, inventory, maintenance and ordering procedures. –
Train engineering department staff on correct maintenance procedures and assists in repairs. –
Develop, implement and manage energy conservation programs for the property to minimise expenses. –
Responsible for quality service, meeting/exceeding financial goals, short and long term planning and day-to-day operations. –
Maintain franchise standards and follow-up on inspection deficiencies. –
Ability to work a variety of shifts, including weekends and holidays. –
Must be able to recognize potential safety hazards and security problems in the hotel and act upon each accordingly. –
Be skilled in several areas such as HVAC, electrical, carpentry, dry walling, painting, plumbing, and roofing. –
Must be able to troubleshoot and repair routine mechanical and electrical malfunctions in hotel systems and equipment. –
Excellent command of English, both verbal and written. –
Self-starting personality with an even disposition. –
Climbing, reaching, bending, standing, walking and routinely lifting 25 lbs to 50 lbs. –
Experience in preventative maintenance, energy management, fire safety, and health and safety. –
Demonstrated leadership and organizational skills. –
Previous management experience involving maintenance of Budget, Forecasting, Inventory & Cost Control, as well as budget preparation. –
Minimum of five years maintenance experience and three years management experience preferably in a hotel environment.

Only those applicants with authorization to work in Canada will be considered for career opportunities.

Hilton Vancouver Metrotown thanks all applicants for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

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

Organization: Ethos Energy

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

Job Responsibilities

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

Required Skills / Knowledge

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


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

Education Requirements

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

Physical Requirements

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

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Senior Energy Modeller | Vancouver, BC

Organization: WSP Global Inc.

WSP is currently seeking a Senior Energy Modeller to join our Sustainability and Energy Group, located at one of the offices below. Reporting to the National VP of Sustainability & Energy, this position will be responsible for enhancing our industry reputation, providing technical mentorship and leadership to the national energy modelling team, and helping to advance the practice of performance modeling within WSP. Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Kitchener, Toronto or Ottawa.


Inspire the performance modeling team to deliver top of market projects;
Accountable for the overall quality assurance and client satisfaction on building performance analysis projects and how the team collectively meets clients’ needs;
Manage client expectations and ensure client satisfaction;
Partner with clients to define project targets and success factors;
Support the management of operational, budgetary, and financial responsibilities and activities of the regional performance analysis team;
Provide technical analysis and/or support during the design and construction process;
Provide guidance on energy modeling to other project teams;
Be an active member of the integrated design team;
Contribute to practice development and our knowledge management system;
Work as part of a design team to provide input on energy conservation measures and make recommendations for cost effective improvements;
Perform energy modeling and analysis on new and existing buildings;
Use a wide range of performance simulation tools to analyze energy efficiency;
Provide technical coaching, mentorship, and development of staff
Review design documents (plans, specifications, shop drawings) as they are developed to ensure that the intended energy efficiency measures are bein incorporated into the design;
Update energy simulations as the design progresses;
Support the development of proposals including pricing, scope development, and client interaction; and
Other duties as assigned.


Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering or Applied Science;
Registered Professional Engineer in at least one of BC, Alberta, Manitoba, Ontario (more than one provincial registration considered an asset);
Minimum 10 years of demonstrated proficiency in building performance analysis/energy modeling (IESVE, eQuest, EnergyPlus or TRNSYS are preferred);
Experience with Building Sciences, Lighting, Electrical systems, and Envelope;
Fundamental understanding of mechanical systems and HVAC equipment;
Understanding and knowledge of Architectural, Electrical / Mechanical Drawings;
Proven ability to work effectively both in a team-oriented environment and independently;
Demonstrated ability to meet deadlines;
Effective communication skills including verbal, written and presentation skills;
Strong multi-tasking and organizational skills;

Being on the following lists considered a strong asset:
CaGBC approved Energy Modeller
BC Hydro approved Energy Modeller
USGBC energy model reviewer; and​ Experience with Daylight Modeling and/or Thermal Comfort Modeling and/or CFD considered an asset;
Bilingual English/French is an asset.

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Energy Advisor | Burlington, ON

Organization: Amerispec

$75,000 – $100,000 a year

Looking for a new, exciting, meaningful career in the Energy industry? Look no further! Amerispec of Burlington is currently looking to immediately add one or more Home Energy Advisors to our current team. Immediate starting position if previously certified. If our candidate requires training and certification, starting date will be determined. Our trained, Certified Home Energy Advisors are certified through Natural Resources Canada. www.nrcan.gc

Previous experience in the home building or construction industry is a great fit. Home Inspection or energy efficiency training o related experience is a plus! What is an energy advisor? An energy advisor is an individual who conducts EnerGuide home evaluations on behalf of service organizations licenced by Natural Resources Canada. Energy advisors provide third party expert advice to homeowners looking to improve energy efficiency of their homes, and can also work with builders who wish to use the EnerGuide Rating System (ERS) in the planning and design stages of heir new constructions. Energy advisors help ensure homes labelled under NRCan’s energy efficiency housing initiatives meet the requirements of the respective standards. Conducting these Home Energy Assessments not only qualifies these homeowners for potential rebates, but it also provides them a wealth of knowledge about their home and how they can be more energy efficient. This in turn can translate into saving money on your utility bills as well as reducing their carbon footprint on our one and only planet. To become an AmeriSpec Certified Energy Advisor, you’ll need pre-requisite skills, an equipment package, training and certification to provide these services. Pre-requisite skills: Home building and/or construction background. A minimum of 2 years experience in the building/renovation industry, Home Inspector training or experience in construction. Energy efficiency related field industry would be helpful also. You must also be computer literate, physically fit, have post secondary education and have good communication skills in English. Equipment requirements: Full time use of a reliable, newer vehicle. Blower Door equipment (we can provide this for you ) Laptop computer with 1GHz or higher with colour printer, digital camera Scanner High speed internet connection. Step ladder and a selection of hand tools Advisor Training includes: Building science classroom courses using the “house as a system” approach Field Training on residentialhomes,Computer software training and assistance (HOT2000)Preparation for NRCan Exam Advisor Certification: Only after successfully completing the NRCan Certification exam will you be officially certified. The online exam is two hours long, administered by NRCan. AmeriSpec Inspections of Burlington will assist with all course and exam fees upon successful completion of each. We offer the best in industry compensation packages for the right team member! If you are interested in pursuing a career in this eco-friendly and highly interesting industry,

Job Type: Full-time


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Technical + Policy Analyst | Calgary or Edmonton,

Organization: Pembina Institute

Technical + Policy Analyst – Clean economy, distributed electricity generation

The Pembina Institute is seeking a highly motivated individual to join its Alberta team as a Technical and Policy Analyst with a focus on distributed electricity generation to undertake research and develop and advocate for solutions to accelerate Alberta’s transition to a clean energy economy. We are seeking a highly driven and resourceful person with a minimum of three years of relevant technical experience in energy/environment, strong analytical skills, a solid work ethic and a drive to succeed. The incumbent would support the Institute’s research and policy advocacy related to distributed generation and renewable energy. The candidate should have proven project management experience and the ability to thrive with limited supervision.

While this job posting is aimed at individuals who have between three and eight years of relevant experience, we are also interested in hearing from applicants who fall outside this range. We are open to challenging our preconceptions of this role to accommodate the right person.

After the historic climate policy change announcement by the Alberta government in 2015, the hard work of implementation has begun. We need people who can work with government, industry, aboriginal communities, and the non-government sector to successfully implement climate policy, advocate for progress on non-climate issues, and demonstrate to Albertans that a transition to a clean energy economy is inevitable and will create new and sustainable economic opportunities.

This full-time (40 hours per week) position is located in either our Calgary or Edmonton office and may require travel and overtime.

Find the full job description and information on how to apply here.

Application deadline: Midnight on July 1, 2017.

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Mechanical Engineering Technologist | Burnaby, BC

Organization: Prism Engineering

Mechanical Engineering Technologist (Building Energy Systems) Prism Engineering Ltd. is a BC consulting firm that has specialized in energy management since 1990. We are committed to delivering innovative and quality engineering services to meet our clients’ needs. We employ a team-based approach for every project and we achieve superior performance through our talented group of professionals. Prism strives to provide our employees with the opportunity for personal and professional growth.

We are currently seeking a qualified candidate to work with our Energy Team. The ideal candidate will have a technical background with knowledge of HVAC systems and building control systems. You should be familiar with building energy and utilities analysis (MT&R). The ideal candidate will have an interest and experience in energy efficiency and sustainability.

Carry out energy data analysis including energy histories review and regression analysis, baseline and CUSUM analysis, system specific energy modeling and building energy modeling
Gather operational and functional performance data to assess equipment operation and identify deficiencies and opportunities for improvement
Assist others and conduct energy audits, analysis and evaluations of energy savings in the area of existing commercial, institutional and industrial building mechanical and electrical systems
Assist in the review of DDC controls sequences, review and evaluate program code from various DDC system manufacturers and identify opportunities for control optimization
Assist in the design of HVAC and controls upgrades for energy retrofits
Conduct preliminary and detailed cost estimates for energy upgrades
Provide support for the preparation of tender packages for procurement of equipment, installation and commissioning of upgrades and site reviews of installations
Research industry technologies and applications
Research, develop, assemble training and educational materials for energy management
Support project management of company projects, including project planning, proposals, scheduling, project supervision, technical content and review, client liaison, invoicing and profitability
Assist in marketing of services and issuing proposals
Take part in the improvement of Prism products and services

Qualifications and Experience

Minimum two years technologist diploma preferably with BCIT SEMAC,Certified Energy Manager designation or similar
Experience in the Energy Management Engineering field, analyzing and conducting energy management related studies and projects is an asset
Experience in determining energy savings opportunities, energy savings calculations, computer simulations, building automation, and energy monitoring and tracking is an asset
Ability to communicate and interact well with clients, building users, project managers, contractors, and product suppliers in a professional manner
Familiarity with BC and Vancouver Building Codes, Canadian Electrical Code, ASHRAE, and other applicable codes and standards
Computer literacy including proficiency in MS Word, MS Excel, and MS Outlook
Excellent problem-solving skills
Proficient verbal and written communication skills
Business and report writing skills
Knowledge of marketing and sales management philosophy

This is a contract position. We offer competitive compensation with a great work environment with excellent opportunities for skills expansion. We are an equal opportunity employer and encourage applications from all qualified persons.


To be considered for this position, applicants must send their resume with a covering letter combined as a single PDF file with the filename “

FirstName-LastName- Mechanical-Engineering-Technologist.PDF” to . Please include the position you are applying for in the subject line of your email.

This position will remain open until filled. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.

We thank all applicants in advance for their interest in our organization, but regret that only candidates under consideration will be contacted.

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Energy Efficiency Engineer | Toronto, ON

Organization: QPS Evaluation Services Inc.

QPS Evaluation Services Inc . is an Accredited Third-Party Testing, Certification and Field Evaluation Body headquartered in Toronto, Ontario, where our main state of the art testing laboratory is located. We also have engineering service offices in various locations in Canada, the USA and Europe.

We employ the finest engineering and support staff with the highest level of expertise and the best customer service attitude.

We are currently looking for an experienced Energy Efficiency Engineer. The successful candidate will assist us in expanding and maintaining our current scope of Accreditation with NRCan and the EPA and will also oversee testing projects, conduct testing and provide support to other staff and customers world-wide. The Engineer will evaluate the test results for compliance, prepare reports and communicate the results to the customer based on a good understanding of the EE Standards and requirements.

We offer a competitive salary and an excellent health benefits program.

Qualifications :

University Degree in Engineering or an Engineering Technology Diploma, from a Canadian accredited program or equivalent education and minimum 3 Years work experience in Energy Efficiency.

Job Type: Full-time

Required experience:

Energy Efficiency: 3 years

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Project Engineer | Toronto, ON

Organization: Nexant

Nexant Canada is seeking a Project Engineer, to be based in our Toronto office.

• Mid-level engineering and analysis support: data collection, project research, energy analyses, etc.
• Conduct primary and secondary data collection efforts as well as data analysis.
• Conduct measurement and verification (M&V) activities for installed energy efficiency measures.
• Conduct market characterization studies in energy efficiency.
• Conduct impact evaluations and cost-effectiveness analyses for energy efficiency programs.
• Analyze utility and energy efficiency program data utilizing Excel or other analytical software, identifying trends, summarizing program events, and identifying causal impacts on program results.
• Develop survey instruments and research design.
• Work independently and in teams to conduct tasks related to primary and secondary research projects and participate in research efforts.
• Meet with clients to present findings and recommendations at client meetings.
• Technical report writings; contribute to draft reports, including results and actionable recommendations.
• Publish papers and other research material.
• Support senior staff with development of presentations, papers and proposals.

• Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field (i.e. engineering, environmental science with a focus on energy efficiency / energy management).
• 3+ years of experience in an energy-related field, preferably in a consulting environment.
• Demonstrated proficiency with Microsoft Office programs including Word, Excel and Outlook.
• Demonstrated ability to manage multiple tasks.
• An understanding of building systems, energy end uses and equipment, thermodynamics, and heat transfer.
• Energy assessments, analysis of energy data, and/or Measurement and Verification experience is desirable.
• Experience in energy modeling is a plus.
• Experience preparing draft reports detailing analytical findings.
• Excellent writing, communication, and computer skills are mandatory.
• Excellent oral communication skills.

Salary and Benefits (U.S.)

Nexant offers competitive salaries based on candidate’s qualifications. Nexant also offers three weeks paid vacation per year, eleven paid holidays per year, a 401(k) plan with employee matching funds and an overall comprehensive benefits package.

Nexant, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

About Nexant
Nexant is a globally recognized software, consulting and services leader that provides innovative solutions to utilities, energy enterprises, chemical companies and government entities worldwide. Founded in 2000 and headquartered in San Francisco, Nexant and its 650+ employees work from 32 global offices providing deep technical expertise and regional knowledge to improve customer engagement, boost operational efficiency, reduce costs and achieve superior business results.

Nexant supports clients through three distinct business units:

Nexant Energy Software has developed and commercialized a number of industry-leading software platforms and applications, including Nexant iEnergy®, Nexant Grid360™, Nexant iHedge® and Nexant RevenueManager®.

Nexant Utility Services works with clients to drive customer energy savings, ensure cost-effective program design, implementation and management, and promote customer engagement.

Nexant Energy & Chemicals Advisory provides strategic planning, project development, competitor analysis, market and price forecasting, and NexantThinking™, a subscription program and online product portal

Every day, Nexant employees partner with customers to reimagine the world we live in and create a more sustainable energy tomorrow.

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