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Net Zero Mechanical Engineer | Calgary, AB

Organization: Southern Alberta Institute of Technology

To Apply:

Please continue with the online application process through the SAIT careers website or Online applications are strongly preferred.

Closing Date & Time: November 14, 2017 by 11:59 PM MT

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Energy Efficiency Alberta - Various Opportunities | Calgary, AB

Organization: Energy Efficiency Alberta

Interested in a career at Energy Efficiency Alberta? We’re looking for people who are interested in making our province more energy efficient, keeping money in the pocketbooks of Albertans, and helping to build an energy efficiency industry that provides good jobs and opportunities for Albertans.

If that sounds like you, we encourage you to browse our job listings and apply.

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CEEA Chief Executive Officer | Ottawa, ON

Organization: Canadian Energy Efficiency Alliance

Company Information

Headquartered in Ottawa, the Canadian Energy Efficiency Alliance (CEEA) is the national body advocating for energy efficiency across the country. This independent, not-for-profit organization was originally established over 20 years ago to serve and unite the many stakeholders in the national and global shift towards a greener, more energy efficient economy and society. With increasing national focus on economic and environmental goals that greater efficiency supports, CEEA plays a critical and expanding role in supporting government, policy makers, businesses, consumers, energy companies and environmental groups in advancing the energy efficiency agenda.


Job Description

Representing an industry and issue in the limelight, further strengthened by Canada’s strong commitment to environmental stewardship and to the Paris agreement, CEEA is moving into an exciting new phase and is seeking a dynamic Chief Executive Officer to drive growth and expand on its existing and well-established brand. Reporting to the governing board, the CEO will be responsible for growing CEEA’s membership, presence and impact in the market and for continuing to generate secure and sustainable funding. Responsible for an annual budget of nearly a million dollars, the CEO will also build and mentor a team that supports CEEA’s strategic agenda.

As an ideal candidate, you are passionate, entrepreneurial, and business-minded with proven success in both building and growing organizations. You are a champion for energy efficiency and know how to consistently demonstrate value to diverse stakeholder groups. Your credibility is supported by your strong financial acumen and relationship building skills. You lead by example to set the tone and culture of the organization and set key strategic objectives in conjunction with the Board and other stakeholders within the context of Canada’s economic goals and climate change commitments. Key components of success include ensuring a strong and sustainable bond with current and future membership, consistently validating CEEA’s impact through active networking and results-based delivery, as well as achieving energy efficiency policy wins across the country.

Flexible, diplomatic, and dynamic, you thrive in “start-up” situations and you have relevant experience in a senior leadership role. You are a strong communicator and you have established relationships with key stakeholders including the federal and provincial governments, academia, industry, non-governmental organizations and charitable foundations. Your experience in executing change management, fundraising, policy, standards, and advocacy is a fundamental pillar of success. Fluency in both national languages is an asset.

For more information on this outstanding opportunity, please contact Joanne McMullin of Odgers Berndtson Executive Search at 613-667-0127 or email to To apply in confidence, please visit:

Canadian Energy Efficiency Alliance is an equal opportunity employer. In accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005, upon request, accommodation will be provided by both Odgers Berndtson and CEEA throughout the recruitment, selection and/or assessment process to applicants with disabilities.



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Certified Energy Advisor | Vancouver, BC

Organization: JRG Building Engineering Inc.

$40,000 - $45,000 a year

JRG Building Engineering is hiring a Certified Energy Advisor for New Homes to join our dynamic team, located in Vancouver.Certified Energy Advisors in BC provide energy evaluations for homeowners. This includes conducting blower door tests and air quality tests on new homes in the Lower Mainland.Our firm is creating this CEA position within our team to meet the demands of the new BC Energy Step Code. We are seeking a candidate who is energetic and enthusiastic about exploring opportunities to bring energy efficiency to jurisdictions that will be developing increased energy efficiency requirements in the near future.


Successful completion of an approved training program as a CEA for New Homes in British Columbia
Successfully passed the NRCan examination for CEAs in BC
Previous experience in home energy auditing preferred
2-4 years’ experience within the home construction and renovation industries
Candidates may own their own blower door equipment, or JRG Building Engineering can offer assistance in providing this equipment
Candidates should have their own E&O insurance, or JRG Building Engineering can offer assistance in procuring this insurance
Experience auditing and modelling in Hot 2000 software
Have a clean BC Class 5 Driver’s Licence


Schedule and perform energy audits on residential homes around the Lower Mainland
Create Hot 2000 reports based on the findings of your home energy audits
Communicate with homeowners and builders to schedule audits
Build, increase and maintain relationships with residential builders in the interest of growing the CEA branch of the JRG Building Engineering firm.

A company vehicle and laptop will be provided for the successful candidate. JRG also offers a cellphone allowance for candidates who join our team.

Benefits will also be provided.JRG Building Engineering is a building envelope engineering firm located in Kitsilano. Our team provides building engineering services to builders and homeowners across the BC Lower Mainland.To apply for this position, please email your resume and cover letter via the link provided.

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $40,000.00 to $45,000.00 /year

Job Location:

Vancouver, BC

Required experience:

Certified Energy Advising: 2 years

Required license or certification:

Class 5



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Energy Manager | Ottawa, ON

Organization: Carleton University

$73,579 - $98,703 a year
Duties and Responsibilities: Reporting to the Director, Energy and Sustainability Services, the Energy Manager is responsible for Conservation Demand Management, development of an Energy Management Plan for energy efficiency gains, Identification of potential energy efficiency projects and their delivery within the facilities at Carleton University.

Qualifications: The incumbent must possess the following qualifications:
• Strong computer skills, proficient in MS Office suite of products
• Experience in conducting research and identifying potential energy efficiency projects
• Excellent interpersonal skills
• Communicate effectively and concisely, both oral and written
• Strong presentation skills
• Skilled negotiator
• Strong customer focus
• Results oriented
• Ability to multi-task and manage multiple priorities
• Independent, organized, self-motivated and with excellent problem solving skills

Education and Experience: The above is normally acquired through a profession designation as a certified engineering technician or technologist, certified energy manager, or a licensed engineer in the province of Ontario. This along with a minimum of five years of program coordination and energy efficiency project experience or equivalent. Must have a valid Class G Driver’s license.

Candidates who meet these qualifications through equivalencies are encouraged to apply.

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Manager, Capital Programs | Edmonton, AB

Organization: Government of Alberta

$6,125 - $8,243 a month - Full-time, Temporary (2 year)
In the role of Manager, Capital Programs, you will lead and support a team of professionals that provide support to Indigenous peoples and communities engaging in renewable energy projects, business development, and entrepreneurship. You will provide guidance to the team for program delivery, grant processes and supporting collaborative partnerships and relations with provincial and federal departments, municipal governments, and Indigenous communities and organizations.

Under the direction of the Director, Economic Development, the Manager oversees the delivery of the Aboriginal Business Investment Fund, Alberta Indigenous Green Energy Development Program, and the Aboriginal Business Development Services with Alberta Aboriginal Capital Corporations and The Business Link. The Manager contributes to ensuring Indigenous communities and individuals are active participants in Alberta’s economy. Through building and maintaining relationships this role is instrumental in support to Indigenous communities to achieve economic outcomes and maximize the Ministry’s program investments while impacting the economic diversification and jobs within and for Indigenous communities.

The Manager is expected to provide support and advice to other GoA ministries engaging with Indigenous communities and organizations. The team, and Manager, is expected to engage with Indigenous community-owned businesses to support community economic development, specifically as it relates to emerging and expanding business opportunities and renewable energy. Facilitating information sessions, working groups and chairing meetings to build capacity in economic development, understanding program criteria and building rapport with communities and across government is vital.

Within this busy, ever changing work environment it is key that the Manager can work alongside team members to achieve priorities and meet program mandates. The ideal candidate will have exceptional analytical skills and sound judgment, strong communication and negotiating skills, and the ability to influence others to ensure the support and engagement of stakeholders. Knowledge of barriers and best practices in economic development, strong relationships and experience with Indigenous organizations and communities, and a strong ability to exercise discretion and diplomacy in a highly sensitive political environment are key to success. Strong competencies to lead, coordinate and/or participate in specific strategic initiatives across the GoA, work collaboratively with the team to develop solutions to complex problems, and to prioritize multiple priorities to meet deadlines are critical. The ability to coach and develop staff to enhance their capacity and professional growth is fundamental to the team’s success.


University graduation in a related field (Economics, Business Administration, Commerce, Political Science, Renewable Resource Management, etc.) and a minimum of four years of progressively responsible related experience is required. Past experience in a leadership/supervisory capacity is desired.

Experience in business development and community economic development is preferred. Facilitation skills is an asset. Knowledge of Indigenous cultures, history, governance structures, law and protocols, and experience working with Indigenous communities is desired. Knowledge of financial and grant management is an asset. Knowledge of climate change and green energy systems (Alberta’s electricity system) is also an asset. Equivalencies will be considered.


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

Essential competencies for this role include:

Systems thinking : Considers emerging trends and political sensitivities when contributing ideas to the development of broader priorities, strategies and approaches.

Develop Networks : You are able to proactively build networks while connecting and building trust with different stakeholders.

Agility : Ability to anticipate, assess and readily adapt to changing priorities and work effectively in a changing environment.

Develop Self and Others : Supports the development of others by providing specific, constructive, timely and regular feedback. Gives individualized suggestions for improvement.

Drive for Results : Identifies ways to exceed performance expectations. This may involve identifying potential efficiencies with initiatives, different ways of working in alignment with industry best practices, or opportunities to contribute to the work of others.


$3,062.51 - $4,121.25 bi-weekly


Please ensure you provide concrete examples in your cover letter of how you have demonstrated these competencies in previous work experience.

Travel is required throughout Alberta and rural communities.

This competition may be used to fill current and future vacancies across government at the same or lower classification.

How to Apply

Please provide a valid email address with your application as interview invites will be sent via email.

Online applications are preferred. As only one file can be uploaded, please ensure your cover letter, resume and any other related documents are submitted in one file Please ensure that this document is saved using the naming convention of your last then first name followed by the seven digit Job Opening ID number (Smith,Joe_XXXXXXX).

Applicants who apply online will be able to track the status of their application.

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

Applicants are advised to provide information that clearly and concisely demonstrates how their qualifications meet the advertised requirements, including education, experience and relevant examples of required competencies.

If you are unable to submit an electronic version of your resume, please submit your resume, quoting the Job ID, to: Human Resource Services Branch, Indigenous Relations, 20th Floor, Commerce Place, 10155-102 Street, Edmonton, AB, T5J 4G8

We thank all applicants for their interest. All applications will be reviewed to determine which candidates’ education and experience best meets the needs of the position. Only individuals selected for interviews will be contacted.

If you require any further information on this job posting, please e-mail:

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Energy Manager | Toronto, ON

Organization: Irving Tissue

At Irving Tissue, we recognize that the key to our success is our people. We are a family-owned and operated company that has grown to become one of North America’s leading manufacturers of household paper products. Irving Tissue produces both branded and private label bathroom tissue, facial tissue, paper towels, and napkins. Consumers know us by our Majesta and Royale brands. Our manufacturing facilities are located in Fort Edward, NY, Toronto, Ontario, and Dieppe, New Brunswick.

The Energy Manager is responsible for directing the energy reduction efforts for the Irving Tissue Toronto site. The successful candidate will set energy usage reduction targets while developing and implementing plans to achieve targets. They will work directly with utilities and available consultants to obtain and maximize available incentives for energy reduction.


Bachelor’ degree in Engineering
Registered Professional Engineer preferred
Certified Energy Manager Accreditation or equivalent experience And/or education
Experience implementing or delivering OPA Province Wide CDM programs
Familiarity with Conservation and Demand Measurement (CDM) measures for industrial, commercial or institutional customers
Knowledge of demand response program
Excellent organizational, communication and time management skills

Key Responsibilities

Establish and maintain an energy-management policy
Design and implement electric, natural gas, and multi-fuel, and compressed air energy efficiency programs
Devise a strategy for reducing energy costs and environmental impact resulting from energy consumption
Maintain a register of energy-saving opportunities and measure and verify the savings achieved
Monitor and advise on legislation and regulations related to energy usage
Keep abreast of potential energy and water saving products and practices
Analyze supply tenders and negotiate with bidders to maximize value of spending
Commission and supervise specialist consultants related to energy management
Conduct or arrange energy audits and surveys, performance tests and investigations
Collect weather statistics, occupancy and production figures, and other measureable variable factors which affect energy consumption
Analyze energy consumption histories on a regular basis to detect exceptions
Diagnose, investigate and rectify detected exceptions
Collate comparative data and yardstick figures for benchmarking purposes
Participate in energy benchmarking groups
Conduct or arrange staff awareness and motivation programs
Devise, commission and deliver or supervise energy training programs
Report on energy consumption and costs, associated transmission and distribution costs, budget variances, costs of exceptions, and savings achieved
Assist with the preparation of energy budgets


What We Offer:

Competitive compensation package
Plant bonus potential
Full benefits package
Wellness program

To Apply for this Career Opportunity:

Please apply online by October 23, 2017.

We appreciate your interest in our company! The initial review of applications will begin on the deadline date for applying. Applications received after the deadline may not be considered. Only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

For more information on our products and services, click here.

Irving Tissue, a division of Irving Consumer Products Ltd., is committed to the principle of equal opportunity in its employment practices and to providing an environment free from discrimination and harassment for all employees.

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Director, Buildings + Renewables Group | Ottawa, ON

Organization: CanmetENERGY

Government of Canada 95 reviews - Canada
Natural Resources Canada - Innovation and Energy Technology Sector, CanmetENERGY

$115,793 to $134,429 For further information on the organization, please visit Natural Resources Canada

Closing date: 13 October 2017 - 23:59, Pacific Time

Who can apply: Persons residing in Canada and Canadian citizens residing abroad. Apply online

Important messages The Government of Canada is committed to building a skilled workforce that is representative of Canada’s diversity, which includes the recruitment of Canadian Veterans and releasing Canadian Armed Forces personnel:

We encourage applicants to identify any abilities, competencies, and/or experiences acquired through employment with the Canadian Armed Forces where applicable.

Duties The Buildings and Renewables Group (BRG) focuses on improving the energy performance and resilience of technologies and systems in the built environment in order to mitigate the impacts of continued reliance on fossil fuels and to promote the uptake of renewable forms of energy.

Under the direction of the Director General of CanmetENERGY-Ottawa, the Director of BRG is responsible for initiating and leading R&D in the areas of housing and buildings, renewable energy technologies and smart communities.

The incumbent achieves these goals by managing a multi-disciplinary team of engineers, research scientists and technicians, coupled with in-house and external laboratory resources to conduct relevant research, demonstration and deployment of innovative technologies and systems. The incumbent works with and fosters relationships with industry, OGDs and academia to develop solutions that will accelerate the adoption of new technologies and systems in the marketplace.

This position is based at the CanmetENERGY laboratory facility in Bells Corners but also involves collaborative activities across several federal sites including NRCan’s offices at 580 Booth St., the Canada Center for Housing Technology (CCHT), which is located on the National Research Council’s Montreal Road Campus, and NRCan’s research laboratories in Varennes, QC.

Work environment CanmetENERGY is Canada’s leading research and technology organization in the field of clean energy. Its expertise, projects and unique facilities are driving solutions for cleaner production and use of energy resources. CanmetENERGY-Ottawa engages in research and development in the areas of energy efficiency, clean fossil fuels and renewable and alternative energy sources, in the transition to a low-carbon future. Our goal is to ensure that Canada is at the leading edge of clean energy technology development and greenhouse gas reduction. We are one of four national laboratories under the Minister of Natural Resources Canada dedicated to research, development and deployment of energy science and technology solutions for Canada.

CanmetENERGY-Ottawa’s mission supports the Minister’s mandate by leading the development of energy S&T solutions for the environmental and economic benefit of Canadians. We foster a broad range of successful research partnerships with manufacturers, academia, planners, builders, and all levels of government, by working collaboratively to identify, test and innovate products and processes beneficial to the lives of Canadians.

At CanmetENERGY-Ottawa, we strive for organizational excellence and demonstrate this commitment through our Silver Level Certification in theExcellence, Innovation & Wellness Standard provided by Excellence Canada. CanmetENERGY-Ottawa also supports its employees in achieving a work-life balance that allows them to continue to be successful in their careers while maintaining a healthy lifestyle.

Intent of the process A pool of qualified candidates may be established through this process to staff identical or similar EN-ENG-06 positions at Natural Resources Canada with various tenures (determinate period or indeterminate), various linguistic requirements (imperative and/or non- imperative), language requirements (English Essential, French Essential, English or French Essential and Bilingual) and profile(s) (BBB/BBB, CBC/CBC, CCC/CCC, etc.)), various security requirements, various conditions of employment and for various locations.

Positions to be filled: 1

Information you must provide Your résumé.

You must meet all essential qualifications in order to be appointed to the position. Other qualifications may be a deciding factor in choosing the person to be appointed. Some essential and other qualifications will be assessed through your application. It is your responsibility to provide appropriate examples that illustrate how you meet each qualification. Failing to do so could result in your application being rejected.

In order to be considered, your application must clearly explain how you meet the following (essential qualifications) Graduation with a degree from a recognized post-secondary institution in an engineering discipline relevant to the duties of the position and eligibility for certification as a professional engineer in Canada.

Degree equivalency

Experience in managing a multi-disciplinary team of engineers, scientists and administrative professionals in the delivery of energy R&D programs.

Experience in leading integrated strategic planning exercises in the area of clean energy supply, distribution or energy end-use.

Experience using partnerships or networks from both the public and private sector to leverage resources in order to deliver on R&D priorities.

Experience in preparing policy or program discussion papers and recommendations to senior level audiences or stakeholders on subjects related to energy technology innovation.

Experience in leading the development and delivery of collaborative R&D projects including proposals preparation, human and financial resources allocation and project management.

If you possess any of the following, your application must also clearly explain how you meet it (other qualifications) A post graduate degree from a recognized post-secondary institution in a related field.

Degree equivalency

Experience in the delivery of projects or programs internationally.

Experience authoring technical articles for technical or scientific journals in the energy-end use or renewable energy field.

Experience chairing standards committees or working groups.

The following will be applied / assessed at a later date (essential for the job) Bilingual - Imperative (CBC/CBC)

Information on language requirements

Knowledge of the make-up (capacity mix) of the energy sector and the relative contributions of fossil, renewable energy and buildings to Canada’s energy system.

Knowledge of the key public and private sector stakeholders in the built environment or renewable energy sector in Canada.

Knowledge of emerging technology trends related to Canadian end-use sector or renewable energy supply sector including challenges related to innovation in the relevant sector.

Knowledge of the principal technical, economic and/or social factors that stimulate or impede the development of higher performance in end-use technologies or renewable energy technologies in Canada.

Knowledge of relevant health and safety standards or practices as it applies to working in a laboratory environment.

Create Vision and Strategy.

Mobilize People.

Uphold Integrity and Respect.

Collaborate with Partners and Stakeholders.

Promote Innovation and Guide Change.

Achieve Results.

Ability to analyze problems and provide advice or recommendations to senior level audiences or senior level industry stakeholders.

Ability to prepare and deliver technical presentations to senior level audiences.

Ability to communicate effectively orally.

Ability to communicate effectively in writing.

The following may be applied / assessed at a later date (may be needed for the job) Natural Resources Canada is committed to establishing and maintaining a representative workforce. This organizational need may be identified as part of the appointment decision. In such cases, qualified candidates who self-declare as members of a visible minority group, Aboriginal peoples, persons with disabilities or women (in non-traditional occupations) could be considered in priority.

Willing and able to work flexible hours and overtime, as required.

Willing and able to travel, both domestically and internationally, as required.

Conditions of employment Secret security clearance

Willing and able to wear personal protective equipment (PPE), as required.

Other information References will be sought.
An interview will be conducted.
A written examination may be administered.

If you are selected for further consideration, please advise the person who will contact you of any accommodations you may require during the selection process.

Persons are entitled to participate in the appointment process in the official language of their choice. Applicants are asked to indicate their preferred official language in their application.

Candidates must meet the essential qualifications to be appointed to a position.

Candidates from outside the public service may be required to pay for travel and relocation costs associated with this selection process.

The hiring organization will accept applications on-line only. All job applications must therefore be submitted via the GC jobs website. To submit an application on-line, please select the button “Apply Online” below. Persons with disabilities preventing them from applying on-line are asked to contact 1-800-645-5605.

We thank all applicants for their interest in our position(s). For the purpose of this staffing process, only candidates selected for further assessment will be contacted.

The Public Service of Canada is committed to building a skilled, diverse workforce reflective of Canadian society. As a result, it promotes employment equity and encourages candidates to indicate voluntarily on their application if they are a woman, an Aboriginal person, a person with a disability or a member of a visible minority group.

The Public Service of Canada is also committed to developing inclusive, barrier-free selection processes and work environments. If contacted in relation to a job opportunity or testing, you should advise the Public Service Commission or the departmental official in a timely fashion of the accommodation measures which must be taken to enable you to be assessed in a fair and equitable manner. Information received relating to accommodation measures will be addressed confidentially.

Preference Preference will be given to veterans and to Canadian citizens, in that order.

Information on the preference to veterans

We thank all those who apply. Only those selected for further consideration will be contacted.

Contact information

Guylaine Naef


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Energy Auditor/Project Manager | Aurora, ON

Organization: MultiLogic Energy Solutions Inc.

$35,000 - $55,000 a year


Well established Energy Management Services Company in Aurora, Ontario that provides services encompassing engineering services and electrical contracting serving the Ontario market and beyond. We are seeking an Energy Auditor / Project Manager to join our team.


Conduct energy audits for lighting and controls in multi-residential, commercial and industrial buildings and prepare written reports.Assist with the identification and evaluation of energy efficiency measures, calculation of potential energy savings and evaluation of the most cost-effective solutions.Assist in the preparation of sales proposals including both technical and financial considerationsManage installation projects and provide liaison with contractors and customers. Develop installation schedules, budgets and track progress providing status reportsManage inventory control for individual projects from initial parts order to project completionCarry out a wide range of work, either independently or under general direction.


Ability to approach work assignments in a logical, structured manner with attention to detail in written reports.Capable of assuming responsibility and exercising independent judgement in the management of field installations.Excellent oral and written English communication skills with the ability to work with a wide variety of people including internal staff, contractors, suppliers and customer staff and managementAbility to schedule work to meet objectives in a cost-effective mannerAbility to multi-task.Ability to troubleshoot electrical installations would be an asset.


Post-secondary education at the College or University level in applied technology, the sciences or business management.Demonstrate an interest and basic knowledge of energy efficiency, lighting and electrical equipmentMinimum 1-2 years related work experience required.Personal transportation is required.Willing to work flexible hours as may be required on occasion.

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $35,000.00 to $55,000.00 /year

Job Location:

Aurora, ON

Required education:


Required experience:

Auditing: 1 year

Required license or certification:

Drivers License G

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Energy + Sustainability Analyst | Vancouver, BC

Organization: RDH Building Science Inc.


The Energy and Sustainability Analyst’s primary tasks will include building energy modeling and thermal modeling for code compliance, Passive House, LEED® and building energy studies under the direction of senior technical staff and project managers. Additional tasks may include energy benchmarking studies, energy economics, policy and Demand Side Management (DSM) program analysis, market studies, life cycle analysis, and other research and testing work.


Bachelor or Masters Degree in Applied Science or Engineering
Registration as an EIT, or eligibility for registration, is preferred
Additional courses related to building science, Passive House, sustainability, and energy efficiency
1-2 years previous related experience an asset


Strong interest in energy efficiency and sustainable building design
Excellent understanding of building science, heat transfer, and thermodynamics fundamentals
Knowledge of green building programs and energy efficient building principles
Experience with energy modelling software such as HOT2000, eQuest, OpenStudio, EnergyPlus, and/or DesignBuilder is an asset
Experience with the Passive House standard and PHPP modelling is an asset
Experience applying economic principles and conducting life-cycle financial analysis is an asset
Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills and strong investigative aptitude, including ability to troubleshoot energy models
Excellent ability to communicate with clients, peers, project managers, and management both verbally and in written format
Ability to build collaborative relationships with clients, staff, and consultants
Excellent attention to detail and organization skills
Advanced Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Excel skills
Good ability to shift focus between changing priorities in a fast-paced work environment


Perform whole building energy modeling, interpret results, make recommendations, and prepare reports documenting analysis and results
Perform research and analysis tasks for various building science and energy research projects. Compile, analyze and interpret data, prepare reports and presentations
Prepare reports, papers, and presentations to clearly and accurately illustrate findings and recommendations
Perform thermal (HEAT3, THERM, and WINDOW) analyses and prepare reports documenting analysis and results
Work with clients and utilities to collect energy consumption billing data; benchmark building energy performance using ENERGY STAR® Portfolio

Manager and other tools, analyze and interpret results
Perform energy efficiency assessments of existing buildings, identify areas to reduce energy consumption, complete energy savings estimates
Perform incremental costing of energy upgrade opportunities, and benefit-cost analyses
Work with utility DSM programs, including completion of energy measurement and verification studies
Provide energy policy and market research, including stakeholder surveys and data mining and analysis
Prepare energy related guidelines for government agencies


RDH is an employee-owned consulting firm with 200+ employees in nine offices across North America. Our core area of business is the integration of building science engineering, architecture, and construction management to optimize the performance of the building enclosure (walls, windows and roofs). Since our beginnings in 1997, we have become industry leaders in North America and continue to grow as we focus on technical excellence and delivering high-quality projects.

We offer a positive, team-oriented workplace with opportunities for professional growth, development and ownership. As well as your background, we seek alignment with RDH’s core values: 1) commit to excellence, 2) act with integrity, 3) work as a team 4) do what it takes, and 5) always learn.

Additional information on our expertise, projects, and culture can be found


Please submit your resume and cover letter in one PDF .Subject line – Energy and Sustainability Analyst (VAN).No phone calls please. While we appreciate all responses, only candidates under consideration will be contacted.

Please note that only those already entitled to work in Canada legally and permanently need apply. The salary is based upon the experience and qualifications of the individual employee.

Job Type: Full-time

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Senior Program Manager | Winnipeg, MB

Organization: Ecofitt Corporation

Company Overview

Ecofitt Corporation (Ecofitt) is a Canadian, conservation-focused manufacturer, wholesaler and supplier of products and programs. Our head office is in Mississauga, Ontario; Western headquarters in Calgary, Alberta and regional offices in Vancouver, British Columbia; Winnipeg, Manitoba and Longueil, Quebec. With a sole focus on energy and water conservation, we specialize in both product distribution and direct install program implementation services throughout Canada.

Job Summary

Ecofitt is expanding our Central Canada location in Winnipeg Manitoba. We are looking for candidates with experience delivering large scale programs and who are excited to take on new challenging programs and opportunities.

The Senior Program Manager will:

Provide direction and leadership for their respective project(s)
Ensure a cohesive project team and consistent project delivery to the client’s satisfaction
Lead the program planning, implementation and close-out processes while managing various other program deliverables
Manage budgets and resources to maximize efficiencies
Work closely with the Commercial and Residential Program Coordinators to ensure targets are achieved
Establish and grow relationships with key program stakeholders
Train and coordinate field staff that will engage and educate customers about energy efficiency
Work closely with the client(s) and program partners to achieve program goals

This role reports to the Regional Manager and will include supervision of Program Coordinator(s) and field-based staff.

Program Management Responsibilities:

Creates and executes project work plans and revises as appropriate to meet changing program needs and requirements.
Identifies resources needed and assigns individual responsibilities.
Manages day-to-day operational aspects of a project and scope.
Reviews deliverables prepared by team before passing to client, ensures timely and accurate invoicing and monitors project receivables
Effectively applies project methodology and enforces project quality standards.
Ensures project documents are complete, current, and stored appropriately.
Ensures project learnings and outcomes are captured and reported for future reference.
Understands how to create revenue projections and can make decisions based on this knowledge.
Tracks and reports team hours and expenses.
Manages project budget, including monthly review and reconciliation.
Understands project pricing model and expense management.
Identifies business development and “add-on” sales opportunities as they relate to a specific project.
Shares opportunities for project or client growth with Regional Director.
Effectively conveys corporate message for business development purposes.


Facilitates team and client meetings.
Participate in regular status meetings with project team.
Keeps project team well informed of changes to project scope and plan.
Effectively communicates relevant project information to project stakeholders, internal and external clients.
Ensures all program delivery partners are comfortable with the program scope and uses various forms of communication to ensure key messages, dates and information are delivered and understood.
Delivers engaging, informative, well-organized presentations and training sessions.
Resolves and/or escalates issues in a timely fashion.
Understands how to communicate difficult/sensitive information tactfully.
Develops lasting relationships with client personnel that foster ongoing relationships.
Communicates effectively with clients to identify needs.


Preferred skills / Experience:

A minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field including energy/resource management, business, marketing, etc.
Seven or more years of experience in managing projects and large project teams
Experience and strong interest in energy efficiency or environmental programs.
Experience managing large scale programs with various clients, including providing quality control and budget accountability.
Broad understanding of energy efficiency concepts, technologies, applications, and terminology.
Knowledge and/or familiarity of retail and sales channels.
Demonstrated excellent customer service and high level of professionalism.
Strong attention to detail.
Professional designations considered an asset include:
Project Management Professional (PMP)
Certified Energy Manager (CEM)

Professional skills:

Proven leadership skills and training
Excellent time management, prioritization and organization skills and the ability to effectively support multiple projects.
Exceptional interpersonal skills to effectively work cross functionally; source information, obtain approvals, build relationships, and provide sufficient influence to achieve success.
Strong analytical, problem-solving and decision making capabilities.
Excellent verbal and interpersonal skills; comfortable giving presentations and delivering training to various audiences
Ability to work independently, remotely and as part of a dynamic team.
Strong working knowledge of MS Office, Excel, PowerPoint, Adobe Connect and Google Applications with an aptitude to learn internal software and other relevant applications

Job Type: Full-time

Required education:


Required experience:

Program Manager: 5 years

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Energy Program Administrator | Toronto, ON

Organization: GreenSaver

About GreenSaver

GreenSaver is Ontario’s oldest not-for-profit energy efficiency organization. We’re an integrative company focused on solutions to conservation and the built environment. We work for electric utilities, gas utilities, homeowners, and contractors all in an effort to reduce energy consumption, lower costs and reduce our collective environmental footprint. And we’re proud of the work we do. We manage Conservation and Demand Management (CDM) portfolios and deliver Conservation Programs for utilities.


Stimulate and facilitate participation in Conservation Programs
Assist with follow up calls to active leads and to schedule assessments and installations
Connect and follow up with leads generated by LDCs
Aid Management team with application QA/QC
Assist with Management Team requests relating to program evaluation and regular reporting
Experience working with CDM application submissions
Acting as ‘eyes of perfection’ on incoming/outgoing invoicing, this could include review and summarizing tracked PDF files.
Maintain a database of all external vendors and keep this up to date
Maintain a systematic approach to project management status reporting.
Document new process and policies for project management
Other duties as assigned


Minimum 1-year work experience in a customer service role or Business to Business environment
Post-secondary diploma/degree in business, communications, environmental studies, project management etc. or, equivalent combination of education and experience
Excellent oral and written communication skills as well as superior interpersonal skills
Have the ability to plan ahead and manage work to meet explicit deadlines
Pro-active with a ‘can do’ attitude
Proficiency with customer relationship management software
Strong organizational ability
Be able to demonstrate initiative and pro-activity (a creative problem solver)
Solid attention to detail is a must

Job Type: Full-time

Required education:


Required experience:

Customer Service/B2B: 1 year

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Technical Services Officer | Ottawa, ON

Organization: Canadian Home Builders' Association

Canadian Home Builders’ Association

“The Voice of Canada’s Residential Construction Industry Since 1943”

Position Type: Full-Time Permanent Position

Salary: Commensurate with Education & Experience

Job Location: National Office - 141 Laurier Avenue West, Ottawa

Ideally located by public transit, restaurants and parks

How We Deliver Our Services

CHBA is the national level of one Association working at three levels – nationally, provincially and locally. Our members join alocal Home Builders’ Association (HBA), and in so doing also become members of the provincial and national levels of the Association. There are more than 60 constituent (local and provincial) HBAs in the Association.

Our membership is made up of over 8,500 leading companies from coast to coast to coast, including home builders, renovators, land developers, trade contractors, product and material manufacturers, building product suppliers, lending institutions, insurance providers, and service professionals.

Our industry represents more than $128B of economic activity and over 1 million jobs.

The members engaged at the national level of the Association are leaders in the industry and within the local and provincial levels of the Association – they are successful business people who volunteer their time for years to give back to the industry and support its overall success.

Each level of the Association works to support the members, and works with the government at its level (federal, provincial or municipal). The three levels of the Association collaborate to ensure a consistent approach towards real solutions that will benefit members and consumers alike.

CHBA is a federal not-for-profit organization governed by aBoard of Directorselected by the membership, supported by our professional staff.

At the national level, our system of committees and councils brings together industry experts from across the country to share information and ideas, collaborate on common issues, and formulate recommendations to governments to improve the quality, affordability and choice of homes for Canadians.

Our Team

We are a team of cross-disciplinary professionals working in a dynamic and welcoming work environment. There is a great deal of comradery in our day-to-day dealings with each other, our more than 60 constituent associations, our Board leadership, and our members. We juggle a variety of work activities that allow us to take on new challenges and develop new skills, and make use of the multi-disciplinary team we have on staff. We value a positive and collaborative work environment above all, striving for continuous improvement, and at all times treat each other with respect.

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.

Our Location

Located in Ottawa on Laurier Avenue, just beside the Lord Elgin Hotel on Elgin Street, CHBA’s new offices are a stone’s throw from Parliament Hill and key government agencies, where CHBA staff have meetings on a regular basis. The new space offers our staff a wonderful work environment, with new office furniture, high-tech boardrooms, a spacious kitchen, casual meeting and group work spaces, a dedicated video room and more. Connected to the Marriott and Metcalfe hotels next door, there is easy access to various amenities, including CHBA discounted rates for membership at the hotels’ fitness centre, pool, sauna and whirlpool facilities (of which all CHBA staff make use). Parking for vehicles and secure storage for bikes are available, and the location offers easy access to public transit and outdoor activity areas along the canal. Close to many restaurants and stores, the location provides quick access to Sparks Street, Elgin Street, the Rideau Centre and the Byward Market.

Overall Summary of Duties

Reporting to the Senior Director, Building Innovation, and in consultation with the Director, Technical Services, the Technical Services Officer is responsible for providing technical advisory services related to the residential construction sector. The incumbent is also responsible for providing programmatic support for related committees and councils.

Key Responsibilities

Provide Technical Advisory Services

Liaise with members, other associations, government, consultants and others to obtain and provide information and respond to technical inquiries as required
Liaise with national, provincial/territorial and municipal building officials to obtain and provide information as required.
Monitor industry technical challenges and R&D activities of interest to members
Identify sources and provide guidance and sources of information with respect to potential R&D solutions.
Facilitate research to identify and prioritize technical problems and support codes and standards development.
Support the development of technical information for education and training activities.

Provide Programmatic and Logistical Support to relevant Committees and Councils

Provide regular updates (e.g. presentations, seminars, web content, bulletins and magazine articles) on technical activities, opportunities and issues.
Coordinate technical information sharing among CHBA and other organizations, including program updates for education/training courses.
Participate as a member of the Technical Committee on the Canadian Electrical Code, Part 1.
Develop and maintain an inventory of model national, and provincial/territorial/ municipal, code recognition of referenced standards relating to the factory-certification of buildings (e.g. CSA-A277, -Z240 MH, -Z240.10.1 and Z241 ); and provincial/territorial/municipal testing and certification requirements.
Monitor proposed and adopted changes to codes and standards affecting the modular construction sector in particular; communicate with governments and members regarding industry positions, issues and opportunities; and prepare requests for changes as required.
Support technical aspects of CHBA’s Net Zero Energy Home Labelling Program, including its program requirements

Key Requirements

Education and Experience

Post-Secondary Diploma in Architectural Technology or a related field, and recent practical experience conducting research and communicating technical information to a broad audience;

- or -

An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered.


Current knowledge of industry technical challenges including proposed and adopted changes to codes and standards.
Demonstrated ability to identify sources of, and provide information and guidance on potential research and development solutions that may be of interest to members.
Demonstrated ability to work with a variety of stakeholders at all levels of government as well as demonstrated writing and presentation skills to a variety of audiences.
Passionate about finding creative solutions to technical problems.
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.
Enthusiastic desire to contribute to the overall success of CHBA.
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 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday to Friday, though some flexibility is available. There may be a requirement to travel within Canada to attend meetings. The incumbent may be asked to work overtime from time to time.


Although not required, the following would be welcome additional qualifications:

Previous experience providing programmatic and/or logistical support to a committee or council
Experience using HOT2000
Previous association or nonprofit experience

Please apply with a resume and cover letter. CHBA 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.

Job Type: Full-time

Required education:

High school or equivalent

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Manager, Energy Products | Toronto, ON

Organization: ecobee

Hi! We’re ecobee.

We are pioneers and innovators in the fast-emerging connected home and IoT industries. ecobee products are beautifully designed and incredibly smart.

They are connected devices which automate your home while helping you save energy and money. We’re headquartered in Toronto, and play on an North American scale.

We’re growing. In fact, we’re growing really fast. And, we’re looking for great people to join our hive.

Who Are You?

As the Manager, Energy Products on our Business Development team, you will be a strong voice within the North American Energy Sector with a background in Conservation and Demand Management. You are passionate about energy efficiency, energy conservation and demand response. In this role, you will be focused on designing consumer facing energy programs that save our customers money and energy while delivering a phenomenal customer experience.

What Will You Do?

Manage ecobee’s Bring-Your-Own-Thermostat (BYOT), Demand Response and EcoSave Rewards portfolio in both regulated and deregulated markets
Be the key driver of our day-to-day operational excellence, and the leader of future growth.
Work closely with the Product Manager, Energy Services to help develop and manage our suite of products & tools to continue our leadership position in the Energy industry.
Work with ecobee’s Utility Brand Manager to implement marketing programs for the portfolio of programs under your leadership.
Manage the relationships with our Energy ecosystem partners (i.e.: EnergyHub, ConnectedSavings)
Work in partnership with ecobee’s EVP, Business Development & Sales Directors and respond to RFP/RFI’s for Demand Response opportunities across

North America.
Execute on the business vision in both regulated and deregulated energy markets
Responsible for the P&L of the portfolio with a clear articulation and delivery of recurring revenue
Provide research and analysis of future potential business opportunities
Demonstrate the effectiveness of the portfolio by using data as the foundation for performance and decision making.
Deliver phenomenal customer experiences

What Experience Do You Have?

Deep knowledge of the Regulated and Deregulated energy markets across North America
Designed and implemented demand response projects and conducted the Evaluation, Measurement and Verification (EMV) of the program
Clear understanding of the intricacies of working with North American Investor Owned Utilities.
Success in delivering outstanding business performance.

Are you the one we’re looking for? If so, we would love to hear from you!

ecobee is committed to workplace diversity and will provide accommodation to applicants with disabilities throughout the hiring process

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Sustainable Energy Specialist | Saanich, BC

Organization: District of Saanch, Sustainability Section

Temporary Full Time Position
(Approximately 12 months)

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

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

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

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


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