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|Open Date||Nov 13 2020 - 03:50:00 PM||Close Date||Nov 27 2020 - 11:59:00 PM|
|Position Title||Energy and Emissions Analyst||Posting Type||Non-Union|
|Posting Status||Active||Position Length||Permanent Full Time|
|Department Group||Energy, Infrastructure and Community Planning||Hours per Week||35|
|Education||College Diploma or Certificate||Experience||3 - 5 years|
|Salary Range||$70,632 - $88,260 (Grade 9 - under review)||Category||Facility Operations|
This position will analyze energy/utility use in City owned buildings and monitor greenhouse gas emissions across the corporation and community. The position works to advance a corporate culture of energy conservation and efficiency and support the implementation of both the Corporate Energy and Emissions Management Plan and the community Climate Action Plan.
Provide day-to-day management of energy/utility activities such as data collection and uploading to various systems, system monitoring and reporting and analysis of system data and utility bills.
Provide project management for design and construction of small energy related capital projects for facilities and other assets.
Complete measurement and verification of projects, and the coordination and training of staff resources.
Prepare energy models for current and future projects to assess the long-term impact on the City’s carbon neutral operations reduction target.
Provide energy advisory services to various project teams and departments including delivering presentations and leading staff / community engagement sessions.
Work with stakeholders to establish facility and department level targets and benchmarks, develop and distribute monthly corporate energy and emissions performance reports, and recommend improvements/solutions to building operators and management.
Assist with the coordination, implementation, monitoring and updating of both the Corporate Energy & Emissions Management Plan and the community Climate Action Plan and tracks energy and greenhouse gas emissions data for the community’s Climate Action Plan.
Research best practices and industry trends, keeping informed on applicable legislation and emerging areas of focus with respect to energy management, and sustainable low carbon building construction.
Investigate energy and sustainability grants, incentives, funding and partnership opportunities and complete applications and reporting as required.
Assist facility operations staff with identifying and troubleshooting issues with building systems and
Qualified applicants will hold a degree/diploma in Electrical, Mechanical, Energy Technology or Building Sciences, Engineering/Technology or related program. In addition, a minimum of three (3) years of experience leading to a good understanding of facility maintenance, renewal and operation is required along with significant exposure to facility energy management, energy management systems, energy modelling and greenhouse gas accounting.
Project management skills, excellent written and verbal communications skills, a proven orientation for detail and strong organizational skills to prioritize and manage multiple deadlines is essential. The successful applicant will also have a track record as a collaborative team player who can work independently and creatively to assist in developing new technical and behavioural solutions to promote a culture of conservation and achieve energy saving goals.
The following qualifications are considered to be highly desirable:
Certified Energy Manager (CEM),
Certified Energy Auditor (CEA),
Certified RETScreen Expert (CRE) or,
Certified Measurement and Verification Professional (CMVP).