About Indigenous Clean Energy
The Indigenous Clean Energy (ICE) Social Enterprise is a pan-Canadian not-for-profit platform which advances
Indigenous inclusion in Canada’s energy futures economy through Indigenous leadership, and broad-based
collaboration with energy companies, utilities, governments, development firms, cleantech innovators, academic
sector, and capital markets.
Our mission is to stimulate collaboration that facilitates leadership by and meaningful collaboration with Indigenous Peoples in the transition to a clean energy future. This drives us towards our vision of a collaborative, community-driven clean energy future that respects the rights of Indigenous Peoples and enriches their communities.
ICE is currently hiring a Bringing It Home Project Accelerator Assistant on a full-time, one-year term with a possibility of extension. This position requires a commitment of 37.5 hours per week. Travel may be needed on an occasional basis for this role.
This position is being funded by CMHC’s Housing Internship for Indigenous Youth. Therefore, applicants must be an Indigenous youth between the ages of 18 and 30.
ICE is seeking a new team member to join our growing Bringing It Home Project Accelerator program, which focuses on Indigenous energy efficiency projects. The Program Assistant will support a range of activities, including but not limited to content development, communications, outreach, and logistics. They may also support special projects such as energy efficiency videos and other engagement tools. This person will be a critical part of the team with an eye to making sure all the small details get taken care of, ensuring all participants have the best experience possible in the program.
This is an incredible opportunity to make an impact on Indigenous housing and climate change at a national level. With built-in room for training and growth, this is an excellent opportunity for a young Indigenous person to advance their career and grow a national network.
- Supporting the development of program curriculum and resources such as templates, tools, guides, etc
- Maintaining, organizing, and updating existing resources and resource library
- Maintaining an organized database of knowledge, tools, and resources
- Assisting with content and curriculum material development
- Researching and getting quotes for services, including accommodations, transportation, and supplies for training sessions
- Logistics planning and coordination of participant travel
- Supporting the delivery of the virtual and in-person training sessions
- Assisting with various supportive tasks as needed
- Knowledge of energy efficiency considered an asset
- Experience working in Indigenous housing, considered an asset
- Experience turning information into useful tools
- Capable of using Microsoft Office software as well as other web-based tools like Asana
- Able to meet deadlines and prioritize workload
- Strong verbal and written communication skills
- Bilingualism will be considered an asset
Advantages of Working at ICE
- Flexible working hours
- Fully remote workplace with office space available in the Ottawa area
- 13 Statutory days off in a calendar year
- Compressed work week plan available after probationary period
- Full benefits package covered by employer after probationary period
- Two weeks’ vacation in a calendar year
- $1,000 RRSP contributions based on a calendar year
- Professional development opportunities
Closing Date: October 20, 2023
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