About Indigenous Clean Energy
Indigenous Clean Energy (ICE) is a not-for-profit that advances Indigenous-led capacity building and collective action in Canada’s clean energy transition 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 amplify, accelerate and assert Indigenous leadership in the clean energy transition. This drives us towards our vision of a collaborative, community-driven clean energy future led by Indigenous Peoples.
ICE is a fully remote workplace with hybrid options for those who live in the Ottawa area. We also offer a compressed and flexible work schedule.
ICE is searching for a Learning and Evaluation Manager to lead evaluation of project impacts coordinated by ICE. This role involves strategic planning, continuous improvement efforts to enhance skills, drive operational excellence, and foster leadership growth. With experience in facilitation and development, they will oversee training deployment, knowledge sharing, and a culture of continuous learning.
The successful candidate with also be someone who can cultivate a culture of continuous learning and reflection. This role involves designing, implementing, and overseeing learning initiatives for self-awareness, growth, and improvement. If you’re passionate about driving learning and reflection and have a strong background in educational and evaluative methodologies, we invite you to be a part of our team.
- Emphasize and prioritize the measurable impact of the ICE’s programs and initiatives.
- Ensure that all activities are aligned with the overarching goal of creating meaningful and sustainable change.
- Lead efforts to evaluate the organization’s program objectives and outcomes to ascertain their contribution to larger systemic changes.
- Support the creation of new learning materials to align with evolving operational needs.
- Manage and update training deployment status through the Learning Management System (LMS).
- Develop leadership development programs focusing on performance management, career development, conflict resolution, employee engagement, and change management.
- Utilize data-driven insights and metrics to analyze the broader effects of programs on the target population and the overall community.
- Facilitate engaging training sessions, managing onboarding journeys for new employees and supporting skill development.
- Provide coaching to team members, addressing operational processes, systems, products, and leadership skills.
- Design and deliver end-to-end training programs, workshops, and curricula to ensure a high-quality learner experience.
- Facilitate dynamic virtual training, employing adult learning principles and diverse teaching methods.
Education, Experience & Skills
- 4-year Bachelor’s degree in Business, Community regional planning, Environmental Science, Sociology, Indigenous studies or relevant field, or equivalent years of experience
- Minimum one year of experience in program evaluation or a similar field
- Experience with facilitating presentations
- Familiarity with Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, SharePoint)
- Experience working with Indigenous communities is a definite asset.
- Proficient English language writing, editing and speaking is essential. Bilingualism is a strong asset
- Knowledge and demonstrated ability to comprehend, and process, program impact metrics
- Knowledge and understanding of contemporary concerns and issues related to Indigenous communities in Canada
- Strong writing and verbal communication skills in both plain language and academic styles;
- Strong understanding of Indigenous Clean Energy projects and how they relate to the national and global energy transition
Salary Range: $72,370 – $78,350 annually
Closing Date: December 13, 2023
Location: Remote Position
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