Bringing It Home Program Coordinator

Position Summary

Indigenous Clean Energy Social Enterprise (ICE) is seeking a new team member to join our growing Bringing It Home initiative which focuses on Indigenous energy efficiency opportunities. This person will play a supporting role on several emerging projects for the team including energy efficiency research and training development and delivery. The Program Coordinator will explore and synthesize information and help turn it into tools and resources that support community-led energy efficiency projects. This role will support research related to the barriers faced by Indigenous communities in participating in energy efficiency efforts. The Program Coordinator will then move on to supporting the development and delivery of two new Bringing It Home’s programs: Energy Efficiency Project Accelerator and an Energy Advisor Training 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.

This position is being funded by CMHC’s Housing Internship for Indigenous Youth. Therefore applicants must be an Indigenous youth between the ages of 15 and 30.

We are an equity employer and encourage all interested people to apply. However, First Nations, Inuit or Métis candidates will be given priority, please self-identify. Travel within Canada and internationally may be required. Compensation commensurate with experience.

Responsibilities

  • Preparing surveys and questionnaires

  • Planning and organizing interviews and focus groups

  • Analyzing findings and drafting reports for use by ICE programs and funders

  • Maintaining an organized database of knowledge, tools, and resources

  • Developing energy efficiency program content and curriculum materials

  • Liaising with program participants including during recruitment, on-boarding and throughout their time in the program

  • Researching and getting quotes for services including accommodations, transportation, and supplies for training sessions

  • Coordinating participant travel

  • Coordinating with Indigenous and non-Indigenous industry experts and mentors

Education, Experience & Skills

  • Knowledge of energy efficiency considered an asset 

  • Experience working in Indigenous housing, considered an asset

  • Experience in data collection, interviewing, and data analysis

  • Demonstrated 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. 

      Attributes

      • Excited to help people learn and succeed

      • Interested in energy efficiency and Indigenous housing

      • Team player who enjoys working collaboratively with other

      • Able to identify challenges and work to address them

      Status: Full-time term contract 

      Location: Remote Work

      Compensation: $44,990 – $48,710 (commensurate with experience) + Benefits

      Applications Deadline: June 13, 2022

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