Manager of Sustainable Transportation

Position Summary

Indigenous Clean Energy (ICE) Social Enterprise is seeking a full-time manager to help us grow the impact of our programming. The manager will spend a portion of their time delivering an initiative that sees electric vehicle charging stations installed in Indigenous communities across Canada (funded through NRCan’s Zero Emission Vehicle Infrastructure Program). The rest of their time will be spent developing resources related to electric vehicles and other sustainable transport options including biofuels and hydrogen. As needed, they will support other ICE teams with programming related to sustainable transportation.

This role will include designing and executing an outreach strategy, creating and administering contracts, supporting communities in project implementation, and completing project reporting. This work will be undertaken with the support of the Director of Programs, Communications Manager, and others as needed.

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

  • Defining project timelines, workplans, and budgets

  • Collaborating with Communications Manager to develop and implement an outreach and promotion strategy.

  • Interviewing, assessing, and recommending project applicants.

  • Developing and managing funding agreements with Indigenous communities and organizations.

  • Completing reporting as required.

  • Developing tools and resources as needed for sustainable transportation and electric vehicle charging infrastructure.

  • Sharing results and success stories through the ICE Network.

  • Supporting other ICE Programs as needed.

Education, Experience & Skills

  • Strong interpersonal skills and ability to cultivate, develop and manage good working relationships.

  • Excellent organizational skills and ability to meet deadlines.

  • Demonstrated experience delivering capacity building and/or funding programs.

  • Previous experience working with First Nation, Métis and Inuit communities.

  • Working understanding of electric vehicles and related infrastructure is an asset.

  • Excellent computer skills, including Microsoft Office, and web tools.

  • Bilingualism will be considered an asset.

      Attributes

      • Strong willingness to learn and ask questions.

      • Proactive communicator who is comfortable working in a remote environment.

      • Able to take initiative and work with minimal supervision.

      • Excellent time management, organization and prioritization skills. 

      Status: Full-time term contract 

      Location: Remote Work

      Compensation: $57,200 – 61,910 commensurate with experience + benefits

      Applications Deadline: June 13, 2022

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