Special Projects Coordinator

Position Summary

Indigenous Clean Energy Social Enterprise (ICE) is seeking a multi-talented team member to join our growing Bringing It Home initiative which focuses on Indigenous energy efficiency opportunities. This person will play a key role on several emerging projects for the team including energy efficiency research, project financing, and curriculum development. The Special Projects Coordinator will explore and synthesize information and help turn it into tools and resources that support community-led energy efficiency projects. In the short term, this role will support research related to energy efficiency financing options and the barriers faced by Indigenous communities in participating in energy efficiency efforts. The Special Projects Coordinator may also support the development of resources and programming for ICE’s energy advisor training program and energy efficiency capacity building program.

In collaboration with the Director of Programs for Bringing It Home, the Research Coordinator will synthesize reports, coordinate and complete interviews and focus groups, analyze data, and develop outcome reports and resources.

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.


  • Collecting information from existing data (reports, research, case studies, etc.)

  • Preparing surveys and questionnaires

  • Planning and organizing interviews and focus groups

  • Analyzing findings for use by ICE programs

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

  • Write reports based on research

  • Identify project needs and develop tools to fill those needs

  • Build relationships with sector experts

  • Support other Bringing It Home projects as needed

Education, Experience & Skills

  • Possesses excellent communication skills, both written and verbal;  
  • Experience in data collection, interviewing, and data analysis

  • Knowledge of energy efficiency considered an asset

  • Experience working in Indigenous housing, considered an asset

  • Demonstrated experience synthesizing data into useful outputs

  • Able to stick to strict deadlines and prioritize workload

  • Strong verbal and written communication skills

  • Skilled at problem solving with the instinct to follow processes and best practices.

  • Bilingualism will be considered an asset.


    • Interest in energy efficiency

    • Team player who enjoys working collaboratively with other

    • Proactively identifies and addresses potential challenges

    • Eye for trends and insights



    Status: Full-time term contract (10 months, with the possibility of an extension)

    Location: Remote 

    Applications Deadline: Jan. 28, 2022