[Sust-mar] Community Energy Proj. Coord., f/t, Enviro. Coalition of PEI, Charlottetown PEI

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Position: Community Energy Project Coordinator

Organization: Environmental Coalition of Prince Edward Island

Application Deadline: Sept. 21st, 2007

Job classification: Full-time for 40 weeks 

   (with the possibility of extension)

Start date: October 1st, 2007

Location: Charlottetown, PEI

Applicants must be under 30, a Canadian citizen, unemployed

or under-employed, and a graduate of a post-secondary


The Environmental Coalition of Prince Edward Island

(ECO-PEI) is a founding partner of the Atlantic Canada

Sustainable Energy Coalition (ACSEC). ACSEC takes action 

on climate change by promoting the adoption of renewable, 

green energy and improved energy efficiency that is rooted in

community economic development. The Community Energy 

Project Coordinator will work in collaboration with the 

ECO-PEI Energy Project Coordinator to further this mandate.


The successful applicant will have a degree from a

post-secondary institution and be knowledgeable on issues

relating to climate change, energy and community

development. Experience with renewable energy and energy

efficiency (technical and/or research) is considered an

asset as is a background in engineering or planning. The

ECO-PEI Energy Project is seeking a highly motivated and

self-directed individual who works effectively in an

unstructured environment and in collaborative partnerships.

Considering the outreach and project development component

of the position, the candidate should have excellent

interpersonal and communication skills including public

speaking and writing skills.

Job Duties:

The Community Energy Project Coordinator will be required

to become familiar with community energy systems and to

assess the potential for integrating community energy

projects in municipalities across Prince Edward Island 

(e.g. combined heat and power, energy efficiency upgrades,

renewable power systems, etc.). The individual will assess

the energy needs of target communities, research

site-appropriate opportunities and work with interested

communities to initiate and develop sustainable energy

projects. The successful candidate will conduct education

and outreach activities through interaction with community

leaders as well as public workshops and the development of

educational materials. Fundraising for project development

will also be required.

A resume and cover letter should be sent via email to

energy at ecopei.ca or mailed to 126 Richmond St.,

Charlottetown, PEI, C1A 1H9. Please note that because 

of the short deadline period we suggest that applicants 

email their resume if possible. Communications should 

be addressed to Leslie Malone.




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