[sust-mar] Energy & GHG Emissions Analyst, f/t intern, anywhere in Canada
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Project Title: Health Care Energy Management & GHG Emissions Internship
Internship Position: Energy Analyst #1 and Energy Analyst #2
Organisation: Canadian Coalition for Green Health Care
Wage: $12,000 (per intern)
Internship Start Date: December 1, 2016
End Date: March 31, 2017
Hours per Week: 37.5
Location: Virtual working opportunity
Application Deadline: Friday November 25, 2016
The Canadian Coalition for Green Health Care (the Coalition) supports the Canadian health care sector to integrate environmentally responsible practices into the delivery of health care. The Coalition is a national membership-based not-for-profit organisation with membership representing over 40% of acute care beds across Canada. Our interests include: climate change resiliency, energy efficiency and conservation, water conservation, waste reduction, safer chemicals, environmentally preferable purchasing, healthy and sustainable food and green leadership. The Coalition is involved in several energy-related projects and requires the technical support of TWO Energy Analysts. One position (#1) will require advanced knowledge/experience with Microsoft Excel with the ability to write and maintain macros and advanced functions. The second position (#2) will require Excel proficiency.
Duties of the intern:
Working under the guidance of the Coalition's Executive Director, Communications Director and HealthCare Energy Leaders Ontario (HELO) Project Lead, the Intern will:
Use exceptional skills in Microsoft Excel to automate incoming survey data into an established format (Energy Analyst #1 only);
Assist in data collection and analysis related to energy consumption, trending related to weather fluctuation, equipment installation and hours of use;
Assist in writing reports and delivering information to health care facility operators and administrators;
Assist in business case development and delivery;
Work as part of a team to deliver on a number of fronts that relate to energy use, alternative system analysis, and GHG emission impact;
Duties will be ongoing and tied directly to four Milestones:
Milestone 1 (Due January 8th, 2017): Complete final energy assessment reports for approximately 20+ Ontario health care facilities including many in remote northern First Nations communities. May include preparation of some applications for funding under the saveONenergy initiative of the IESO.
Milestone 2 (Due January 20, 2017): Complete automation of data survey and reporting program.
Milestone 3 (Due February 1, 2017): Complete draft development of two PowerPoint Slide decks for webinar on basics of energy assessment (walk-through) audits and energy retrofit funding opportunities for Ontario health care organisations.
Milestone 4 (Due March 31, 2017): Complete a business case for energy efficiency and conservation and assist in ongoing management and interpretation of energy data from a variety of energy-based Coalition initiatives.
Eligible Youth Participants (Interns) who may be considered for an internship:
Between 15 and 30 years of age (inclusive);
A post-secondary graduate;
A Canadian citizen, permanent resident of Canada, or granted refugee status in Canada;
Legally entitled to work according to the relevant provincial legislation and regulations;
A first-time participant in the Youth Employment Strategy (YES) program.
The ideal applicant will have:
Advanced knowledge/experience with Microsoft Excel and be able to write and maintain macros and advanced functions (Energy Analyst #1 only);
Knowledge of energy conservation and environmental sustainability practices;
Have a passion for environmental stewardship and sustainability;
Experience with programming and/or website development and administration;
Knowledge of quantitative research and analysis methods;
Proficiency with standard office applications (Microsoft Office suite);
The ability to work efficiently both independently and within a team;
French and knowledge of Canada's health care system are a bonus but not necessity.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, ancestry, place of origin, colour, ethnic origin, citizenship, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, record of offences, marital status, veteran status, family status or disability.
How to apply:
Contact person: Linda Varangu Submit application by email to:
Linda at greenhealthcare.ca
Subject line: Energy Analyst Internship #1 or Energy Analyst Internship #2
Application to include:
1. Cover letter outlining why you are interested and how you are suited for this position
We thank all applicants for their interest but will only respond to those who we invite for an interview.
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