Aseniwuche Winewak Nation

Community Sustainability Coordinator

Deadline To Apply: Posted until filled

Contract Type: One year contract (full-time)

Position Overview:

If you are an organized, patient, and technically oriented person, who has a passion in sustainability, the environment, and construction, this is a great position for you. In this role, you will be working with the Aseniwuche Winewak Nation’s Executive Director to assist in the delivery of several sustainability and energy-focussed projects for the Community.  To begin with, this position will involve working with a hired consultant to assist in the delivery of a Community Energy & Renewable Energy Plan for Aseniwuche Winewak Nation. This project will involve identifying the potential opportunities within the Community for energy-generation and energy efficiency projects and will provide the Nation with a plan to follow. Following the completion of the plan, the Sustainability Coordinator will lead the Community’s efforts to complete the plans objectives.

Duties:

  • Gathering information that is pertinent to the successful completion of the project, such as: utility bills and energy data (water, gas, electricity, etc.), past reports that have been completed within the Community (i.e., energy audits, building condition assessments, housing assessments, etc.), internally completed documents (i.e., economic development plans, land use plans, etc.), etc.
  • Coordinating Community-engagement sessions for the project (i.e., Community meetings)
  • Marketing Community events
  • Organizing the Community events (i.e., renting the facility, ordering food, setting up the space)
  • Working underneath the Executive Director to provide updates to the project, oversee emails and communication, and file critical project documents
  • Conducting research
  • Pass out and collect Community engagement surveys
  • Take pictures of work sites
  • Take measurements of work sites
  • Count lighting fixtures
  • Record name-plate data from HVAC systems

Qualifications:

  • Ability to take pictures
  • Ability to take measurements using a tape measure, and take measurements using aerial views on Google Earth
  • Proficient on computers
  • Self-starter with solid communication skills; written and verbal
  • Exceptional attention to detail & excellent organizational skills
  • A desire to learn about the environment and sustainability
  • Experience in presenting/public speaking
  • Honest and reliable
  • Flexible problem solver and creative in their approach to completing a task
  • Must be a very quick learner and highly motivated to actively seek out answers to questions
  • Must have a valid driver’s licence
  • Proficient use of the Microsoft Office Suite
  • Some university or college background is preferred
  • Construction background is an asset
  • Experience using Microsoft Office
  • Personal commitment to sustainability, climate leadership, and energy efficiency

Work Demands:

How To Apply:

Please send a resume highlighting relevant experience and qualifications to AWN’s Executive Director, Courteney Wanyandie-Smith at courteney@aseniwuche.com

Thank you to all those who apply. Only those selected for an interview will be contacted.