Ontario Clean Water Agency
Become an Energy & Greenhouse Gas Analyst with OCWA today!
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What can I expect to do in this role?
In this role, you will participate in conducting analysis, research and design, produce business cases/proposals, technical memorandums, funding applications and reports for the Innovation, Technology and Alternate Delivery Group (ITADG) in support of energy and climate services in addition to the overall performance of the department. You will provide technical support to the Director and develop management information systems for decision-making and analysis for compliance and innovation functions.
How do I qualify?
- Knowledge of provincial environmental regulations and current energy and Green House Gas (GHG) market characteristics and trends.
- Knowledge of energy and climate change assessment methodologies, and ability to analyze information and make recommendations.
- Knowledge and experience in conducting effective research utilizing statistical and regression tools and techniques, including knowledge of qualitative and quantitative methods.
- Familiar with energy market and climate change landscape and associated policies and funding programs in Ontario and Canada.
- Ability to work independently, be self-reliant as well as be supportive and collaborative of the larger ITAD group.
Skills and Abilities
- Oral and written skills, thorough and timely manner using appropriate and effective communications tools and techniques.
- Exceptional interpersonal skills to support internal and external clients; customer service oriented and team focused.
- Strong attention to detail and accuracy along with the ability to multi-task and work well under deadlines.
- Knowledge and experience working with the Microsoft Suite of Office products.
- Demonstrated problem solving, political acuity, judgement and diplomacy skills.
- Ability to travel to various water and wastewater sites within Ontario as required.
What’s in it for you?
- Flexible learning and development opportunities.
- Opportunities for career advancement and specialization with the largest provider of water and wastewater services in Ontario.
- You will be eligible for additional pay for certification, should you be successful in completing and maintaining facility water/wastewater operator’s licenses.
- Work with the partner of choice for more communities than any other water and wastewater service organization in Ontario for over 25 years.
- Work with an organization committed to innovation and advanced technology.
- A defined benefit pension plan; Comprehensive Health Plan; Life and Disability Insurance.
- Maternity and parental leave top-up benefits including for adoptive parents.
To apply for this job please visit www.gojobs.gov.on.ca.