BRCC is hiring!
BRC-Canada is hiring for two positions. For more information, full job descriptions or to apply, see the postings on the Pembina Institute website.
Senior Communications Lead, Business Renewables Centre-Canada (Calgary/Edmonton)
The Pembina Institute is seeking a strategic thinker with strong outreach and engagement skills to join our communications team. This position requires strong interpersonal skills, positive energy, a high degree of organization, and the ability to thrive in a fast-moving environment. The successful candidate will work with the Industrial Decarbonization policy group, mainly focusing on supporting the Business Renewables Centre-Canada (BRC-Canada).
The ideal candidate understands Alberta’s energy and business landscape. They are aware of the diverse sectors in our economy and can leverage that knowledge to communicate the value proposition of BRC-Canada to potential new buyers of renewable energy. The senior communications lead is also the point of contact for journalists and other external partners, as well as the instigator of mainstream, social and digital media efforts on priority issues. Reporting to a communications manager, and working closely with policy directors and analysts, the senior communications lead has experience with digital outreach/e-communications (such as the branding of website content and newsletters), and experience in digital publishing.
Application deadline: 11:59 p.m. on Monday, September 19, 2022.
Program Manager, Business Renewables Centre-Canada (Calgary/Edmonton/Toronto)
The Pembina Institute is seeking a program manager with strong outreach and engagement skills to join the Business Renewables Centre-Canada (BRC-Canada) team. This position requires strong project management, interpersonal skills, a high degree of organization, and the ability to thrive in a fast-moving environment. The successful candidate reports to the BRC-Canada Director mainly focusing on scaling up and deepening the work of the Business Renewables Centre - Canada, as well as supporting the establishment of a new initiative to create a market for carbon dioxide removal (CDR). This position will have direct reports.
Reporting to the program director and working closely with staff across the organization, the manager has the aptitude and interest to learn complex information about the renewables sector, as well as learn and understand technical reports in an evolving space of emission and carbon management.When needed, the manager is able speak to the media and other external partners, as well as represent BRC-Canada, on behalf of the director, in senior stakeholder meetings with funders, government, and partners. The manager must be able to work in a collaborative and cross-functional manner with other Pembina Institute teams. They will be passionate about Canadian energy and climate issues and possess a deep interest in the Pembina Institute’s programs focusing on decarbonizing energy production.
Application deadline: The posting will remain open until it is filled.