Senior Analyst

Pembina Institute

Alberta, Canada Remote

Full time



Apr 3

The Pembina Institute is seeking a highly motivated individuals to join its Buildings program as a senior analyst, to pursue strategies to accelerate low-carbon buildings through good policy development, regulatory reform and demonstration of best-in-class deep retrofits. Candidates with expertise in capital planning, supply chain development, and/or financial analysis are especially encouraged to apply.

This position would advance our ongoing work on energy efficiency policies to support decarbonization of existing buildings across the country— a critical target for Canada to meet its net zero emissions goal by 2050—with specific focus on Alberta where the position will be based. The Pembina Institute provides research and analysis along with impactful policy and regulatory guidance to make Canadian homes and buildings energy efficient, low-carbon, healthy, safe, and resilient.

We are seeking a highly driven and resourceful person with five or more years of relevant technical experience, strong analytical skills, knowledge of Alberta’s climate and energy policies, an understanding of the challenges and opportunities associated with decarbonizing Canada’s building stock, a solid work ethic, and a persistent drive to solve Canada's most prominent sustainability challenges. This role will require skills in engaging diverse stakeholders and rights holders, including Indigenous peoples, local, provincial, and federal governments, private and crown utilities, industry players, and non-governmental organizations. The candidates should have proven experience and the ability to thrive with limited supervision.

The successful candidate will report to the Buildings program director, and will work with staff from other Pembina teams, such as the Electricity, Oil and Gas, Renewables in Remote Communities and Equitable Transition programs.

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