Full-Time Regional Energy Project Coordinator
Established in 1997, the Arctic Energy Alliance (AEA) is a not-for-profit organization that employs 20-plus people. AEA has offices in Inuvik, Norman Wells, Fort Simpson, Behchokô, Hay River and Yellowknife. Currently we are recruiting for the following positions:
Regional Energy Project Coordinator – Dehcho
Located in Fort Simpson, the Regional Energy Project Coordinator position involves travel to Yellowknife and the NWT communities in the Dehcho Region.
Regional Energy Project Coordinator – South Slave
Located in Hay River, the Regional Energy Project Coordinator position involves travel to Yellowknife and the NWT communities in the South Slave Region.
Both positions report to the Executive Director and works together with the AEA team, with a focus on delivering AEA programs in the communities in their region. The Project Coordinator’s role is to assist NWT individuals, businesses, institutions and communities to implement projects that reduce their energy costs and related greenhouse gas emissions. The Project Coordinator liaises with appropriate AEA staff for advice and completion of community projects.
Both positions involve travel to NWT communities (by air and/or winter road). The AEA offers a competitive salary. Permanent employees are eligible for an attractive benefits package that includes a defined contribution registered pension plan, a group insurance plan and annual professional development. If you would like to know more about these positions, salary, and benefits, please visit our website at www.aea.nt.ca, or call 867-920-3333 or 1-877-755-5855 (toll-free). Applicants must currently be residents of Canada.
Both competitions close April 30th, 2023
How to Apply
To apply, please submit a resume and cover letter by email to:
Arctic Energy Alliance
#101–5102 51 St., Yellowknife, NT X1A 1S7
Jennifer Wicks, Human Resources,
We thank all applicants that apply, but only those selected for further consideration will be contacted.
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