Renewables & Alternatives

Job Opportunity: Wind Energy Subject Matter Experts, Iron & Earth

Position: 
Wind Energy Subject Matter Experts
Application Deadline: 
18 Feb 2020

Closing date: February 18, 2020
Job type: Contract
Start date: Early/Mid March 2020
Compensation: We are hiring two SME contractors:

  • Subject Matter Expert 1: $4,000, including GST (estimated 50 hours)
  • Subject Matter Expert 2: $2,000, including GST (estimated 25 hours)

Contract timeline: Primary work period between March and June 2020. Final deliverable due October 2020
Location: Remotely, location flexible 

INTRODUCTION

If you are excited about making a difference in the lives of fossil fuel sector workers, contributing to renewable energy opportunities for Indigenous communities, and helping transform the Canadian energy industry, don’t miss this exciting opportunity at Iron & Earth!

Iron & Earth is developing a 5-10 day wind training program, customized for upskilling fossil fuel industry and Indigenous workers into the renewables industry. The training programs will be entirely mobile, allowing us to bring the training to communities that need it the most and will include vital hands-on experience.

The Wind Energy Subject Matter Expert will work with a team of other subject matter experts, and Instructional Designer and a Graphic Designer to design and develop these three training programs.  Read more about Job Opportunity: Wind Energy Subject Matter Experts, Iron & Earth

Job Opportunity: Bookkeeper, Iron & Earth

Position: 
Bookkeeper
Application Deadline: 
23 Feb 2020
Location: 
Edmonton
Calgary
Victoria

Start date: March 4, 2020
Job type: Part-time contract
Contract timeline: 12 months
Compensation: $20-30/hr between 2-4 hrs/week (Approximately $3-6k compensation for the year-long contract - negotiable depending on experience and responsibility)

Canadian applicants preferred. International applicants considered.

INTRODUCTION

We are hiring a part-time bookkeeper with non-profit experience! By joining our team at Iron & Earth as our part-time bookkeeper, you’d be making a difference in the lives of fossil fuel sector workers, contributing to renewable energy opportunities for Indigenous communities, and helping transform the Canadian energy industry. We look forward to your application! Read more about Job Opportunity: Bookkeeper, Iron & Earth

Job Opportunity: NationBuilder Manager, Iron & Earth

Position: 
NationBuilder Manager
Application Deadline: 
23 Feb 2020
Location: 
Edmonton
Calgary
Victoria

Start date: March 4, 2020
Job type: Part-time contract
Contract timeline: 12 months
Compensation: $30 - 35/hr for 2-4 hrs/week (Approximately $5k compensation for the year-long contract - negotiable depending on experience and responsibility)

Canadian applicants preferred. International applicants considered. Read more about Job Opportunity: NationBuilder Manager, Iron & Earth

Alberta's Greenest Cities — Calgary

Feb 6 2020 - 6:00pm to 8:00pm

From the Solar Alberta website:

Join us to hear from Alberta's Greenest communities: why going green is so important, what these places have accomplished, how they did it, and what's next.

Cities, towns, MDs and counties across Alberta are proving that acting locally is essential to climate leadership.

Presentations by: Read more about Alberta's Greenest Cities — Calgary

Location

Orpheus Theatre,
Campus Centre, SAIT (1301 16 Avenue NW)
Calgary , AB

Lead the Energy Transition

Feb 27 2020 - 6:00pm to 8:00pm

From the Solar Alberta website:

Alberta has abundant natural and renewable energy resources, but who is taking the lead in the renewables sector as we move towards a more diversified economy? Read more about Lead the Energy Transition

Location

Cenovus Learning Common - Room #2909
100 College Boulevard (Red Deer College)
Red Deer , AB

Job Posting: Edmonton Chapter Director, Iron & Earth

Position: 
Edmonton Chapter Director
Application Deadline: 
3 Nov 2019
Location: 
Edmonton

Job type: Contract
Contract timeline: December 1, 2019 to December 31, 2020
Compensation: $15,000 including GST

Introduction

If you are looking to make a difference in the lives of hard-working Canadians, contribute to reconciliation with Indigenous communities, and help transform the Canadian energy industry, don’t miss this exciting opportunity at Iron & Earth!

We are a growing organization and are now hiring an Edmonton Chapter Director to join the central leadership team and lead Edmonton Chapter activities. The core mission of the Edmonton Chapter Director will be to lead a sustainable and impactful chapter in Edmonton, AB. This will include developing a community of like minded fossil fuel industry workers who are committed to building a sustainable energy economy.  Read more about Job Posting: Edmonton Chapter Director, Iron & Earth

Economic analysis finds clean energy future is cheaper than gas: Pembina Institute

Solar, wind, battery storage, energy efficiency and demand flexibility are reliable replacement for coal

CALGARY — Paired with battery storage and energy efficiency, electricity from solar and wind is now capable of generating electricity with the same reliability and lower cost than gas plants, even in Alberta where natural gas is relatively inexpensive. Read more about Economic analysis finds clean energy future is cheaper than gas: Pembina Institute

Energy Depot Workshop

Sep 28 2019 (All day)
Oct 1 2019 - 6:00pm to 9:00pm

From the Energy Depot website:

The Energy Depot is an opportunity for Calgarians (and area) to work on an idea or project that they would like to implement in their community. It's free and there to help you create and deliver your own project that will improve your community or community organization's energy efficiency and climate change impact. Read more about Energy Depot Workshop

Location

University of Alberta Calgary Centre
333 5 Avenue SW
Calgary , AB

Community Climate Action workshop

Sep 12 2019 - 12:00pm to 3:30pm
Sep 12 2019 - 6:00pm to 8:30pm

From the Keepers of the Athabsca Facebook event page:

  • Latest science on climate change
  • Difference between weather and climate
  • Observations of Traditional Knowledge Holders
  • Emergency preparedness: how to stay safe!
  • What we can do to help slow down climate change
  • How to develop solar installations
  • Request for Proposal: examples, template, distribution, evaluation
  • Reviewing Energy Efficiency Alberta programs and their results in Alberta
  • Plans from around the world

Please register by calling the Friendship Centre: 780 743-8555 and press 0 for reception, or emailing [email protected]. Read more about Community Climate Action workshop

Location

Slave Lake Native Friendship Centre
8310 Manning Avenue
T9H 1W1 Fort McMurray , AB

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