Senior Analyst Electrical Mobility

Vancouver, BC 2021/06/14

Engineering Consulting / Buildings & Structures / Electrical Building Services

Job Title:

Senoir Analyst, Electrical Mobility


Master’s Degree in Public Policy, Business Administration, Planning, Engineering, or equivalent

Job Summary:

Our client is an award-winning, full-service electrical engineering and policy consulting firm, specializing in electrifying transportation systems and supporting the transition to a zero-carbon economy. They support the development of innovative policy and programs that catalyze the transition to a low carbon future. Sustainability, innovation and being on the forefront of technology are integral to their philosophy.

Our client seeks someone who will conduct qualitative and quantitative analysis and develop plans & policies. This is an excellent opportunity for those interested in a career in climate policy, with work focused on advancing electric transportation systems and zero emissions buildings.

Job Duties:

  • Research and analysis relating to electric transportation and zero emissions buildings.
  • Develop policies, programs, plans and strategies for a range of government, utility, private sector, and non-profit clients.
  • Opportunities for career growth in climate and energy policy and consulting.
  • Work under the Director of Electric Mobility & Low Carbon Strategies.
  • Working conditions are primarily in-office, and occasionally at construction sites (observation).
Job Qualifications:
  • Masters level degree in Public Policy, Business Administration, Planning, Engineering, or related field.
  • Strong research (especially qualitative research, but also quantitative).
  • Strong writing and communications skills.
  • Demonstrated experience advancing climate policies and programs.
  • Knowledge of municipal, provincial, federal and utility climate and energy related policy.
  • Strong inter-personal skills and proven aptitude for qualitative inter-disciplinary research.
  • Knowledge of the technologies to support the transition electric transportation (e.g. electric vehicles) and a low carbon building systems (e.g. working understanding of mechanical systems, electrical systems, and building science).
  • Detail-oriented, organized, with demonstrated ability to manage multiple projects and adhere to project budgets.
  • Proficiency creating spreadsheet-based financial (e.g. pro forma) and energy system (e.g. technology adoption) models.
  • Proficiency with statistical software packages.
  • Strong work ethic, self-discipline, and an entrepreneurial attitude.
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