At Net Zero Atlantic we lead applied research and contribute to projects that enable the transition of Atlantic Canada’s energy system to a carbon-neutral future through collaboration with academia, governments, private sector, Indigenous Peoples and NGOs.
We facilitate collaborative research, pilot and demonstration projects that resolve key questions related to the energy transition. Our fields of interest include energy system modelling, offshore wind, hydrogen, geothermal energy, carbon sequestration and behavioural based mitigation solutions. Further we are enabling the creation of solutions that don’t exist yet but are needed to ensure a net zero future.
We are growing and looking to add to our team. Currently we are seeking a fulltime Renewable Energy Engineer-in-Training.
In this role, you will have a direct impact on Atlantic Canada’s energy system transition. You will be responsible for the successful identification, creation and delivery of projects in our renewable energy / clean technology research portfolio.
By encouraging innovation and building energy sector knowledge you will help solve current and emerging decarbonization questions in the renewable energy space. You will collaborate with contributors from government, technology and service providers, regulators, energy-project developers, academia and program funders.
In this position, you will be responsible for:
Your qualifications include:
Assets (but not required):
This position has funding from the Nova Scotia Graduate to Opportunities Program, supported by the Nova Scotia government. Eligibility criteria includes:
Why Net Zero Atlantic?
Net Zero Atlantic supports a healthy and balanced lifestyle, which is why we offer a flexible, hybrid work environment. Our total compensation package includes competitive salary, health and dental plans, pension contribution, generous paid vacation, and professional development opportunities.
If interested in this employment opportunity, please respond with a resume and cover letter merged into one PDF document by Friday, June 16, 2023. We thank all applicants, however only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
NZA is committed to the principles of Employment Equity. We encourage applications from qualified women, visible minorities, Indigenous peoples, people identifying at LGBTQ2SI, and people with disabilities. This opportunity is restricted to Canadian citizens, permanent residents, or person who have been granted Refugee status in Canada. Applicants are encouraged to self-identify. If you require accommodations during the recruitment process, let us know at the time of applying.
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