Job Posting 99586

Eastern Canada Hydrogen Lead
The Transition Accelerator
Work From Home - Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, Newfoundland & Labrador, Nova Scotia, ...
Eastern Canada
closes in 35 days (Fri, 29 Mar)
full time

The Transition Accelerator is a pan-Canadian organization that works with others to identify and advance pathways to a prosperous, competitive, net-zero emissions Canada in 2050. We are seeking a motivated individual to help the Accelerator play a pivotal role in leading Canada into the future.

We work with government, industry, Indigenous, and civil society leaders to co-create practical visions of what the future could be, then build stepwise pathways to get there. We see a future where Canada is internationally competitive, with great, permanent jobs in all regions. We see a Canada that has a prosperous, net-zero emissions economy, and healthy people and communities.

About the Role
In the journey to a net-zero energy system, the integration of clean electricity and clean fuels is pivotal for a competitive economy. The increasing reliance on clean electricity in many sectors such as passenger transportation and building heat is contributing to a surge in demand. However, electrification is not the sole solution. Clean fuels, including biofuels and hydrogen, will be key energy carriers in sectors that are not easily electrified, including heavy industry, heavy transportation, and potentially heating solutions in colder climates.

The Accelerator’s Net-Zero Fuels team is dedicated to driving the development of new supply and value chains (production, distribution, use, storage and potential export) to accelerate the use of net-zero fuels like hydrogen. We focus on sectors that can most benefit from this transition, guided by thorough techno-economic analysis and the realities of local and regional opportunities and barriers.

The Transition Accelerator is looking for a full-time Eastern Canada Hydrogen Lead to spearhead the advancement of hydrogen as a net-zero fuel. This role is ideal for a dynamic, analytically driven individual with a deep understanding of hydrogen energy solutions. If you are passionate about shaping a progressive energy future for Canada, and are keen on playing a pivotal role in a team that is at the forefront of driving change in the energy landscape, the Eastern Canada Hydrogen Lead position could be a great opportunity for you.

Responsibilities and Focus Areas
Reporting to the Director of Net Zero Fuels and as part of an integrated Transition Accelerator team, the Eastern Canada Hydrogen Lead will:

  • Lead the development and implementation of a plan that details the best uses and strategies for hydrogen in Eastern Canada and guides the
  • Accelerator in focusing where and how it can be most effective in accelerating the adoption of hydrogen as a fuel
  • Map the stakeholder landscape to determine where the Accelerator can bring its resources and skills to bear to assist established or new players that are open to partnerships
  • Foster robust relationships and become a trusted advisor to key stakeholders, including industry, government and indigenous leaders
  • Gain a comprehensive understanding of local and regional energy systems through quantitative and qualitative analysis and geospatial visualization
  • Actively promote and apply the Accelerator’s methodology to advance the strategic implementation of scalable hydrogen supply and value chains
  • Lead, perform and facilitate technoeconomic analyses (with the support of other team members) required for good technical and economic decision making
  • Help launch projects and initiatives that lead to actual use of hydrogen as a fuel
  • Perform other duties, as assigned by the Director

Qualifications
The following qualifications / expertise are required:

  • A minimum of an undergraduate degree in a relevant field (Economics, Business, Engineering, etc.). A graduate degree is preferable
  • At least eight years of diverse experience, preferably including project management and strategic relationship building across diverse stakeholders
  • Complete fluency in both of Canada’s official languages (spoken and written)
  • Excellent organizational skills, with the ability to independently manage multiple files effectively in a virtual environment
  • Superior verbal and written communication skills, with a knack for presenting complex ideas clearly and persuasively
  • Experience working in multi-stakeholder governance environments, balancing varied priorities and needs, and often competing views
  • Strong knowledge of Canada’s transportation and/or energy sectors is highly advantageous
  • A keen interest in and experience with systems thinking and transition strategies
  • Strong organizational, time management skills and interpersonal skills
  • Proficiency in MS Office software suite

Additional Information

  • This position is full-time, remote, and may require some travel. The successful applicant is expected to reside and work during core hours between 8 am and 4:30 pm, Monday to Friday in an eastern Canadian time zone.
  • The position has a compensation package benchmarked to sector standards.

 

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