GHG Analyst (senior or intermediate) – Ecometrica

Tasks will include:
Delivery of organizational, product and events greenhouse gas assessment services, including GHG calculations, emissions estimation modeling, and quality assurance review of client data.
Liaising with our clients and partners, including consulting sustainability assessment scoping, answering technical and project management queries, helping clients report on their sustainability performance.
Conducting ad-hoc research on sustainability and climate change standards, emission sources, and other topics as needed.
Contributing to testing and providing recommendations on new features for our online tool for corporate sustainability reporting.
Updating our extensive database of emissions factors and statistical data.

The ideal candidate will:
Be a graduate in a field relevant to Ecometrica’s line or work, such as environmental sciences or statistics.
Have a demonstrated strong interest in environmental sciences, climate change or sustainable development matters.
Be extremely attentive to detail and rigorous.
Possess strong research and analytical skills.
Love numbers and be proficient with modelling/estimating data.
Be able to critically appraise the relevance and accuracy of data.
Be a fast-learner.
Have outstanding multi-tasking and time management skills.
Possess excellent computer skills, including proficiency with Microsoft Excel.
Have excellent English communication skills (both written and spoken.)
Enjoy working effectively both on your own and collaborating with others.
Have a strong work ethic.
Have a confident, friendly and professional approach.
Experience with the main corporate GHG and sustainability reporting standards, working in a consultancy, and a strong command of French are additional assets.
We strongly believe you’ll fall in love with the team we have here, and that you will love working here as much as we do.

Position status: Full time, permanent position.
Salary: commensurate with experience.
Benefits: We offer 35 paid vacation days per year (including 8 statutory holidays) from year 1, an excellent health and dental insurance package, sick and compassionate leave, a retirement savings plan with matching contributions, and flexible work arrangements.
Location: Montreal. Applicants must have the Right to Work in Québec.
Expected start date: as soon as possible.

To apply:
Please send your resume and cover letter, as well as a one short text (no more than one page) describing the advantages of using web-based software to manage a company’s greenhouse gas emissions to the attention of Bertil Abbing, Head of Sustainability Analysts, as soon as possible at: . Please state whether you are applying for an intermediate or senior position.