Senior analyst, Clean Economy (B.C.) – The Pembina Institute

Roles and Responsibilities
Lead and manage projects from inception including managing budget with the support and guidance of the Clean Economy Director
Ensure projects effectively contribute to the organization’s objectives and enhance the organization’s reputation
Quantify impacts and outcomes for various policy options
Synthesize research into easily digestible technical reports, briefing notes, and blog posts
Acts as spokesperson for the Pembina Institute as directed by the Clean Economy Director
Critically review analysis of peers and collaborate with the various internal teams at the Pembina Institute
Collaborate with Clean Economy Director to plan and support government relations activities
Support strategic planning to effectively design and execute clean economy program initiatives
Lead one or more of projects or initiatives under the clean economy program
Support the Strategic Partnerships Director and the Clean Economy Director to develop fundraising proposals and report back on grants

Skills and Qualifications
Candidates must clearly reflect the following skills and experience in their application:
Research and analytical skills
Strong research skills and ability to find and access key sources of information and data quickly and accurately
Ability to design and execute/oversee analytical approaches to policy assessment
Ability to interpret modelling results and relate them to strategic initiatives
Strong background in energy systems and/or alternative energy
Policy development and engagement
Experience developing relationships within the provincial government, federal government and local governments
A clear understanding of policy development processes
Knowledge and understanding of current policies that impact B.C.’s climate reduction goals
Understanding of how to mobilize and engage networks and how to leverage these relationships toward policy solutions
Knowledge of climate and energy policy

Knowledge of the field of climate and energy policy
Knowledge of and relationships with key players in the field in B.C. (utilities, industry, government, Indigenous peoples)
Interpersonal skills
Demonstrated emotional intelligence
Strong interpersonal and conflict resolution skills, and the ability to work collectively with a team
Demonstrated ability to build relationships with individuals with a wide range of backgrounds and perspectives
A high degree of diplomacy and tact

Clear written communication style across a variety of media
Experience communicating complex ideas in an accessible format (e.g. reports, blogs, briefing notes)
Experience as a spokesperson
Project management
Strong project management skills, with a demonstrated ability to manage concurrent projects while meeting deadlines
Strong planning and organization skills with exceptional attention to detail
Experience developing, monitoring and managing budgets
Compensation and Benefits
The salary rate is competitive for a director in the non-profit sector and will be based on skills, experience and qualifications of the successful candidate.

Benefits include:
extended health and dental
four weeks of holidays per year
flexible work hours
strong growth potential in an entrepreneurial business environment
RRSP plan
training and development opportunities
Further terms of employment will be discussed with candidates during the interview process.

To Apply
Email your cover letter and resume to . Please ensure the following:
Subject line includes SeniorAnalyst, Clean Economy and your last name
Cover letter (max. two pages) explains why you are interested in working with the Pembina Institute and how your skills and qualifications meet the criteria outlined for this position
Resume outlines your relevant skills, education and experience
Cover letter and resume are saved as one PDF document using the naming convention lastnamefirstletter-application-position-year.pdf
example: smithm-application-CEAnalyst-2021.pdf
Application deadline: 11:59 p.m. MT on Wednesday, March 31, 2021.