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Director, Performance Measurement and Evalutation

Reference ID: EEA114

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Calgary, AB
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Full Time
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Management and Executive


ABOUT US

  • The role of Energy Efficiency Alberta (EEA) as a new Crown agency is to:
  • Raise awareness among energy consumers of energy use and the associated economic and environmental benefits of energy conservation and efficiency;
  • Promote, design and deliver best value, performance-based programs and carry out activities related to energy efficiency, energy conservation and the development of micro-generation and small scale energy systems in Alberta;
  • Undertake best efforts to achieve energy efficiency targets;
  • Be the voice and face of energy efficiency in Alberta, promoting a culture of conservation;
  • Promote the enhancement of the energy efficiency services industry.

EEA has a budget of $645 million over the next five years, supporting the use of a variety of tools to encourage energy efficiency improvements including education; outreach and training programs; and financial incentives.

ROLE

A new agency, a new way to think about energy, a new career opportunity for you!

Are you a results-oriented leader looking to utilize your exceptional analytical and organizational skills in an exciting new way? If so, consider exploring unchartered territory in the energy efficiency landscape with this unique opportunity at Energy Efficiency Alberta!

Reporting to the Vice President of Corporate Performance, the Director of Performance Measurement and Evaluation is responsible for the development, implementation and delivery of EEA’s performance measurement and evaluation system to support the Agency’s mandate and the objectives within the Climate Change Plan. Drawing from past experience and utilizing knowledge of performance management strategies, the Director will continuously measure and evaluate the impact of EEA’s actions and guide future activities through the development of a performance management framework.

Working closely with internal and external stakeholders, the Director will oversee the development of a performance measurement, evaluation and reporting system that consistently and effectively supports program and portfolio goals, and meets a variety of internal and external needs.

In addition to the development and implementation of a performance evaluation system and the monitoring and assessment of Agency activities, the Director of Performance Measurement and Evaluation will utilize strong leadership skills to effectively lead their work unit to ensure goal achievement, budget management, and strong staff performance.

The Director will apply excellent communication and relationship-building skills to develop and maintain collaborative working relationships with multiple stakeholders at different levels and in different locations, and utilize judgement to develop, implement and evolve EEA’s measurement and evaluation systems over time.

QUALIFICATIONS

Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Economics, Engineering or other related field, with a minimum of 8 years progressive management experience, and a minimum of 3 years experience with measurement, evaluation, verification and reporting with programs and/or projects in energy efficiency, renewable energy or a related field; Certified Measurement and Verification Professional designation preferred.

Other experience within the energy industry including energy efficiency, product management and development, efficiency finance and/or renewable energy programs is an asset. MS Office software experience, including, MS Word, Project, Visio, Excel, and PowerPoint to create documents, track project progress, and develop visual representations is essential. Experience providing leadership to an organization in start-up is desirable.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Please see the job profile for a detailed list of the job responsibilities.

This role will be required to travel.

This competition may be used to fill future vacancies within EEA. Candidates specifically interested in professional level positions within EEA’s market communications and development business unit are welcome to submit resumes for consideration.

HOW TO APPLY

Apply directly by email by sending your resume to [email protected]. When applying, please submit your cover letter and resume as one file (saving the file with a clear naming convention, e.g. EEA1XX First Name Last Name CV), quoting the Job Title and Competition # in the subject line of your email, cover letter and resume (e.g. Subject: EEA1XX Job Title) included in your application. As part of your cover letter please include why you are interested in EEA.

It is recommended that applicants who have obtained educational credentials from outside of Canada and have not had them previously assessed, obtain an evaluation of their credentials from the International Qualifications Assessment Service (IQAS) - http://work.alberta.ca/iqas. Applicants are encouraged to include the assessment certificate from IQAS or any other educational assessment service as part of their application.

We thank all applicants for their interest.

All applications will be reviewed to assess which applicants’ qualifications most closely match the agency’s requirements. Only those selected for interviews will be contacted to advance to the next step in the competition process. Final candidates may be asked to undergo security screening.

Agency Website: www.energyefficiency.alberta.ca


Posted: September 14, 2017
Closes:September 27, 2017