Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of FNMPC 5th Annual IEE Conference: Toward Net Zero by 2050
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Sustainable Investing Analyst, Addenda Capital
Addenda Capital Addenda Capital is a privately-owned investment management firm that favours a sustainable approach to wealth creation.
What you Will do Impact:
You further develop the research and impact approach related to First Nations, Reconciliation and Indigenous Rights, community development as well as the reports related to the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs);
You are responsible for verifying the qualification of securities for inclusion into our impact fixed income, climate transition, and ecosocial commercial mortgage funds;
You report on social and/or environmental impact outcomes to investment teams for client reporting;
You support the research and analysis on climate change and carbon emissions accounting; You assist with proxy voting by analyzing ballot items and related materials to ensure that votes are performed in compliance with our guidelines; You participate in corporate engagement meetings by identifying ESG topics, preparing research, and tracking engagement outcomes; You support Addenda’s work in promoting Sustainable Financial Markets including participation in various working groups such as Climate Engagement Canada;
You have three (3) to five (5) years of relevant experience in impact investing, sustainability, community development, environmental stewardship, promoting SDGs, or in reconciliation and Indigenous rights; You have an undergraduate degree or training in sustainability and/or community development; You possess knowledge of sustainable investment practices, impact investing approaches, proxy voting and engagement; You have an understanding of the sustainable development goals (SDGs) and the role the private sector and investors can play in driving positive outcomes on the ground across various SDG goals; You have an understanding of sustainability and climate reporting frameworks such as the SASB standards and TCFD framework;
For full job description and requirements please visit our website.
Community Engagement Internship
Foundations for Social Change We are looking to hire an intern who identifies as Indigenous and who has encountered barriers to employment. The intern will work with our Peer Coordinator and Program Manager to design and implement a community engagement process called ‘SEN’ (Storytelling, Experience Building, Narrative Inquiry). SEN is a process that will allow us to engage deeply with our expansion project participants and improve our ability to advocate for policy changes and persuade at a government level by elevating the voice of people with lived/living experience through meaningful and collaborative storytelling.
In supporting and learning from the SEN process, the intern will gain unique skills related to community engagement and organizing, research and leadership, along with other experiences and training that will all be valuable in securing future work. Our Peer Coordinator was a cash transfer recipient during our pilot, and will be working closely on the SEN process. Their personal experience and interest in community work can offer the intern valuable learnings on community leadership. Our Research & Design Manager is an experienced ethnographic researcher who can offer the intern insights into academic research processes. Additionally, FSC will be working with a social design organization to support the SEN process. This collaboration will involve coaching and support with multiple elements of SEN, and will also provide the intern with further knowledge on conducting a unique community engagement project.
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Indigenous Relationship Manager
Enviro-Ex Contracting Ltd Indigenous relationship manager is responsible for working with local communities in Northern BC, to develop lasting partnerships that benefit the community. Working with the communities in which we partner, to help build capacity and provide long term employment and training within our organization to members of the communities in which we partner.
Vuntut Gwitchin Government - Multiple Positions
Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation Hello!
Vuntut Gwitchin Government is hiring a variety of positions in the Yukon. If you are interested in working for Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation please send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org and CC email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are also happy to meet for a coffee chat at the conference.
Indigenous Engagement Lead
Ministry of Energy, Mines and Low Carbon Innovation Leads and manages Indigenous engagement on strategic policy and legislative initiatives to meet Ministry and provincial consultation obligations and reconciliation commitments.
Environmental Project Manager
Ecowest Consultants Ecowest Consultants is a growing environmental consulting firm, specialized in leading multidisciplinary project teams. Our broad strategic, technical, and management capabilities are uniquely suited to overcoming the complexity of environmental assessment and project approvals.
Ecowest Consultants is seeking an Environmental Project Manager based in the Vancouver area to support our clients in Western Canada. Core responsibilities include: • Building relationships and trust with clients while developing a fulsome understanding of their interests and objectives. • Providing clients advice and support on regulatory matters and public process. • Communicating effectively with the client and project teams to ensure efficient and effective execution of project priorities. • Developing high-quality client deliverables.
You are a relationship-oriented, experienced project manager with a broad understanding of environmental assessment and project approval processes. Your skill set enables you to lead multidisciplinary teams through all project phases, cohesively integrating engineering, environmental, social, communications and regulatory aspects of a project. Collaborative and versatile, you have the confidence to implement strategies, all the while being attentive and responsive to the client’s needs. The following qualifications are required: • Demonstrated ability to form relationships and work directly with client representatives. • Proven leadership characteristics, work ethic and attention to detail. • At minimum a bachelor’s degree in biological sciences, environmental engineering, or a related discipline. • Eight years or more of experience on multidisciplinary project teams seeking project approvals (preferably in Western Canada). • Experience representing clients externally in a consultation or engagement function. • Experience working with and creating opportunities for Indigenous communities.
Accounting and Operations Officer, AIOC
Alberta Indigenous Opportunities Coordinator (AIOC) AIOC IS GROWING!! Come join our Team!!
AIOC is a historic game-changer that is a win-win for Indigenous Peoples in Canada and Alberta’s natural resources, agriculture, telecommunications, and transportation sectors.
The Accounting & Operations Officer is responsible for the day-to-day maintenance of accounting and finance, including the support of budgeting, forecasting, reporting, and managing the employee payroll function. The Accounting and Operations Officer is an essential part of the organization as it is the foundation to AIOC’s financial reporting requirements, operational strategies and efficiencies, in addition to being the curator of policy development and implementation.