To support our ongoing growth in Western Canada, the Calgary team seeks a recent graduate in engineering with a keen interest in renewable and sustainable energy.
Providing technical consulting support on a range of renewable energy and power generation projects, including wind, solar and battery energy storage. Studies will include:
- Noise Impact Assessment
- Shadow Flicker Assessment
- Solar and Wind Resource Assessment
- Solar Glare Hazard Analysis
- Production of Visualizations
- GIS Mapping
– Assisting in the preparation of AUC facility applications (Rule 007).
– Supporting senior engineers with design for renewable energy projects.
– Undertaking field visits during the development and construction phase of projects to support engineering design, technical assessments, and project oversight activities.
– Supporting the business with growth initiatives in key focus areas including green hydrogen, green ammonia, grid modernization and energy storage
– Supporting the wider Green Cat team in business development activities including market research (permitting, interconnections, Federal and Provincial funding and programs), attendance at conferences and preparation of tenders and proposals.
The Ideal Candidate:
– Must have a minimum of undergraduate degree in Engineering and be eligible for accreditation with APEGA.
– Will have familiarity with the basic principals of renewable energy development. A strong preference will be given to candidates with experience or exposure to the renewable or sustainable energy sectors.
– Will possess excellent English language communication skills required as well as excellent computer literacy, including Microsoft Office Suite.
– Would ideally have experience using ArcGIS and/or AutoCAD, and/or an interest in graphic design/Photoshop.
– Must be comfortable in a client facing role. Client relationships are of great importance to our business.
– Will have a proactive, adaptable mind-set with a willingness to work independently or as part of a team.
– Has a willingness to undertake travel and occasional overnight stays.
– Must have a valid Canadian Driver’s License and Passport
– Must be legally able to reside and work in Canada.
Only applicants applying through LinkedIn will be evaluated.