Summerhill is a Canadian owned and operated Energy Services Company that has been a leader in energy efficiency and conservation since 1993. We specialize in designing and implementing energy efficiency programs that are guided by a client-centric approach – this ensures we always provide robust program designs that deliver unsurpassed customer engagement and world-class program management.
Our company is based in Toronto, Ontario with offices in Halifax; Regina; Calgary; Winnipeg; and Jacksonville, Florida. Summerhill has over 50 full-time employees and over 400 program Ambassadors working as auditors, energy managers, call centre agents and in-field representatives. We are proud to be a certified B-Corp, as well as being named one of Canada’s Best Workplaces three years running. Summerhill continues to win awards for its culture, people, as well as numerous energy efficiency and environmental programs.
Manitoba Race to Reduce is a friendly corporate challenge amongst office buildings throughout the province that encourages commercial building landlords and tenants to publicly commit to working together to reduce the total collective energy use in their participating buildings by at least 10% over four years.
As the Program Manager for this program, you’ll be responsible for providing participants with resources to support their efforts in the Race, managing a program calendar, developing campaigns and associated assets, and ensuring resources are up to date on the website and promoted through social media. You will be responsible for monitoring Race results using Natural Resources Canada’s benchmarking tool – Portfolio Manager, as well as ensuring data is accurate and up to date. Annually you will coordinate an awards ceremony, which is funded through sponsorship dollars you will raise, and will celebrate the results achieved by the participating buildings. Bring your passion for the environment, enthusiasm for collaboration and desire for making a difference!
The Program Manager will primarily work from a home-based office with all the necessary equipment provided by Summerhill. Program Manager will rely on a laptop and phone to connect with their supervisor, client, participants and program stakeholders.
Schedule: Full time, 1 year contract (with an option for extension)
Create communication and marketing materials to engage tenants and staff
Maintain and create updates for the program website
Coordinate and manage social media and promotions
Generate ideas, tenant engagement/behavior change initiatives, for participating buildings to participate in
Organize and execute customer lobby events/information sessions to assist in outreach
Manage participant profiles in Portfolio Manager (NRCan benchmarking tool that stores building utility data)
Analyze Portfolio Manager data and conduct building assessments
Organize and execute an annual awards ceremony (annually in April)
Facilitate annual awards ceremony sponsorship fundraising
Recruit new participants and assisting in enrolling properties
Manage the program budget
Facilitate bi-annual meetings with the Leadership Advisory Council
Facilitate bi-weekly client meetings and monthly reporting
3+ years planning, creating and implementing programs on time and on budget
Marketing and fundraising background an asset
Experience with National Resources Canada’s Portfolio Manager bench marketing tool an asset
PMP an asset
Ability to meet goals and objectives with minimal supervision
Strong organizational and administrative skills
Strong communication, presentation and writing skills
Ability and enjoyment of presenting to groups
Ability to analyze data, problem solving skills
Ability to learn new software tools (Portfolio Manager)
Job Contact Information:
For more information and/or to express interest, please send your resume and a short cover letter to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Summerhill welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.
Summerhill is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We thank applicants for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
Successful applicants will also undergo a background check and drivers’ abstract.
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Current status: Open/apply now. Date posted: May 25 2019 ID: 52212