Position: Executive Director, Centre for Climate Change Management
Organization: Mohawk College
Location: Hamilton, Ontario
Mohawk College educates and serves over 30,000 students at three campuses and two City School locations in Hamilton, Ontario. As a leaders in health and technology education, and the largest trainer of apprentices in Ontario, more than 115,000 students have graduated from Mohawk. Among its many achievements, the College has:
The Joyce Centre for Partnership & Innovation is currently under construction at our Fennell Campus and will open in Summer 2018. This 96,000 square foot net-zero building will support College applied research activities, provide new classrooms and labs with a focus on sustainability, and will be the home for the new Centre of Climate Change Management.
Centre for Climate Change Management (CCCM)
Mohawk College, the City of Hamilton and the City of Burlington will partner to coordinate efforts to tackle climate change in the Hamilton and Burlington area, while developing and sharing best practices across Ontario and beyond. The Centre for Climate Change Management will demonstrate how a regional approach to climate action in Ontario can support the emissions reduction goals of the Province. Please see the attached link for media coverage of this exciting initiative http://www.mohawknewsdesk.ca/collaborating-on-climate-change/
The key objectives for the Centre are to:
The Centre for Climate Change Management will consist of three major components:
The Executive Director, Centre for Climate Change Management
To lead this exciting new venture, you will need to be a strategic, visionary leader, with the ability to identify and action new opportunities and inspire staff, partners, industry and community stakeholders to accelerate climate action in the region.
Key Responsibilities and Accountabilities:
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GoodWork ID: 41299 Date posted to GoodWork.ca: Jul 10 2017