Position: Data Analyst and Report Specialist
Location: Adelaide and Spadina, downtown Toronto, Ontario
Heliolytics’ consulting services improve the operations of renewable power assets with the use of our proprietary inspection and analytics tools and insights. Every day our teams are in the field collecting data using industry-leading tools and techniques, and providing clear, actionable insights for our clients to make the best decisions possible in the operation of renewable energy assets. Our Data Analysts are critical to ensuring that the collected field data is processed correctly, and is turned into clear consistent deliverables for our clients.
This is a permanent entry level position with opportunities for growth in a fast-changing environment. This is an analysis-focused position with potential for work with other departments in the company. The role is full-time and based out of our office at Adelaide and Spadina in downtown Toronto.
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It would be great if you had experience with:
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Experience comes in many forms, many skills are transferable, and passion goes a long way. If the job description gets you pumped but your background isn’t exactly what we’ve described above, or if you strongly believe you bring qualifications beyond what we’ve outlined that would help you excel in this position, please consider applying.
Apply online here. Please address cover letters to Kylie McDonnell-Wade.
Heliolytics was founded in 2014 by Rob Andrews and Michael Yan, in the heart of downtown Toronto. Small but quickly growing, Heliolytics is comprised of highly driven and deeply involved employees, who genuinely enjoy the work they do. We know that 9AM to 5PM at a desk in an office isn’t everyone’s most productive setting, so Heliolytics remains flexible with both work hours and location; as long as the job is getting done, everything’s gravy. We get along well enough that we’ll occasionally have milkshakes or beers together at the end of the day, but we all maintain our own vibrant social lives outside of work. And while we may not have a board room, we have as many coffee brewing devices as we have employees.
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GoodWork ID: 42493 Date posted to GoodWork.ca: Sep 6 2017