The Institute for Integrated Energy Systems (IESVic) is seeking to fill two roles as IESVic Fellows : aResearch Coordinator and an Analyst.
Reporting to the Director, the Fellows will use their knowledge and skills to enhance the IESVic mission. The Fellows will support initiatives of strategic importance through development, facilitation and execution of research activities.
The Fellows will use their knowledge of energy system decarbonization, electrification, alternative fuels, policy, energy conversion, built environment, and behaviour to accelerate the transition of the Canadian economy to a more sustainable future.
Enabled by a forward-looking, philanthropic donation, this is a unique opportunity to be a leader, and team member, working on a vital global challenge.
Where you will work :
The Institute for Integrated Energy Systems is a multidisciplinary research centre at the University of Victoria. IESVic is a collegial group of faculty, students, and staff working in a beautiful natural environment.
For nearly three decades, the mission of the Institute has been to chart feasible pathways to sustainable energy systems.
Our role is to create new insights, improve technology and systems, and train the next generation of change-makers. Our vision is to be a leader in the development of sustainable and high quality energy systems.
What you will do :
Working with outside agencies such as municipalities, industry, government and utilities, theCoordinator will bridge the gap between internal research capacity and external needs.
This includesworking with faculty to initiate and manage projects, prepare funding proposals, and communicate findings. The Coordinator will build partnerships and use their knowledge and communication skills toamplify the work of the centre.
They will prepare written technical reports that are professionallyformatted and concise. They will communicate activities to a broad range of stakeholders through social media and online platforms.
The Coordinator will support collaboration and knowledge mobilization by organizing workshops, meetings, conferences, and seminars.
The Research Analyst will work closely with the Coordinator and assist IESVic in leading change in theareas of energy and sustainability.
While there will be some overlap in roles, the Analyst will bring the skills and knowledge needed to immediately support short-term research objectives of importance toexternal partners.
The Analyst will work with faculty and graduate students to ensure research tasks and objectives are achieved. Given the increasing scope and importance of research collaborations, theAnalyst will assist in growing and sustaining collaborative activities within and external to IESVic.
The Analyst will help serve IESVic and its partners by being a facilitator, working well beyond the scope of a graduate student.
The Analyst will bring and share their experience with a variety of computational tools and methods. As an active participant in research, the Analyst will assist in writing academic papers.
What is required :
What is desired :
Additional information :
Salary for postdoctoral positions depends on years ofexperience post-degree.
How to apply :
Please submit your cover letter and CV to iesvic.admin uvic.ca by September 18, 2020.
Tell us why youare the right person, what initiatives you might grow, and how you can make IESVic have greater impact.
The posting shall remain open until the position is filled. Interviews will begin by the end of September with the goal of filling the positions as soon as possible.
IESVic encourages applications from all underrepresented groups considering research careerswithout regard to race, colour, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin,disability, or age.