Come change Canada with us

Help us lead Canada's clean energy transition

We deliver clean energy solutions — backed by rigorous research and analysis — into the hands of Canada’s decision makers and key influencers.

Join our dynamic team of nationally recognized professionals working on Canada's most pressing energy and environmental challenges.

Just some of the benefits

Beyond the personal benefits that come from working in an entrepreneurial and fast-paced environment with smart, strategic and values-driven people, Pembina Institute staff enjoy the following:

  • extended health and dental coverage
  • four weeks of holidays per year
  • RRSP plan
  • training and professional development opportunities
  • competitive salaries  

Statement of our core values

Climate change threatens everyone. We must come together to evolve how energy is created and consumed through solutions based on equity, curiosity, evidence-based thinking and practicality.


Current Openings

Senior Analyst, Indigenous Off-Diesel Initiative Program (Vancouver or Ottawa)

The Pembina Institute is seeking a highly motivated individual to join its Renewables in Remote Communities (RiRC) Program as a senior analyst. This position would advance our ongoing work on diesel reduction — a potent challenge and opportunity for the clean energy transition in remote communities across Canada.

We are seeking a highly driven and resourceful individual with five to eight years of relevant technical experience, strong analytical skills, climate and energy policy and regulatory experience unique to remote communities, an understanding of the evolving relationship between Canada and Indigenous People, a solid work ethic, and a persistent drive to solve Canada's most prominent sustainability challenges. The candidate should be able to thrive with limited supervision. This position will primarily be focused on the continued delivery of the Indigenous Off-Diesel Initiative (IODI) Program. 

Find the full job description and information on how to apply here.

Deadline: 11:59 p.m., Monday, November 25, 2019

The Pembina Institute is an equal opportunity employer.

We thank all applicants for their interest but only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Associate Director, Strategic Partnerships (Ontario)

This is an excellent opportunity to join a growing fundraising team within a highly respected environmental NGO. You’ll have a great deal of autonomy with lots of opportunities to develop your skillset and work with a wide variety of prospect types. The Associate Director, Strategic Partnerships in Ontario will lead the provincial fundraising efforts in support of the policy teams working in Toronto and Ottawa. In addition, the Associate Director will also work in collaboration with the Director, Strategic Partnerships in developing a diversified funding portfolio which includes public and private grants and contracts, giving campaigns, online giving and other suitable funding initiatives.

The incumbent will work with other team members to develop and implement workplans that align with Pembina’s fund development strategies to ensure targets are met and revenue grows in a sustainable way. The Strategic Partnership team is responsible for generating the operating funding for the Pembina Institute, currently about $5 million per year. The team consists of six people, including Associate Directors of Strategic Partnerships based in Vancouver and Calgary.

Find the full job description and information on how to apply here.

Position will remain open until a suitable candidate is found.

The Pembina Institute is an equal opportunity employer.

We thank all applicants for their interest but only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Business Strategy Lead, Deep resiliency retrofits (Vancouver)

The Pembina Institute is seeking an ambitious and goal-driven individual to join its B.C. team as a Business Strategy Lead. We are assembling a market development team to accelerate the commercialization of ‘deep resiliency’ retrofits: integrated approaches to building retrofits that eliminate carbon pollution, increase extreme weather and earthquake resilience, improve indoor air quality, and preserve affordability. Inspired by the Dutch Energiesprong program (energiesprong.eu), this five-year initiative will bring together service providers, building owners, regulators, and financiers to pilot innovative approaches to retrofits and establish conditions for replication at scale. The initial focus will be on low-rise wood frame buildings, a common archetype in B.C.’s social housing and market rental housing stock.

The Business Strategy Lead is responsible for developing a sustainable business case for the deep energy retrofit of low-rise multi-unit residential buildings. Integrating the perspective of solution providers, building owners, lenders, utilities, and governments, the incumbent will work with these audiences to demonstrate new technologies and create systemic conditions allowing these solutions to be self-sustaining and deliverable at scale.

Find the full job description and information on how to apply here.

Position will remain open until a suitable candidate is found.

The Pembina Institute is an equal opportunity employer.

We thank all applicants for their interest but only those selected for an interview will be contacted.


Volunteer Opportunities

There are no volunteer positions currently open at the Pembina Institute.

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