Community Energy Intern

TliCho Community Government of Wekweeti

  Posted: September 9, 2021

  Location: Wekweeti, NT

  Internship Program: Natural Resources 21-22

  Salary Range: $20,000 - $30,000

  Hours per Week: 35

  Start Date: October 1, 2021

  End Date: March 31, 2022

Job Description

The position will provide assistance to our Community Energy Coordinator, working to update our community energy plan as well as identify various energy saving initiatives that our community may be interested in developing further. This year is identified as reviewing the current Community Plan, developing a comprehensive survey that will be used as a portion of the over all energy awareness campaign promoting useful ways to reduce energy in our residents houses. Tabulating the survey results, preparing reports for presentation to our Chief and Council. Providing updates to our residents and ensure all are heard and initiatives are Identified.

Duties and Responsibilities

will include assisting the coordinator preform research into Wekweeti's over all energy needs versus the communities actual use age. Assist in Developing the Survey questions to ask residents,Interviewing residents, tabulating survey results, research potential initiatives that are identified through the interviewing, Assist in preparing reports for supervisor and Council

Knowledge and Skills

Ability read & Write English, operate windows computers with MS Office, ability to speak the Tli Cho Language,

Education Required

grade 10-12

Certification Required


  How to Apply

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