Job Opportunities

prairieHOUSE Performance, Roost and Crosier Kilgour are Hiring!

 

ENERGY ADVISORS & JUNIOR ENERGY ADVISOR TRAINEES

prairieHOUSE Performance Inc is Manitoba’s leading residential building performance consulting firm and EnerGuide Rating System Service Organization.

They are currently seeking Registered Energy Advisors and junior Energy Advisor trainees to join their team to deliver existing and new home services in the areas of southern Manitoba, northern Manitoba, and the City of Winnipeg and surrounding communities.

Interested individuals who live in and are able to serve these areas can send resumes to info@prairiehouse.ca.

LEAD HAND

Roost Custom Builders Ltd. is a growing Winnipeg based residential renovation and construction company committed to “building better people spaces”.
For them, better means:
● better design that takes people’s daily lives into consideration
● better for the environment with industry leading commitment to energy efficiency
● better health for our clients living in well designed homes with exceptional air quality
Core Values:
• Relationships – with each other, our clients, and our sub trades and suppliers
• Sustainability – our long term impact on the earth • Respect – for other people, our client’s homes, our resources
• Quality – building something that will stand the test of time

The Lead Hand assists the Site Lead to oversee the building process, works closely with the team onsite, facilitates sub trades, performs inspections, maintains quality, and ensures safety procedures are being followed throughout the job site.

ENERGY MODELLER

Currently, Crosier Kilgour are looking for an Intermediate Energy Modeller in response to a growing workload within
their Building Performance Assessment practice.
Location: Saskatoon or Winnipeg
Hours: Daytime hours, Monday to Friday
Job Type: Full-time, permanent, in-office position
Job Responsibilities:
You would join our group of Engineers and Technologists as a Building Performance Analyst. We work as
a team, taking on growing responsibilities as we challenge each other to improve. Our work includes:
• Generate whole-building energy simulations using IES-VE, interpret results, make
recommendations, and prepare reports documenting analysis and results
• Interpret architectural, mechanical, electrical, structural, and control system drawings,
specifications, and data sheets to accurately represent building characteristics in energy
modelling software
• Assist design teams in achieving sustainable building certifications such as LEED, Green Globes,
and Zero Carbon Buildings and compliance to current National Energy Code for Buildings,
ASHRAE 90.1, and incentive program (such as GICB and CMHC MLI Select) requirements
• Provide recommendations early in design to achieve cost-effective energy performance
• Prepare performance compliance documentation for code authorities, incentive programs, and
certification organizations
• Perform energy analysis on existing buildings including calibrated energy modelling, field surveys,
feasibility studies, and energy audits
• Perform other technical analyses and research as necessary to support our building performance
team: thermal bridging analysis, carbon accounting, life cycle assessments, air-tightness test
interpretation, daylighting simulation, thermal comfort analysis, building resilience studies, and
researching codes
• Promote the continuous improvement of our building performance assessment practice
• Work as part of a dedicated energy modelling team in which collaboration, mentoring, training,
and inspiring one another to be sustainability experts is expected

BUILDING COMMISSIONING SPECIALIST

Currently, Crosier Kilgour are looking for a Building Commissioning Specialist in response to a growing workload
within their Building Performance Assessment practice.
Location: Winnipeg
Hours: Daytime hours, Monday to Friday
Job Type: Full-time, permanent, in-office position
Job Responsibilities:
You would join our group of Engineers and Technologists as a Building Commissioning Engineer or
Technician (entry-level). We work as a team, taking on growing responsibilities as we challenge each other
to improve. Our work includes:
• Focus on commercial building commissioning projects (mechanical, controls, electrical) and
energy management projects.
• Provide design input including specifications, drawing review, systems start-up and testing, plus
operations and maintenance documentation.
• Collaborate with internal colleagues and external project team members for successful
completion of projects.
• Contribute to research and development in the field of commissioning.
• Promote the growth of the commissioning service group.
• Perform site visits and carry out site inspections.