SOFIAC

About SOFIAC

SOFIAC was set up by Econoler and Fondaction in 2020 with the support of the Quebec government. With $200M in investment capacity structured by Fondaction and Desjardins, its mission is to support companies in the commercial, industrial and multi-residential sectors by developing and investing in their energy transition projects and decarbonization of their buildings.

SOFIAC's innovative approach allows its clients to use a portion of the energy savings generated by the projects implemented to reimburse all development and implementation costs of their project linked to the energy transition. Throughout the process, SOFIAC helps its clients increase their energy performance and reduce their operating costs while benefiting from positive cash flow from the implementation of the project.

SOFIAC works in collaboration with energy service companies (ESCOs) in Canada to implement deep renovation projects with significant impacts for its clients through 10- and 15-year contractual agreements.

Required profile

SOFIAC is looking for an operations and compliance coordinator who will have the mission of contributing to the energy transition and decarbonization of businesses in Canada. Under the direction of the Director of Operations, your role will include supporting the team in implementation of processes, management of operations and project compliance.

We offer you a unique opportunity which will allow you, among other things, to interact with important players in the energy efficiency and decarbonization market sector across Canada.

Job specific functions

  • Assist the Director of Operations in all SOFIAC operations.
  • Assist in the development of service offerings to ensure compliance.
  • Assist in the qualification of customers and partners.
  • Ensure the conformity of the files with a view to their presentation to investors.
  • Track and update investment portfolios.
  • Ensure project monitoring, including invoicing to clients.
  • Support fund managers in the compliance of current and future projects through analyses and forecast reports.
  • Assist in procurement and grant management.
  • Assist in the relationship with suppliers and partners.

Job Requirements

  • Four to seven (4-7) years of experience in administration, control or coordination of projects, or a similar role.
  • University education or comparable experience in engineering, administration, or finance.
  • Proficiency in Excel and familiarity with tracking and managing financial data.
  • Knowledge of the world of construction, administration or engineering.
  • Bilingualism (French and English) oral and written (in order to facilitate exchanges between English-speaking teams and clients).
  • Location in Quebec City, Montreal or Toronto.

Strengths

  • Knowledge of energy efficiency and/or sustainable development.

Specific advantages

  • Competitive compensation;
  • Comprehensive insurance and group RRSP with contribution;
  • Reimbursement of expenses incurred in the course of work;
  • Continuing education;
  • Flexible working conditions;
  • Responsibilities that focus on autonomy and taking initiative;
  • Stimulating and dynamic environment;
  • The chance to collaborate with recognized experts in the industry and with important companies in Canada;
  • The opportunity to have a strong and direct impact on climate change mitigation, decarbonization and sound energy management on a national scale.

We guarantee equal opportunities. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all of our team members.