Quality Program Services’ Empower Me program is seeking dynamic, community-driven, team players ready to hit
the ground running in the position of Energy Mentor. Empower Me Energy Mentors promote and implement
Empower Me, an energy savings program designed for multi-lingual communities including Township of Langley,
Surrey and Vancouver. Empower Me Energy Mentors are selected based on their roles and influence in these
communities. They are trained to help their community reduce their energy usage, improve home safety, health,
and comfort.

The ideal Energy Mentor has experience working with community organizations. They are positive, enthusiastic, and
able to maintain calm under pressure. The Energy Mentor is well-connected and interested in making an impact
through their own networks.

Key Responsibilities:
Work with families and individuals coaching and mentoring them to save energy in their homes
Maintain accurate records of families through data entry and record keeping
Execute street-level grassroots marketing and outreach campaigns
Plan and attend community events as a representative of Empower Me
Timely reporting on Energy Mentor activities

Required Skills & Experience:
Basic computer literacy (Microsoft Word, Excel, email, basic data entry)
Excellent written and verbal communications skills
Able to work independently
Ability to provide program information to eligible program participants
Applicants must have their own transportation

Desired Skills & Experience:
Experience with street-level grassroots marketing campaigns
Organization and planning skills
Familiarity with energy, sustainability, and conservation or willingness to learn
Experience working with various community organizations in BC or the Lower Mainland

We offer flexible working hours and a relaxed, open, and supportive environment. This is an hourly, part-time
position, including some business hours as well as evenings and weekends.

*** To Apply: For ISSofBC clients, please contact your Employment Counselor or Career Facilitator. For others, please contact 604-684-2561, or email: employersolutions@issbc.org and reference the Job ID in the subject title.***