Careers at CAGBC

Make a difference with a career in green building

Explore careers in green building. CAGBC is a team of passionate and committed professionals helping make Canada better through greener, healthier and more sustainable buildings. CAGBC is a progressive employer offering competitive salaries and benefits. We value work-life balance and foster an positive work atmosphere. CAGBC is an Equal by 30 signatory and is taking concrete action to close the gender gap in our industry. 

If you are looking for an exciting and satisfying career where you can contribute to the growth of sustainability in Canada or able to provide services as part of an open request for proposals – we want to hear from you!

Explore careers in green building.

Jobs at CAGBC

We are seeking applications from green building professionals for the following positions. New opportunities for a career in green building come up all the time, so please check back often.

Green Building Team Positions

The Green Building team plays a significant role in shaping Canada’s building sector; there’s no better place to learn from the industry’s leading projects and contribute to the evolution of green building.

CAGBC Corporate Offices

Join CAGBC’s team and help shape our work and impact across the country.

For questions at any time or to submit your résumé for future consideration, email CAGBC Recruitment. CAGBC welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part the selection process.

Business Development Advisor

Reporting to the Director, Market Engagement (the “Supervisor”), the Business Development Advisor is responsible nationally for business development relating to CAGBC’s certification, verification, private learning and other client-based service offerings (“CAGBC Products and Services”). This dynamic role is key to expanding the uptake and ensuring the retention of CAGBC’s existing and prospective client base while also cultivating relationships with building owners and other industry stakeholders to articulate the value of CAGBC Products and Services. This role involves working collaboratively with the entire Market Engagement Team, other departments and levels within the organization as well as with external subject matter experts.  

As a key member of the Market Engagement Team, the Business Development Advisor will contribute to growing the impact of CAGBC’s market engagement efforts across new and existing audiences. You are an energetic, customer-focused and forward-thinking individual who can leverage your existing skills and green building knowledge to develop and execute on results-driven growth plans in support of these efforts.  

Program Advisor

As a key member of the Market Engagement Team, the Program Advisor will contribute to the strategic execution and delivery of an integrated portfolio of member engagement initiatives, learning offerings and events, including CAGBC’s annual signature conference, Building Lasting Change. You are an energetic, creative and dynamic individual who can leverage your existing skills to help grow the impact of CAGBC’s market engagement efforts with member audiences and prospective users of its learning offerings in alignment with broader departmental and corporate strategies.

Leading a group of self-motivated and highly skilled individuals, the Program Advisor will guide the creation and implementation of programming from initial concept through execution, monitoring and evaluation. This role involves working collaboratively with the entire Market Engagement Team, other departments and levels within the organization as well as with external subject matter experts.

Business Development Specialist – Quebec (Bilingual)

As a key member of the Market Engagement Team, the Business Development Specialist is responsible for the development and growth of CAGBC’s green building programs and community in the Quebec market. This diverse and dynamic role is key to: expanding the uptake of CAGBC certification programs and standards, membership offerings and other CAGBC products and services in the province; establishing and maintaining relationships with both existing and prospective customers and members; and articulating the value of CAGBC and its programs to the Quebec market. You have existing knowledge of the green building market and by leveraging established contacts, you will be able to take responsibility for the growth of CAGBC in the region, while supporting nation-wide initiatives. This role interacts with all departments and levels of the organization across Canada.

Certification Reviewer II, Energy/HVAC

Reporting to the Director, Certification Services, the Certification Reviewer II, Energy HVAC is a member of a technical team that conducts reviews for the LEED Rating Systems, Zero Carbon Building Standards and IREE certification, ensuring quality, consistency, and timeliness. This individual draws on cross-cutting knowledge and direct experience with the programs to serve as a qualified assessor, technical resource, and problem-solver.

Requests for Proposals

From time to time, CAGBC issues requests for proposals or requests for qualifications looking for service providers to help us advance green building in Canada. New opportunities open periodically, so please check back often. For any questions relating to CAGBC RFPs or RFQs, please contact our procurement specialists.

RFSO for Marketing Services

CAGBC is soliciting proposals from qualified and experienced Marketing services service providers to provide the Services to support CAGBC needs, projects and initiatives undertaken by CAGBC in the coming years. CAGBC, through the RFSO process is seeking to develop a prequalified list of service providers. Deadline for questions concerning this RFSO is Thursday, February 22, 2024. Addenda will be issued Thursday, February 29, 2024. The submission deadline is Thursday, March 7, 2024. For specific times, please see the documentation below:

Equal by 30

The Equal by 30 Campaign is part of the Clean Energy, Education and Empowerment Initiative (C3E), which works to advance the participation of women in the clean energy transition and close the gender gap. Co-led by Canada and Sweden, Equal by 30 asks companies and governments to endorse principles of equal pay, equal leadership and equal opportunities, and to take concrete action to close the gender gap in the clean energy sector.

While CAGBC is focused on the green building sector, as a signatory, CAGBC demonstrates commitment to the Equal by 30 principles: To lead by example in integrating equality principles into recruitment and development; to promote gender diversity activities in our training and development; to provide leadership and share our experiences on gender diversity programming and initiatives; and, to report on progress towards these Equal by 30 goals.

To ensure we meet the reporting requirement, CAGBC has committed to the following organizational goals:

Avoid discrimination in recruitment practices, including taking non-traditional career trajectories and non-standard work experience into account in recruitment decisions.

Aim for 50% representation of women in all junior, midlevel and senior positions in which currently underrepresented by the year 2030.

Aim for a 50% target for women’s representation as board members and executive officers.

Modernize  policies to support flexible work hours, telecommuting, working part-time, and extended maternity and paternity leave.

Promote Equal by 30 and its principles, including to facilitate the exchange of best practices and knowledge-sharing where possible.

Our progress toward these goals is already significant. We observe equality principles in our recruitment, selection, and compensation policies and practices and are progressing against our gender parity targets. 

External positions – green building jobs

Explore more careers in green building. CAGBC member companies and organizations may submit their job postings to this forum. Email your listings including the closing date and links to job descriptions. Job postings MUST be submitted via hyperlink to your own website – the CAGBC doesn’t house PDF or Word files on

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