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Senior Analyst, Sustainability and Climate Change Measurement & Reporting

What You’ll Do

The Sustainability and Climate Change Measurement & Reporting team is responsible for quantifying and developing the environmental impact and footprint of CTC’s value-chain, managing Climate Disclosure, including performance and progress against public commitments, and supporting the strategic development of future climate change and GHG emission reduction targets from across all areas of the business.

As Canada and the rest of the world prepares for a lower-carbon economy, the Measurement& Reporting team will ensure that CTC has the data and insights necessary to successfully transition. The Senior Analyst will play a key role in developing CTC’s climate strategy, providing evidence-based recommendations and actionable business insights that have been distilled from large volumes of data. The role will be deeply involved in the preparation of the CTC’s environmental footprint and will report to the Manager, Sustainability and Climate Change Measurement& Reporting.
  • Planning, coordination, development, and consolidation of CTC’s annual Environmental Footprint/Climate Performance Report in accordance with GHG Protocol
  • Calculation and ongoing monitoring of sustainability and climate performance and strategy, defining KPIs and calculation methods in partnership with various business groups
  • Support the development and help implement projects of CTC’s decarbonization strategy in line with global and Canadian goals
  • Identify opportunities and develop business cases for decarbonization of operations and business models in support of the transition to a lower carbon economy
  • Monitor CTC’s progress against our sustainability/decarbonization strategy and targets
  • Act as sustainability/decarbonization subject matter expert to support and engage with various areas of CTC
  • Analyze large volumes of complex data to develop data-driven insights, identify trends and understand root causes
  • Develop broad knowledge of operational business initiatives through close and regular engagement with business partnersto deliver results
  • Recommending and leading continuous improvement efforts to improve completeness, accuracy, relevance, and timeliness of sustainability reporting
  • Communicate findings in a clear and compelling narrative to influence strategy
  • Maintain effective documentation and records management in accordance with corporate directives
  • Keep informed with sustainability reporting and broader ESG industry trends, provide recommendations and insight to ensure stakeholders are represented

What You’ll Bring

  • Bachelor’s degree in business, sustainability, accounting; MBA or CPA or equivalent an asset
  • 5 years of work experience in progressive analytical roles
  • Experience in GHG accounting quantification, verification, and reporting. GHG and/or carbon accounting certification is an asset
  • Detailed knowledge of climate change related issues, greenhouse gas emissions and science-based targets
  • Solid understanding of GHG protocol,ESG ratings, and sustainability frameworks (i.e. TCFD, ISSB, GRI, SASB)
  • Experience with LCA databases and product carbon footprints
  • Demonstrated project management and organizational skills
  • Positive attitude, detailed oriented, curious nature, and a motivated self-starter with an ability to work independently and collaboratively in a rapidly changing environment
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills with all levels of stakeholders up to and including executive level
  • Experience building and maintaining strong working relationships with internal and external stakeholders to achieve objectives


At Canadian Tire we value flexibility. We have adopted a hybrid work model whereby employees use a combination of working in office and virtually in service of outcomes. Each leader is empowered to decide what work is best achieved in person based on the unique needs of their team.

About Us

Canadian Tire Corporation, Limited (“CTC”) is one of Canada’s most admired and trusted companies. With more than 90 Owned Brands, 1,700 retail locations, financial services, exemplary e-commerce capabilities, and exciting market-leading merchandising strategies. We dream big and work as one to innovate with purpose for our customers at every level of our business, investing in new technologies and products, and doubling down on top talent to drive the company forward. We offer competitive salaries and wages to CTC employees, as well as store discounts, supported learning through our Triangle Learning Academy, Canadian Tire Profit Sharing, and retirement and savings programs for eligible employees. As part of our enhanced flex benefits program, we offer mental health benefits in the amount of $5,000 per year for benefits-eligible employees and their families, including total well-being, and mental health tools and resources for all employees. Join us in helping to make life in Canada better through living and working our Core Values: we are innovators and entrepreneurs at our core, outcomes drive us, inclusion is a must, we are stronger together and we take personal responsibility. It is an especially exciting time to join CTC and its family of companies where career opportunities are wide-ranging! Join us, where there's a place for you here.

Our Commitment to Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging

We are committed to fostering an environment where belonging thrives, and diversity, inclusion and equity are infused into everything we do. We believe in building an organizational culture where people are consistently treated with dignity while respecting individual religion, nationality, gender, race, age, perceived ability, spoken language, sexual orientation, and identification. We are united in our purpose of being here to help make life in Canada better.


We stand firm in our Core Value that inclusion is a must. We welcome and encourage candidates from equity-seeking groups such as people who identify as racialized, Indigenous, 2SLGBTQIA+, women, people with disabilities, and beyond. Should you require any accommodation in applying for this role, or throughout the interview process, please make them known when contacted and we will work with you to help meet your needs. 
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Location: Toronto, ON, Canada
Company: Canadian Tire Corporation

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