300, 160 Quarry Park Boulevard SE

Calgary, Alberta, Canada T2C 3G3

Tel:      403-453-3797

Email: Calgary@enertechstaff.com

Environmental Specialist

Our client, a leading engineering company, is looking for a number of experienced Environmental Specialist to work on a major project based in Kitimat, BC. The ideal candidate will have strong knowledge of local, provincial and federal environmental regulations.

 

Duties and responsibilities

 

  • Responsible for construction planning, execution and compliance in monitoring terrestrial, riparian, freshwater and marine areas. 

  • Consult and oversee execution of construction activities ensuring compliance is met with federal and provincial regulations 

  • Conduct and document pre-disturbance and construction monitoring activities

  • Implement and supervise techniques to minimize environmental hazards

  • Supervise training courses and assist in mentoring junior field staff, as well as writing proposals, operations, logistics, quality control and planning

  • Work independently and in a cross-disciplinary team environment.

  • Interact and liaise with clients and project teams

Location

Kitimat, BC

Start date

Immediately

Type

Contract

 

Qualifications

  • Bachelor's Degree in Environmental Science or Biology

  • 8+ years of experience in project environmental management

  • 2+ years of experience in working in marine, estuary, freshwater, and terrestrial environment in early works, civil and marine construction.

  • Proven experience in implementing projects, managing resources, leading teams, project management, client relations, technical writing, business development, aquatic ecosystems and the collection of baseline data

  • Previous experience with oil & gas, hydroelectric and mining projects

  • Registration as an R.P. Bio in good standing with CAB-BC or other QEP designation

  • Excellent skills in project management, technical writing, construction planning, and environmental planning, as well as verbal and communication skills

 

We are a Certified Aboriginal Business (CAB) and an equal opportunity employer that is committed to maintaining a diversified and inclusive workplace.  We encourage applications from all interested parties including women, Indigenous persons, persons with disabilities, and members of visible minorities.