Licensing & Environmental Engineer
- Set and maintain project schedules and budgets; makes decisions with respect to overall technical execution of the project; liaises with technical specialists or other senior project managers to ensure the technical integrity of the project.
- Provide technical expertise for contaminated site investigation and remediation programs.
- Interprets findings and preparation and/or review of technical reports.
- Supervision and mentorship of junior professional staff involved in carrying out field programs, ensuring project requirements are communicated and health and safety protocols are adhered to. In addition, completing annual performance reviews, objective setting, and support for direct reports to achieve set objectives.
- Actively promote Health and Safety programs and culture.
- Active in business development activities and maintaining client relationships.
- Participates in the preparation of proposals and cost estimates.
- Participates in short and long range planning within assigned clients group or offices.
TECHNICAL SKILLS REQUIRED:
- Experience with the interpretation of provincial and federal environmental regulations.
- Experience completing Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessments on a variety of contaminated sites (e.g., downstream, midstream, upstream oil & gas, etc.).
- Characterize environmental aspects of site based on interpretation of data collected during site investigation, sampling and analysis (for example, contaminants, their concentration and general extent).
- Determine the need and scope for sampling program, including environmental indicators, chemicals of concern, and sampling constraints.
- Develop environmental sampling protocols, the frequency and timing of sampling, optimum locations for continuous or discrete sampling, data capture systems, and parameter list for analysis.
- Assess the accuracy and precision of analytical results by applying good practice guidance or established QA/QC methods.
- Interpret analytical data to identify trends, significant changes from historical patterns, deviations, or evidence of environmental stresses, etc.
- Ensure site assessment is completed properly and that action plans are developed and implemented to satisfactorily achieve the desired outcomes.
- Prepare site assessment report(s) to meet regulatory and other requirements, identifying potential risk and scope of further action by appropriate stakeholders, if necessary.
- Communicate results of site assessment to stakeholders such as property owners, responsible party, regulators, the public, etc. via a public consultation or other appropriate communication process.
MINIMUM EDUCATION: University Degree in a relevant field
FIELD(S) OF STUDY: Chemistry, Engineering, Environmental, Environmental Assessment, Environmental Science, Forestry, Geology, Hydrogeology, Land Reclamation, Soil Science, Biology & Environmental Studies, Ecosystem Restoration, Agronomy
YEARS OF EXPERIENCE: 7 to 15
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