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Four Environmental Engineering Positions - Ottawa and Vancouver
Our client: International. One of Canada’s Top 50 Best Managed Private Companies. An Employee-Owned multi-disciplinary firm of Consulting Engineers and Environmental Scientists.


Senior Environmental Engineer

Compensation: Highly competitive and commensurate with potential contribution / negotiable.

Position: Reporting to the Divisional Manager, whose role you should be capable of assuming within a year, assist in leading and supervising a staff of 25+ in the Environmental Engineering Division.

You: A registered professional engineer or geologist with 10 + years of experience with a diverse background in environmental assessment, site remediation, environmental risk assessment, hydrogeology, waste management, and/or field sampling. Experience in hazardous building materials, environmental auditing, and property development industries would be an asset. Excellent technical knowledge of BC Waste Management and Contaminated Sites Regulations along with exceptional organizational and leadership skills are critical. Exceptional project management and communication skills complement your  persuasive and scientific bent.


Senior Risk Assessor: Contaminated Land

Compensation: Highly competitive and commensurate with potential contribution / negotiable.

Position: Rewarding, Challenging, Fun and will appeal to the Senior Risk Assessor who is recognized for their ability to provide “expert testimony”.

You:  A results-driven self-starter with a minimum of 10 years experience in the risk assessment field, you have a background in chemical, mechanical, or process engineering. Your written and communication skills complement your innovative and creative thinking, initiative, and passion for excellence.

Preferably in a consulting environment, you have at least 5+ years experience and excellent technical skills in ecological risk assessment and/or human health risk assessment. Expert knowledge of HAZOP, event and fault tree analyses, source characterization, and dense-gas modeling using models such as SLAB or HG System is essential.


In addition to emailing your Resume as an MS Word attachment, please complete a “Registration On-Line” form available on our Home Page at www.cntaylor.com

Thank you to all respondents. We will be reviewing all submissions, and contacting only those candidates selected for interviews.

Please quote Ref.# CEIAV0100 in the subject line of your email to
cliff@cntaylor.com

Senior Hydrogeologist

Compensation: Highly competitive and commensurate with potential contribution / negotiable.

Position: Contribute to the success of our client’s growing hydrogeology practice in Ottawa, in the dual areas of contaminated sites and water supply. Manage all phases of projects - development of work plans and budgets, and mentor and supervise project staff. Lead business development initiatives that help grow a strategic client base and be the technical leader in one or more aspects of hydrogeology. Proficiency in industry-standard groundwater software applications including flow / transport models, contouring programs, and aquifer-testing software is a given.

You: A graduate degree in hydrogeology or related discipline (earth sciences or engineering) with a minimum of 5 - 7 years experience in planning, conducting and managing all aspects of hydrogeologic projects. Your experience covers most technical areas of Contaminant Hydrogeology and Groundwater Resources Assessment and you have a sound working knowledge of and ability to interpret environmental regulations, guidelines, and standards. Experience in Ontario and Quebec is most desirable.

Your organizational, communication, and technical writing skills are exceeded only by your demonstrated leadership and strong business development bent.


Site Remediation Specialist

Compensation: Highly competitive and commensurate with potential contribution / negotiable.

Position: You have the ability to evaluate soil/groundwater impacts at contaminated sites and design/execute remedial action plans, select appropriate in-site and ex-site remedial techniques that follow the appropriate provincial and federal regulatory framework.

Effectively manage and coordinate remedial activities with contractors and members of a multi-disciplinary team during site restoration. Above all, you know what it takes to continuously grow a Practice, profitably.

You: A P.Eng. or Geoscientist with a minimum of 5 - 10 years experience in site remediation, you have well-rounded technical and project management skills and have demonstrated that you know how to exceed clients’ satisfaction often within budgetary and time constraints. You have an abundance of common sense, are results and process improvement driven, and renowned for your entrepreneurial bent and being a big picture thinker who never loses sight of the details.  Bilingualism a definite asset.

Be involved, recognized, and have fun contributing to the success of your clients, your new team and your own career.


In addition to emailing your Resume as an MS Word attachment, please complete a “Registration On-Line” form available on our Home Page at www.cntaylor.com

Thank you to all respondents. We will be reviewing all submissions, and contacting only those candidates selected for interviews.

Please quote Ref.# CEIAV0200 in the subject line of your email to
cliff@cntaylor.com

Environmental Advisor—Environmental Advisory Services

 

 

Export Development Canada’s Environmental Advisory Services team has an opening for an individual who is resourceful and thrives in an exciting team environment. As an intermediate Environmental Advisor you will be responsible for reviewing the environmental and social impacts of international projects supported by EDC. You have 5-8 years experience in a broad range of environmental issues, in a variety of industrial or natural resource sectors..

 

Requirements:

 

·         Bachelor or Masters degree in an environmentally related discipline.

·         Knowledge of environmental assessment theory and practice. planning

·         Familiarity with internationally recognized environmental and social standards, guidelines and good practices (e.g., World Bank standards, etc.).

·         Spanish or French an asset.

·         Security clearance -- level to be determined.

 

How to Apply:

 

If you are interested in joining our team in Ottawa please forward your resume in confidence to:

                Human Resource Division,

                Export Development Canada,

                151 O’Connor St.,

                Ottawa, Ont.,

                K1A 1K3

                Fax: 613-598-2578

                E-mail: hrrh@edc.ca

 

We appreciate the interest of all applicants however only the candidates selected for an interview will be contacted. If selected, please advise us if you require special accommodation for your interview. If you apply by e-mail please do not send a duplicate by fax or regular mail.

 

 

 

Éco-conseiller—Services consultatifs environnementaux

  

L’Équipe des services consultatifs environnementaux d’Exportation et développement Canada recherche une personne débrouillarde et enthousiaste à l’idée de travailler au sein d’une équipe dynamique. En tant qu’éco-conseiller intermédiaire, vous examinerez les impacts environnementaux et sociaux des projets internationaux appuyés par EDC. Vous avez de 5 à 8 années d’expérience en gestion d’enjeux environnementaux liés à divers secteurs de l’industrie ou des ressources naturelles.

 

Exigences

 

·        Diplôme en génie ou maîtrise dans une discipline liée à l’environnement.

·        Connaissances théoriques et pratiques en évaluation et planification environnementale.

·        Excellente connaissance des normes, lignes directrices et pratiques reconnues  internationalement aux chapitres environnemental et social (p. ex. , normes de la Banque mondiale).

·        Atout : connaissance de l’espagnol ou du français.

·        Autorisation de sécurité (niveau à déterminer).

 

Marche à suivre

 

Si vous êtes intéressé à vous joindre à notre équipe d’Ottawa, veuillez nous faire parvenir votre curriculum vitae* à l’adresse suivante :

            Division des ressources humaines

            Exportation et développement Canada,

            151 rue O’Connor

            OTTAWA ON  K1A 1K3

            Téléc. : (613) 598-2578

            Courriel : hrrh@edc.ca

 

* Tous les renseignements personnels demeurent confidentiels.

 

Nous remercions tous les candidats de leur intérêt, mais seules les personnes convoquées à une entrevue recevront une réponse. Nous prions ces dernières de nous indiquer si des mesures d’adaptation seront nécessaires pour leur entrevue. Si vous postulez par courrier électronique, il n’est pas nécessaire d’envoyer votre demande par télécopieur ou par la poste.

 

Date Posted: 7 June, 2002


Job Description

 

 

Job Title

Ingénieur ou technicien en génie civil

Salary

Selon expérience

Job Duties

Environnement et infrastructures municipales.

Experience (in years)

0

Education

College Diploma

Specific Education

Diplôme d'études collégiales ou baccalauréat en génie civil.

Qualifications

Expérience minimale requise. Un diplôme de maîtrise serait un avantage. Qualications recherchées pour travaux d'ingénierie civils, hydrauliques, structures et routiers et pour études et conception de travaux de traitement, de réseaux d'eau potable, d'eaux usées et d'infrastructures municipales. Aussi techniciens recherchés pour les mêmes travaux.

Additional information

Poste permanent dans la région de la Montérégie.

Closing Date

Monday, August 26, 2020

Apply via

Email: enviro@enviroaccess.ca


This job was posted on August 1, 2020