Senior Hazardous Materials Technician

Englobe Corp. are growing their operations in Moncton, NB and are searching for motivated, reliable professionals aiming to advance their career in the field of Environmental Engineering and Consulting.
Established in 1961, Englobe is one of Canada's leading environmental, geotechnical and materials consulting engineering firms. Operating out of 60 offices across Canada, we have a full-time staff of over 1,800 employees nationwide, including nearly 200 in Atlantic Canada alone. Recently, we have merged with Crandall Engineering Ltd. creating a need for determined and driven individuals to help service our dynamic project demand.
As a Senior Hazardous Materials Technician on our team, you will primarily be responsible for providing technical project support and mentoring junior staff in a variety Hazardous Material related projects such as Designated Substance Surveys, Asbestos Surveys, Indoor Air Quality Assessments and Abatement Monitoring and Oversight. Experience in other environmentally-related projects, such as Phased ESAs, Soil/Groundwater/Surface Water Sampling Programs, Remediation and Tank Removals, etc. is considered an asset.
If you are looking to work on exciting projects in a positive, friendly and respectful work environment on a growing team, we would love to hear from you.
Responsibilities may include:

  • Hazardous building materials (asbestos, lead paint, mould and other designated substances) surveys;
  • Hazardous material abatement monitoring and oversight;
  • Indoor air quality investigations;
  • Phased ESAs, including site inspections, and soil/groundwater/surface water sampling programs;
  • Supervision and verification of site remediation and tank removal activities;
  • Preparation of field notes, data analysis and evaluation.

  • A college diploma/certificate in environmental technology/technician or a Bachelor's degree in Engineering, or Applied Science;
  • A minimum of 3-4 years' experience in the environmental field conducting designated substance surveys;
  • Strong knowledge of hazardous building materials, and projects related to hazardous building materials.
  • Working knowledge of both provincial and federal regulations (as they related to hazardous materials);
  • Demonstrated oral and written communication skills;
  • Strong organizational skills and attention to detail;
  • Willingness and ability to travel around Atlantic region, as required.

Englobe Corp. adheres to employment equity and equal opportunity programs and encourages all women, visible minorities, Aboriginals and disabled persons to apply. Only selected candidates will be contacted.
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