Hazardous Materials & Indoor Environmental Assessment Technician

Your Employer
We are currently seeking an Hazardous Materials and Indoor Environmental Assessment Technician to work out our Burnaby, BC office.
Applicants must have hazardous building materials assessments and monitoring experience.
Your Contribution

  • Perform hazardous materials surveys (asbestos, mould, lead etc.), abatement monitoring, review of asbestos mgmt. plans, and remediation inspections, and air sampling;
  • Utilize NIOSH 7400 method
  • Record field data and prepare reports based on established templates;
  • Coordinate and maintain field equipment maintenance, charging and repairs;
  • Work will fluctuate and will require working regular business hours, evenings/nights and weekends, sometimes on an emergency, immediate response basis. Ability to maintain flexibility and adaptability to scheduling changes and occasional overtime is required;
  • Travel between worksites will be required locally, with occasional need to travel provincially or nationally to urban and remote areas;
  • Perform other field and office responsibilities, as required to support DST's multi-disciplinary projects.
  • Conduct project administration tasks as required, including timesheet generation and project invoicing.

Your Profile
  • Post-secondary education in environmental sciences and/or engineering technology or equivalent.
  • 3-5 years of related work experience is preferred
  • Possession of valid driver's license required;
  • Eligibility to obtain federal security clearance required. Federal security clearance
  • Already obtained (Reliability or Secret) is considered a significant asset.
  • Excellent written and oral English communication skills;
  • Highly developed interpersonal skills;
  • Strong organization and planning skills;
  • Strong ability to multi-task;
  • Ability to work independently as well as part of a team;
  • Able to meet tight deadlines and work well under pressure;
  • Ownership of a personal vehicle considered an asset.

Qualifications:
  • Post-secondary education in environmental sciences and/or engineering technology or equivalent.
  • 3-5 years of related work experience is preferred
  • Possession of valid driver's license required;
  • Eligibility to obtain federal security clearance required. Federal security clearance
  • Already obtained (Reliability or Secret) is considered a significant asset.
  • Excellent written and oral English communication skills;
  • Highly developed interpersonal skills;
  • Strong organization and planning skills;
  • Strong ability to multi-task;
  • Ability to work independently as well as part of a team;
  • Able to meet tight deadlines and work well under pressure;
  • Ownership of a personal vehicle considered an asset.

Responsibilities:
  • Perform hazardous materials surveys (asbestos, mould, lead etc.), abatement monitoring, review of asbestos mgmt. plans, and remediation inspections, and air sampling;
  • Utilize NIOSH 7400 method
  • Record field data and prepare reports based on established templates;
  • Coordinate and maintain field equipment maintenance, charging and repairs;
  • Work will fluctuate and will require working regular business hours, evenings/nights and weekends, sometimes on an emergency, immediate response basis. Ability to maintain flexibility and adaptability to scheduling changes and occasional overtime is required;
  • Travel between worksites will be required locally, with occasional need to travel provincially or nationally to urban and remote areas;
  • Perform other field and office responsibilities, as required to support DST's multi-disciplinary projects.
  • Conduct project administration tasks as required, including timesheet generation and project invoicing.

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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