Environmental Manager for the Solid Waste Management Services

Seeking candidates for the position of
Environmental Manager for the Solid Waste Management Services

Overview:

Under the authority of the Director of the Solid Waste Management Service, the Environmental Manager develops and oversees activities and programs related to waste diversion. In addition, the Environmental Manager is responsible for the health and safety committee, all aspects of treatment systems as well as the power generation facility.

Main Responsibilities:

  • Plan, develop, organize and coordinate all waste diversion programs;
  • Develop awareness and education programs and promote these as required;
  • Establish and coordinate publicity and promotion of waste diversion programs and evaluate its results;
  • Manage and respect budgets for waste diversion programs as well as for the treatment systems and the power generation facility;
  • Develop policies and procedures regarding waste diversion programs, treatments, and the power generation facility;
  • Lead and plan all activities related to treatment systems, i.e. leachate treatment systems, surface water, sewage sludge, biogas and any other environmental requirements;
  • Respond to questions from the public regarding waste diversion programs;
  • Supervise and lead the staff under his or her direction.

General Requirements

  • University degree in Envrionment with a minimum of 2 years experience in the field. A college diploma in environment with a minimum of 5 years of relevant experience could be considered;
  • Experience in labour and project management;
  • Ability to speak in public and make presentations;
  • Ability to maintain harmonious interpersonal relationships;
  • Knowledge of MS Office products. Solid knowledge of graphic design software would be an asset;
  • Fluency in both official languages of New Brunswick, spoken and written.

The regular work week is thirty-five (35) hours. The candidates must be available to work occasionally in the evenings and on weekends. They must also have a valid driver's licence.

Applicants may submit their applications no later than October 15, 2021, to the attention of Dayna Carroll, Director of Solid Waste Management, 1300 Route 360, Allardville, NB, E8L 1H5, Tel. : (506) 725-2402, Fax. : (506) 725-2410, or by email at dayna.carroll@csrchaleurrsc.ca.

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