Job Number: 1800000101
Founded in Quebec more than 50 years ago, Englobe is one of Canada’s largest soils, materials and environment organizations.
Englobe is distinguished by the credibility it has built up over the years and its people-centred values. Its 1,800 employees provide recognized expertise to a long roster of clients across Canada and abroad. The Englobe name is a guarantee of quality.
Englobe is pleased to offer a career opportunity to an ambitious Senior Environmental Technologist who enjoys working on a variety of projects from multiple sectors with a diverse team. Reporting to the Team Leader, your main task will be to co-ordinate and complete assigned activities with respect to the implementation of environmental projects. More specifically, you will:
- Perform Phased Environmental Site Assessments, including historical research, site inspections and soil and groundwater sampling programs;
- Supervise and verify site remediation and tank removal activities;
- Conduct air quality monitoring;
- Carry out surveys for Designated Substances and other Hazardous Materials;
- Prepare detailed field notes, data analysis and evaluation;
- Participate in technical report and proposal writing; and
- Develop and maintain client relationships.
- University Degree or College Diploma in Environmental Engineering, Earth Sciences or a civil engineering technology field;
- Minimum 10 years of relevant environmental assessment/field experience;
- Professional certification an asset, including CET, Professional Engineers of Nova Scotia, Professional Geoscientists of Nova Scotia;
- Working knowledge of both provincial and federal environmental regulations;
- Demonstrated oral and written communication skills;
- Proficient computer skills, including MS Word and Outlook;
- Experience with AutoCADD and borehole logging programs an asset;
- Experience in supervising contractors on the work site;
- Strong organizational skills, attention to detail and able to complete work within established timeframes;
- Team-oriented and an excellent communicator; and
- Valid driver's license, ability and willingness to travel to job sites.
Englobe 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.