Job Number: 1800000102
Founded in Quebec more than 50 years ago, Englobe is the 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 currently looking for an Intermediate Environmental Engineer / Professional for its Dartmouth (NS) Office. Reporting to the Environmental Engineering Team Leader, you will carry out a variety of environment related projects. More specifically, you will:
- Serve as an intermediate consultant for Environmental projects, designs and deliverables.
- Provide consulting services in the capacity of an Intermediate Engineer / Professional in the areas of Phase I, II and III Environmental Site Assessments, risk assessment and risk management, and remediation;
- Prepare and file Records of Site Condition (RSCs);
- Provide consulting services in the capacity of an Intermediate Engineer / Professional in the areas of indoor air quality and hazardous building material assessment, management and abatement;
- Apply in depth knowledge of engineering to the completion of complex and difficult projects under your responsibility;
- Work with project managers to ensure that projects are set up and executed in full compliance with quality standards and regulations;
- Build and/or support client relationships, working in conjunction with senior leadership team; and
- Provide effective technical support for members of the team.
- University Degree in Geology, Engineering or Applied Science in an environment related field;
- 5 to 7 years of experience in the field of environmental consulting in Nova Scotia;
- Experience with the assessment and management of contaminated sites;
- Experience with the assessment and management hazardous building materials;
- Experience working on federal projects is considered a strong asset;
- Member of a Professional association is considered a strong asset (P.Eng., P.Geo);
- Superior communication skills, written and spoken; and
Willingness and ability to travel throughout Atlantic Canada on an occasional basis 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.