What your day will look like:– Field Activities (80%): Comply with applicable health and safety procedures and guidelines; coordinate and complete contaminated sites projects, including Phase I, II & III Environmental Site Assessments, hydrogeological investigations, soil/groundwater/surface water/sediment/soil vapour sampling programs, and contaminated site remediation projects; complete documentation of field activities; assist in supporting environmental assessment reports, including: data tables, borehole logs, test pit logs, GIS/CAD, etc.; respond to emergency spills of various fuel products into the environment or residential setting; operate, calibrate, and maintain project specific equipment; ability to work overtime if needed. – Project Coordination (20%): Coordinate with laboratories, clients, subcontractors, third-party stakeholders; compile and analyze data; contribute to the preparation of project proposals and presentations; assist in report writing; coordinate and manage project tasks, budgets and schedules; and assist project managers, engineers, environmental scientists on a variety of multidisciplinary design teams. Qualifications Be pursuing a degree or diploma in environmental engineering technology, environmental sciences, or environmental engineering; strong desire to learn; strong work ethic with genuine interest in environmental programs and field work; and valid Driver’s License. Experience Exceptional problem solving and critical thinking skills; demonstrated abilities to work in multidisciplinary team and independently; working knowledge of Microsoft Office (i.e., Excel and Word); knowledge in several of: geology, hydrogeology, field procedures, basic chemistry, geology, remediation engineering, site characterization, waste management, health and safety will be considered an asset.
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