"Must have" skills
(These are skills that are absolutely required by the employer.)
Environmental Assessment -(1-2Y)
Environmental Planning -(1-2Y)
Environmental Engineering -(1-2Y)
Environmental Project Management -(1-2Y)
Environmental regulations knowledge -(1-2Y)
Environmental Site Assessments ESA -(1-2Y)
Environmental Sustainability -(1-2Y)
"Nice to have" skills
(These are skills the employer would like to have, but would be willing to go without.)
We have an exciting, unique opportunity to be involved with a growing and developing Environmental Consultant Our client have gone through a number of exciting recent developments and as a result, they are looking to hire an experienced, Senior Environmental Engineer, to be involved in assisting with the management of the office as well as high level technical input.
In this leadership role, you will be responsible for managing Environmental Assessment projects and will ultimately be responsible for providing report review duties on multiple projects. In your technical capacity, you will be involved in Phase I & II Site Assessments, co-ordinate sub-consultants and technical specialists, be involved in media and client briefings as the project progresses, supervise site drilling activities, manage sample collections and prepare Phase I ESA reports.
You will be a degree qualified Environmental Engineer and will bring a broad experience of Consulting Engineering. In a report review capacity, it is essential that you are currently have P.Eng status in Ontario.
The company are looking to invest in the future of their staff by offering clear career development plans at all levels. Motivated, focused and dedicated individuals will be given the opportunity to develop their management skills or take on further responsibility as required.
If you are hungry for success and feel that you want to be challenged, both professionally and personally, this is an excellent position for you. To hear more, please contact Richard Osborne on 416 644 1078 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org