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Peace River Hydro Partners

Fort St. John, (Canada)


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Environmental Monitor - Site C


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Full time




Job Description:

-  Undertake daily field inspections and reporting to ensure compliance with the environmental protection plans (EPPs) and other regulatory approvals
-  Prepare and submit reports regularly to ensure thorough documentation and recording of environmental protection aspects of the project
-  Collect field based samples (i.e. water, soils) and record data and observations in an accurate and well-organized manner
-  Assist in the operation and maintenance of equipment, including laboratory, field, and monitoring equipment
-  Undertake investigations of environmental incidents and prepare written reports and recommendations
-  Maintain and ensure calibration of field monitoring equipment and related computers
-  Communicate effectively with project team members
-  Execute Health, Safety and Environmental Policies, Programs etc
Essential Functions
-  Ability to demonstrate working competency in environmental inspecting and monitoring (such as field/site inspections, water sampling, field assessment of vegetation, aquatic species and wildlife), and in the use of GPS equipment
-  Knowledge of BC Water Quality Guidelines
-  Ensuring that fuel and other spills are properly reported and cleaned up
-  Preparing daily reports and incident reports
-  Ability to identify bird species from sight and sound, as well as conduct bird nest sweeps surveys and implement mitigation measures

Job Requirements:

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
-  Possess a robust work ethic and be able to work independently, while able to thrive in a team environment
-  Proven problem-solving abilities
-  Ability to make defensible CPESC related decisions with little supervision
-  Strong interpersonal, verbal and written communication and organizational skills
-  Proficient in the writing of technical reports, data entry, data compilation and the management of databases
-  Proficient with Microsoft Office (Word, Outlook, PowerPoint, and Excel)
Experience/ Qualifications
-  Bachelor’s degree or diploma in environmental studies or technology from an institute of recognized standing with a minimum of three (3) years of related experience in environmental planning and monitoring on large construction projects
-  Nation community representatives, and other stakeholders and participants
-  Possess mature judgment and the ability to succeed with minimal supervision both independently and as a team member in an active construction environment
-  Must be willing to work 14/7 rotation schedule in a camp
-  Possess a valid class 5 driver’s license

How to Apply:

Please apply on our career website: http://www.prhp.ca

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