The Sault Ste. Marie office is currently accepting applications for the position of Environmental Monitor. Reporting to the Office Manager, the Environmental Monitor will perform the required position duties at the office location and at a remote client site. The ideal candidate will be able to work on a shift rotation schedule and be willing to take on after-hours “on-call” responsibility.
- Conduct daily site inspections and meet daily/weekly reporting requirements;
- Conduct water sampling as per Environmental Approvals, permits or otherwise requested and maintain sampling records;
- Monitor waste management/disposal activities and maintain waste records;
- Maintain environmental logs and records as per company and government environmental policies;
- Interpretation of environmental regulations and investigation results to successfully meet the client’s requirements;
- Implement site specific environmental plans and protocols;
- Provide relevant environmental advice to client and subcontractors;
- Incident investigation, documentation and follow up including retraining and evaluations and tracking;
- Working with site health and safety personnel when required;
- Complete monitoring of construction activities to remain in compliance;
- Monitor construction activities and implement Environmental Protection Plans;
- Incident and violations monitoring and documentation.
When reviewing resumes and interviewing candidates, we will be looking for:
The successful candidate will need a personal vehicle but will also have access to a company vehicle for use at the site location. While working out of town, all meals and accommodations will be provided.
- Minimum of 5 years environmental monitoring experience;
- Experience in water quality sampling and understanding of chain of custody, equipment and protocol;
- Experience working on construction sites with multiple subcontractors;
- Understanding of contractor duties and responsibilities;
- Knowledge of Ontario environmental regulations and practices related to the Ministry of the Environment and the Ministry of Natural Resources;
- Knowledge of Canadian legislation and best practices related to Lakes and Rivers Improvement Act, Department of Fisheries and Oceans, and Navigable Waters Protection Act;
- Environmental Education from a recognized College, University, or trade school;
- Valid driver’s license, insurance and an excellent driving record;
- Strong interpersonal and communication skills;
- Ability to establish goals and objectives as well as organizational, presentation and coaching skills;
- Superior verbal and written communication;
- Evidence of working independently and as a self-starter;
- Pleasant demeanor with an unwavering commitment to environmental health and safety;
- Proficient computer skills using Microsoft Office, AutoCAD and Adobe.
Recognized by the Great Place to Work Institute
Recognized for 8 years in a row as one of the “Best Workplaces in Canada” by the Great Places to Work Institute, Pinchin is looking for the best and the brightest candidates. Your reward is one of the most competitive salary and benefits packages in the industry, and a company culture that values an equitable work/life balance.
We appreciate applications from all candidates, however only those invited for an interview will be contacted.
"Pinchin is committed to Employment Equity."
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