DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
• Work with Government Agencies for the acquisition of land rights.
• Review and/or Prepare Environmental Field Reports, Aggregate Field Reports, Oil Sands Exploration Programs, Caribou Protection Plans and Annual Operating Plans
• Communicate with key stakeholders throughout the duration of a project such as clients, regulatory officials, government agencies and project managers
• Conduct thorough site reviews and supporting assessment documentation
• Work effectively in a team environment while also taking initiative independently
• Prepare and update status reports for each ongoing project ensuring accuracy and effective communication of project progress
• Complete a broad range of environmental assessments from pre-development approvals to site restoration and reclamation
• Must be able to travel and conduct some field work (e.g., wetland assessments, wildlife sweeps) for durations of up to 1-2 days on short notice
• Minimum 1 year of experience
• Knowledge of relevant public land legislation and regulations
• Public consultation experience
• Experience with reclamation assessments (Phase 1,2 and 3 ESAs, DSA) and equipment Supervision would be an asset
• Professional Biologist or RPFT (Registered Professional Forest Technologist) would be an asset.
• Some experience with reviewing survey plans and knowledge of construction practices would be an asset.
• Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook
• Proficiency in GIS would be an asset
• Experience with wetland assessments (WAIF, WAIR) would be an asset
• Strong organizational, problem solving and time management skills
• Excellent negotiation, communication and interpersonal skills
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