You will work with a team of professionals to shape and grow our business in British Columbia and support projects across all of Trace.
- Provide senior technical advisory relating to contaminated sites assessment and the management of projects
across all market sectors within British Columbia.
- Liaise and foster relationships with industry colleagues.
- Present results to clients and regulators.
- Coach and mentor junior, intermediate, and fellow senior technical staff.
- Minimum of 10 years of consulting experience.
- Active member in the Society of Contaminated Sites Approved Professionals of British Columbia.
- Quality, health, safety, and wellness are critical to you.
- You are positive, humble, caring, genuine, and trustworthy.
- You enjoy work life balance and being a part of a people-focused company.
- You take pride in your work.
- You embrace being a key member of integrated and interdisciplinary teams.
- You love what you do and are a leader in your field.
- You have an enthusiastic and positive attitude, an ability to multi-task, and a passion for consistently delivering outstanding work.
- You are excited about coaching and mentoring technical staff.
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
For further information or to apply:
Please visit traceassociates.ca/careers to submit your cover letter and resume to position number CAN-BC-0700-03. Resumes submitted without a cover letter will not be considered. We thank all those who apply; however, only those selected for interviews will be contacted.
Trace recognizes that diversity, equity, and inclusion help us build a stronger company. The purpose for collecting this voluntary confidential information is to help us create a diverse and equitable workplace. Providing this information will have no effect on hiring decisions and is used only to measure progress of our goal to reach diverse candidates.
At Trace our Indigenous Hiring Strategy and Diversity, Equity, and Employment Strategy focuses on five designated groups: women, Indigenous Peoples, visible minority groups, LGBTQ people, and people with disabilities.