- We are looking for an Intermediate Environmental Scientist that wants to make a difference with a company that cares about its people.
- Supporting and managing projects within our reclamation practice area.
- Provide leadership, mentorship, and technical support to staff supporting your projects and programs.
- Build strong relationships with clients, suppliers, landowners/stakeholders, and regulators.
- Graduated from a college or university with a degree or a diploma in a natural resource-based science and eligible for a professional designation from either the AIA, ASPB, CAPF, or APEGA.
- 5-10 years experience working in land reclamation.
- Prior project management experience is preferred but not required.
- Can safely operate vehicles and have a valid class 5 driver’s licence.
- 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.
- An enthusiastic and positive attitude, with an ability to manage multiple priorities.
- You are organized, adaptable, and have a passion for consistently delivering outstanding work.
- 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-AB-0200-34. 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.
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