- You will collaborate with a team of passionate natural science professionals on a diversity of projects across multiple market sectors.
- Develop and maintain relationships with clients, regulators, suppliers, and peers.
- Support and mentor junior and intermediate professionals.
- Advise on projects primarily within Western Canada.
- Enhance Trace’s reputation.
- Contribute to quality assurance and quality control within the natural sciences practice.
- Seek and implement opportunities for innovation and efficiencies.
- We genuinely care about you and put our people first.
- A culture of positivity, empowerment, empathy, trust, and teamwork.
- You will have input in our strategy and the support of the Partners in our firm to help execute that strategy.
- You can “choose your own adventure” at Trace and we will help you get there.
- We are a company that wants to be the best at everything we do.
- A flexible employee ownership program where shareholders provide input and help make decisions.
About You and Your Qualifications
- 8+ years relevant experience.
- Status as a Professional Biologist.
- You energetically solve problems.
- Understanding of applicable provincial and federal legislation and guidance.
- $81,000 – $155,000 annually.
For further information or to apply:
Please visit traceassociates.ca/careers to submit your cover letter and resume quoting position number CAN-0300-24. We look forward to seeing your personality shine through in your cover letter. We thank all those who apply; however, only those selected for interviews will be contacted.
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