As an Environmental Specialist in Wetlands, you will have the opportunity to link your personal passions to your professional career by becoming a change agent at Integrated Sustainability. You will provide significant contributions to a diverse range of projects and your work at Integrated Sustainability will make a difference through advancing innovative solutions to a variety of industrial sectors. You will participate in proposal development through to project execution and completion and work as part of a multidisciplinary team. Reporting to the Regulatory Manager, you will be integral to the team and be part of a growing and leading-edge group of professionals.
Integrated Sustainability is a Calgary based, innovative, and leading provider of professional services that integrates world-class front-end project consulting and delivery teams, to execute sustainable Water, Waste, and Energy solutions. We are an employee owned team who value long-term social and environmentally sustainable solutions.
We are passionate about managing the water lifecycle from source protection and resource management, to water and wastewater treatment and disposal. We strive to find total lifecycle solutions through a risk management approach, while implementing efficient fit-for-purpose engineering design and scientific solutions. To meet these challenges, we have attracted a dynamic, energetic team of professionals who are highly recognized specialists in their field of expertise and love coming to work every day!
- Development of strong relationships with clients and co-workers.
- Contribute to interdisciplinary projects through technical support.
- Development and execution of technical field programs.
- Establishing man-hours, cost, and schedule for project deliverables.
- Produce technical reports, proposals and presentations.
- Communicate technical results with clients, regulators and other disciplines.
- Minimum of 8 years of direct experience in wetlands and must be a Qualified Wetland Science Practitioner (QWSP).
- Experience with planning, leading, managing, and conducting wetland delineation and impact assessments.
- A registered membership with the Alberta Institute of Agrologists (P.Ag.), British Columbia Institute of Agrologists (P.Ag.), Alberta Society of Professional Biologists (P.Biol.) or College of Applied Biology of British Columbia (R.P.Bio.).
- In-depth knowledge and understanding of the Alberta Water Act, Alberta Wetland Policy and Alberta Wetland Mitigation Directive.
- Strong understanding of regulatory requirements in Western Canada.
- Knowledge and understanding of wetlands in British Columbia, including the Environmental Protection and Management Guideline, Water Sustainability Act, and associated regulations are considered an asset.
- Willingness to do both field and in-office work.
- Hydrology background is considered an asset. Experience in surface water, soils, and vegetation is considered an asset.
- Experience with environmental monitoring for construction is considered an asset. Initiative and accountability – self-starter, takes ownership and responsibility for work and actions.
- Proven ability to multitask efficiently and flexibility to respond to changes in priorities.
- Strong organizational and time management skills – ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines while maintaining composure.
- Ability to work on diverse, multi-disciplinary projects.
- Strong interpersonal skills.
- Valid driver’s licence with a clean abstract.
- Must be fluent in English and legally able to work in Canada.
To apply please send your resume with cover letter to [email protected]
Please ensure to include the job number (ENSP0105) in the email subject line.
We thank all applicants; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.