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Intermediate Environmental Scientist / Project Manager

Location: Fort St. John, BC; Full Time Position

General Qualifications

  • Graduate of a recognized Post Secondary institution or college the field of Biology, Ecology, or Environmental Sciences
  • 3+ years of relevant environmental consulting experience (in NE BC oil and gas preferred)
  • This position requires membership, or eligibility for membership, in the BC Institute for Agrologists
  • Highly proficient in MS Word, Excel and other MS Office programs
  • Current Safety Tickets (i.e., First Aid, H2S) preferred
  • Valid Class 5 Driver’s License
  • Canadian Citizen or Permanent Residency

Required Competencies

  • Ability to coordinate or assist with coordinating project planning, logistics, and preparation for field work
  • Understanding of applicable environmental regulations, guidelines and associated industry practices within BC
  • Strong commitment to health and safety
  • Excellent attention to detail, well organized, and reliable
  • Ability to manage time and priorities effectively
  • Ability to maintain accurate and up to date field information
  • Ownership attitude and accountability for completing tasks on time and on budget
  • Resourcefulness, constantly troubleshooting, knows the tools available and uses them appropriately
  • Strong oral communication skills, can effectively communicate with clients, peers, suppliers and contractors
  • Strong written communication and technical report writing skills
  • A team player!


  • Interface with staff and clients to setup, manage and report on environmental services related to upstream oil and gas facilities and regulatory requirements
  • Assist with building and maintaining positive client relationship focused on providing top quality service and project management excellence
  • Takes direction from and supports intermediate and senior staff to achieve project and business goals
  • Contributes to projects with focus on data collection/processing, increasing role in analysis/interpretation
  • Assist with and/or lead field assessments as required on oil and gas facilities on crown land, including watercourse, wetland, vegetation, soil, timber, and wildlife assessments, including travel
  • Complete technical reporting for Pre-Construction Site Assessments, Schedule “A” Soil Assessments, Fish Habitat Assessments, Watercourse Classification & Mitigation Reports, Wetland Classification & Mitigation Reports, Wildlife Assessments and Wildlife Habitat Features Reports, Environmental Protection Plans, and reclamation reports.
  • Undertake assignments that may involve travel and periods of time away from home office. Including baseline field studies, construction compliance monitoring, site reconnaissance, field biological surveys, client meetings, etc.


  • Full Time Position
  • Competitive Salary
  • Paid Vacation and Personal Time
  • Group Life and Health Benefits
  • Wellness Program and Professional Development Support
  • RRSP and Employer Contributions
  • Compensation packages will be determined based on candidate’s experience, education, and overall suitability for position.

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