PROJECT COORDINATOR / AQUATIC BIOLOGIST: Harvey 2369
We are a dynamic and rapidly expanding environmental consulting firm, who has been
voted as one of “Canada’s top 100 Small and Medium Employers in 2018 and 2019”.
We are a leader in providing biological services to the federal government, oil and gas, ports, and major developers.
We are looking for a Project Coordinator/ Aquatic Biologist to join our Biological Services Department for an exciting opportunity to grow your career and work on a variety of projects.
We have an opening for an Aquatic Biologist with experience in environmental consulting or regulatory work within British Columbia.
- The ideal candidate will have five to seven years plus of experience working with local environmental regulations and their application to a variety of projects in industry and government settings.
- You are an effective communicator proficient in preparing reports that meet regulatory and client requirements, while leading field programs and mentoring junior team members. ]
- You will be tasked with coordinating projects that relate mainly to aquatic issues, while participating in business development.
Specific skills and experience required:
- A positive attitude and the ability to be flexible as part of a small team of multidisciplinary biologists.
- Advanced technical skills in aquatic biology with the ability to plan and lead environmental assessments, regulatory responses, and habitat offsetting programs.
- B.Sc. in a relevant program is required, a M.Sc., would be considered an asset.
- Registered as an R.P. Bio or eligible for registration.
- Experience in writing and reviewing reports that meet federal, provincial, and municipal environmental regulatory requirements.
- Some experience with project management tasks including planning, preparing project schedules and budgets, overseeing field programs, responding quickly to client requests, and producing deliverables on time.
- Experience in working with a diverse clientele including developers, government agencies, government procurement services, port authorities, oil and gas, and rail.
- The ability to prepare proposals, while developing relationships with clients.
Experience in more than one of the following disciplines is considered an asset:
- Aquatic species at risk, aquatic invasive species, fish habitat, and watercourse assessment,
- Aquatic effects assessments, aquatic and riparian habitat offsetting design and monitoring, wetland restoration, and project management.
This is a fulltime position
Salary is open depending on experience
Benefits package is available