Junior to Intermediate Environmental Scientist
Grassland Environmental Inc. is an environmental consulting firm based in Kindersley, Saskatchewan with offices in strategic locations throughout Saskatchewan and Alberta. We utilize our technical expertise in a range of environmental and regulatory consulting services to ensure our clients meet their regulatory requirements. The current environmental services offered to our clients include: planning, regulatory compliance, environmental monitoring, drilling waste management, environmental site assessments, remediation, and reclamation.
Grassland Environmental Inc. is currently seeking a junior to intermediate level environmental scientist for our Calgary office. This role would involve assisting project managers and senior environmental staff by conducting a variety of environmental projects throughout Alberta and Saskatchewan. Key responsibilities of the position would include, but not be limited to, the following:
- conducting soil, vegetation and wildlife assessments
- environmental monitoring for projects in sensitive areas
- coordination and execution of field programs for a variety of projects, including site assessments, remediation and reclamation
- preparation of technical reports associated with site assessment projects, regulatory approvals and/or compliance requirements
The position will primarily involve fieldwork; however, it will progressively lead toward project management tasks such as designing field programs, supervising and coordinating junior staff as well as client liaison responsibilities.
- University degree in environmental science, biology, geography, soil science or a related discipline.
- One to three years of relevant environmental project experience, preferably encompassing fieldwork (including groundwater and soil sampling, biophysical assessments, remediation, and/or reclamation) and report preparation.
- Demonstrated organizational, time management, and safety skills.
- Ability to work independently and succeed in a team based environment.
- Strong written and verbal communication skills.
- Knowledge of provincial and federal regulations as well as environmental assessment processes.
- Ability to complete fieldwork in a variety of settings including remote locations.
We thank all applicants for their interest in this position; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.