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Golder Associates Ltd. is currently seeking an Intermediate Ecologist to join their dynamic, growing, Estevan, Saskatchewan office. The successful candidate will be expected to:
Coordinate and mentor junior staff;
Effectively scope biophysical requirements, including leading field programs;
Conduct environmental assessments for submission to provincial and federal regulatory agencies;
Write reports and proposals;
Manage, analyze and interpret data;
Manage small projects or components of large projects;
Work within budget and time constraints;
Balance multiple projects and responsibilities;
Meet clients needs by appropriately aligning regulatory requirements with project schedule;
Have an ability to thrive in an atmosphere that requires cooperation and teamwork to provide quality, solution oriented consulting services to clients in Canada and internationally;
Develop positive working relationships with clients, and develop new clients;
Actively participate in health and safety culture; and
Possess excellent communication and presentation skills.
Golder Associates Ltd. is a strong advocate of the team approach to undertaking projects and problem solving. Accordingly, the candidate will be expected to interface with and work in multi-disciplinary teams in which the contribution of each member is valued.
The preferred candidate will possess the following skills and attributes:
University degree(s) in biology, ecology or related discipline;
Minimum 5 years of experience in ecology or related discipline;
Minimum 2 years of experience in project management and detailed report preparation and finalization;
Minimum 2 years of experience in environmental consulting;Strong writing and communication skills;
Experience in the upstream and midstream Oil & Gas sector; and
Working knowledge of provincial (i.e., Saskatchewan and Manitoba) and federal environmental Acts and Regulations related to the oil and gas industry.
Skills and Abilities
- Computer use
- Critical thinking
- Problem solving
- Working with others
- Oral communication
- Environmental assessment and monitoring
Project and Personnel Management Skills
- Preparing or evaluating technical proposals
- Supervise field crews