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We are a global leader in the Earth and Environment sector, globally headquartered in Montreal, we proudly serve communities from coast to coast and beyond. We have over 14,000 multidisciplinary professionals worldwide collaborating daily to protect and conserve natural landscapes, create firm foundations for communities to stand on, and champion sustainable development to combat climate change.
Our team is growing, and as a result we're adding a Environment Project Manager toour group for Nothern Programs.
- You participate in a team environment, work closely with Project Coordinators, other Project Managers, Senior Project Directors/Technical Leads and Field Technicians/Scientists/Engineers
- You prepare Health and Safety plans and Emergency response plans
- You prepare cost estimates, schedule field staff and subcontractors, compile data for, and write, reports including preparing conclusions and recommendations
- You are responsible for project accounting, tracking and reporting requirements to the terms of reference under WSP’s Master Services Agreements
- You train junior staff in environmental practices including Phase I and II ESAs, drilling, surveying, groundwater sampling, oversight of remediation etc. as well as on site specific health and safety
- You interface with clients to ensure needs are met and projects/proposals are moving forward - Work with other members of the team to ensure provision of the support necessary for completion of projects
- You work with and provide support to other members of the RPM Team in sharing health and safety, project management, project completion and client service responsibilities
- University degree or diploma in engineering, or natural/earth sciences
- Minimum 5 years of field experience in contaminated site assessments
- Minimum 2 years of experience working in the north
- Sound understanding of the need for health and safety procedures in the workplace/Possess a safety conscious attitude
- Strong field experience and willingness to work in the field on projects as needed
- Understanding of the northern framework for contaminated sites assessment and remediation in permafrost and non-permafrost environments (e.g., Yukon Contaminated Sites Regulation, Government of Northwest Territories Environmental Guideline for Contaminated Site Remediation, Abandoned Military Site Remediation Protocol)
- Professional designation, professional in training, is preferred