Closing Date : April 15, 2022
Reporting to the Project Development Group (PDG) Director, Health, Safety, Environment & Communities, the Environmental Coordinator is responsible for developing and implementing environmental programs for our Elk Valley Water Projects in Sparwood, British Columbia.
In addition, the Environmental Coordinator will review and complete environmental audits and identify areas for improvement.
To be successful, we are looking for someone with strong organizational, interpersonal, and communication skills, who can coordinate the efforts of a widely dispersed team, with varying technical backgrounds, to accomplish objectives.
The successful candidate has excellent leadership skills with strong analytical, problem solving, and decision making abilities.
We require someone who is self-motivated and passionate, who thrives in a fast-paced team environment.
Join us in the breathtaking Elk Valley of British Columbia. Here you will find outdoor adventure at your fingertips. Whether it's biking and skiing, or the laid-back atmosphere of fishing and hiking, there is something for everyone!
Be a courageous safety leader, adhere to and sponsor safety and environmental rules and procedures .
Responsible for the administration, coordination, and management of all environmental aspects of construction activities completed in support of the Elk Valley Water Program.
Ensure site construction activities are performed in accordance with regulatory permit conditions and environmental best practices.
Responsible for contractor management (including planning and supervision) for construction environmental monitoring programs and select construction activities.
Development and review of project / contractor environmental work plans and monitoring programs.
Actively provide overall site leadership on environmental issues and lead environmental inspections, audits, and investigations.
Support development and review of project regulatory permit applications, including required management plans and baseline monitoring programs.
A certificate, diploma or degree in Environmental Science would be considered an asset.
Seven or greater years of operational experience in construction, mine operation or other heavy industry.
High construction and operational experience with environmentally sensitive activities, including in-stream works.
Strong computer skills (especially with Microsoft Office Suite).
Class 5 drivers license.