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Our client who is a leader in the industry has partnered with Randstad to hire on this exciting opportunity of environmental Advisor on a 12 months contract to start with -

Environmental Advisor
Contract: 12 months (strong possibility of extension or perm)
Location: Markham

Duties & Responsibilities:

Environmental Analysts/Advisors at EGI are responsible for the development, execution and continuous improvement of environmental programs designed to achieve environmental compliance and support environmentally responsible operation of the gas distribution system.

• Program lead role for one or more Environmental Program: Environmental Compliance Approvals, Contaminated Sites, Hazardous Waste Management, Spills Management, Environmental Assessments/Screening, etc.
• Environmental reporting to regulators to confirm compliance with annual reporting requirements including terms and conditions of permits and/or approvals
• Developing and sustaining environmental standards, programs and procedures for application throughout EGI
• Supporting and responding to environmental inquiries (spills, suspect soil, etc.) from EGI Distribution Operations
• Developing scopes of work and reviewing and interpreting environmental results/reports; applying knowledge and experience to provide sound environmental advice and recommendations to business
• Preparing written communication (letters/reports) on environmental matters for stakeholders and regulators (e.g. Ontario Energy Board, Ministry of Environment Conservation and Parks (MECP), etc.)
• Participating in and leading meetings with project teams including internal/external stakeholders to discuss environmental projects, develop strategies for execution and supporting environmental compliance
• Identify opportunities for improvement within environmental programs and environmental aspects of construction projects; develop strategies and solutions to environmental matters and present recommendations to project teams for decision and implementation

MUST HAVE qualifications:

• Bachelor’s Degree in environmental engineering/science;
• Professional designation in the environmental field (i.e: P.Eng., P.Geo., EP)
• 7+ years applied, progressive environmental engineering/science experience; specific experience in air and noise emissions management, air and/or noise emissions modelling, Environmental Compliance Approvals (ECAs) and Contaminated Site Investigations is preferred.
• Demonstrated understanding of provincial and federal environmental legislation, including Ontario Energy Board environmental requirements
• Experience developing, implementing, communicating and sustaining corporate environmental programs and procedures
• Experience with Environment Management Systems (ISO 14001) and achieving system objectives, and requirements
• Excellent ability to effectively communicate technical concepts to diverse stakeholders
• Actively participate, collaborate and support teamwork within environmental and project teams; build positive relationships
• Strong analytical skills, ability to apply objective and critical thought to managing and resolving environmental issues
• Experience and ability to support environmental emergency situations; travel as required
• Highly organized, self-directed with the desire to contribute to a dynamic and face-paced work environment
• Share our core values of Safety, Integrity and Respect

If this sounds like the next best opportunity for you then send apply online or send in your resume to
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