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Environmental Project Officer (3 Positions)
Water Security Agency
Locations: 1. Saskatoon, North Battleford or Meadow Lake
2. Swift Current
3. Moose Jaw or Swift Current
Application Deadline: September 26th, 2022
WSA is searching for three enthusiastic individuals to join the Compliance Promotion team of technical and professional staff performing this important work. As a member of the team, some of the duties you will be responsible for are to provide technical advice and expertise to stakeholders specific to the operation, maintenance and monitoring of water and wastewater treatment facilities with a primary focus on ensuring safe drinking water supplies for Saskatchewan residents.
This employee will undertake facility inspections and conducts water quality tests, providing guidance and expertise to plant operators to ensure compliant operations and to help diagnose problems and find suitable solutions. You will also respond to and provide advice in the event of water and/or wastewater works related upsets, emergencies or disease outbreaks and conducts formal investigations contributing to the development of drinking water and wastewater-related external policies and internal and external operational protocols.
For more information on the position(s) and how to apply, please visit the WSA website career posting.
Senior Scientist – Hydrology
Department: Government of Yukon – Environment
Location: Whitehorse, YT
Reporting to the Director of the Water Resources Branch, the Senior Scientist – Hydrology is the principal water quantity specialist within the Yukon government providing the highest level of expertise in matters pertaining to the scientific specialty of hydrology. This includes managing the flood forecasting and monitoring program, developing and managing hydrometeorological studies, and conducting reviews of proposed development projects undergoing environmental assessment and regulatory reviews. At the Department of Environment, the Water Resources Branch works with diverse partners to protect water for the environment and people. We do so by building knowledge generated from our many water monitoring networks, undertaking research and targeted projects and by applying our learnings in the development of plans, and policies and providing expertise through Yukon’s regulatory process and through issuing flood forecasts. We are a committed, collaborative and engaged group of professionals who take pride in water stewardship for all Yukoners.
For further details on the position and directions to apply, please go to our careers site https://yukongovernment.hua.hrsmart.com/hr/ats/Posting/view/37169.
Water Security Agency
Location: Moose Jaw or Regina, Saskatchewan
Application Deadline: April 5, 2022
As a Vice President you will provide leadership and direction for the strategic and operational delivery of agriculture services, irrigation development and economic development for Water Security Agency (WSA). The incumbent ensures compliance with established strategic direction, policy and legislative requirements.
This position plays a key role on the leadership team of WSA and is concurrently part of the broader senior management of WSA and in the development and operationalization of WSA’s strategic plan and budget, influences long term planning, policy development, strategic communications, external relations, and budget and resource allocations. You will work among a diverse and passionate team of professionals and contribute to projects that will have an impact province-wide.
As the successful candidate, you will possess relevant undergraduate degree in Agriculture, Business, Engineering, Environmental Science, Natural Resources Management, Regional Planning, or similar discipline; and 10 years of progressively more responsible experience relevant to agriculture.
Please visit the WSASK website for more information on how to apply.
Job Title: Water Projects Management Engineer
Ministry: Environment & Parks
Position: Full Time
Closing Date: May 16, 2022
Alberta Environment and Parks manages, operates and maintains a large portfolio of water management infrastructure, valued at over $10 Billion, located throughout Alberta that includes major dams, headworks canals, river diversions, flood protection dykes, pump houses and water pipelines. This infrastructure is critical to providing water security, flood and drought protection to Albertans as well as recreational opportunities and support for riparian environments. Reporting to the Manager, Water Projects Management, this position works with a team of professionals that provides geotechnical / hydrotechnical, and other engineering support required to manage, operate and rehabilitate Alberta’s water infrastructure. This Water Projects Management Engineering duties include providing, engineering support, inspections, design review, project management, troubleshooting, operational analyses and advice as required, for the planning, design, rehabilitation and operation of provincial infrastructure. In this role, you will work primarily in an office setting in Edmonton; however, some travel will be required to conduct site visits, and inspections and to attend meetings throughout the province. You will have regular and ongoing contact with Environment and Parks regional operations staff, departmental specialists, representatives from other ministries and agencies, and government officials.
To apply for this job and see the full listing details, please visit: https://jobpostings.alberta.ca/job/Edmonton-Water-Projects-Management-Engineer/558998317/
Job Title: Environmental Project Officer – Environmental Services (North)
Location: Saskatoon, SK
Closing Date: 5:00 pm on May 13, 2022
Reporting to the Manager, Environmental Services North, an employee in this job provides technical advice and expertise to stakeholders specific to the operation, maintenance and monitoring of water and wastewater treatment facilities with a primary focus on ensuring safe drinking water supplies for Saskatchewan residents. This employee undertakes facility inspections and conducts water quality tests, providing guidance and expertise to plant operators to ensure compliant operations and to help diagnose problems and find solutions, including issuing advisories as required. In addition, this employee reviews applications, determines operational, monitoring and reporting requirements and issues permits to operate. This employee responds to and provides advice in the event of water and/or wastewater works related upsets, emergencies or disease outbreaks and conducts formal investigations where contraventions of legislation or regulations are discovered. This employee contributes to the development of drinking water and wastewater-related external policies and internal and external operational protocols. This is a fast-paced, high-pressure, complex, highly dynamic position with a high-stress factor where the incumbent is challenged to balance a number of conflicting factors in achieving compliance such as financial status, the capacity of owners, changing operators or managers, and other highly relevant factors. The importance of ensuring waterworks owners and operators have safe drinking water increases the stress and complexity given the potential public health consequences of a waterborne disease outbreak.
To apply for this job and see the full listing details, please visit: https://www.wsask.ca/careers/environmental-project-officer/
Job Title: Intermediate to Senior Water Resources Engineer or Specialist
Location: Toronto, ON
The Water Resources Group (Earth & Environment Division in Ontario) is actively pursuing top-notch Water Resource Engineers and Scientists with 5 to 10 years of Environmental Consulting Experience. We are looking to further develop and grow our already well-rounded and diverse water business in Southern Ontario, with a plan for you to support a wide range of challenging and rewarding projects across multiple clients.
What you’ll bring to WSP:
We are looking for professionals with demonstrated talents in leadership, communications (including technical writing and oral presentation skills), and strategic, solution-focused planning and project execution. These assets, coupled with a solid background in the hydrotechnical disciplines with associated credentials (P.Eng. or P.Geo.), are a must. This is a great opportunity for you to join a phenomenal team of water practitioners. WSP is a global leader in environmental consulting, made stronger with the recent acquisition of Golder. A position with our Water Resources Group in the Earth & Environment Division in Ontario will offer competitive pay, substantial opportunities for technical development and career growth, a flexible work schedule, and a committed senior support and mentorship network.
To apply for this job and see the full listing details, please visit: https://phe.tbe.taleo.net/phe02/ats/careers/v2/viewRequisition?org=WSP&cws=59&rid=19742
Position: Senior Engineer/Project Engineer – Dams and Water Control Structures
Location: Peterborough, Ontario
Type: Full-time, permanent
Application deadline: June 20, 2022
D.M. Wills Associates Limited is in search of a Senior Project Engineer/Project Engineer to join our Dams and Water Control Structures Group. The ideal candidate will have a background in structural, water resources or geotechnical engineering, and have experience providing project management and engineering services in support of a range of dam and water control structure projects.
To apply for this job and see the full listing details, please visit: https://www.dmwills.com/contact-us/#cu-careers
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