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Intermediate Hydrogeologist - Canada

The Company: Our client, an international leader in Environmental services, is looking to add to their growing and diverse Geology team. **This role is open to Canadian residents only** The Role: As an Intermediate Hydrogeologist, you will be required to: ? Manage a wide range of hydrogeology programs ? Develop and implement work programs ? Ensure the completion of projects within schedule and budget to the high level of standards expected by our clients ? Design and conduct environmental assessments including: Drilling and soil sampling programs, Conduct groundwater monitoring and sampling, Perform slug and pumping tests, Interpretation of analytical laboratory results, Analyze and interpret the collected environmental data and write technical reports. ? Collaborate with other scientific and engineering professionals within the practice to work on projects in Alberta and across Western Canada ? Mentor junior hydrogeologists ? Help the Environmental Services team to identify new project opportunities and assist with proposal preparation and technical reports Essential Skills / Qualifications: ? Minimum of 8 years related experience in the areas of physical hydrogeology, contaminant hydrogeology, groundwater supply development, and groundwater resource management, ideally consulting experience in Alberta and Western Canada. ? You will have a Bachelors degree in environmental engineering or geosciences, which includes a specific focus in the areas of physical and contaminant hydrogeology; a Master's level degree is considered to be an asset. ? Experience with numerical groundwater flow and transport modeling. ? Practical ability to problem solve in various sectors particularly in the oil and gas and commercial/industrial settings. ? Registration or eligibility for registration with APEGA is a requirement for this position. ? Strong business development, client management, communication, and financial management skills are essential, as are excellent written and verbal communication, teamwork and mentorship skills. For further information or to discuss any opportunities, please contact Imran Kassam at Fircroft on phone number removed >...

Bridge Engineer

About Us Opus established in Canada in 2002 with Opus International Consultants (OIC) specializing in transportation, road safety, and Asset Management. In 2010 Opus DaytonKnight were formed, water, wastewater and environmental engineering consultancy specialists with over 50 years of proud history serving provincial and municipal clients throughout British Columbia and Alberta. Focusing on our strategic plan 2013 brought the addition of Opus Stewart Weir (previously Stewart Weir) to the Opus group. They bring 100 years of Pipeline, Survey, Land Development and Transportation expertise from offices throughout Alberta, with their head office in Sherwood Park. Opportunity Our consulting firm knows what it takes to succeed in the marketplace while supporting an outstanding team of professionals. We are currently seeking an Intermediate Bridge Engineer to join our team in our Engineering Business Line. The position will be based out of our Sherwood Park, Calgary or North Vancouver office. The primary purpose of this position is to provide experienced engineering design, and construction of Bridge Engineering Projects (both culvert and structures) in Alberta and British Columbia. When required, provide Bridge Engineering design and expertise to assist other Opus offices globally with Projects and assignments. To be active in the bridge market and deliver exceptional client products/services that meet or exceed client expectations. Projects and Tasks are managed proactively, effectively and efficiently to achieve Opus Stewart Weir's project profitability (Gross Margin) targets. To be an active team member, participating and communicating effectively with the individuals connected to the Bridge resources in Canada and Globally. To live out the OSW Vision, Mission and Values and the QMS, through actions and results. Undertake Technical Engineering or review of products/services for work assigned. Coordinate design or review activities with other Opus offices that have the technical capabilities for a given project. Ensure professional Permit processes (ie. APEGA/APEGBC) are followed for the provision of products and services. Undertake the necessary engineering studies and assessments to manage risk for both the Client and OSW. Develop and undertake activities to develop and foster opportunities identified through client contacts, and as assigned by the V. P. Engineering and others as directed. (Example take the lead role in proposal preparation, BD promotions, social and technical events, etc.) Develops and maintains internal and external client relationships. Ensure exceptional communication with clients and internal team members to ensure timely flow of information, actions, appropriate risk management, deliverables, timelines and budgets. Ensure that any hazards arising from or associated with projects or activities undertaken are identified, reported and managed including self-management where appropriate. Maintains a sustainable and positive work environment with the project team. Supports a positive working team atmosphere and professionalism. Ensures active communication processes and work activities for projects and services; encourages inter-discipline communication....

Senior Bridge Engineer

Opportunity Our consulting firm knows what it takes to succeed in the marketplace while supporting an outstanding team of professionals. We are currently seeking a Senior Bridge Engineer to join our team in our Engineering Business Line. The ideal candidate can be located out of our North Vancouver, Calgary, or Edmonton office. The primary purpose of this position is to provide experienced management, engineering design, and construction of Bridge Engineering Projects (both culvert and structures) in Alberta and British Columbia. When required, provide Bridge Engineering design, oversight, and expertise to assist other Opus offices globally with Projects and assignments. The Senior Bridge Engineer would be active in the bridge market and build/maintain client relationships through exceptional client communication and Project Management for the delivery of products/services that meet or exceed client expectations. Projects are managed proactively, effectively and efficiently to meet expected targets. This position is a leadership position and has significant impact with external clients and internal team members. The Senior Bridge Engineer role includes but is not limited to: Develop and undertake activities to develop and foster opportunities identified through client contacts, and as assigned by the V. P. Engineering and others as directed. Maintains a sustainable and positive work environment with the project team Uses exceptional Project Management for the delivery of products and services. Coordinate design or review activities with other Opus offices that have the technical capabilities for a given project. Manage client expectations, scope creep and scope changes through active communication in order to achieve Opus Stewart Weir's project level targets. Ensure exceptional communication with clients and internal team members to ensure timely flow of information, actions, appropriate risk management, deliverables, timelines and budgets. Undertake Technical Engineering or review of products/services for work assigned. Coordinate design or review activities with other Opus offices that have the technical capabilities for a given project. Good analytical skills and attention to detail. Keep up-to-date with developments in the relevant professional area. Prepare proposals through well-managed team coordination and energetic efforts. Assists, guides or mentors less experienced team members to develop their technical and project skills...

EHS Specialist

The company is an equal opportunity employer and will consider all applications without regard to race, sex, age, color, religion, national origin, veteran status, disability, genetic information or any other characteristic protected by law. If you would like to request a reasonable accommodation, such as the modification or adjustment of the job application process or interviewing process due to a disability, please call 844 895-8598 or email accommodation@aerotek .com for other accommodation options. However, if you have questions about this position, please contact the Recruiter located at the bottom of the job posting. The Recruiter is the sole point of contact for questions about this position. Job Description: Ensures compliance with all provincial, federal and local governmental EHS regulations. Includes written programs, record keeping, reports, inspections, monitoring, testing, training and medical surveillance per guidelines. Directs, develops and delivers environmental safety and health training programs to ensure employee's knowledge, understanding and adherence to safety and environmental regulations pertaining to Solo facilities. Participates in incident investigations and coordinates corrective actions. Also acts as a adviser to improve knowledge and quality of investigation with plant management. Manages EHS programs including cost control/reduction and accident prevention/reduction. Works with plant management to achieve all H&S goals and matrix targets. Develops, implements and coordinates all Industrial Hygiene, Fire Prevention/Protection and Ergonomic programs. Includes all required training, record keeping, monitoring and reporting programs and results. Coordinates resolution of EHS issues identified during internal/external audit. Provides support to and works with local Human Resources Manager in the administration of Worker's Compensation and Early Return to Work Program. Participates on Corporate EHS Network Team and Center of Expertise sub-teams. Qualifications: * BS degree in Occupational Health and Safety, Environmental Engineering or other science field. * Five or more years experience leading EHS issues. * Certified Safety Professional (ASP/CSP) or Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH) certifications, Certified Hazardous Materials Manager (CHMM), preferred. * Proficient user in Microsoft Office Suite. * Strong communication, leadership, training, problem solving, analytical and organizational skills. * Ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously. If you are interested, please contact me directly at 289-789-2017 or Location: Scarborough. À propos de Aerotek SRI: Aerotek SRI est une filiale d?Aerotek® Inc., un important fournisseur de recrutement et dotation technique, professionnel et industriel. Aerotek possède un réseau international de plus de 200 bureaux non franchisés et 2 000 recruteurs pour repérer, présélectionner et choisir les meilleurs talents. About Aerotek ULC: Aerotek ULC is a subsidiary of Aerotek® Inc., a leading provider of technical, professional and industrial recruiting and staffing services. Aerotek operates an international network of more than 200 non-franchised offices and 2,000 recruiters to identify, screen and select top talent....

Crew Chief-Land Survey

About Us Opus established in Canada in 2002 with Opus International Consultants (OIC) specializing in transportation, road safety, and Asset Management. In 2010 Opus DaytonKnight were formed, water, wastewater and environmental engineering consultancy specialists with over 50 years of proud history serving provincial and municipal clients throughout British Columbia and Alberta. Focusing on our strategic plan 2013 brought the addition of Opus Stewart Weir (previously Stewart Weir) to the Opus group. They bring 100 years of Pipeline, Survey, Land Development and Transportation expertise from offices throughout Alberta, with their head office in Sherwood Park. Opportunity Our consulting firm knows what it takes to succeed in the marketplace while supporting an outstanding team of professionals. We are currently seeking Crew Chiefs to join our team in our Land Survey Business Line. The position will be based out of our Sherwood Park office. The primary purpose of this position is to execute the field survey on Land Surveying projects according to the instruction provided by the client, project manager, and Professional Land Surveyor with minimal supervision. The Crew Chief role includes but is not limited to: Conduct assigned tasks within the scope and schedule requested Identification of project slippages, and/or notify supervisor of material changes to the original scope of work that could impact overall budget Direct and train junior staff in the use of Data collectors, Static, Differential and RTK GPS, Total Stations, and Precision Measuring Devices Ensure staff have required internal and external safety training and trains junior staff on the safe operation of all types of survey related equipment, including axes, sledge hammers, survey tapes, augers, manual and motorized shovels Maintain equipment and tools and ensures free of defects, removes from service when defective Develops and maintains internal and external client relationships Builds, maintains, and strengthens positive relationships with clients Maintains a sustainable and positive work environment with the project team Assists, guides or mentors less experienced team members to develop their technical and project skills...

Senior Underwriter, Environmental Risk

Environmental Risk Senior Underwriter ACE Canada offers: ? Competitive Salary ? Eligibility to participate in Annual Incentive Bonus and Long Term Incentive Plans ? 35 hour work week ? Comprehensive benefits package - includes life, health, dental, vision, a generous retirement savings plan, disability coverage, stock purchase plan, and tuition reimbursement ? Business casual dress ? Active Social Club ACE Canada is a subsidiary of ACE Limited. ACE Limited, the parent company of ACE Group, is one of the world?s largest multiline property and casualty insurers. With operations in 54 countries, ACE provides commercial and personal property and casualty insurance, personal accident and supplemental health insurance, reinsurance and life insurance to a diverse group of clients. We are currently recruiting for a Senior Underwriter, for Environmental Risk, in either our downtown Toronto or Montreal Office. The Environmental Risk Senior Underwriter will contribute to the growth and profitability of ACE Canada by underwriting Environmental Risk business while providing underwriting support to the Assistant Vice President Environmental Risk and Vice President Environmental Risk and Casualty Product Development. General Duties and Responsibilities: The Environmental Risk Senior Underwriter will underwrite and service accounts: ? Review, assess and evaluate detailed information to determine insurability of applications for new and renewal business, reinstatements and changes to existing policies ? Act as account coordinator for assigned accounts ? Ensure timely processing of premium and issuance of policy documents for assigned accounts ? Completes file in accordance with ACE Standards ? Recommend and develop contract language ? When accounts or situations fall outside of the authority level of this position, responsible for developing rationale and referring to the Assistant Vice President Environmental Risk and Vice President Environmental Risk and Casualty Product Development ? Participate in self audits ? Ensure data accuracy ? Negotiate coverage and premiums ? Provide department with information on market trends and changes ? for example, policy coverage changes and restrictions being implemented by competitor markets and regulatory bodies The Environmental Risk Senior Underwriter will maintain client and broker relations: ? Ensure client relationships by maintaining a regular schedule of production and broker calls ? Responsible for production, broker calls and broker client relations in an effort to generate new business opportunities and retain existing accounts which meet the company?s strategies and underwriting guidelines ? Assist in product development and profitability initiatives The Environmental Risk Senior Underwriter will comply with Underwriting methods and policy: ? Participate in developing, enhancing and maintaining underwriting methods and techniques in order to achieve underwriting goals in a cost-effective manner ? Responsible for awareness of and identifying competitive position in the market for product, price and service to ensure business strategies remain competitive The Environmental Risk Senior Underwriter will provide guidance and training to junior staff and support Assistant Vice President, Environmental Risk and Vice President, Environmental Risk and Casualty Product ? Review work completed by Junior Underwriter and Underwriting Assistants. ? Act as a resource to junior underwriting staff which includes coaching, training, mentoring and providing technical feedback when appropriate guidance ? Support management with operation support and projects ? Lead a project team; prioritize tasks, assign work and monitor progress to ensure planned outcomes are achieved ? Requirements: ? University Bachelors, preferably an Environmental or related science degree ? Enrolment in Industry courses and working towards professional industry designation (e.g. CIP, FCIP, or CRM) ? 5 - 10 years of experience underwriting complex Environmental Risk accounts and/or equivalent experience in Environmental Consulting or a similar technical role. ? Fluently bilingual (English/French) with superior oral and written communication skills as well as listening skills ? Strong customer orientation to respond to and support customer needs ? Excellent sales, marketing and negotiation skills with an aptitude for diplomacy ? Proven analytical and organizational skills ? Ability to make sound decisions in a manner consistent with the essential job functions ? Committed team player with a preference to work in a collaborative setting ? Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite (Excel, PowerPoint, Word, Outlook) ? Ability to travel occasionally, as required Please submit your resume in confidence to: Susan Howe-Walsh, Human Resources Business Partner Email: Fax: (416) 368-9825 Not ready to apply: ACE Group cares about our shareholders, customers, employees and communities. With our strong capital base, financial stability, diversified earnings stream and multinational operating platform, we offer an excellent opportunity for your future growth and development. At ACE, we are committed to equal employment opportunity and value diversity in the workplace. In accordance with the AODA, accommodation is available, if requested. ACE is committed to compliance with all laws and regulations pertaining to it. We would like to thank you for submitting your resume. However, only those candidates under consideration will be contacted. Please no telephone calls from applicants or employment agencies. Search Related Terms: Environmental Risk Insurance ? Environmental Liability ? Environmental Engineering ? Environmental Risk Underwriting...

Project Engineer-Transportation Infrastucture

About Us Opus established in Canada in 2002 with Opus International Consultants (OIC) specializing in transportation, road safety, and Asset Management. In 2010 Opus DaytonKnight were formed, water, wastewater and environmental engineering consultancy specialists with over 50 years of proud history serving provincial and municipal clients throughout British Columbia and Alberta. Focusing on our strategic plan 2013 brought the addition of Opus Stewart Weir (previously Stewart Weir) to the Opus group. They bring 100 years of Pipeline, Survey, Land Development and Transportation expertise from offices throughout Alberta, with their head office in Sherwood Park. Opportunity Our consulting firm knows what it takes to succeed in the marketplace while supporting an outstanding team of professionals. We are currently seeking a Project Engineer to join our team in our Engineering business line, to fill a one year maternity leave position. The Project Engineer position will be based out of our Sherwood Park office. The primary purpose of this position is to undertake engineering research, assessments, report preparation, proposal preparation, etc., as requested by the Project Manager and/or Department Manager. This is accomplished by utilizing technical and Project Management principles to understand the work assignment, time management, schedule, and external/internal communications. The Project Engineer is a technical support and leadership position and has significant impact with external clients and internal team members. The Project Engineer role includes but is not limited to: As assigned, manage client expectations, scope creep and scope changes through active communication and actions in order to achieve company project profitability targets/gross margins Ensure exceptional communication with clients and internal team members to ensure timely flow of information, actions, deliverables, effort (time) and timelines Ensure that all project deliverables meet or exceed industry and company standards for quality Ensure Professional Engineering (i.e. APEGA, etc.) Permit processes are followed for the delivery of products and services Develops and maintains internal and external client relationships Maintains a sustainable and positive work environment with the project team...

Field Project Manager

About Us Opus established in Canada in 2002 with Opus International Consultants (OIC) specializing in transportation, road safety, and Asset Management. In 2010 Opus DaytonKnight were formed, water, wastewater and environmental engineering consultancy specialists with over 50 years of proud history serving provincial and municipal clients throughout British Columbia and Alberta. Focusing on our strategic plan 2013 brought the addition of Opus Stewart Weir (previously Stewart Weir) to the Opus group. They bring 100 years of Pipeline, Survey, Land Development and Transportation expertise from offices throughout Alberta, with their head office in Sherwood Park. Opportunity Our consulting firm knows what it takes to succeed in the marketplace while supporting an outstanding team of professionals. We are currently seeking a Field Project Manager to join our team in our Engineering Business Line for a six month term. The position will be based out of our Sherwood Park office. The primary purpose of this position is to manage all project field aspects under the direction of the Project Manager. The position is responsible for the delivery and supervision of field services, for contact with the client Project Sponsor or designate, for quality and safety assurance of Opus staff, for field inspection and ensuring work by the Contractor is conducted according to the contract and specification and Engineering best practices, and for reporting and cost controls. The Field Project Manager role includes but is not limited to: Monitor the performance of the work to confirm that the Contractor is in compliance with the terms of the contract Confirm verbal communications/instructions on significant issues in writing with copies forwarded to the client Review and ensure Contractor conformance to their TAS and ECO plans and inspect project for safety and environmental infractions Coordinate field personnel such as Survey Crew Chief, Materials Technicians, and sub-consultants Track and document payment quantities for production of progress estimates and final estimates Ensure changes to the design that are made in the field are done so in conjunction with the Engineer of Record Develops and maintains internal and external client relationships Builds, maintains, and strengthens positive relationships with clients Maintains a sustainable and positive work environment with the project team...

Crew Chief - Industrial Survey

About Us Opus established in Canada in 2002 with Opus International Consultants (OIC) specializing in transportation, road safety, and Asset Management. In 2010 Opus DaytonKnight were formed, water, wastewater and environmental engineering consultancy specialists with over 50 years of proud history serving provincial and municipal clients throughout British Columbia and Alberta. Focusing on our strategic plan 2013 brought the addition of Opus Stewart Weir (previously Stewart Weir) to the Opus group. They bring 100 years of Pipeline, Survey, Land Development and Transportation expertise from offices throughout Alberta, with their head office in Sherwood Park. Opportunity Our consulting firm knows what it takes to succeed in the marketplace while supporting an outstanding team of professionals. We are currently seeking a Crew Chief to join our team in our Industrial Business Line. The ideal candidate will be based out of our Sherwood Park office. The primary purpose of this position is to execute field survey according to the instruction provided by the client, project manager or direct supervisor with minimal supervision. This includes; ensuring the completion of field procedures in accordance with our company safe practices, OH&S guidelines, the company Safety Manual and any additional requirements stipulated by the client, ensuring field returns (notes and data) will be completed according to the ALSA manual of Standard Practice and the Opus Stewart Weir Best Practices Manual as applicable, striving to improve the quality and production efficiency of field survey and complying with the Corporate Vision, Mission and Values, and Opus Stewart Weir's Safety Program and Quality Management System. The Industrial Crew Chief role includes but is not limited to: Participates proactively in his/her Career Development Planning. Supports a positive and professional team atmosphere and acts as a positive ambassador for the company in all situations where there is contact with the public, our clients or potential clients and project contractors. Directs and trains junior staff in knowledge and skills related to the operation of Static, Differential and RTK GPS, Total Stations, Pipe locators and precision measuring equipment, including data collection requirement and methodologies. Assists with various tasks including but not limited to organization and housekeeping of tools, equipment and materials at project sites, office and in crew vehicles. Trains junior staff regarding time management, time entry, equipment and expense reporting. Attends Department meetings as requested, contributes in a professional manner and completes any action items in a timely fashion. Arrives at work on time and prepared for the task and shift assigned by the crew supervisor. Assists the Project Manager in achieving project timelines and deliverables through day to day operations that may include measuring angles and distances, locating and establishing survey monuments, marking boundaries and right of ways, locating and marking above and underground utilities. Identifies project slippage, and/or notifies supervisor of changes to the original scope of work that could impact overall budget. Interprets drawings, legal survey plans, field data, field sketches, base maps, safety procedures and Emergency Response Plans to implement successful project completion. When not on assignment in the field, assists the Project Managers with various project related tasks including but not limited to calculations and field package preparation. Ensures the survey crew has the required internal and external safety training on the safe operations of all types of survey related equipment and vehicles required for the task at hand, including axes, sledge hammers, survey tapes, augers, manual and motorized shovels. In conjunction with the Crew Supervisor and Project Manager, ensures that the survey crew adheres to the safety requirements of the client, OH&S and the OSW Safety program on all projects...

Manager - Planning & Community Infrastructure

About Us Opus established in Canada in 2002 with Opus International Consultants (OIC) specializing in transportation, road safety, and Asset Management. In 2010 Opus DaytonKnight were formed, water, wastewater and environmental engineering consultancy specialists with over 50 years of proud history serving provincial and municipal clients throughout British Columbia and Alberta. Focusing on our strategic plan 2013 brought the addition of Opus Stewart Weir (previously Stewart Weir) to the Opus group. They bring 100 years of Pipeline, Survey, Land Development and Transportation expertise from offices throughout Alberta, with their head office in Sherwood Park. Opportunity Our consulting firm knows what it takes to succeed in the marketplace while supporting an outstanding team of professionals. We are currently seeking a Manager - Planning & Community Infrastructure to join our team in our Engineering Business Line. The position will be based out of our Sherwood Park office. The primary purpose of this position is to lead professional staff, develop and enhance client relationships, and obtain new project work while creating a sustainable working environment within Opus Stewart weir. Leadership and Project Management principles and practices are needed to manage competing priorities, projects, and resources (i.e. staff and equipment). The Manager role includes but is not limited to: Develop and enhance client relationships and new project work in the Municipal, Planning, Land development, and Environmental market sectors Develop and undertake activities to develop and foster opportunities identified through client contacts and as assigned by the VP of Engineering (i.e. BD promotions, social and technical events, proposals, etc.) Ensure effective and timely client contact, follow-up and gathering of feedback is completed for the Department products and services Develop the draft budget and implement the approved Department budget Manage client expectations and scope creep/scope changes for all products and services of the Department Establish, support, direct and supervise Department staff, fostering strong communication, professional and opportunities for staff growth and development Supports a positive working team atmosphere and professionalism Assists, guides or mentors less experienced team members to develop their technical and project skills...

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