CH2M is currently seeking an Environmental Scientist to join our Kitchener office. The successful candidate will spend their time both in the office (estimated 30%) and at field sites (estimated 70%). Responsibilities will generally include: historical data research, data compilation, coordinating reporting and field investigation activities, scope, budget and schedule preparation, field supervision, drilling, collecting samples (such as soil, sediment, groundwater, surface water, and soil vapour), providing observations during fieldwork and reporting.
• Report to senior project managers and supporting them in proposal preparation and scope of work development. • Client and regulatory liaison, as appropriate. • Under minimal supervision, perform environmental contaminated sites assignments including compilation of field and analytical data, analysis of analytical data, report writing. • Learn the CH2M Quality Management and Enterprise Management Systems and use the processes in the conduct of work. May be in the office or in the field. • Provide oversight and supervision of subcontractors • Complete rigorous and clear field documentation and participate in planning, organizing, and reporting related to field tasks • Perform field observations and data collection assignments. • Knowledgeable of Federal and Provincial/Territorial Environmental Acts and Regulations in Canada preferred. • Acquire and Maintain appropriate safety training to conduct environmental contaminated sites work.
CH2M is an Equal Opportunity Employer - M/F/Veteran/Disability.
The minimum qualifications for this position are:
• 5-7 years field experience and reporting related to contaminated sites work. • Preference for Registered as a Professional Engineer-in-Training (or applicable Scientist-in-Training) or CET • Experience completing Preliminary and/or Detailed Site Investigations, working with various drilling investigation methods, and completing fieldwork is an asset. • Experience planning and executing field work programs including pre-ordering equipment and materials required to complete the work. • Experience working on active construction/remediation project sites and interacting with contractors • Experience working around heavy equipment • Experience participating in field health and safety programs • Excellent computer skills including the use of excel and Microsoft suite of products • Must have excellent communication skills • Must be willing and able to travel for short and medium-term assignments.