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Marine Biologist/ Scientist

Job Description:

  • Support regulatory permitting for marine construction

  • Environmental data analysis and interpretation

  • Technical writing and report preparation

  • Planning and executing field work to collect environmental data (e.g. water, sediment, species, habitat)

  • Support with budget development and proposal writing

  • Developing relationships with clients

  • Maintain technical knowledge in professional practice.


B.Sc. Ocean Sciences, Marine/Freshwater Biology or related field; or Diploma in Environmental Technology. Registered, or eligible for Registration as a BIT or EP is an asset.

Core Competencies:

  • Minimum 2 years experience in an environmental consulting or similar role;

  • Customer service attitude;

  • Excellent organization and time-management skills to meet deadlines;

  • Excellent technical writing skill;

  • Good knowledge of aquatic ecology, species and habitats;

  • Ability to work in the field in a variety of weather conditions, and with limited direction;

  • Familiarity with BC and federal environmental legislation and experience preparing environmental permit applications;

  • Environmental sampling/surveying using a variety of field instruments (e.g. bathymetry, ADCP, CTD);

  • Willingness to travel for project work, as needed;

  • Divers Licence;

Beneficial Skills/Experience

  • Data management and statistics using R or similar

  • Experience in other areas of environmental science (e.g. toxicology, wildlife, vegetation)

  • Operating GIS software

  • Commercial diving certification

  • Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) experience

  • Working aboard boats

  • Modelling (e.g. Dilution, Hydrotechnical)

  • Marine certifications (SVOP, MEDA3, ROC-M);

  • OHS Level 1 First Aid;

  • Familiarity with marine construction

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