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.
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.
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).
Ability to work in the field in a variety of weather conditions, and with limited direction.
Available to travel for project work, may include short notice and remote locations.
Ability to lift and move items and equipment up to 50 lb (i.e., carrying field equipment and samples).
Ability to work independently and in a collaborative team environment and under deadlines.
Experience with QGIS, or other GIS software.
Data management and statistics using R or similar.
Experience in other areas of environmental science (e.g. toxicology, wildlife, vegetation).
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.