Job type: Full-time

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Dare to join Englobe

Englobe, and it’s more than 2,600 people, concerned about the environment daily, engaged in sustainable engineering, process soils and biomass, and manage the quality and integrity of assets.

At Englobe, we adopt innovative, human-centred management. We welcome new ideas and are open to discussion. We are determined to succeed in partnership with our teams.

We offer
  • A full range of benefits (group insurance with shared costs upon hiring, group RRSP)
  • A telemedicine virtual healthcare service;
  • An annual reimbursement of sports expenses
  • Opportunities for skills development
  • Flexible hours and ability to compress working hours
  • Internal policy to encourage teleworking

Dare to join Englobe and lead a career marked by growth and accomplishments.

In Atlantic Canada, our Environmental Team has been knocking it out of the park! With extensive wins on numerous projects, we are growing our team and are looking for individuals who want to advance their career and take on new challenges.

As a Junior Environmental Engineer or Professional, you will work in collaboration with the Environmental team. The ideal candidate will be responsible for providing technical project support, while developing your skills as a professional and working closely with senior professionals who will help you take your career to the next level. If you are looking to work on exciting projects in a positive, friendly and respectful work environment on a growing team, we would love to hear from you.

When applying, please identify which office location (Dartmouth, NS, Mount Pearl, NL or Moncton, NB) is of interest to you in your resume.

Your Contribution
  • Apply and promote Englobe’s health and safety policies;
  • Perform phased environmental site assessments, including historical research, site inspections and soil, groundwater, surface water and sediment sampling programs;
  • Perform hazardous building materials and other designated substances surveys;
  • Oversee and verify site remediation and tank removal activities;
  • Perform air quality investigations;
  • Perform natural resource studies;
  • Perform wetland delineation programs;
  • Interpret and evaluate data and prepare technical reports and proposals; and
  • Develop and maintain client relationships

Your Profile
  • University Degree or College Diploma in Environmental Engineering, Earth Sciences or an Environmental related field;
  • Minimum 1 year of relevant field or professional experience in environmental consulting;
  • Working knowledge of provincial and federal environmental regulations;
  • Demonstrated oral and written communication skills;
  • Strong organizational skills and attention to detail; and
  • Willingness and ability to travel throughout Atlantic region, as required.
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Deadline: 29-03-2024

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