JOB DUTIES / RESPONSIBILITIES
The successful applicant will join an energetic team of environmental science and ecology professionals across B.C. and Canada and will manage and execute project work related to their specific discipline.
The full-time position requires competency in the field of environmental services with particular emphasis in one or more of the following fields; terrestrial ecology, wildlife biology, fisheries biology, environmental management. The duties will involve a variety of office and field tasks. Specific responsibilities may include:
– Provide leadership in the tasks of ongoing professional and business development in the fields of environmental sciences and ecology;
– Assist in growing the environmental science services business in the Dawson Creek office as well as for offices across Canada and will work with the respective management teams on long-term marketing initiatives;
– Liaise with other Timberline staff and provide support in the development of new tools and procedures;
– Provide mentorship to junior and/or intermediate staff in the office and field; and
– Undertake project duties including the collection, manipulation and analysis of environmental science and ecology data, report preparation and client liaison.
– The environmental professional will contribute to and oversee a variety of projects managed by the Dawson Creek Environmental Services group, and will assist other offices as required. – Seasonal field work, often spanning a week or more in duration and within a variety of terrain and climates, is a requirement of this position.
This position requires a self-motivated individual with strong interpersonal and communication skills essential to developing and maintaining productive client relationships. Lesser qualified candidates will be considered based upon their qualification and experience. Technical qualifications may include the following:
– Post-secondary education in Environmental Sciences or a related degree at the Bachelor or Masters levels. Candidates with experience in the environmental service fields terrestrial ecology, wildlife biology, fisheries biology, environmental management will be given preference;
– Registered or eligible to register as an RPBIO with the APBBC (will also consider PEng, RPF and/or PAg designations, with applicable experience);
– Familiarity with British Columbia, Alberta, and/or national environmental assessment processes and protocols;
– Experience in all phases of project work including project development, data acquisition, field data collection, data compilation, analysis and preparation of professional reports;
– Experience with computer applications as applied to environmental sciences and ecology data management and mapping; and
– Experience with statistical analysis and GIS.
– Remuneration is commensurate with qualifications and experience. Timberline is 100% employee-owned. Our organization has exciting career development opportunities and supports professional association membership and individual professional development.
Applications, including cover letter and current resume should be forwarded via email to email@example.com
All candidates must be eligible to work in Canada. We thank all applicants for their interest. Only those selected for further consideration will be contacted.