Hatch

Date Posted
May 9, 2019

Position
Terrestrial Biologist/ Arborist

Location
Mississauga, Ontario

Description

Come join Hatch’s Global Environmental team, based in Mississauga, Ontario. We’re looking for the most outstanding Terrestrial Biologist/Arborist to join our growing, dynamic team! The purpose of this role is to support the Environmental Services Group for the execution of Task Assignments related to environmental components in project initiation, planning, and execution.

Specific aspects of the role include coordination of the following items for individual projects:

● Provide technical expertise and input on the environmental components of infrastructure projects, including for rail & transit, highways and bridges, tunneling, energy and mining projects;
● Undertake Environmental Assessments in accordance with the Environmental Assessment Act (Ontario) and the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act, including the completion of field investigations and technical reports on environmental impacts;
● Coordinate meetings for multi-disciplinary internal project teams, external stakeholders, clients, and technical advisors;
● Coordinate and conduct the collection of environmental data in the field and compile data from internal departments, project partners, and subconsultants;
● Support the Project Manager(s) in upholding project schedules and budgets;
● Prepare project proposals and assist the Project Manager(s) with environmental task assignments;
● Prepare and review correspondence, project updates/memos, agency communications, and technical reports;
● Liaise with project stakeholders and clients, including government agencies, developers, contractors, consultants, community groups and the general public; and
● Be proactive in supporting Project Manager(s) and Supervisor(s) with additional assignments and tasks, as required.

 



Qualifications

● Extensive experience with terrestrial ecology, including a background in one or several of the following disciplines: ecology, botany/plant biology, wildlife biology, forestry, environmental biology, environmental science, and/or a related field of study;
● ISA Arborist certification or relevant experience and the ability to quickly obtain this certification is required;
● Butternut Health Assessor certification is required;
● Demonstrated experience with coordinating and conducting environmental field investigations and technical studies;
● Demonstrated experience and efficiency in completing environmental assessments in accordance with relevant government legislation (e.g. Endangered Species Act, Environmental Protection Act, Environmental Assessment Act, etc.);
● Demonstrated experience in technical writing and analytical skills, with experience in data management, statistical analysis, preparing technical reports and synthesizing complex correspondence;
● Strong, effective communication skills and demonstrated ability to proactively liaise with multiple stakeholders is required;
● Experience related to infrastructure/transit is considered an asset;
● Extensive experience identifying significant wildlife habitat and Species At Risk in Ontario (flora and fauna);
● Experience with Ecological Land Classification, Ontario Wetland Evaluation System, and forestry practices in Ontario is considered an asset;
● Experience reviewing design drawings, stormwater management plans, and erosion and sediment control plans is an asset;
● Superior soft skills, such as conflict resolution, engagement, and leadership;
● Previous experience in environmental consulting or with a relevant government agency is considered an asset;
● Strong word processing and data management skills, including familiarity with Microsoft Office and project management software (e.g. ProjectWise) is an asset.

 



Education/Assets/Other

● ISA Arborist certification
● Butternut Health Assessor certification
● Degree and/or Diploma in Biology, Environmental Studies, Environmental Management or similar

 



Pay/Benefits

TBD



Date Ad Expires
July 9, 2019

How to apply

Please use this link to apply directly: HATCH