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Environmental Scientist/Technologist

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Job Order #: 5740779

Employer Name:
Millennium Land Ltd.
Wage/Salary Info:
TBD
Posted Date:
22-May-2020
Location:
KINDERSLEY
 
# of Positions:
1
Employment Terms:
Full Time
Length of Employment:
Permanent
Education:
University Bachelor's Degree
Experience:
3-5 Years
Apply By:
05-Jun-2020
How to Apply?:
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Employer Name:
Millennium Land Ltd.

Employer Address:
 
145 1ST AVE NE
SWIFT CURRENT,SK
CANADA
S9H2B1

Contact Name:
Craig Dowdeswell

Contact Phone:
306-778-4430

Contact Email:
craig@mland.ca

Employer Website:
www.mland.ca



Description

Millennium Land is a full-service Land and Environmental Consulting company, headquartered in Saskatchewan, with operations throughout Western Canada.  Currently, we are looking for a new teammates to join our fast-paced offices as an Intermediate or Senior Environmental Scientist or Environmental Technologist.  

Ideal candidates will have a strong working knowledge of Saskatchewan regulations regarding wellsite and facility abandonment, including Environmental Site Assessment (Phase I and II), Reclamation, and Remediation.  Applicants must have demonstrated experience in the Oil & Gas Industry.

Job Requirements:
    3 to 10 years of experience in the environmental industry with direct experience in Upstream Oil & Gas Sites;
    Minimum of a post-secondary degree or diploma (degree in environmental sciences or similar field preferred);
    Must have good interpersonal skills, present a professional appearance while interacting with clients, and possess ability to work independently without direct supervision;
    Must have a valid driver license;

Desired:
    Applicable, up to date Field Safety Tickets (First Aid/CPR, H2S Alive, etc.)
    Experience leading field crews and managing subcontractors is beneficial.
    Experience with maintaining, calibrating, and using a variety of sampling and monitoring instruments;

Our staff benefit from:
    Career and personal development opportunities and support of personal growth;
    Employee mentoring program;
    Competitive wages and benefits.

 

Skills and Abilities

Specific Skills
 - Advise on policies
 - Report and document investigations and conclusions/recommendations
 - Provide information to workers and managers/employers on methods to reduce the risk of injury or illness
 - Provide consulting services to government and other organizations
 - Participate in emergency response planning
 - Gather and analyze samples of dust, gases, mists and vapours
 - Evaluate the effectiveness of control equipment which may affect employee health
 - Develop or administer programs related to scientific fields
Work Setting
 - Environmental and conservation society
 - Business or industry
Area of Scientific Specialization
 - Natural and applied sciences
 - Natural resources
 - Environmental
 - Energy
 - Ecology
 - Agriculture

 

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