Intermediate Civil/ Environmental Engineer

Employment Type: Full-time, Permanent
Employee Referral Bonus: Eligible
Requisition #: 1-105

The Opportunity
BluMetric Environmental Inc. is actively looking for an Intermediate to senior level Civil/Environmental Engineer to join our dynamic and growing team and assist with Northern projects. The individual will have practical experience in contaminated site assessment and remediation as well as mine site reclamation and planning on mid-sized to large-scale projects. Travel to remote locations in Canada’s north, including the Arctic may be required.

Key responsibilities:
• Working with a multi-disciplinary team to develop site assessment plans in support of Human Health/Ecological Risk Assessment and Remedial Options Assessment within the Federal Framework for Contaminated Sites
• Preparation of remedial options assessments/remedial action plans
• Preparation of specification documents for remedial work.
• Preparation of Engineering Drawings when required for remedial approaches including on-site capping, on-site landfills and/or in-situ treatment at remote northern sites.
• Preparation of Level C and/or D cost estimates in accordance with the Federal Government Requirements.
• Development of the Tender Packages for the above, including the Issued for Tender Specifications, Drawings, and Bidder’s Lump Sum and/or Unit Price Cost Table.
• Development of Grading Plans and the design small drainage features around remediation sites and new waste sites.
• Design Closure Plans for waste sites.
• Provide Project Management/Construction Oversight of Remedial Work to ensure it is carried out in accordance with Tender Documents.
• Contract Management and Client Representation during remediation implementation

Requirements:
• Civil or Environmental Engineering degree with P.Eng. Designation. NAPEG and Yukon P.Eng. licenses considered a strong asset.
• 7 – 10 years civil or environmental engineering experience; with experience in the mining sector.
• Knowledge of Federal Government Contracting Practices and Procedures.
• Experience in permitting of projects in Northwest Territories, Nunavut and Yukon is an asset
• Knowledge of Waste Disposal Methods/Regulations/Guidelines/Practices in the North.
• Understanding of Hazardous Materials Abatement and Disposal Methods, Regulations, Guidelines, Practices in the North, including the Arctic.
• Knowledge of Construction Aggregates and Materials (uses of different types and installation specifications).
• knowledge of remedial construction methods and the associated scheduling and costing.
• Solid understanding of geology, physical and chemical hydrogeology, contaminated site investigations, delineation, and remediation.
• Concrete understanding of a broad range of remediation technologies including passive and active acid mine drainage treatment; soil and groundwater remediation; and in-situ and ex-situ methods.
• Experience in costing (capital, operating and legacy) remedial options considering logistical and supply chain challenges for northern and remote sites.
• Proven project management skills; PMP would be an asset.
• Familiarity with current safety regulations and best practices related to industrial and mine sites.
• Strong written and verbal communication skills are required, including the ability to write polished professional technical reports.
• Demonstrated professional judgment, consistency, and attention to detail, track record of quality work products.
• Proficient with computer software, including Microsoft Office Suite, Civil 3D, and NMS.
• Flexibility to work outside normal business hours as required.
• Ability and willingness to travel to project sites with some extended overnight travel.
• A valid driver’s license and access to a vehicle.

To Apply: Please email your resume and include ” Intermediate Civil/Environmental Engineer # 1-105″ in the Subject Line.

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