Posted Jun 19, 2024Senior Environmental Technician or Junior Biologist

Full-time

Details

Business: Splitrock Environment
Email: office@splitrockenvironmental.ca
Phone: 250.256.0002
Address: P.O. Box 798 1119 Highway 99 South Lillooet BC | V0K 1V0
Website: https://splitrockenvironmental.ca/



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Agriculture

Description

Splitrock Environmental Sekw'el'was is an aboriginal owned business that specializes in environmental services, ecological restoration, ethnobotanical services, and propagation of native plants. We are looking for a highly motivated individual who has a passion for the environment, who is a team player, and eager to learn. Splitrock is a multi-discipline company, and the assistant will have the opportunity to assist in many different projects being undertaken at Splitrock.

Responsibilities:

The Senior Environmental Technician or Junior Biologist will require a diverse skillset to fulfill various job duties including, but not limited, to:

• Environmental Monitoring (construction projects)

• Fish Salvages

• Field surveys including fish and wildlife salvages, and fish, wildlife and vegetation assessments.

• Water quality measurements (field and lab)

• Data collection, data entry and report preparation

• Assist with project planning and implementation

• Supervision of Junior staff, scheduling and communications

Qualifications and Skills

• Experience in conducting bird surveys -- acoustic and visual, as well as nest monitoring.

• Experience in amphibian, reptile and/or bat surveys is not required, however preference may be given to candidates possessing these skill sets;

• Must be physically fit, this is a physical job

• A positive attitude, ability to be flexible, and someone who thrives on diversity in their job.

• Willing to work remotely on weekends and holiday, willing to work long hours

• Able to work in varying environmental conditions, a range of temperatures and in Swiftwater.

• Must be able to work with wildlife and fish; experience or being willing to learn how to handle wildlife

• Experience working with aboriginal communities, industry and non-profit organizations.

• Excellent verbal communication skills and ability to work effectively in interactive multi­ disciplinary team situations.

• Must be experienced with computers, able to write reports and use excel.

• Diploma or bachelor's degree in environmental science with a strong preference for someone with their Biologist in training designation for the college of applied biology.

• Experience with statistical analyses is preferred

• First Aid is a benefit however we will train if necessary

• Must have experience environmental monitoring for construction, ideally with a certificate in environmental monitoring

• Class 5 Driver's License

Salary is between $62,400-$72,800 depending on experience, Splitrock has an extensive benefits package as well as a flexible, working environment.

Resume, cover letter and references may be submitted to office@splitrockenvironmental.ca.

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