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JOB OPPORTUNITY: Environmental Assessment Specialist (Wood)

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Overview / Responsibilities

Wood is seeking an Environmental Assessment Specialist to join our Environment & Infrastructure Solutions group in St. John’s, NL.

Key Responsibilities

  • Involved in the planning and completion of Environmental Assessments (EAs) for proposed development projects in various industry sectors (mining, electricity, oil and gas and others) and of various EA types / levels under provincial and / or federal processes
  • Involved in coordinating, completing and reviewing environmental and socioeconomic studies (baseline, modelling, monitoring) and Aboriginal, stakeholder and public consultation programs associated with such EAs, as well as eventual project permitting
  • Preparation of proposals, EAs and other environmental study reports and other documents. Associated research, analysis and report writing
  • Collaboration with other Wood staff and offices on projects, particularly for larger EAs and other multi-disciplinary assignments

Skills / Qualifications

  • Must have prior and direct experience in the completion of EAs for proposed development projects under provincial / territorial and / or federal EA processes, including the planning and writing of such assessments as part of interdisciplinary EA teams
  • The ideal candidate would be a highly versatile individual who is a university graduate in environmental studies or other relevant disciplines in the physical, biological and/or social sciences or in engineering;
  • Preferably with a Masters degree in a related field and with considerable related work experience
  • Good knowledge of EA processes, structures and methodologies including provincial and federal EA legislation and regulations and of development projects (various sectors) and their associated environmental issues
  • Excellent writing and verbal communication skills (English), as well as strong organizational abilities, with the capability to manage and prioritize several assignments at one time with a view to delivery on time and on budget

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