Careers at AEL
AEL offers a great team culture and utilizes industry leading methods and technology. We offer competitive compensation and opportunities to continue to learn and advance. We work as a team to deliver excellent results on challenging and diverse projects, including remote site work in Canada’s far North. As part of the team, you’ll experience projects from start to finish and be involved in many phases of work, gaining experience in a variety of tasks.
Junior Project Manager
This position will be predominantly office-based, however, may require occasional fieldwork. Fieldwork may require working varied hours and travel to accommodate project deadlines.
- Bachelor's degree in Chemical, Environmental, or Civil Engineering, Geology (or related field)
- 3 -5 years experience in project management
- Strong understanding of O. Reg. 153/04 + CSA requirements for completion of Phase I, Phase II ESA, remediation, and familiar with O. Regulations 903 and 347
- Familiar with ECAs (application and maintenance)
- Ability to manage multiple deadlines at once
- Detail-oriented and organized, enjoys logistics and planning
- Strong problem-solver
- Ability to work independently
- Willingness to travel locally and to remote sites within Canada, demonstrate experience in completing fieldwork independently (infrequent, as needed)
- Ability to work well with others to meet a common goal
- Data compilation, analysis, and evaluation including application of engineering principles and problem-solving skills under supervision of senior project managers
- Previous field experience (sampling, drilling, overseeing contractors) and with site assessment reporting (Phase I ESA, Phase II ESA, risk assessment) is required
- Experience using Excel (including basic formulas) and Microsoft Office Suite
- Class G License and a reliable vehicle
- Assist in the completion of Phase I, Phase II Environmental Site Assessments (ESA), remediation, Risk Assessment, and Record of Site Condition
- Preparing Phase I ESAs, including conducting site walkovers, ordering/reviewing appropriate historical documents and completing draft reporting.
- Write reports including Phase I (CSA/RSC), Phase II (CSA, RSC), Remediation, letter reports, in collaboration with colleagues for specific portions (e.g., drawings, tables)
- Preparing proposals, including developing appropriate scope of work and gathering required costing from subcontractors/vendors, for environmental site assessments
- Assist with tracking and maintaining project budgets and timelines
- Assist in QA/QC processes of laboratory data, drawings, tables, reports written by others, field data
- Preparation for fieldwork including utility locates, laboratory orders, equipment rentals and other logistical requirements
- Reviewing project goals and work scope with field staff and engineers. Ensure Work Scopes comply with needs of project and regulatory requirements
- Scheduling Field Staff and Resource Management, and coordinating field activity with clients
- Following Standard Operating Procedures and/or industry standard sampling procedures to ensure data is usable and accurate
- Data interpretation and analysis, specifically with on-site testing technology (XRF, UVF, PID) and laboratory test results
- Analyzing laboratory data including comparisons to applicable guidelines (CSA, CCME and Ministry of the Environment O.Reg. 153/04), including understanding of QA/QC procedures required.
- Oversee field activities (includes performing field work occasionally)
If you are interested in this position, please send your resume and cover letter to Adrianne Arnold by email at email@example.com.
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