Join a world class team that is committed to bringing clean energy to British Columbia for decades to come! Located at the Site C Dam, Peace River Hydro Partners is the prime contractor on the BC Hydro Site C Clean Energy Project. Our team consists of professionals representing over 30 different occupations. We value diversity and respect in the workplace. We need you to help us build this legacy!
Reporting the Environmental Manager, the Erosion and Sediment Control QEP will be responsible for ensuring that the Main Civil Works at Site C Clean Energy Project are constructed in accordance with specified Environmental Requirements.
Please note: this is a site-based position located at Site-C in Fort St. John, BC.
Communicating with Environmental Managers, Qualified Environmental Professionals (QEPs), Construction Managers, and the Client
Develop, apply, and monitor environmental programs and policies in ESC
Review and complete environmental audits and identify areas for improvement in ESC
Train and supervise environmental monitors in ESC
Train construction workers on specific ESC environmental mitigation requirements
Conduct incident investigations and prepare incident reports
Formulate ESC Work Plans
Construction Environmental Management Plans, specifically as it relates to ESC and soil/water management
Monitoring and proactive reporting of any potential environmental issues to the project manager and recommending the implementation of appropriate corrective actions
Prescribing ESC mitigation measures for implementation and ensuring measures are completed in compliance with best management practices and/or established industry standards
Must be prepared and able to take on Environmental Monitoring (EM) tasks as a member of the Environment Team
Construction Environmental Management Plans
Develop ESC Work Plans
Develop specific mitigation measures within area of expertise
Prepare and review environmental monitoring reports
# of Hires Needed
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Both strong field and office experience
Proven problem-solving abilities
Excellent communication skills (interpersonal and written)
Relied on to provide advice within ESC expertise through demonstrated suitable education, experience, accreditation and knowledge relevant to field
An applied scientist or technologist, with a Bachelor’s degree or technical diploma who specializes in a relevant applied science or technology, including agrology, soils, forestry, biology, engineering, geomorphology, geology, hydrology, or hydrogeology.
A Certified Professional in Erosion & Sediment Control (CPESC) is preferred. A Certified Professional in Erosion & Sediment Control in Training (CPESC-IT) may be considered.
A member in good standing registered with the Erosion Sediment Control Association of Canada, acting under such association’s Code of Ethics and subject to disciplinary action by such an association
Minimum 5 years’ experience in respective area of expertise, including experience in the environmental planning and monitoring of large civil construction projects
A valid drivers’ license is required
Please Note: This is a site-based position located at the Site C Dam in Fort St. John, British Columbia. Preference will be given to qualified, local candidates. However, we will also consider fly in/out candidates based out of Vancouver, Nanaimo, Kelowna, Calgary, or Edmonton. Rotational employees are required to work a 14/7 rotation; flights and camp accommodations are provided while on shift.