Excess Soil Specialist

Our Environmental team in Kitchener is growing and we are currently seeking an Excess Soil Specialist to join us.

Responsibility
    • Manage and support projects related to excess soil management (Ontario Regulation 406/19) in Ontario;
    • Work with MTE’s environmental site assessment, civil, geotechnical, and hydrogeological teams on infrastructure, land development and environmental due diligence projects;
    • Conduct year-round fieldwork associated with excess soil management including site assessment, drilling, test pitting and stockpile sampling;
    • Conduct soil sampling in accordance with MTE Standard Operating Procedures, prepare detailed field notes and complete field-based deliverables (borehole logs, photo logs and data tables);
    • Preparation of Assessment of Past Uses, Sampling and Analysis Plans, Soil Characterization Reports, and Excess Soil Destination Assessment Reports in accordance with O.Reg. 406/19, as well as Fill Management Plans, and special provisions for tenders;
    • Preparation of proposals and fee estimates for excess soil projects including soil characterization and construction/tender support;
    • Review/audit Soil Characterization Reports prepared by others, soil tracking systems, and other excess soil management related documentation;
    • Communication/coordination with contractors, developers, clients and internal project teams to ensure excess soil requirements meet project deadlines and client expectations;
    • Attend internal and external project meetings, ensuring regular/consistent communication with project teams, contractors, and clients; and
    • Other related duties, as required.
Requirements
    • 3-5 years of experience in a similar role, i.e., working experience in environmental site assessments, site/land development, construction, etc. (work term experience acceptable);
    • Technical understanding of provincial (Ontario) regulations and industry standard practices related to contaminated sites and environmental work in Ontario (e.g. O. Reg. 153/04, O. Reg. 903, O. Reg. 406/19, R.R., O. Reg. 347);
    • Experience working around heavy equipment, including drill rigs and excavators;
    • Experience in sample collection, use of surveying equipment and familiarity with construction drawings (i.e. Site plans, grading plans, cut/fill plans, etc.);
    • Working knowledge of the Occupational Health and Safety Act;
    • Must have strong verbal/written communication skills and the ability to communicate clearly with a variety of individuals (e.g., project managers, laboratories, subcontractors and clients);
    • Must be reliable, well organized and have a strong attention to detail;
    • Strong time management skills, problem solving skills and decision making abilities;
    • Must be able to lift up to 25 kilograms;
    • Regular travel to project sites is required. Mileage for work related travel will be reimbursed;
    • Valid G License; and
    • Licensed Professional, P.Eng., P. Geo., or C.E.T. designation is considered an asset.

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