MTE Consultants Inc. has provided consulting services to communities throughout Ontario since 1985. For over 30 years, we have maintained a commitment to quality and lasting relations. Our strength is in the people we work with and the solutions we design. With 4 different offices across Ontario, our team is comprised of driven professionals at various stages of their careers – and we’re all in this together. Every day, we’re working together and collaborating on projects that are both challenging and impactful. Join a team that creates connections, drives your career and supports the community in more ways than one.
We are currently seeking a Terrestrial Biologist to work out of our London office.
- Conducting terrestrial field surveys in support of baseline studies, environmental impact studies, endangered species and Species at Risk permitting and mitigation plans, natural environment monitoring and related scopes of work;
- Data entry and analysis, preparation of technical reports and other deliverables; and
- Other related duties, as assigned.
- Sc. degree in Biology, Ecology, Environmental Science or related discipline is preferred although consideration given to candidates possessing a B.Sc. degree in these disciplines with suitable work experience;
- Demonstrated knowledge of one or more fields in the terrestrial disciplines (vegetation, wetlands, forestry, or wildlife) and its associated methods, such as standardized wildlife or vegetation field surveys, knowledge and experience in taxonomic identification;
- Experience with ELC or OWES surveys, Species at Risk is preferred;
- General understanding of construction practices, development approval processes and related legislation;
- Working knowledge of the Occupational Health and Safety Act;
- Proficiency with Microsoft Office software, including Work, Excel and Outlook is essential;
- Experience with ArcGIS or AutoCAD is considered an asset;
- Team player with the ability to work independently or as part of a multidisciplinary team;
- Ability to work in both field and office environments;
- Field work may be conducted in remote areas under a range of weather conditions;
- Field work will require travel and may require long days and/or nights over extended periods, including weekends;
- Ability to learn and successful perform challenging tasks;
- Strong written and verbal communication skills;
- Strong attention to detail and excellent time management skills;
- Valid First Aid and CPR preferred;
- Valid ATV safety training is an asset; and
- Must possess a valid driver’s license and have access to a reliable vehicle.