Open Positions

Environmental Management Office - Licensed Science Officer 3 (Designated Professional Engineer)
[November 9, 2017]

Environmental Standards Branch (ESB) in the Ministry of Environment and Climate Change Strategy
Position: Open until 11/29/2017

Position Description: 
As the Environmental Management Officer, your role is to lead and guide the development of ministry and/or provincial legislation, policy, and technical standards in industrial waste management, with a preference for agricultural and organic waste management, including waste to resource alternatives, towards the achievement of Environmental Protection Division priority goals and objectives.  This work requires involvement and interaction with a wide variety of stakeholders (including: local government, private waste sector, environmental stakeholders, planners and developers) and First Nations to develop and enhance environmental stewardship in waste management in BC.

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Inspector, Monitor of Solid and Green Waste Sought
[October 19, 2017]

WSDA
Position: Apply by October 26th.

Position Description:
WSDA has a new position open for an environmental specialist 2 – municipal waste monitoring. This full-time project position is expected to last through June 30, 2019 and reports directly to the Pest Program manager. It’s open to all, so share with anyone who may be interested. Apply by Oct. 26th.


Project Coordinator (British Columbia)
[October 5, 2017]

SYLVIS
Location: Westminster, BC

Position Description:
Based in our New Westminster, BC office, you will report to your assigned supervisor and Project Manager(s), and ensure the smooth, productive implementation of our operational projects.  You will be responsible for all aspects of project coordination and will participate directly in field activities.  You are someone with a diverse skill set that is extremely well organized and enjoys time in the field. 

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Loop® Biosolids Program Manager
[August 15, 2017]

King County, Department of Natural Resources & Parks - Wastewater Treatment Division
Location: King Street Center - 201 S Jackson St, Seattle, Washington
Position: Open until filled.

Position Description:
The Department of Natural Resources and Parks is seeking a highly qualified and motivated candidate to manage the Loop® Biosolids Program within the Wastewater Treatment Division's Stewardship and Sustainable Resources (SSR) Section. This position is represented by the Technical Employees Association and reports to the Stewardship and Sustainable Resources Section Manager.

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Business Development Administrator  
[July 14, 2017]

NutirGrow
Location: Chilliwack, BC

Position Description:
As the ‘Heart of the Business’ the Business Development Administrator’s principal role is to ensure the efficient, effective and accurate flow and communication of financial information (accounts payable, accounts receivable and payroll), customer information and logistics information for the NutriGrow line of business.  This individual maintains close communication with all stakeholders to ensure financial, sales, customer service and inventory requirements are satisfied.  This role ensures processes are followed and items completed in NutriGrow’s various software applications on an ongoing basis and as per accounting cycle deadlines and customer requirements. The Business Development Administrator will also be responsible for front line customer service (answering phones etc..), office management and general office duties.

Click here for additional information. Please send resumes to:  Lisa Savage, Director of People Systems:  lsavage@arrow.ca


Field Operations Maintenance Person
[July 13, 2017]

Lakehaven Water & Sewer District
Location: Federal Way
Position: Open until filled.

Position Description:
Employees in the Field Operations Department perform field data collection, maintenance, and construction work throughout the water and wastewater facilities of the District.  Routine duties include meter reading, building maintenance, operating and maintaining valves/pumps in sewer pumping stations, sewer pipe cleaning, installation and repair of water lines and hydrants using backhoes and hydro excavators, flagging, and erosion control work.  Position placement and pay is dependent upon experience and qualifications. 

Does this sound like the job for you?  Visit our website at http://www.lakehaven.org/154/Employment for the position descriptions and application.  (Note: please identify which Maintenance Person position you are applying for on your application – MPI, MPII, or MPIII.)