Senior Environmental Coordinator

Location
Mount Milligan, BC, Canada
Salary
Competitive
Posted
Jan 13, 2021
Closes
Feb 12, 2021
Ref
2020-1700
Work Term
Permanent
Work Load
Full Time
Language
English
Position Overview:

The Senior Environmental Coordinator will provide departmental and technical leadership to support our Environmental Monitoring Plan and Compliance Reporting.

Responsibilities:
  • Be the main point of contact for the environment department with site operational department Superintendents and Managers and oversee and supervise the day-to-day activities of the environment team and consultants
  • Act in the capacity of a 2IC (second in command) in the absence of the Environmental Superintendent on site
  • Accountability of water, waste, wildlife, reclamation, and aquatic health monitoring programs (e.g. fisheries, environmental effects monitoring, land disturbance and biodiversity management), including work plan development, scheduling, lead field programs, data assimilation, interpretation, and drafting reports
  • Mentoring and coaching of Environmental field crews to ensure completion of field programs (including mentoring of strong field data collection skills)
  • Development, maintenance and implementation of an up-to-date legal register of all permit and authorization conditions and commitments with support from the Corporate office using Monitor Pro 5 (MP5 Software)
  • Complete compliance audits against permit/licence requirements and social obligations
  • Take on a champion role with the development and implementation of an EMS in conformance with permit requirements and ISO 14001
  • Assist with preparation of permit applications and track approvals, or amendments as required
  • Involvement in leading preparation and execution of regulatory reporting (quarterly, annual)
  • Education and coaching of permit terms and conditions to all operating departments and how they relate to monitoring programs and reporting
  • Commitment to Health & Safety and Cultural Awareness programs
  • Familiarity with relevant BC and federal legislation and regulations (e.g. , Environmental management Act, Mines Act, HSRC, Fisheries Act)
  • Take an active role in budgeting, cost management and site and corporate reporting activities

Qualifications:
  • Bachelor's Degree in Biology, Environmental Science, or a related Natural Resources Management field
  • Minimum of 5-7 years of experience, preferably in a mining environment with experience leading monitoring and compliance programs
  • Strong technical writing and data analysis skills
  • Current registration or eligible for registration in a professional discipline (e.g. EP, P.Ag, R.P.Bio.)

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