We are accepting resumes for a Vegetation Ecologist/Botanist for future opportunities. This position will be based in Regina, Saskatoon or Winnipeg to help plan, manage, and conduct environmental impact assessments and environmental management on a variety of projects within western Canada.
- Conduct vegetation surveys and assessments in accordance with applicable protocols
- Classify and delineate wetlands in a field setting using the appropriate wetland classification systems
- Assist with environmental assessment, management or permitting projects
- Conduct field work in accordance with required survey protocols and health and safety procedures
- Assist in the preparation of regulatory approval and permitting applications
- Assist in the preparation of technical reports associated with regulatory approvals or compliance requirements
- Ensuring technical quality of work including field methodology and review of client deliverables (proposals, reports and mapping)
- University Degree in Biology/Ecology or related studies with a minimum of 1-2 years’ experience in conducting vegetation and wetland surveys
- Proven ability to identify plants to the species level in a field setting
- Working knowledge of the current rare plant detection survey protocols in Saskatchewan. Knowledge of relevant protocols in Alberta is strongly preferred
- Experience conducting vegetation surveys in a variety of ecosystems, including rare plant detection surveys
- Basic knowledge of plant taxonomy, including the ability to identify species using taxonomic keys
- Knowledge of relevant federal and provincial legislation and requirements
- Able to classify wetlands in a field setting using the Stewart and Kantrud Classification System and the Canadian Wetland Classification System. Working knowledge of the Alberta Wetland Classification System is an asset
- Experience with the Alberta Wetland Policy and designation as a Qualified Wetland Science Practitioner (QWSP) is an asset
- Demonstrated professionalism and commitment to continuous improvement
- Recognized ability to work independently and succeed in a collaborative, multi-disciplinary team environment
- Strong verbal and written communication skills and experience with technical report writing
- Professional designation is an asset (e.g. P. Biol. or R. P.Bio.)
- Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) experience in Saskatchewan and/or Alberta is an asset
- Consulting experience in Saskatchewan and/or Alberta is an asset
- Knowledge of wildlife biology and agronomy is an asset
- Working knowledge of weed control methods and experience with weed surveys and management programs is an asset
- Some work for this position may be in remote locations for extended periods of time and may require overtime, weekends and variable hours.
- Computer skills - MS Office
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