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Intermediate Regulatory and Permitting Specialist – Environment and Society

WorleyParsons

This is a Contract position in Leduc, AB posted November 23, 2022.

Job Description
– Intermediate Regulatory and Permitting Specialist – Environment and Society (VAN009J) Intermediate Regulatory and Permitting Specialist – Environment and Society
– VAN009J Company : Advisian Primary Location Other Locations Job Schedule : Full-time Employment Type : Employee Job Level : Experienced Job Posting : Oct 3, 2022 Unposting Date : Jan 2, 2023 Reporting Manager Title : Practice Lead : Intermediate Regulatory and Permitting Specialist – Environment and Society Advisian (Worley Group) British Columbia and Alberta Advisian is the independent consulting business line of the Worley Group with more than 2,000 people in 19 countries.

We provide solutions for clients across a range of industries, including renewable energy, ports and marine terminals, mining, and onshore and offshore oil and gas.

As part of one of the world’s largest engineering firms, we continue to push boundaries and extend our capabilities globally.

Advisian is a company that prides itself on providing safe and high-quality services that exceed our customer’s expectations, which is why we manage some of the world’s leading projects.

Advisian is a leading provider of Environment and Society (E&S) services in Canada.

The E&S Service Line is a vibrant and growing team covering: Environmental Science (including marine, atmospherics, terrestrial, and aquatics); Society & Engagement; Planning, Permits & Approvals; and Sustainability & Compliance.

We provide a full range of environmental services with a strong reputation for technical excellence, innovation and quality of work within small project consulting and strategic advisory assignments through to large project engineering and construction management delivery.

We pride ourselves on the integration of our E&S specialists with our engineering, construction management and project delivery teams.

Our aim is to recruit, develop, and most importantly, retain the people who share our vision and strategy.

We have a challenging opportunity for a full-time Junior Regulatory and Permitting Specialist to join our dynamic team.

Our ideal candidate will have a strong technical background in federal/provincial/municipal environmental assessments, permits, licenses and approvals and be experienced in supporting on a number of interesting resource projects.

As our ideal candidate for this dynamic and challenging role, your responsibilities will consist of the following tasks: Preparing, reviewing and managing federal/provincial/municipal environmental assessments, permits, licenses and approvals Use and develop databases and schedules to track permit timelines and actions and to manage permit conditions and commitments for compliance tracking and reporting Preparation and/or review of technical correspondence, project proposals, technical reports, work plans, and project specifications including cost estimates and budgets Advising internal senior consultants and principals on environmental assessment and permitting issues Provide advice and strategies to clients for obtaining federal/provincial/municipal environmental assessments, permits, licenses and approvals Communicate effectively and work with regulators and other stakeholders with or on behalf of client’s to further project delivery and success Project management, including the development and maintenance of project scopes, schedules and budgets, and coordination of junior staff Client management, including communication through verbal and written correspondence which may include presentation Business development – proposal preparation, attend client meetings, and deliver engaging presentations Work with senior consultants and principals in the practice to identify opportunities and prepare winning proposals Quality assurance – responsible for working within the provisions and guidelines of the Quality Assurance system relevant to the Environment & Society Practice Responsible for personal safety and the safe working practices and understand and follow Worley occupational health and safety procedures Travel as required for various field programs and meetings The successful candidate will have the following minimum qualifications and experience: Bachelors or master’s degree in science, environmental resource management, environmental law, environmental engineering or equivalent experience 5-10 years’ experience Experience in both provincial and federal regulatory frameworks.

A key role of the position will be to communicate and collaborate with our engineering and environmental teams and contribute to the development of junior staff Possess a proven track record and experience in all stages of the regulatory permitting processes for resource projects in Canada (6-10 years), preferably in AB and BC.

Proven ability to interpret and implement the provincial and federal environmental assessments, permits, licenses and approvals.

Excellent organizational skills Professional experience in industries such as pipelines, upstream/downstream oil and gas facilities, mining, infrastructure, and renewable energies within AB and BC, would be an asset Develop and use databases, tracking systems and processes Strong interpersonal, management and leadership skills Strong technical writing skills Willingness to work within a team Supervisory, project management and client management experience an asset Self-starter, flexible team player, willing and able to work on a wide variety of tasks and to coordinate staff The Intermediate Regulatory and Permitting Specialist positions are full-time and we’re currently seeking skilled individuals in British Columbia and Alberta for our Americas Operations.

The position reports to the Americas Lead for Regulatory Approvals, Permits, and Compliance.

Advisian (part of the Worley Group) offers an excellent remuneration & benefits package, a friendly, professional, dynamic and flexible work environment along with the opportunity to develop your career prospects within Canada and overseas.

We strive to be an industry leader in health, safety and environmental performance.

Our vision is to achieve zero harm to people and assets, and zero environmental incidents.

We select people who share our values, beliefs and commitment to this vision and who demonstrate the expected behaviors, competencies and performance associated with their prospective roles within the company.

We thank all candidates for their interest; however, only those selected for interviews will be contacted.

Advisian (part of the Worley Group) is an equal opportunity employer.