Environmental Coordinator
Oilfield Service Company - Stony Plain, AB

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Position Summary
The Environmental Coordinator is responsible for representing the company to all regulatory authorities, and to facilitate the fulfillment of all regulatory requirements. The Environmental Coordinator will be responsible for a broad range of compliance tasks. In addition, this role will be responsible for maintaining, evaluating and organizing environmental compliance information for the company. Based in the Stony Plain, the Environmental Coordinator will have a comprehensive understanding of applicable Federal, Provincial and client based environmental compliance requirements.

Role & Responsibilities
Utilize information received from Operations personnel to complete applications per the regulatory agency requirements;
Liaise with AENV, ASRD, BC Environment, and AB Northern Health technical specialists regarding regulatory issues;
Advise best regulatory practices and demonstrate a strong confidence in speaking with clients.
Co-ordinate regulatory efforts on new projects and sites/plants;
Maintain spreadsheets with up to date information for each site/plant; and
Prepare AENV environmental reports, approval applications, and month/year end reports for clients.
Track submitted applications and ensures successful approvals and permits.

Qualifications/ Education
University Degree in Sciences or Engineering or completion of a recognized two-year diploma program in Sciences or Technology with specialization in Environmental Sciences;
Completion of the University of Alberta Environmental Resources Management (ERM) Certificate Program or an equivalent program of studies will be considered equivalent to specialization in environmental sciences;
Minimum of five years’ experience with a degree, or eight years’ experience with a diploma, in an environmental occupation directly related to oilfield/environmental services; and
Eligible to be a certified member of the Alberta Society of Engineering Technologists (ASET), as appropriate.

Excellent verbal and written communication skills and the ability to work effectively with clients as well as internally with operational personnel;
Competent understanding of Company/Client procedures;
Proven ability to multi-task and efficiently respond to changing priorities;
Computer proficiency in Windows, MS Office, and E-mail;
Superior organizational and time management skills; ability to meet deadlines;
Decision-making and problem-solving ability;
Ability to thoroughly comprehend AENV Approvals and other directives;
Ability to remain current and up to date with changing regulations, and advise management accordingly;
Excellent people skills, and the ability to work with diverse people and organizations; and
Is the company’s public face of Environmental Regulatory and regularly interact with clients and government agencies.