Fluor Marine Monitor./Environmental Specialist – Marine Construction in Kitimat, British Columbia
The Marine Monitor./Environmental Specialist reports directly to the Environmental Manager and is responsible for construction planning and execution, and compliance monitoring in marine areas.
Scope of the Job:
Assist with the construction and installation of world-class marine facilities that will be utilized during the construction and operation of a LNG facility in coastal British Columbia. While working for the prime contractor, the successful candidate will review and comment on work plans, ensure adequate monitoring is being implemented and will confirm compliance with regulatory requirements associated with the project. The compilation of sub-contractor data and submission of reports to the owner will also be required.
Primary Job Duties/Functions:
Responsible for the review of construction scopes against regulatory requirements, permit conditions, and Environmental Management Requirements.
Consult with crews who are planning and will be executing construction activities under Fisheries Act Authorizations and other permits.
Oversight of execution contractors and support staff.
Provide professional opinion on matters related to execution of environmentally sensitive scopes.
Field direction of effective execution of habitat complexing scopes, construction, and reclamation.
Ensuring compliance with federal and provincial regulations, and investigating compliance and conformance.
Effective record keeping of environmental observations and compliance monitoring activities.
Provide Qualified Environmental Professional oversight and input into environmental work packages and compliance observations
Conduct and document pre-disturbance and construction monitoring activities, document action items, and close out
Implements and supervises techniques to minimize environmental hazards. Performs and inspects construction activities against permit conditions and regulations.
-. Assists in mentoring junior field staff, writing proposals, operations, logistics, quality control and planning.
Works independently and in a cross disciplinary team environment. Role is predominantly field based with office support for administrative component.
Participates in the development of standards, guidelines and program execution as they relate to health, environment and safety (HES) policies, procedures, standards.
Interacts and interfaces with clients and environmental regulators.
Liaises with project teams and clients.
Assists with the development of storm water management plans and erosion prevention and sediment control measures in an area with high rainfall and high levels of traffic.
Project site/field working conditions.
- Onsite-site project workspace of various conditions which may include temporary office facilities and exposure to all types of outside weather.
Basic Job Requirements
Bachelor’s of Environmental Science or Biology or equivalent.
Eight (8) years experience in project environmental management.
Strong knowledge of local, provincial and federal environmental regulations.
Minimum 2 years experience in working in marine, estuary, freshwater, and terrestrial environments.
Minimum 2 years experience with early works, civil, and marine construction.
Strong and demonstrated experience in implementing projects, managing resources, leading teams, project management, client relations, technical writing, business development, aquatic ecosystems and the collection of baseline data.
Job ID: 120863BR
State: British Columbia
We reserve the right to modify or revise the job descriptions in part or in its entirety. Reasonable accommodations will be made in accordance with governing law.
We are an equal opportunity employer that recognizes the value of a diverse workforce. All qualified individuals will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, national origin, disability, veteran status, genetic information, or any other criteria protected by federal, state or local law.