The Opportunity:

Our client is searching for an enthusiastic, knowledgeable Intermediate Occupational Industrial Hygiene/ Environmental/ Hazmat Specialist to work in their Toronto office. The ideal candidate would be motivated, detail-oriented, reliable, and a strong communicator. If you want to work within an engaging, dynamic, and inclusive team environment and aspire to expand your skills, field of expertise, and work-life balance, our client will be a perfect fit for you.

Key Responsibilities:

• Co-ordinate and complete assigned field site investigation and reporting activities with respect to projects.• Conduct building surveys related to hazardous building materials, industrial hygiene investigations, asbestos and mould assessments, indoor air quality assessments, lead surveys, designated substances, potable water surveys and more.• Inspection, oversight and air monitoring activities during abatement and remediation of asbestos, lead, mould, to monitor contractor compliance with legislation, industry standards and client requirements.• Collection and preparation of field notes, data analysis and interpretation/evaluation.• Participate in technical report and proposal writing.• Maintain professionalism and objectivity consistently while working with clients and colleagues.• Manage all situations with tact and diplomacy to maintain positive working relationships with all internal and external stakeholders.• Conduct project administration tasks as required, including time-sheet generation, organizing and filing, equipment calibration and maintenance.

Qualifications, Education, and Skills:

• University Degree in Environmental Engineering, Earth Sciences, Environmental Technology, Environmental Science, Building Science or an environmental-related field.• A minimum of 3 years of Industrial Hygiene and/or hazardous building materials background.• Working towards your CIH, ROH designation/s would be considered an asset.• Experience in indoor air quality, designated substances/hazardous material surveys and remediation is essential.• Highly effective communication skills, written and verbal.• Strong organizational skills, attention to detail, time management skills, and ability to complete work within established timeframes.• Ability to work efficiently as a part of a team as well as independently.• Advanced knowledge and experience with MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint).• Valid driver’s license.• Flexibility on hours of work and ability to travel occasional periods away from your normal place, may be required.• Willingness to travel to the Northwest Territories will be required (including Nunavut).• Bilingualism in French and English is considered an asset.• Eligible to obtain or possess a security clearance.

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