Are you looking for an opportunity to provide environmental resource management, promote environmental protection, and conservation and engage with multiple stakeholders? If so, why not consider a career with the Ministry of the Environment's Northern Region.NOTE: Option to work from one of two Ministry of the Environment office locations in the northern region - negotiable with successful candidate - 199 Larch Street, Sudbury or 435 James Street, Thunder Bay.What can I expect to do in this role?You will: • promote environmental protection, pollution prevention and conservation• provide legislative and policy advice and recommendations to various stakeholders• identify environmental issues and conflicts and develop and integrate solutions• review official plans, plans of subdivisions, amendments, as well as provide pre-submission consultation• identify, develop and implement outreach and training to promote land use management and environmental assessments• coordinate reviews by internal teams in areas of air, water and land• evaluate applications and projects for approval under the class environmental assessment (EA) requirements of the Environmental Assessment Act• prepare minister's correspondence, briefing notes and other documentsHow do I qualify?Mandatory requirement:• valid driver's licence required to travel to remote work locations within the Northern Region to conduct field workTechnical skills:• proven ability to apply and interpret related theories and practices of land use planning and environmental assessment processes • ability to apply and interpret relevant legislation and guidelines• demonstrated ability to apply the practices of environmental science including ecosystem and media specific natural environmental management componentsGeneral skills:• proven analytical, research, and planning skills to assess and identify environmental issues, conflicts and to implement solutions• demonstrated project management skills • time management and organizational skills to ensure submissions are completed within legislated timelines and established priorities are met to prepare reports, notes and correspondence• strong computer skills to use a variety of software applications such as Word, Outlook, PowerPoint, database, and ExcelCommunication and interpersonal skills:• communication, presentation, and interpersonal to guide and lead in the proactive promotion of environmental management • demonstrated skills in negotiation and arbitration to provide advice and recommendations• ability to work in a team and to work independently
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