Consider this rewarding opportunity to build your technical and professional experience in the changing field of environmental regulation to evaluate municiapl and industrial wastewater systems and ensure their compliance with legislative requirements and established standards in order to protect public health and the environment.What can I expect to do in this role?• Conduct engineering assessments of semi-complex and complex applications• Develop legally binding and enforceable Environmental Compliance Approvals• Provide internal and external advice on engineering requirements for applications• Conduct site inspections of facilities and systems• Make recommendations for approval or rejection of applications• Represent the Ministry at legal proceedingsHow do I qualify?MandatoryFull membership with the Professional Engineers of OntarioEnvironmental and Legislative Knowledge• You know and can apply the theories, principles, and practices of environmental engineering and chemical processes, water resources engineering, as they pertain to sewage or wastewater collection systems, wastewater treatment and stormwater management• You know and understand the Municipal Class Environmental Assessment process as it relates to wastewater systems.• You know industrial and municipal sewage treatment processes and best management practices related to wastewater systems and stormwater• You understand engineering codes and standards, current legislation (e.g. Environmental Protection Act, Environmental Assessment Act, Ontario Water Resources Act, Occupation al Health and Safety Act), regulations and Provincial design guidelinesProject Management, Organizational and Planning Skills• You possess strong project management skills and knowledge of related methodologies and processes• You are highly organized and plan effectively to achieve deliverables in tight timelinesAnalytical, Issues Management and Negotiation Skills• You can analyze engineering designs, equipment specifications, and parameters of complex and semi-complex applications• You can identify and resolve issues and conflicting priorities• You can negotiate terms and conditions terms and conditions and resolution of appeals• You can participate in formal mediation sessionsCommunication, Interpersonal and Computer Skills• You can communicate complex technical information in a clear manner• You can prepare a variety of written materials (e,g, briefing notes, reports, Environmental Compliance Approvals)• You know how to establish effective working relationships• You know how to use computers and software such as word processing, spreadsheet, database, presentation, etc.
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