Application submissions for Summer Employment Opportunities with the Ontario Public Service
On Sunday March 1, 2015, our system experienced technical problems dealing with the high volume of applications on the OPS Careers website for summer jobs. As a result, some applicants may have received error messages preventing them from successfully applying.
We apologize for any inconvenience, and have extended the application period from
March 6 to March 9 ending 11:59 p.m. There is no need to reapply if you successfully applied to a posted position.
Are you an experienced engineering professional with extensive knowledge in air pollution? Here is your opportunity to identify, evaluate and advise the ministry and stakeholders on the development of provincial standards, policies, strategies and innovative technologies related to air pollution.What can I expect to do in this role?You will: • develop and consult on policies, strategies and technologies related to air pollution• provide technical information, guidance and advice to ministry staff, industry and other stakeholders • advise on aspects of air emissions, air dispersion modelling, legislation, regulations and guidelines pertaining to air pollution in Ontario• coordinate and project manage consultant studies• provide engineering expertise in the development and implementation of air pollution control plans• participate in negotiations and consultations on air pollution control and air standards issues with affected stakeholdersHow do I qualify?Mandatory• you have full membership in Professional Engineers of OntarioKnowledge of Air Pollution:• knowledge and experience normally gained through obtaining a degree in environmental, chemical or process engineering or equivalent experience• you have practical experience in the field of air pollution and air dispersion modelling• you know and have engineering experience in technical assessment of air emissions, refined air dispersion models, risk management and assessment methodologies• you have knowledge and experience in methodologies used for stationary sources, emission testing and continuous emission monitoring of air contaminants and the ability to evaluate stakeholder input and provide recommendations regarding policies • you know theories, principles and current practices of engineering, applied chemistry, industrial processes and pollution control technologies• you have knowledge of air emissions legislation, policies, regulations and guidelines for Ontario and other jurisdictionsAnalytical Skills:• you can apply your knowledge to complex technical analysis in order to assess and evaluate risks and resolve problems • you can develop recommendations for policies, standards, guidelines and criteriaCommunication Skills:• you can prepare correspondence and technical reports• you can explain complex analysis to stakeholders, answering questions and making recommendationsComputer Skills:• you can use software application for data management, data analysis, word processing, graphics and internet
Job advertisements for positions that have been designated bilingual will be provided in both English and French on the website. Positions that are not designated bilingual are not translated and are displayed in English only on both the English and French versions of the website.
Les annonces d'emploi pour les postes désignés bilingues sont publiées en anglais et en français sur le site Web. Les annonces pour les postes qui ne sont pas désignés bilingues ne sont pas traduites et elles figurent en anglais seulement, tant dans la version française que dans la version anglaise du site.
The Ontario Public Service is an inclusive employer.
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Note: The only website where you can apply on-line for positions with the Ontario Public Service is http://www.gojobs.gov.on.ca
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