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 9th ending 11:59 p.m. There is no need to reapply if you successfully applied to a posted position.
Join the Ministry of the Environment for a challenging opportunity to make a positive impact to environmental protection across Ontario by promoting and enforcing compliance with environmental legislation.What can I expect to do in this role?• Identify complex environmental problems and solutions• Provide consultative advice and assist in the management of contentious issues• Inspect, identify, monitor, investigate, and report on a wide variety of pollution sources in the District• Recommend and ensure implementation of inspection programs• Negotiate and enforce compliance through abatement programs• Maintain effective liaison with stakeholders, the general public and clients• Assess compliance with and enforcement of environmental legislation• Participate in the environmental response programHow do I qualify?MandatoryValid class G Ontario driver's licenseEnvironmental and Legislative Knowledge• You demonstrate knowledge of theories, scientific principles and practices of environmental sciences• You know industrial processes and pollution controls, contaminated site, spill and clean-up techniques• You can apply sample collection and field measurement techniques• You can interpret and apply environmental legislation (e.g. Environmental Bill of Rights, Environmental Assessment Act, Environmental Protection Act), regulations, policies, procedures, guidelines, and other statutes (e.g. Municipal Act, Fisheries Act, Transportation of Dangerous Goods Act)Analytical, Issues- and Project Management Skills• You can analyze complex scientific information• You can identify cause and source of pollution problems and develop appropriate course of action to remedy the situation• You can oversee clean-up projects by giving direction, setting objectives and stay on schedule• You can apply issues management techniques and demonstrate sound judgment when assessing issues of non-complianceCommunication, Interpersonal, and Computer Skills• You have the ability to act as a liaison and build effective working relationships• You can communicate technical information in a clear manner• You can prepare scientific reports, letters, and other written materials• You can negotiate positive outcomes concerning implementation of remedial measures• You know how to use computers and software applications such as word processing, spreadsheet, database, network, etc.Other• You are prepared to participate in the environmental response program as required - this refers to being on call in the event there is an environmental spill or other environmental emergency
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.
Accommodation is available under the Ontario Human Rights Code.
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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