We have a challenging and rewarding opportunity for a professional engineer to provide engineering expertise to technically complex environmental projects.What can I expect to do in this role?• Carry out engineering assessments of complex environmental issues• Provide engineering support to staff in the development of pollution abatement strategies• Provide recommendations and participate in developing abatement programs• Coordinate inspection activities and provide technical advice to field staff• Represent the ministry in court, board hearings, public meetings, etc.How do I qualify?Mandatory• Currently licensed as an engineer with the Professional Engineers of OntarioEnvironmental Knowledge• You know the theories, principles, practices of engineering related to the environmental field• You have experience in water supply, pollution control, solid and liquid waste management• You can identify sources and types of water, air and solid pollutants from complex sources• You can review engineering specifications and designs, analyze technical aspects of complex industrial processes and to recommend and implement effective abatement strategies based on sound engineering principles• You understand and can apply environmental legislation (Environmental Protection Act), policies, and regulations• You can interpret and apply health and safety legislation (Ontario Health and Safety Act) and procedures• You know the rules of evidenceAnalytical, Issues-, and Project Management Skills• You can effectively manage assigned projects on time and within budget• You can resolve pollution incidents by applying appropriate technical solutions• You analyze different scenarios and develop an appropriate course of action• You demonstrate good organizational skills • You have strong skills in managing projects and issues effectively and efficientlyCommunication and Interpersonal Skills• You can communicate technical information in a clear manner to technical and non-technical audiences• You can develop a variety of written products (e.g. reports, correspondence)• You can work well with all levels of staff • You possess good negotiation skills
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