Rangeland Conservation Service Ltd. (Rangeland) is an environmental and geotechnical engineering firm based in Airdrie, Alberta. Our staff of professionals includes expertise in aquatic biology, botany, wetland science, wildlife biology, range science, habitat and ecosystem restoration, geotechnical engineering, regulatory management and environmental inspection.
Rangeland has an opening for an Environmental Planner, Fisheries Biologist (Level I Planner) whose primary focus will be to carry out fish populations and habitat assessments and construction monitoring of oil and gas development and utility construction activities. We are looking for someone with direct experience in a similar role.
• Lead fish populations and habitat assessments in the role of Qualified Aquatic Environment Specialist (QAES);
• Conduct pre-construction aquatic assessments;
• Conduct environmental monitoring by providing QAES input during pipeline, road and utility crossing installations;
• Conduct water quality monitoring during instream and trenchless construction activities;
• Lead fish salvage programs during construction;
• Lead reclamation and bank restoration projects at waterbody crossings;
• Prepare aquatic assessment reports, environmental protection plans, and Code of Practice Notifications;
• Work with our engineers to provide aquatic data to assist with the development of road crossing structures; and
• Liaise with clients, construction personnel and regulators.