ECO Canada is a proud sponsor of RemTech
You work hard to support the environment. Let us support you
Since 1992, ECO Canada has supported Canada’s environmental sector with in-depth research, environmental job board, professional development resources, and educational partnerships.
Our research has helped improve access for new graduates and those entering the industry mid-career, while our training programs and educational partnerships have helped practitioners hone their skills and meet the demands of a changing industry.
And at every turn, we’ve helped foster the environmental workforce who are passionate about the future of their profession, and what their work means for every one of us.
ECO Canada is your source for relevant, cross-industry resources, programs and training geared specifically towards environmental professionals.
We are proud to be a Gold Sponsor at RemTech 2016. See how we can support you:
Founded in 2000, ECO Canada’s Environmental Professional (EP) certification provides formal recognition of your environmental expertise and professional integrity. As an EP, you are able to showcase your unique combination of environmental expertise with a specialization in Site Assessment and Reclamation.
We are now accepting Phase 5 Applications until October 15, 2016. The EYC program is currently 95% allocated.
Funded through Environment and Climate Change Canada’s Science Horizons Program, the Environmental Youth Corps (EYC) Internship Program gives eligible employers who work in science, technology, engineering, or mathematics (STEM), up to 50% of an intern’s salary (up to $15,000) for new full-time environmental jobs.
Our upcoming webinars are designed to give remediation practitioners the vital skills and knowledge to advance their careers, whether they’re starting out or well established:
- Microbial Community Profiling
- Best Practices in Passive Water Treatment for Mine Closure
- Next Generation Tools for Oil and Gas Operations for Soil Bioremediation and Pipe Corrosion
- Passive and Semi-Passive Ammonia Treatment for Mines
Our in-depth research has been pinpointing trends in the environmental sector since 1992, giving environmental professionals and employers the reliable information they need to make truly strategic choices, even as the industry continues to evolve.
Our Research shows that Site Assessment and Reclamation is a multi-disciplinary labour force that is in demand:
- 30,200 core site assessment & reclamation (SAR) workers
- 68% of employers expect to increase staffing levels
- 38% of SAR vacancies require project management competencies
Our ECO Job Board gets more than 100,000 visits every month from job seekers looking for environmental jobs with reputable companies like yours. Scientists, engineers, technicians, writers, managers — your posting will attract qualified candidates with the skills and experience to match your hiring needs.