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Advancing Your Environmental Career: Key Lessons from 2018


Analyzing emerging opportunities in 2018

If you are a transitioning professional wanting to explore a different environmental field, or you are seeking job opportunities within the sector, you need to stay up-to-date with the latest employment trends identified in the first half of 2018.

Between April and June 2018, there were 547,280 vacancies related to full time job opportunities. Therefore, it is essential to ensure that your skills and knowledge stand out to be competitive and move forward in your career.

In this webinar session, you will learn about:

  • Technical environmental skills that employers sought in the first half of 2018
  • The top three environmental practice areas to get a job
  • Environmental-related occupations that are experiencing high demand across Canada
  • Soft skills that recruiters value the most

The webinar access link will be sent via email once your registration is complete.

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Claudine Vidallo, PMP

Director, Research

Claudine Vidallo is a strategic planner, business analyst and program manager and has initiated, lead, executed and evaluated a number of multi-stakeholder and multi-phased projects. In the last 20 years, Claudine has applied her competencies in various industries in the Philippines and Canada including energy, food and beverage manufacturing, post-secondary and training institutions, and not-for-profit organizations. This includes managing labour market and occupational research initiatives in the last decade.

 

Claudine is currently Director, Research at ECO Canada and is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) with a Bachelor of Science in Business Management degree.

 

Her other full-time job is being a mother of five boys including twin stepsons. Claudine was also very active in sports and fitness in her past life and has a 1st degree blackbelt in Taekwondo.

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Analyzing emerging opportunities in 2018

If you are a transitioning professional wanting to explore a different environmental field, or you are seeking job opportunities within the sector, you need to stay up-to-date with the latest employment trends identified in the first half of 2018.

Between April and June 2018, there were 547,280 vacancies related to full time job opportunities. Therefore, it is essential to ensure that your skills and knowledge stand out to be competitive and move forward in your career.

In this webinar session, you will learn about:

  • Technical environmental skills that employers sought in the first half of 2018
  • The top three environmental practice areas to get a job
  • Environmental-related occupations that are experiencing high demand across Canada
  • Soft skills that recruiters value the most

The webinar access link will be sent via email once your registration is complete.

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Claudine Vidallo, PMP

Director, Research

Claudine Vidallo is a strategic planner, business analyst and program manager and has initiated, lead, executed and evaluated a number of multi-stakeholder and multi-phased projects. In the last 20 years, Claudine has applied her competencies in various industries in the Philippines and Canada including energy, food and beverage manufacturing, post-secondary and training institutions, and not-for-profit organizations. This includes managing labour market and occupational research initiatives in the last decade.

 

Claudine is currently Director, Research at ECO Canada and is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) with a Bachelor of Science in Business Management degree.

 

Her other full-time job is being a mother of five boys including twin stepsons. Claudine was also very active in sports and fitness in her past life and has a 1st degree blackbelt in Taekwondo.