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Environmental Scientist

Company: Chu Cho Environmental LLP
Location : Prince George,BC
Company Profile

Chu Cho Environmental is a strong business that has a strategic relationship with Tsay Keh Dene Nation. Since 2013, Chu Cho Environmental has worked to build trust and respect with our partners, government, industry, and funders. Chu Cho Environmental is focused on developing long-term durable collaborative partnerships as well as expanding our scope of services. With expertise bridging numerous environmental disciplines, Chu Cho Environmental delivers high quality results across a diversity of projects. Our team of experts comprises professional Biologists, Agrologists, Foresters, Environmental Scientists, Geomorphologists, GIS Technicians and Environmental Technicians.

Job Description

Employment Opportunity:
Chu Cho Environmental is seeking an environmental professional with experience in field based assessments of vegetation, including forest community structure and invasive plants, and wildlife habitat assessments. A broad skillset across many facets of environmental science and field-based research would also be an asset. In addition to this, we are seeking an employee who can contribute significantly to scientific report and proposal writing.


Responsibilities:
• Must conform to and help administer our company Health, Safety and Environment policies.
• Lead vegetation and wildlife assessments.
• Mentoring and training junior staff.
• Mobilizing and maintaining field gear and equipment.
• Recording data and observations in an accurate and well-organized manner.
• Scientific report writing.
• Assist with the preparation of proposals.
• May be expected to operate company vehicles and will be expected to work outdoors in a variety of weather conditions.

• A degree and/or significant experience in a field related to environmental science, biology or forestry.
• Physically fit and able to conduct field work in all weather conditions.
• Able to work independently and a desire to continue expanding personal expertise.
• Strong written and verbal communication skills, meticulous and dependable.
• Ability to identify plant species and describe the physical characteristics of soil in northern and interior BC.
• Proficient identification of plant communities and wildlife.
• Additional certifications/qualifications including: Occupational First Aid Level 1, Valid Class 5 BC driver’s license etc.  Please list on your resume.
• Significant field experience and the willingness and ability to problem solve in remote environments under adverse weather conditions.