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Lincoln Strategic

Reporting to the Environmental Superintendent, the Senior Environmental Advisor is an office and field position. As the 2IC to the Superintendent, this position will provide leadership to environmental advisors and technicians, coordinate environmental initiatives and support environmental sampling and monitoring. This is a permanent position, and the successful candidate will assist in the safe construction and operations.  

As this is a start-up operation, the successful candidate must have a strong focus on employee development.

Responsibilities:

  • Provide daily leadership and coaching to a team of environmental advisors and technicians in environmental monitoring and sampling best practices.
  • Oversee the implementation of effluent, surface and groundwater, and air quality monitoring and management systems.
  • Participate in environmental modelling and ensure accurate data tracking.
  • Oversee environmental sampling including vegetation identification and erosion monitoring.
  • Review and audit contractor environmental management systems and activities.
  • Conduct plant and hydrology surveys, participate in fish capture and fish habitat projects.
  • Conduct environmental effects monitoring including air quality and produce environmental compliance reports.
  • Participate in Indigenous environmental committee meetings.
  • Participate in permitting meetings and review permits for compliance requirements and implement them into environmental monitoring schedules and procedures. 

Skills and Experience:

  • 8 – 10 years of experience in a similar role, preferably in the mining industry.
  • Education: Bachelor’s Degree in Environmental or Natural Sciences or related disciplines preferred. Technical diploma level education will be considered as well.
  • A valid driver’s license (G class) and the ability to safely operate snowmobiles, manual 4×4 vehicles and ATVs as required.
  • First Aid Certificate (Desirable).
  • Sound knowledge of environmental regulations, monitoring, sampling and related documentation.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills with all levels of the operation.
  • Effective leadership skills to build a strong employee culture.
  • Good work ethic and a strong attitude towards safety are essential requirements.
  • Strengths in planning and organizing, problem-solving and decision-making are key.
  • Comfortable performing rigorous outdoor activities in inclement weather, including lifting and carrying heavy equipment over rough terrain.
  • Rotation of 7 days on and 7 days off (12-hour days). 

Job reference : JOB-13058


    • Job type: Full-time
    • Location: FIFO, Ontario
    • Date posted:
    • Pay:$- $ per hour