CITY OF FORT ST. JOHN
COMPETITION NO. 2019-13
ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE COORDINATOR - REGULAR FULL TIME
Excellent people. Awesome Benefits. Great Wages.
Join us in Fort St John – the Energetic City! We are blessed with not only a strong economy but also a sense of community and a quality of life second to none. Fort St. John is a haven for adventure at all times of the year, with various active sport and leisure clubs, special events, and a standing commitment to promoting and providing community and personal wellness appealing to a wide range of interests.
The Environmental Compliance Coordinator performs a variety of tasks to ensure compliance with the City’s water and wastewater regulations, and the solid waste and recycling bylaw. This includes conducting periodic audits and inspections of industrial and commercial establishments, and residential curbside solid waste and recycling carts; identifying deficiencies and areas of non-compliance, developing public outreach and education programs and delivering the programs in coordination with the City’s communication team. This position also liaises with the provincial regulators as needed to ensure the City’s compliance with provincial regulations and to identify areas of improvement.
This is a Union position (BCGEU) and the rate of pay is $41.96 per hour. Interested applicants are requested to send their resume AND covering letter to the undersigned prior to 4:00 p.m., Friday, March 8, 2018.
HRIS Administrative Assistant, Tracy Konashuk, firstname.lastname@example.org
City of Fort St. John, 10631 - 100th Street, Fort St. John, BC V1J 3Z5
PHONE: (250) 787-8150 FAX: (250) 787-8180
For more information visit www.fortstjohn.ca
Qualified candidates should have a Diploma in Environmental Sciences, Environmental Management, Environmental Engineering or related field. A Degree in Environmental Sciences, Environmental Management, Environmental Engineering or related field is preferred. A minimum two years’ experience in work of similar nature of conducting environmental audits, public education and outreach, water and/or waste policies/procedures, experience relating to construction, maintenance, or repair of municipal utilities. A valid class 5 BC Driver’s License is also required.