Water Conservation & Management - Jobs & Careers
Career choices vary. Some examples are:
- environmental operations specialist working in an industry such as oil & gas, mining, agriculture, forestry or transportation
- environmental regulatory specialist with government
- environmental technology with a consulting company.
Since 2007, 100% of our graduates:
- Are confident they have the knowledge and skills needed to start a career.
- Were satisfied with the program and would recommend it to others.
- Have found employment in the environmental industry or have chosen to pursue further education.
Salary potentialThe average, career-related starting wage for Lakeland Environmental Science Diploma graduates is $55,786. The Alberta Wage and Salary Survey reports that environmental industry wages start at $44,800, and average $136,000.
Employers hire Lakeland Grads
- 94% of employers would hire a Lakeland grad again
- 100% of employers would recommend Lakeland grads to other employers
- 97.1% of employers are satisfied with the quality of Lakeland College grads
What our Alumni say
92 % are grads are happy in their jobs. Their satisfaction goes up if the job is related to their program
Source: 2016 Lakeland College Graduate Survey of Class of 2014. Conducted by insightrix
|ECO Canada Certification|
This program prepares you to become an Environmental Professional (EP) with ECO Canada.
As a diploma graduate you are eligible to apply as an Environmental Professional in Training (Ept) and can upgrade to an EP after you have completed 5 years of relevant experience.
|Where grads have found jobs|
|Government & Regulatory Organizations
Energy Resources Conservation Board
Nunavut Impact Review Board
Natural Resources Canada
North Saskatchewan River Basin Council
Consultants and Industry
Klohn Crippen Berger
Protocol2 Air Services