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|Summer Student Technicians - Deadline - Nov 9/18|
Woodlands North, established in 2000, is a professional natural resource consulting firm offering field services to the forest and energy sectors. Woodlands has offices in Edmonton and Whitecourt, and operations throughout the province of Alberta. We are currently seeking motivated individuals to join our team in the capacity as field technicians. These positions are for a summer term, a practicum work term, with a potential for full time permanent pending a successful summer season. The following positions are available for the summer of 2019:
Forest Technician: candidates will be well versed with provincial legislation and current best management practices. Project duties include participation in silviculture and forest inventory programs with extensive field work consisting of project supervision and data collection.
Ecology Technician: candidates will have the ability to identify a wide variety of wildlife species by aural and visual methods. Wildlife inventories and species sampling includes: fisheries, songbirds, amphibians, remote camera work, pellet/browse surveys, nest searches, playback surveys, and winter tracking.
Restoration Technician: project duties include participation in seasonally active programs with extensive field work consisting of data collection and site prescriptions. Overseeing and reporting on programs for ecological restoration, vegetation and wildlife monitoring, and site preparation for reforestation will be common tasks.
Creeks Technician: candidates will be familiar with watercourse inventory and sampling techniques. Project work will consist of extensive field work conducting stream inventories and roadway watercourse crossing inspections. Some construction and creek restoration work takes place throughout the year as well.
These positions require strong written and verbal communication skills. Salaries are competitive based on level of experience, and education. Woodlands offers comprehensive benefits, continuing education, and a flexible work environment. Applicants must provide a valid class five driver’s license with a clean abstract. Shift work applies to all projects.
Closing Date: November 9, 2018
Suitable applicants will be contacted prior to the closing date.
|Environmental Field Technician - Deadline - Nov 30/18 or until suitable candidates found|
Environmental Field Technician
Golder is not just a place to work, it is a promise of a living, dynamic environment where people collaborate, innovate, build enduring relationships, excel, and grow professionally in a strong culture of ownership.
Do you have the desire to learn? The drive to excel and thrive in an engaged, collaborative environment?
Golder has a new opportunity for an Environmental Field Technician to join our Contaminated Sites team. This new opportunity will allow you to conduct field work related to monitoring, investigating, as well as remediating and reclaiming contaminated sites impacted by hydrocarbons (diesel, gasoline, crude oil etc.), salts and metals. It is expected that you are self-motivated and will demonstrate strong time management and communication skills.
An overview of your role will include:
You will have a background in:
Your benefits at Golder will include:
At Golder, we thrive on challenges
One of Canada's Best Managed Companies.
Platinum member status 11 consecutive years
|Wildland Firefighter - Deadline - Nov 30/18|
Company: Government of Alberta
Application Deadline: November 30, 2018
Position Type: Summer
The Wildfire Management Branch of Alberta Agriculture and Forestry is hiring Initial Attack firefighters (Helitack/ Helitack Rappel crews) and Sustained Action Unit Crews for the 2019 fire season.
Persons with a dedication to fitness, teamwork and safety will be considered for positions on these firefighting crews.
Prior to training camp, all candidates must have and be able to show proof of: a valid standard first aid certificate with CPR, a driver's license, defensive driving certificate, and a valid high school diploma or equivalent
Salary: $21.08 - $25.95 per hour
Job Start Date: April 28, 2019
Application Requirements: Resume and Cover Letter
How to Apply: Online