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December 19, 2017 - January 3, 2018
Schedule: Monday to Friday (may be required to work evenings and weekends)
The Long Lake #58 First Nation’s (LLFN) Environmental Monitor (EM) will participate in environmental assessment programs run by Greenstone Gold Mines (GGM) for its Hardrock Project near Geraldton, Ontario and will serve as one of LLFN’s members on a joint LLFN-GGM Environmental Monitoring Committee.
Work will include environmental monitoring activities associated with the Project including, but not limited to surface water, groundwater, soil, vegetation and fish sampling. The EM will participate in community consultation sessions to discuss and present environmental monitoring information along with GGM and third-party experts. The EM will report to LLFN and the Environment Committee on monitoring activities and results regularly, as required.
Reports To: Economic Development Manager
- Participating in discussions on the Terms of Reference for the Environmental Monitoring Committee
- Observing and participating in GGM environmental monitoring activities such as:
- Collecting samples (e.g., air, water, vegetation and soil samples)
- Fish and wildlife counts
- Regulatory compliance (e.g. equipment inspections, water extraction/handling, soil handling, fuel spill management, waste management, wildlife management, etc.
- Identify and locate environmental and cultural heritage resources
- Attend monthly environmental monitoring meetings
- Review reports that detail project-specific environmental issues
- Monitor and follow up on LLFN environmental monitoring and mitigation concerns
- Participate in all required training sessions (courses, workshops, etc.)
- Participate in meeting with Environment Committee on EA issues, gaps and concerns.
- Attend GGM monthly Environmental Monitoring Meetings.
- Regular reports to LLFN Environment Committee.
- Certificates or acknowledgement of participation in training courses, workshops, etc.
- Minimum Grade 12 or Equivalent required, College Degree or Diploma will be preferred (Mathematics, Sciences or Computer Studies would an asset).
- Must be a member of Long Lake # 58 First Nation.
- Understanding of sampling procedures and practices an asset.
- Effective verbal and written communication skills.
- Effective time management, decision-making, and planning and organizing skills.
- Detail-oriented and able to follow and maintain accurate, detailed documentation and policies.
- Attentiveness to details and ability to manage a diverse workload within a fast-paced environment with changing multiple priorities and frequent interruptions.
- Ability to work collaboratively as part of a team as well as independently with minimal supervision
- Strong commitment to work safely.
- Previous experience in mining, mineral exploration or an industrial environment an asset.
- CPR qualification of level A or higher and boat license is an asset.
- Experience with ATVs and boats an asset.
- Driver’s License with access to own vehicle is required.
- Previous knowledge of computer applications, including Microsoft Office would be an asset.
- Must provide an updated Criminal Record Checks (CRC).
Please contact Band Office before the deadline, to pick up the letter required to apply for your CRC.
Interested applicants must submit a cover letter, resume, two references, updated CRC (or if in process, proof of receipt is required) through email, fax, mail or hand deliver, to:
Director Human Resources
Long Lake #58 First Nations (Band Office)
P.O. Box 609, Longlac, ON P0T 2A0
Fax: (807) 876-2757
Deadline: Wednesday – Jan 03, 2018 (4:00 p.m.)
We thank all the interested applicants; however only the shortlisted candidates will be contacted for an interview. Incomplete applications, will not be considered for this position. Accommodations will be provided on request, to applicants during the hiring process.