Online Job Application Process
You can get the chance to work at Environment Canada by applying online. Below, you can find the detailed information about the hiring process of Environment Canada which offers entry-level and managerial positions.
Careers at Environment and Climate Change Canada
Impact the future of our environment
At Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC), you can be at the heart of domestic and international efforts to protect the environment, to lead action on climate change, to conserve our country’s natural heritage, and to provide weather and meteorological information to keep Canadians informed and safe.
ECCC employs nearly 7000 people working in a broad range of fields including biology, chemistry, climatology, communications, engineering, environmental sciences, human resources, hydrology, informatics, law, law enforcement, library science, meteorology, policy, and more. Our offices are found in over 100 communities across the country, from Iqaluit to Toronto and Vancouver to St. John’s. We are passionate about promoting the value of science and technology to decision-making, in collaborating with one another and with external stakeholders, both within our communities and from around the world, and in seeking the most innovative and effective solutions to protect our air, water, wildlife and spaces.
Why work with us?
- We tackle some of the biggest environmental issues
- We embrace and promote diversity and inclusiveness
- We promote a respectful workplace
- We support a healthy work-life balance
- We invest in employee learning and career development
- We offer competitive wages and benefits
Apply Online Environment Canada Jobs
You can be a member of Environment Canada family by completing the hiring process which is explained below. In order to finish the application process, you can use the link provided below to access to the online application Environment Canada where you can find out more about the position for which you want to apply.
Senior Program Scientist – Geochemistry
The mandate of the Environmental Protection Operations Directorate (EPOD) of Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC) includes policy and program development and implementation in six core areas: environmental assessment, contaminated sites, environmental emergencies, marine programs, compliance promotion, and environmental effects monitoring. National programs are delivered by staff located in six regions and 17 regional/satellite offices across Canada.
The position being staffed is a geoscientist with strength/specialization in geochemistry within the Expert Support group in EPOD’s Pacific & Yukon Region. Expert Support provides science and subject-matter expertise support to the core areas of EPOD. The geoscientist provides expertise in the areas of geology, geochemistry, and supporting geosciences as they relate to effects on water quality in order to produce advice and recommendations within the scope of ECCC’s mandate and legislation. The work involves reviewing technical reports and documents:
• for proposed projects that are undergoing environmental assessment (e.g. mines and large infrastructure projects), and
• for existing federal contaminated sites undergoing assessment, remediation or risk management.
The geoscientist’s technical advice and recommendations contribute to the development of ECCC input into regulatory processes (e.g. environmental assessment decisions). This work is often conducted under tight timelines. There are occasional opportunities to participate in site visits to further develop project site knowledge.
Intent of the process
The intent of this anticipatory process is to identify a candidate for one (1) indeterminate English Essential position in Vancouver or Whitehorse in 2018, as part of the EPOD Pacific & Yukon Region’s succession plan. Indeterminate employees of the Public Service at the same group and level or equivalent may be considered for deployment. A pool of qualified candidates may be established and used to staff similar positions in Vancouver or Whitehorse within Environment and Climate Change Canada with various tenures (Term, Assignment, Secondment, Acting, Indeterminate, Deployment).
Positions to be filled: Number to be determined
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