Agriculture Recruiting Specialty: Environmental Positions
With environmental contacts across Canada and over 1400 environmental practitioners' resumes in our Talent Database, AgCall Human Resources will find the right employee to fill your vacancy. We will recruit: Surface Land Representatives, Soil Technicians, Land Reclamation Personnel, Rangeland Conservation Officers, Landscape Ecologists, Technical Sales Experts and other great candidates like the candidate described below:
This junior level Environmental Technician has a Bachelors level degree in Environmental Science and Geography. Historically focused on water conservation, this candidate has recently expanded her education and experience into crop sciences. With a strong understanding of GIS, this recent graduate is seeking to use and grow her skills and education in an upwardly mobile position. (Candidate Ref# 11358)
New to the agricultural industry? Not sure what different careers entail? Looking for some specific job descriptions? Take a look at a few highlighted job titles with mini-descriptions!
Environmental Field Technician
As an Environmental Field Technician, one might rarely be in the office. Instead, Field Technicians spend most days in the field. When working for companies that specialize in decontaminating soil and groundwater, the Field Technician may be supervising the team that cleans up environmental messes such as oil and gas spills.
Environmental Programs Coordinator
Do you like the idea of working towards environmentally sustainable agriculture? Operating within the framework of provincial government bodies, an Environmental Programs Coordinator works with a province-wide team of program extension specialists to gather, examine, understand, and report on information related to the environment and the agriculture industry. An Environmental Programs Coordinator communicates ideas and recommendations through extension programs, workshops, newsletter articles, and presentations. At the same time, collecting feedback through those communications tools is also very important. Environmental Programs Coordinators will have opportunities for networking with government staff and industry groups, professional development and to be part of their department's commitment to high performance, teamwork and quality service.
An ideal Environmental Programs Coordinator should be a university graduate in Agriculture, Environmental Sciences or related degree area, and would possess a good knowledge of the province's agricultural industry and the environmental issues facing it. Of course, any knowledge of environmental issues related to farm management is an asset. Because of the importance of communications in this role, a good Environmental Programs Coordinator should demonstrate attention to detail and have excellent written and oral communication skills.
Public and Environmental Health and Occupational Health and Safety Officer
Inspectors in this unit group perform some or all of the following duties related to ensuring safety in the plant, on the environment and within product creation. In this position, you may inspect the sanitary conditions of restaurants, hotels, schools, hospitals and other public facilities or institutions. You may also conduct surveys and monitor programs of the natural environment to identify sources of pollution. Environmental protection activities may include, collecting samples of water for analysis; measuring physical, biological and chemical workplace hazards; and conducting safety and environmental audits.