The Canada Border Services Agency is looking to hire an Environmental Coordinator for a 1 year term contract (renewable). The work entails the coordination and the implementation of work related to environmental compliance and energy management across the Agency’s nineteen (19) ports of entry between Canada and USA in the Province of New Brunswick.

The CBSA was named the top federal government department to work for as part of the Canada’s top 100 employers.

Roles & responsibilities:
  • Program and project link between Environmental Operations (EO) and Real Property (RP)
  • Program and project delivery and coordination of environmental compliance aspects including potable water, wastewater, storage tanks, contaminated sites, environmental assessments,impact assessments, species at risk, halocarbons, asbestos, radon, hazardous materials.
  • Program and project delivery and coordination of greening government aspects including energy and GHG reduction, climate change resiliency, water preservation, operational & construction waste management and charging stations deployment.
  • Drafts reports, project documents, and monthly status reports
  • Participates in preliminary assessment of environmental impacts of property management projects / activities / decisions
  • Participates in the development and/or implementation of corrective actions as well as in meetings and/or working groups
  • Performs recurrent environmental tasks and activities linked to the defined sector of
  • Environmental Operations which supports the monitoring of adherence to existing standards and regulations
  • Assists in the conduct of environmental assessment studies, and compliance and energy audits
  • Provides input to the drafting of scopes of work and cost estimates for contracts with outside firms or consultants, and assists in the monitoring process
  • Performs analysis responding to external and/or senior management request outlining year over-year energy consumption and performance;
  • Develops an extensive understanding of all mechanical and electrical systems in the Agency;
  • Collaborates in optimizing sustainable measures by providing support and recommendation on improving building durability, carbon footprint performance and efficiency;
  • Aid in the Agency sustainable development and project pursuits as they relate to energy and climate change resiliency;
  • Assist in deliverables such as searching, collecting and synthesizing information into charts, tables and graphics.
  • Support the development of sustainability reports, including outlining, writing and editing content and other communications.
Salary ranges from $64,352 to $76,115. Also includes benefits and pension program.

Please send your résumé to:
Jascha.Jacques@cbsa-asfc.gc.ca
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