Established in 1999, Ghostpine Environmental Services Ltd. is a western Canadian environmental consulting firm, providing a full range of environmental services to meet the diverse needs of projects. Ghostpine’s environmental planning and biophysical assessment teams work in multiple sectors including oil and gas production and transportation, power, utilities and telecommunications, infrastructure and land development. Our staff reflects the broad spectrum of technical and scientific disciplines that provide our clients with a responsive team of professionals, capable of resolving any environmental need.
Ghostpine Environmental Services Ltd. is currently seeking Environmental Inspectors within Alberta and BC. Duties include environmental inspection/monitoring on small and/or large diameter pipeline projects, provincial and/ or NEB regulated, client/government liaison and QA/QC reporting. A degree/diploma in the natural sciences, as well as a sound knowledge of pipeline construction practices (i.e., soil handling methods, watercourse crossings, reclamation, etc.) is required. The successful candidate will be familiar with all pertinent provincial environmental acts and regulations in Alberta, British Columbia and Saskatchewan as well as applicable federal legislation (i.e., Fisheries Act, Navigable Waters Protection Act, Canadian Environmental Assessment Act). Experience in both federally and provincially regulated projects is a definite asset. All appropriate safety tickets are required.
- Standard First Aid
- Ground Disturbance
Safety Tickets (Optional):
- CSTS/PST (Construction Safety Training System, Petroleum Safety Training)
Ghostpine Environmental Services Ltd. (Ghostpine) is an independent, Canadian owned, full-service environmental planning and risk management consulting firm. Based out of Calgary, Alberta, Medicine Hat, Alberta, and Fort St. John, British Columbia, we offer clients the depth of experience necessary to provide timely, reliable, cost effective and balanced environmental solutions for all phases of industrial development projects. Ghostpine’s 50 plus fulltime staff provide a multitude of environmental planning and assessment services throughout western Canada.
Ghostpine’s role is to determine environmental issues from the initial planning stages through the construction, operation, abandonment, decommissioning, remediation, reclamation, and post-reclamation stages. We also offer environmental audits at any point during and after the asset’s economic life.
Ghostpine has a highly qualified and well respected team of Environmental Planners, Ecologists, Terrestrial and Aquatic Biologists, Soil Scientists, Archaeologists, Reclamation and Remediation Specialists, and Geographic Information System (GIS) Specialists, who work in close collaboration with each other to provide integrated solutions to environmental issues. We consult with all key players to help our clients make informed decisions and to see all environmental issues are identified and addressed early in the project planning stages.
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