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Environmental Specialist - Environmental assessment of sites - Petroleum product
Job Summary :
The environmental specialist has the mandate to provide his/her technical expertise during environmental site assessments phase I, II and III and to ensure the good management of petroleum product equipment (tanks, generators, oil water separators, hydraulic hoists, etc.) in compliance with applicable standards, policies, corporate guidelines and procedures within Bell business units operations across Canada and US states where Bell operates. This governance role involves continuous improvement of management Programs, identification of gaps and non-compliances and the implementation of corrective measures. The specialist will participate to the corporate environmental action plan, maintain updated databases, produce reports, interact with governmental authorities and insurers.
• University degree in engineering, geology or environmental science or technology degree combined with an environmental science degree;
• Relevant professional experience 3 to 5 years in the area of contaminated site investigation and
• Good knowledge in matters related to petroleum equipment management;
• Knowledge of regulatory requirements and the government guidelines and protocols in environment,
contaminated sites, tank management;
• Bilingual (French-English)
• Excellent verbal and written communication.
• Basic knowledge of business management system
• Excellent ability to work in teams
• Good knowledge of computer network PC: Windows, email, word processing (Word), spreadsheet (Excel), database (Access), and Internet browser
Main tasks :
1)The environmental specialist manages the site assessment program and is involved in :
•Properties transactions to
• Identification of properties at risk
• Review of consultants' quotations
• Review of ESA reports, provide recommendations and interact with consulting firms
• Evaluation the environmental liabilities associated to transactions
•Contaminated sites/ sudden spills
• Follows-up on site investigation and remediation
• Reporting on contaminated sites
• Interaction with governmental authorities
2) The environmental specialist manages the program on petroleum product equipment (tanks,
generators, hydraulic hoist, oil/water separator)
•Governance role to ensure that:
• Petroleum equipment management processes are in place to comply with applicable regulations and
Bell's standards in all territories where Bell has activities..
• Petroleum equipment inspection is performed by the business units and subsidiaries in all provinces,
territories, US states
• Petroleum equipment are listed, inspected, registered, upgraded or replaced as required, to ensure
compliance to applicable federal, provincial, territorial and US laws and regulations
• Petroleum equipment procedures, specifications are updated following operational changes and
• New acquired companies are aligned with Bell's petroleum equipment management
• Insurance related information is provided to insurers on due time
Non conformities or incidents associated with petroleum equipment are corrected and documented
The Environmental specialist interacts with the various provincial authorities as the representative of Bell on governmental inspections, management program, variance requests and is the contact person for insurers.
3) The environmental specialist assumes the role of specialist in duty to respond to incidents: 7/7;
24/24 on a rotational basis.