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Advisor, Corporate Environment, 6-month term position

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    Posted: 12/04/17
    Job Type: Full Time
    Location: Ottawa

    Reporting to the Manager, Corporate Environment, the Advisor, Corporate Environment is responsible for providing comprehensive environmental guidance and provides technical support to our stakeholders.  The Advisor will ensure  the professional and quality delivery of environmental services such as: legislative compliance support; Environmental Management System (EMS) maintenance, assisting with capital environmental project planning and monitoring; site wide stack testing and environmental monitoring projects; inspection and auditing; record-keeping and reporting (internally and externally); performance tracking and reporting; development and delivery of training; and incident investigation and tracking. The Advisor also works closely with the entire CHSE team in both plants in the development and delivery of health, safety and environmental programs and professional services.


    • Develops and implements programs, procedures and guidelines for RCM staff to ensure environmental aspects are effectively monitored, managed and compliant with federal environmental legislation/regulations;
    • Communicates changes regarding programs, procedures and guidelines by developing strategies using a variety of communication methods;
    • Provides technical expertise to operations by conducting research and sampling programs, verifying quality of data, analyzing results, and providing recommendations to internal stakeholders;
    • Trains employees across all levels of the organization to limit environmental liability by: analyzing job and training needs, designing the training programs, developing training materials, implementing the training and evaluating the effectiveness of the training;
    • Evaluates new and existing processes, equipment, chemicals and large projects using various review forms, tools and environmental audits to determine applicable environmental legislation and identify opportunities to improve environmental aspects and impacts of the project such as water, electricity and chemical use;
    • Manages site specific emergency response in regards to environmental incidents including breaches of containment, spills and releases;
    • Facilitates the clean-up, containment and remediation associated with the environmental incidents;
    • Actively involved in incident investigations.


    • University degree or certificate in Engineering or Science discipline, and/or a combination of education and relevant work experience;
    • Minimum of 5 years related business experience
    • Bilingual (English and French);
    • Ability to maintain a high level of confidentiality due to the sensitive information regarding incident investigations;
    • General knowledge of municipal, provincial and federal environmental legislation;
    • Experience with the development and delivery of programs, procedures and policies;
    • Able to communicate effectively with employees at all levels of an organization, and demonstrate a customer focused attitude;
    • Demonstrated creativity/ innovative thinking;
    • Ability to make sound decisions based on professional judgment in a complex work environment;
    • Skilled in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and ability to learn various software applications for the management of environmental related data and information;
    • Knowledge of ISO14001 standard and auditing/inspection processes.


    If you qualify for the mandatory requirements, and if the above describes your abilities and interests, please forward your resumé and cover letter in confidence to:
    Royal Canadian Mint, Human Resources,
    520 Lagimodière Blvd.
    Winnipeg, MB R2J 3E7
    Fax: 204-255-5203

    While we appreciate all applications, only those selected for interview will be contacted.

    The Royal Canadian Mint promotes equity in employment: As an equal opportunity employer, we welcome applications from women, aboriginal peoples, persons with disabilities and members of visible minorities.

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