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CONSULTANT, AGROENVIRONMENT

Status: Full time, permanent        

Location: Charlevoix

JOIN MORE PEOPLE. OPEN UP MORE HORIZONS.

Join Avantis Coopérative , a large working family of 1,200 passionate employees! Present in
the Chaudière-Appalaches, Capitale-Nationale, Bas-Saint-Laurent, Mauricie, Laurentides, Côte-Nord and New Brunswick regions, Avantis opens up lots of horizons. With a turnover of nearly $ 500 million and more than 110 places of business operated under the banners BMR, New Holland, Sollio Agriculture and Sonic, Avantis Coopérative is a safe bet to take advantage of excellent conditions of employment and opportunities for growth within the same company.

A CHALLENGE TAILORED TO YOU

Under the supervision of the Plant and Agri-environment Director, your mandate consists of:

  • Carry out agro-environmental fertilization plans (PAEF);
  • Participate in the development and implementation of related activities (precision farming, Smart Farm platform, screening, MRF, etc.);
  • Promote the services of the agroenvironment team and provide technical monitoring to agricultural producers (quarries and sand pits, heaps in the field, characterization of manure, etc.);
  • Advise producers on good practices to adopt, raise awareness of the environmental impacts of their activities and support them in an approach to sustainable and environmentally responsible agriculture;
  • Assist and support producers in the realization of their projects (request for AC, declaration of conformity, PAA, etc.);
  • Collaborate and support the plant and animal production advisers of the cooperative in order to achieve the team objectives set;
  • Optimizing the environmental service and commercial sectors market share and identifying business opportunities;
  • Analyze environmental laws and regulations and popularize them with the various partners (colleagues, producers, etc.);

REQUIRED PROFILE 

You are a member of the Order of Agronomists of Quebec (OAQ) or of the Order of Professional Technologists of Quebec (OTPQ) (technologists will be under the supervision of an agronomist if necessary). You hold a valid class 5 driver’s license because the position requires travel within the identified territory. We recognize you for your good sense of organization, record keeping, rigorous monitoring of the rules of the art as well as for your autonomy. Your business sense is developed and you have a good knowledge of the agricultural cooperative. In addition, you have an interest in field crops and market gardening. You demonstrate interpersonal skills and you distinguish yourself by your client approach and your teamwork skills. You have a good command of the MS Office suite as well as certain fertilization software. Experience of at least 2 years in the field of agri-environment could be an asset.

TAKE ACTION

Is the job for you? So go for it! Apply now!

Mention the offer number: AG-2020-11.

Send us your curriculum vitae at: carrieres@avantis.coop

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ACCOUNT MANAGER – AGRICULTURAL MARKET

o Reference: R2005875
Position Type: Temporary
Duration:
 1 year (until 11 June 2021, with possibility of permanence)
Location: Sherbrooke
Date display end: 2020-06-03

DESCRIPTION

Desjardins Group is the largest cooperative financial group in Canada and one of the main employers in the country. It offers the full range of financial products and services and brings together expertise in wealth management, personal and damage insurance, service to companies of all sizes, securities, asset management, venture capital as well as secure, state-of-the-art virtual access modes.

Employment level

The incumbent is responsible for prospecting, soliciting, developing and maintaining the business relationship with a clientele composed mainly of very small organizations working in the agricultural market, in order to promote and sell the products and services offered with a view to growing business at the Desjardins Business center. Drawing on its technical knowledge of the business field as well as on the processes, standards and directives in force, it represents, negotiates and engages the company within the framework of agreements having limited impacts for the Desjardins Business center. . It also ensures consistency and balance between sales objectives, sound and prudent risk management,

Desjardins Entreprises – Estrie brings together business services from 8 caisses populaires in Estrie. It employs 86 resources, divided between 2 service centers (Sherbrooke and Granit), which provide service to more than 17,500 active members, for a business volume of $ 5.3 billion, $ 1.8 billion in the commercial / industrial sector, $ 763 million in the residential mortgage sector and $ 633 million in the agricultural sector. The environment offers good development potential and is characterized by a competitive environment.

MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Solicit, develop and maintain a personalized business relationship with current or potential customers in order to promote and sell the products and services offered by Desjardins.
  • Act as account manager, that is to say, be the privileged link between the Desjardins Business center and members and customers. Ensure proper use, updating and satisfaction with the products and services offered. Analyze the sources of dissatisfaction and recommend possible solutions.
  • Identify and analyze the needs of members and customers, develop a suitable solution and prepare an integrated service offer. Negotiate applicable conditions with members and clients.
  • Recommend strategies or solutions aimed at achieving the objectives targeted by the Desjardins Business center, such as increasing business volume, sound risk management, portfolio profitability and improving business relationships.
  • Monitor to identify business development opportunities to support the competitiveness of the products and services offered.
  • Carry out various promotional activities related to the activities of the Desjardins Business center. Participate in targeted public relations activities and ensure a presence in the business community.
  • Listening to the needs of members and customers in order to ensure their complete satisfaction, to seize business opportunities and, if necessary, refer them to people able to meet their expectations.
  • Respect the policies, practices and standards in force as well as the various laws governing the distribution of financial products and services.
  • Ensure sound and prudent risk management for the entire portfolio under his responsibility.

REQUIRED PROFILE

  • Bachelor of Agronomy or Agroeconomics or equivalent
  • Be a member of the Ordre des agronomes du Québec
  • A minimum of one year of relevant experience in financial advice to agricultural businesses
  • Please note that other combinations of relevant training and experience may be considered.
  • For vacant positions available in Quebec, please note that knowledge of French is required

Specific knowledge

  • Knowledge of financial, economic, political and legislative news
  • Knowledge of market analysis and external environment of the Desjardins Business center
  • Knowledge of financial analysis
  • Knowledge of the characteristics and credit risks specific to the sectors of activity of the large agricultural and para-agricultural market
  • Knowledge of loan and guarantee contracts
  • Knowledge of all the products and services intended for businesses and those offered by the caisses, the components, as well as the distribution networks of Desjardins and those of the competition
  • Knowledge of corporate finance and credit management standards and practices
  • Knowledge of policies, legislation and standards relating to products and services offered by the Desjardins Business center
  • Knowledge of lending, monitoring, recovery and recovery practices in business credit
  • Knowledge of Desjardins business processes
  • Knowledge of SEO processes
  • Knowledge of government business assistance programs
  • Knowledge of networking
  • Sales skills
  • Knowledge of service standards
  • Knowledge of the values, rules and mode of operation of a cooperative and a cooperative network
  • Have a sense of sale
  • Knowledge of networking
  • Intermediate knowledge of English (an asset)

Desjardins transversal skills

  • Cooperate, be customer-oriented, be action-oriented, stimulate innovation

Key skills for the desired profile

  • Communicate effectively, master interpersonal relationships, aim for results

Special conditions

Temporary position 1 year. Expected end date: June 11, 2021, with possibility of permanence

SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION

Please apply online before June 3 : https://rita.illicohodes.com/go/5ec531223e79c9c9bdcd9d81/51fc022158b70066fae49ed3/fr

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AGRI-ENVIRONMENT INSPECTOR – REALIZATION OF PAEF AND PAER

Under the responsibility of the Professional Inspection Committee (CIP), you will have to carry out inspections as part of the Order’s general surveillance program, in order to verify the competence of the agronomists working in the implementation of PAEF and PAER.

MAIN FUNCTIONS

  1. Plan, organize and conduct professional inspection interviews as part of the Order’s general monitoring program.
  2. Check the PAEF and PAER files.
  3. Produce the reports required by the inspection process.
  4. Participate in meetings requested by the CIP.
  5. Conduct specific inspections as required.
  6. Act as a witness during hearings.

Member of the Ordre des agronomes du Québec for at least 10 years, you have already been subjected to the professional inspection process and obtained a favorable report. You have never been the subject of a disciplinary or penal sanction. Familiar with the Agronomists Act and the regulations that govern the profession, you also have a good knowledge of the Quebec agrifood context. In addition, you have in-depth experience and knowledge in plant production management, in the realization of PAEF and PAER.

In addition, you have a perfect command of oral and written communication.

You are particularly distinguished by your integrity, discretion, capacity for analysis, evaluation and synthesis. You find it easy to establish good interpersonal relationships, both through your listening and popularization skills. You have good planning and work organization skills. You have a vehicle and are flexible for trips across Quebec.

Starting date: October 2020

Duration of employment:   Renewable annual contract

Place of work: At home, with travel paid for by the Order according to the policy in force

Remuneration: On a flat-rate basis, per inspection visit carried out

The plant production inspector post requires availability of approximately 10 days, mainly between October and the end of February.

SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION

If you are interested in taking up this challenge, we invite you to send your curriculum vitae as well as a one-page text explaining your motivation for such a position no later than May 31, 2020 , by mail or by email to:

Ordre des agronomes du Québec
Selection committee – Professional inspection
1200, av. Papineau, office 450, Montreal (Quebec) H2K 4R5
Email: agronome@oaq.qc.ca

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PLANT PRODUCTION AND PHYTOPROTECTION INSPECTOR

Under the responsibility of the Order’s management and the Professional Inspection Committee (CIP), you will have to carry out inspections as part of the Order’s general monitoring program, in order to verify the competence of agronomists working in crop production and phytoprotection

MAIN FUNCTIONS

 Plan, organize and conduct professional inspection interviews as part of the Order’s general monitoring program:

  1. To audit records in crop production, including crop protection plans, requirements, etc .
  2. Produce the reports required by the inspection process.
  3. Participate in meetings requested by the CIP.
  4. Conduct specific inspections as required.
  5. Act as a witness during hearings.

Member of the Ordre des agronomes du Québec for at least 10 years. You have never been the subject of a disciplinary or penal sanction. Familiar with the Agronomists Act and the regulations that govern the profession, you also have a good knowledge of the Quebec agrifood context. In addition, you have in-depth experience and knowledge in plant production management and phytoprotection.

In addition, you have a perfect command of oral and written communication.

You are particularly distinguished by your integrity, discretion, capacity for analysis, evaluation and synthesis. You find it easy to establish good interpersonal relationships, both through your listening and popularization skills. You have good planning and work organization skills. You have a vehicle and are flexible for trips across Quebec.

Starting date: October 2020

Duration of employment: Renewable annual contract

Place of work:   At home, with travel paid for by the Order according to the policy in force

Remuneration:   On a flat-rate basis, per inspection visit carried out

The position of inspector for plant production and phytoprotection requires availability of around 15 to 25 days, mainly between October and the end of February.

SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION

If you are interested in taking up this challenge, we invite you to send your curriculum vitae as well as a one-page text explaining your motivation for the position no later than May 31, 2020 by mail or email to :

Ordre des agronomes du Québec
Selection committee – Professional inspection
1200, av. Papineau, office 450, Montreal (Quebec) H2K 4R5
Email  : agronome@oaq.qc.ca

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RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR (AGROLOGIST)

URGENT – Permanent executive position located in Montreal 

You are passionate about the market garden and its challenges!

You like to design, analyze and carry out projects!

You have at heart the economic viability of market gardening businesses in Quebec!

DESCRIPTION

Our client, the Quebec Producers’ Association (APMQ), is looking for an agronomist with solid experience in agroeconomics to occupy the position of director of research and development.

Under the supervision of the Director General of the Association, the incumbent plans activities related to business risk management, the analysis of competitive factors, the development of market information tools and the various business environment analyzes. It contributes to the identification of issues, the determination of priorities and the coordination of activities relating to agricultural programs and policies, research and development as well as the development of tools for profitable and sustainable development of production.

He manages the human and financial resources designated to him. He advises management and the various bodies and acts as secretary to committees where he is responsible for preparing reports, coordinating and monitoring decisions. He writes various analysis documents allowing the decision-making of the different bodies and expressing the positions of the member producers. He participates in the organization’s representation activities with partners in the sector, both at the Quebec and Canadian level. He is called upon to popularize and present the various economic and political analyzes drawn up by his management.

QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED

  • University training in agroeconomics and / or agronomy, but with relevant experience in both economics and agronomy.
  • Member of the Ordre des agronomes du Québec
  • Strong field experience with agricultural producers in management advice related to cultivation, production, optimization, financial health, marketing, research and development, etc.
  • Experience in project and people management (employees and volunteers)
  • Experience in the simultaneous management of a multitude of files such as economic, environmental, traceability, quality, R&D, etc.
  • Knowledge of agricultural production and the economy of the agricultural, agrifood, agri-environment industry as well as of the relevant legislation or regulations
  • Sense of organization, planning and management of priorities or emergencies
  • Ability to deal with multiple stakeholders and developed political sense: member of the Board, ministers, officials, agricultural producers and professionals
  • Excellent writing and communication skills
  • Fluency in written, read, spoken French and good knowledge of written, read, spoken English
  • Extension, analysis and synthesis capacity
  • Autonomy, flexibility, team spirit and support for members
  • Developed network of contacts relevant to the environment (desirable)
  • Proven fluency with IT and the Office suite

Permanent position in Montreal, stimulating work environment, dynamic team with a human dimension and competitive salary. Free parking, near major highways. Availability required for participation in conventions or special committees, sometimes outside the Montreal or Quebec region.

SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION

Send your curriculum vitae, confidentially, as quickly as possible by email, to the following address:

France Delisle CHRP
EQUATION HR – Office of Human Resources Management Consulting
Email: affichagesequation@videotron.ca
Tel: 514 894-2415

 

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ATTENTION AGROLOGISTS!

HERE, your efficiency will be put to use!

Among the unique services, we have developed a web application allowing the monitoring of farms with dashboards by field which facilitates good decision-making by producers and their advisers. This project is constantly evolving and you will be called upon to ensure its proper functioning and adoption by the producers. We have also developed a unique service of satellite maps supplied to producers about once a week and you will be responsible for providing this service. Our services also require constant data collection in the field. The farms monitored are mainly located in Center-du-Québec. You may have to travel occasionally in the regions of Joliette, Shawinigan, Lac St-Jean and New Brunswick.

Among the other mandates, you will participate in the implementation of research projects, in data collection and possibly in the analysis and writing of reports. You will also have to analyze Big Data type datasets , produce graphs to write reports related to production, quality, sustainable development practices, etc. During the harvest period, you will be called upon to supervise several operations such as the cranberry reception facilities and visit the farms to coordinate the harvests.

Your Challenges:

  • You will have to participate in the collection of essential data for the good agronomic management of the farms supplying Fruit d’Or
  • You will process, structure and communicate the data collected in a way that is relevant to the producers and management of Fruit d’Or, adding recommendations if necessary.
  • In collaboration with the agronomist responsible for research, you will participate in setting up and carrying out protocols, collecting data for research projects, collaborating in data analysis and writing reports.
  • You will produce databases used for Big Data type analyzes, analyze the data and produce comparative reports between producers
  • You will be responsible for the satellite imagery service
  • You will have to communicate with producers on various subjects of interest via emails and a private Facebook group
  • You will have to present certain works before public
  • You will contribute to the sustainable development program of the company and suppliers
  • You will actively participate in the good progress of the harvests

You Stand Out Because:

  • You are a member of the Ordre des agronomes du Québec
  • You have a scientific rigor and you are meticulous
  • You learn quickly and you are independent
  • You have computer skills and interest (need to use GIS type software, training offered)
  • You have a valid car and driver’s license and you like to drive on country roads
  • You are a good communicator

Submit your Application

Come, HERE, where being true will bear fruit!

To apply, send your resume via our website – Careers section: hereandrevrai.ca

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                   Ontario – TBA

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       Manitobaclick here for full listings

Special Credit Account Manager

Special Credit Account Manager, Farm Credit Canada
Permanent
English
Applications close: May 22, 2020

Strategic account resolution rewarded:

Join a team of highly skilled and focused credit professionals and work with agriculture producers to stabilize their accounts.

What you’ll do

  • Engage with customers to acquire an in-depth understanding of their businesses
  • Develop action plans to address financial challenges
  • Initiate and manage recovery actions
  • Provide coaching and training to lending staff

What we’re looking for

  • Experienced credit professional who understands agriculture and financial analysis
  • Problem-solver with solid negotiation skills
  • Proven communicator able to build strong relationships

What you’ll need

  • A degree in agriculture, business or commerce and at least six years of related experience (or equivalent); credit or collection experience is an asset
  • This position requires registration with the Agrologists Institute of Manitoba.

To apply, visit fcc.ca/Careers

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                        Saskatchewanclick here for full listings

AGROLOGIST 

Career Posting

Benefits of working for Ag Grow Consulting:

  • Competitive salary including full benefits package.
  • Full-time access to top of the line equipment – truck, quad, and cell phone.
  • Access to current technology and programs.

Responsibilities of the role:

  • Crop Scouting – crop staging, weed, disease and insect identification.
  • Soil Testing – composite, GPS referenced.
  • Variable Rate Fertility – using EM38, zone soil testing.
  • Provide agronomy ideas contributing to research and innovation.
  • Communicating with the Ag Grow team on a regular basis.
  • Build and maintain relationships with Ag Grow growers through one on one contact and timely communication.
  • Make contact with potential new growers.
  • Assist in planning Ag Grow Research & customer events throughout the year.

Qualifications of an ideal candidate:

  • Applicants must have a University Degree and must be registered or need to become registered with the Saskatchewan Institute of Agrologists as defined by the Agrologists Act.
  • Agronomy experience in field is mandatory to reach the job requirements.
  • Strong self-motivation and attention to detail.
  • Able to build rapport with customers and communicate with team members.
  • Tech savvy

Application Process:

  • Email resume and cover letter to Wade & Kara Annand c/o jill@aggrowconsulting.com.
  • Include references
  • In your resume include a social media handle

Company Info:

Ag Grow Consulting Ltd
Location: Nipawin

Contact:

Kara Annand
Email: jill@aggrowconsulting.com
Website: www.aggrowconsulting.com:

Opening Date: Friday, April 17, 2020
Apply by: Sunday, May 17, 2020

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AGROLOGIST

Career Posting


Farm Service Agronomist – Saskatchewan NorQuin, is a specialty grain and food processing company headquartered in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Canada.

Our story began in 1992, when our founder and a few like minded friends began growing quinoa on the Canadian prairies; a great feat never before accomplished in Canada. Since then NorQuin has developed its own proprietary varieties that grow in the Canadian prairies. We are the largest vertically-integrated producer of quinoa, working with care in the field all the way to your fork. NorQuin is a full stack quinoa company with plant breeding, agronomy, farm services, seed processing, food science and sales. NorQuin distributes its products both domestically and internationally and services customers in the retail, food service and ingredients channels.

Job Details:

  • Contracts acres with growers in order to meet NorQuin’s yearly requirements
  • Support NorQuin seed production partners in Canada and South America for the development of seeding seed
  • Organize seed deliveries from growers to our Melville cleaning facility as per schedule
  • Support as needed NorQuin Agronomy and Plant Breeding research efforts in order to obtain good quality data
  • Provide agronomic support and advice to contracted growers / farm agronomists with, in person visits and by utilizing technology
  • Update best management practices guide for growers and develop videos and training aids for insect and disease scouting
  • Develop biweekly newsletters for growers and farm agronomists
  • Responsible for contributing to customer profitability as well as overall business profitability by providing accurate agronomic information
  • Completing detailed crop plans with growers
  • Scouting fields to assist customers with weed, insect and disease control options
  • Maintain a thorough agronomic and technical knowledge of quinoa varieties
  • Travel across Western Canada and potentially to contra-season seed production in South America as required

Requirements:

  • Post-secondary degree in agriculture and a minimum of 3-5 years of agronomy experience
  • Experience or knowledge in seed production practices would be considered an asset
  • Certified Crop Advisor (CCA) would be considered an asset
  • Applicants must be registered or need to become registered with the Saskatchewan Institute of Agrologists as defined by the Agrologists Act.
  • Experience effectively demonstrating self-motivation, initiative and assertiveness
  • Excellent communication, interpersonal and organizational skills
  • Excellent time management skills and attention to detail
  • Thorough knowledge of crops in the area
  • Willingness to travel and work in a rural environment and internationally as required
  • A valid drivers license

 

COMPANY INFO

NorQuin

CONTACT

Marc
Email: marc@quinoa.com

EFFECTIVE DATES:

Opening Date: Friday, May 01, 2020
Apply by: Saturday, May 30, 2020

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                       British Columbiaclick here for full listings

 

Land and Resource Specialist *Ministry of FLNRO & RD* Surrey

$66,675.12- $83,659.51 annually

This position is located in Surrey but other locations may be considered depending on operational requirements

This position is also posted as a STO-RE 27R Requisition 68900. Note: Registered Professional Biologists should apply through the STO 27 requisition.

The Ministry of Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations and Rural Development (FLNRORD) is responsible for stewardship of the province’s Crown land and natural resources.

The Land and Resource Specialist will work with a diverse project team of multidisciplinary specialists across multiple agencies and is responsible for the management, coordination and delivery of strategic initiatives from initiation through to conclusion. The primary focus of this position is to develop creative management solutions to strategic resource management issues. They will deal with complex natural resource issues involving multiple stakeholders and First Nations. This position bridges environmental, social and economic disciplines of natural resource management to advance policy, ministry priorities and strategies, and operational delivery of stewardship outcomes. This position will be critical to integrating and communicating geospatial information about water, forests and wildlife to support land use planning and shared decision-making.

The ideal candidate is a strategic and innovative thinker who is experienced in collecting and integrating information for targeted purposes. They are knowledgeable about natural resources and their management in BC, with preference for those with knowledge in forest stewardship, watershed management and wildlife management. They are experienced in project management, having demonstrated the implementation of creative solutions to complete complex projects. They are comfortable with geospatial data and software and can collaborate with geospatial analysts and users to develop strategies and tools that support stewardship decisions

Qualifications for this role include:

  • A Bachelor’s Degree in a natural resource management related field (e.g., Forestry, Geography, Biology, Marine Biology, Zoology or Natural Resource Management)
  • 5 or more years’ experience working in a natural resource discipline.
  • Registered, or immediately eligible for registration, as a fully licensed professional with the British Columbia professional association as required by the specialty area (i.e. Association of Forest Professionals, Institute of Agrologists, Association of Professional Engineers & Geoscientists).
  • Recent experience in a multiple stakeholders and partners environment understanding perspectives, conflicts and facilitating / developing solutions.
  • Recent experience in managing projects in which innovative solutions were implemented to solve a unique or complex natural resource management problem.
  • Recent experience related to First Nations consultation, collaboration and relationship building.
  • Valid B.C. Class 5 driver’s licence.

For more information and to apply online by May 22, 2020, please go to: https://bcpublicservice.hua.hrsmart.com/hr/ats/Posting/view/68901

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Registrar *ASTTBC* Vancouver

Posting and Closing Dates
Monday, May 4, 2020 to Thursday, June 4, 2020

The Registrar is a member of the senior leadership team of the Applied Science Technicians and Technologists of BC (ASTTBC), accountable to the Council and reporting to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO). As one of two officers appointed by the ASTTBC Council, the Registrar works closely with the CEO to deliver on ASTTBC’s mandate as a regulator in British Columbia under the Professional Governance Act (2018) and the Applied Science Technicians and Technologists Act (1985).

The Registrar is responsible for establishing registration standards, certification of applicants, maintaining a register, and administering processes to ensure compliance to standards of practice and to the ASTTBC Code of Ethics. The Registrar assists in developing and implementing organizational strategies, policies and procedures for optimal productivity and efficiency.

For comprehensive information about this position and to apply;  please CLICK HERE for the Executive Profile  .pdf document.

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Senior Project Manager *Ministry of FLNRO & RD* Smithers

Date:  Tuesday, May 19, 2020 to Thursday, June 4, 2020

$65,367.78 – $81,773.78 annually (plus $32.89 Bi-weekly Isolation Allowance)

This opportunity is also posted as a Scientific Technical Officer R27 under REQ 69432.

Bring your operational expertise to this unique opportunity

Skeena Region’s Regional Initiatives Division (RID) has an exciting opportunity for a Senior Project Manager. As the Senior Project Manager, you will manage the development, implementation and evaluation of major projects. Projects are taken from original concept through to final completion in accordance with project management standards. At the same time, you will forge strong relationships and work with other ministries, First Nations, and industry to find the balance between economic development and environmental integrity necessary to support the development, approval and implementation of strategic project plans within the natural resource program area.

As the Senior Project Manager, you will work with a diverse team within Skeena Region and across the Province. The “home” team for this position is within the Resource Initiatives Team, which is made up of a merry band of public servants who love to solve complex resource management problems. Our work transcends a wide range of business areas. For example, we work on and support strategic-level initiatives/programs such as land-use planning, cumulative effects assessments, policy analysis, climate change, forestry, planning for fish and wildlife management, monitoring, community and First Nations’ Engagement, and many other interesting disciplines.

Qualifications for this role include:

  • A Bachelor’s Degree in a resource management related field (e.g., Forestry, Geography, or Natural Resource Management) PLUS, 3 or more years’ experience working in a natural resource discipline; OR
  • A Masters’ Degree in a resource management related field PLUS, 2 or more years’ experience working in a natural resource discipline; OR
  • An equivalent combination of related education and experience may be considered.
  • A minimum of 2 years of experience managing multiple projects or leading a component (e.g., sub-project) of a major project or regional initiative.
  • Experience managing project teams.
  • Experience managing relationships with First Nations.
  • Experience managing relationships with senior level stakeholders.
  • Valid B.C. driver’s licence.

Professional Designation:

  • Registered, or immediately* eligible for registration as a fully licensed professional, with a relevant British Columbia Professional  Association (i.e. Association of BC Forest Professionals, BC Institute of Agrologists, Association of Professional Engineers & Geoscientists of BC).
    *Note: Immediately eligible is defined as being registered as a professional in another Canadian jurisdiction or another BC professional association referred to above, and able to transfer that membership to a BC professional association within 6 months of employment. It is the responsibility of the applicant to have their qualifications reviewed by the appropriate body to ensure they have the necessary requirements for registration.
  • Preference may be given to candidates who are certified Project Management Professionals (PMP).

For more information and to apply online by June 4, 2020, please go to: https://bcpublicservice.hua.hrsmart.com/hr/ats/Posting/view/69431