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BluMetric is an environmental company with a conscience and a proven track record. We are growing and with that comes opportunity for bright, passionate, hard-working, highly qualified and talented individuals. Our primary workforce includes scientists, engineers, industrial hygienists, environmental auditors, project and production managers, financial and management systems specialists and support personnel.

Our experience has shown that innovation starts with an idea, an opportunity and a receptive platform. Whether you are a prospective board member, an executive, an aspiring manager or a summer student/intern, we would like to give you that opportunity and hear your ideas.

BluMetric is committed to providing accessible employment practices that are in compliance with the Accessibility for Ontarian with Disabilities Act (AODA). Accommodations due to a disability are available upon request.

BluMetric is an equal opportunity employer and we thank all applicants for their interest, however only those selected for further consideration will be contacted. All applicants must be legally entitled to work in Canada.

We offer competitive compensation and the opportunity to work in a progressive, stimulating environment. If you are up for the challenge, you can reach our HR department at Careers@BluMetric.ca.

Current Job Opportunities

The Opportunity

The Professional Services group of BluMetric Environmental Inc. is looking for an energetic Environmental Engineer to further add to the bench strength in the Ottawa Office.

This role will focus on the environmental engineering aspects of waste management and site assessment and remediation projects. The individual will have practical experience and will take the lead on engineering projects. The successful candidate will delegate and oversee the work of field and/or professional staff and provide mentoring to these individuals. The individual will need strong communication and organizational skills to be involved with many projects simultaneously and identify client and business opportunities. Bilingual (French) would be a significant asset.

Minimum Qualification Requirements

  • Civil, Geological or Environmental Engineering degree with P.Eng. Designation in Ontario.
  • 5 to 10 years environmental engineering experience.
  • Experience in solid waste management engineering including: landfill permitting and approvals, detailed design, closure, operations management, and leachate treatment.
  • Experience in costing waste management options (capital, operating, and legacy).
  • Experience with construction document preparation, specifications, contractor selection, and contractor management.
  • Ability to liaise with engineering design sub-contractors on engineering design and construction projects (review of Structural Designs, Costing, and Construction Site Supervision). Specific to specification design review and assessing project implications.
  • Familiarity with current Ontario environmental regulations and guidelines related to waste management, air, groundwater, surface water, soils, and/or sediment.
  • Familiarity with current safety regulations and best practices. .
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills are required, including the ability to write polished professional technical reports. Bilingual (French) written and verbal skills would be a significant asset.
  • Proven project management skills.
  • Ability and willingness to travel to project sites (northern Canada) and other offices with some overnight travel and flexibility to work outside normal business hours as required.
  • Must hold a valid driver’s license.

Duties & Job Responsibilities

  • Manage and provide technical input of all aspects of the project life-cycle, including but not limited to: identifying clients or business opportunities; define project scope, cost, and schedule for client proposals; planning of work, execution of technical / field programs; design and/or reporting; presentations to client; implementation of recommendations or future needs analysis; and client follow up.
  • Lead Intermediate and Junior professionals on engineering projects.
  • Generate, maintain, and grow client list.
  • Manage projects in accordance with BluMetric Quality Management System (QMS).

The Opportunity

BluMetric Environmental Inc. is looking for an enthusiastic, detail-oriented, and reliable intermediate hydrogeologist to join the geosciences team at our Ottawa office location. The successful candidate will have excellent interpersonal and technical skills, knowledge of regulations, and writing abilities. We are looking for a motivated, team-oriented individual who fits our corporate culture, has a great attitude and is a problem solver. This is a leadership track position with significant opportunities for advancement within the company. Bilingualism (English and French) is considered a significant asset.

Job Responsibilities:
Include, but are not limited to:

  • Manage small projects to medium sized projects.
  • Supervise and/or implement field programs including soil and groundwater investigation and monitoring.
  • Evaluate and interpret data including geology, hydrogeology, and chemistry.
  • Data management and interpretation.
  • Proposal and report writing.
  • Training and mentoring junior staff.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • The ideal candidates will have their B.Sc. in Earth Sciences with a preference for an M.Sc. in hydrogeology
  • Candidates must be (or be eligible to be) registered as P.Geo. in Ontario.
  • A minimum of 5 years of consulting hydrogeology experience supporting engineering and environmental geosciences projects for industrial, private, and government clients.
  • Solid understanding of geology, physical (water supply, dewatering, etc) and chemical hydrogeology including contaminated site investigations, delineation and remediation.
  • Experience performing groundwater, surface water and soil monitoring and sampling, borehole drilling and monitoring well installation, logging of field samples, and the preparation of borehole logs.
  • Experience in Environmental Site Assessments (Phase I, II) and Risk Assessment.
  • Understanding of solid waste management site assessments and site design.
  • Experience with all aspects of project management.
  • Knowledge of Ontario and Canadian environmental guidelines and regulations.
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills are required. The ability to write professional reports is paramount.
  • Ability and willingness to travel to project sites (northern Canada) and other offices with some overnight travel and flexibility to work outside normal business hours as required.
  • A valid driver’s license.

The Opportunity

BluMetric delivers sustainable solutions to complex environmental issues. BluMetric is searching for enthusiastic team players to complement existing staff in our Sudbury office. You will be exposed to a variety of activities that may include environmental site assessment, characterization and remediation primarily within the mining sector. The majority of our work opportunities are within the local Sudbury area and increasingly in northern Canada.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Set up equipment or stations to monitor and collect data
  • Collecting water quality samples from groundwater monitoring wells and surface water locations
  • Groundwater and surface water monitoring for diverse projects
  • Geological and geotechnical drilling supervision and logging as well as monitoring well construction in accordance to Provincial Regulations
  • Collect of soil samples for soil characterisations with respect to drilling and test pitting programs and various other field investigations
  • Assist to further develop QA/QC procedures and company standard operating procedures (SOP)
  • Prepare, implement and supervise various types of aquifer tests
  • Comprehensive documentation of field related activities
  • Prepare and maintain necessary reports and records as required
  • Meet with clients and other stakeholders on site
  • Communicate with site contacts and ensure proper documentation/procedure/safety protocol when working on client property
  • Abiding by site and governmental safety rules and best practises
  • As an intermediate technician you will often be positioned in a supervisory role, working with contract staff members and will be responsible for ensuring compliance with staff on work sites
  • Daily supervision of a junior level staff member who you will be responsible for in regards to safety, learning and development
  • Conduct equipment maintenance and calibration
  • Assist with data entry, compilation, processing and management using Microsoft Word and Excel and/or other specialised programs
  • Perform other duties as required

Educational Requirements:

  • Post-secondary training, diploma or degree related to environmental sciences, earth sciences, biology or equivalent.
  • C.E.T. or Well Technician licenses an asset (or similar experience and/or training leading certification)

Experience Requirements:

  • Minimum 4 to 5 years of experience working within the environmental industry.
  • A minimum of one year of experience in supervision of field programs.
  • Relevant experience conducting groundwater and surface water sampling.
  • Relevant experience an asset in conducting aquifer testing including slug and bail tests, constant head tests and large scale pumping tests.
  • Experience working on construction, industrial and mine sites.
  • Drilling supervision and permitting protocol, as well as fundamental knowledge and experience in geological, structural and geotechnical borehole logging.
  • Construction, maintenance and decommissioning of monitoring wells and surface water stations.
  • Ability to prepare structural and geological cross sections an asset.
  • Experience is an asset in programming, installing and operating down-well logging instrumentation to conduct aquifer tests.
  • Familiarity with the operation of weather and surface water stations.
  • Ability to use RTK technology surveying equipment is considered an asset.
  • Supervising construction activities including road construction, water diversion structures or drill pad building is considered an asset.

Core Competencies:

  • Good working knowledge and use of hand tools.
  • Experience working outdoors and interpreting/referencing maps and technical plans.
  • Basic understanding of survey techniques and remote sensing is beneficial.
  • Highly motivated and capable of working effectively from remote locations
  • Detail oriented
  • Ability to work under physically demanding, frequently adverse weather conditions on mine sites and occasionally in remote sites
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite.
  • Good communication skills and ability to retain detailed instruction.
  • Positive attitude and strong team player
  • Class “G” driver’s license with acceptable drivers abstract.
  • Valid First Aid and Norcat Training is an asset.

The Opportunity

BLUMETRIC is looking for an enthusiastic, detail-oriented, and reliable Engineer or Hydrogeologist to work in our Sudbury office. The successful candidate will have excellent interpersonal and technical skills; knowledge of hydrogeological concepts including groundwater flow and contaminant transport analysis, conceptual groundwater model development, groundwater-surface-water interaction, and aquifer test implementation and analysis; experience with drilling supervision, monitoring well installation and development, and groundwater and surface-water sampling; understanding of groundwater remedial methods for metal-impacted groundwater; and technical writing abilities. They will be expected to perform a number of tasks that may include the supervision or execution of site characterization programs, hydrogeological analysis, conceptual remedial option development and analysis, technical report preparation, and data analysis and management using MS Excel and Access.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Work as part of an interdisciplinary project team in both the field and office setting to meet project objectives.
  • Supervision of or implementation of field programs including borehole and monitoring well drilling, soil, surface water and groundwater monitoring, and aquifer testing.
  • Ability to recognise and identify job hazards and work within strict health and safety protocols.
  • Data management and interpretation.
  • Hydrogeological analysis including conceptual groundwater model development and aquifer test analysis.
  • Groundwater remedial option development and analysis.
  • Technical report writing.

Qualifications:

  • The ideal candidate will have a B.Sc. in Earth Sciences/Environmental Sciences or a B.A.Sc. or B.Eng. in civil or environmental engineering and be eligible for future P.Geo. or P.Eng. accreditation.
  • Experience in the characterisation of soils, surface water and groundwater.
  • 4 to 6 years of relevant experience to support engineering and environmental geosciences projects for industrial, private, and government clients, preferably consulting.
  • Knowledge of geology, physical and chemical hydrogeology including contaminated site investigations, delineation and remediation.
  • Experience should include surface-water and groundwater monitoring and sampling procedures, borehole drilling and monitoring well installation, logging of field samples, the preparation of borehole logs, and conducting and analysing slug and bail tests, and pumping tests.
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills are required. The ability to write professional technical reports is paramount.
  • Experience working at mining and mining-related facilities considered an asset.
  • A valid driver’s license.
  • Ability to travel locally and domestically.
  • Ability to work independently both in the office and in the field.
  • Positive attitude, teamwork and ability to problem-solve is essential

The Opportunity

The Account Receivable (AR) Billing Coordinator is directly responsible for handling the calculation, preparation and issuance of bills, invoices and account statements. This includes maintaining ledgers, credit balances, resolving account irregularities and a high volume of data entry. This position involves diplomatic interaction with customers to provide billing support in order to facilitate swift payment of invoices.

Job Responsibilities:
Include, but are not limited to:

  • Serve as a primary customer contact for AR billings.
  • Responsible for accurate and timely preparation of billing invoices, account statements and other financial related statements for customers.
  • Respond to customer inquiries, maintain and build good customer relations.
  • Perform related administrative duties, such as word processing, maintaining filing and record systems, faxing and photocopying.
  • Perform billing collection and follow-up activities.
  • Recommend payment arrangements for unpaid customer balances.
  • Work closely with other Finance Division members to maintain the integrity of all financial operations.
  • Receive and fill out receipts for third party payments, whether by cash, check, credit, and other forms of payment.
  • Post and reconcile customer payments to accounting ledgers.
  • Review all credit balances, refunds, and adjustments, and apply adjustments or corrections to corporate billing records.
  • Investigate and resolve billing discrepancies or misapplied cash transactions.
  • Make arrangements for payment of outstanding and late accounts; escalate transfer to Delinquent Accounts or outside collection agency as necessary.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Community college diploma in Accounting, Finance, or Business Administration preferred.
  • 2+ years of AR, billing, finance, or other related experience.
  • Excellent knowledge of billing procedures.
  • Must possess solid knowledge of bookkeeping procedures and accounting practices, as well as their application to a system of general accounts.
  • Strong background in working with Great Plains 2015.
  • Solid working knowledge of billing requirements related to HST and PST considered an asset.
  • A customer focus and ability to problem solve to address customer needs.
  • Advanced working knowledge of Microsoft Office software suites, including Word, Excel and PowerPoint as well as Outlook.
  • Excellent time management and prioritization skills.
  • Effective verbal and written communication skills. Ability to work in French considered an asset.
  • Effective attention to detail and a high degree of accuracy.
  • High level of integrity, confidentially, and accountability.
  • Ability to adapt to and learn new software.
  • Able to work efficiently as part of a team as well as independently.

The Opportunity

The Project Assistant assists project managers with environmental project administration, environmental data management and environmental project coordination. Some of the main functions include helping BluMetric maintain compliance with client and project requirements, government regulations, and interacting with a variety of laboratories and professionals. They also maintain a large environmental water quality database used for multiple projects.

Job Responsibilities:
Include, but are not limited to:

  • Preparation of monthly and quarterly project reports
  • Assist project manager in all administration functions and processes
  • Prepare, organize, and distribute all necessary project materials
  • Review and track project expenses (i.e., invoices)
  • Assist billing with invoice preparation
  • Groundwater, soil, and surface-water data quality management and assessment, including selection and application of appropriate regulatory standards and guidelines
  • Data table generation
  • Liaise with lab(s) on coordinating schedules and documenting results
  • Records review, gap analysis, sampling plan design and implementation, and data management
  • File preparation for end-users
  • Perform clerical support function and data entry
  • Assist multiple project managers
  • Perform other duties as required

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Post-secondary training or college diploma related to environmental sciences, earth sciences, business or equivalent
  • Minimum 4 to 7 years of experience working within the environmental industry
  • Minimum 4 to 7 years working in an administration role
  • A minimum of one year of experience in coordinating of field programs
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite
  • Ability to manage time and juggle multiple tasks/projects
  • Previous experience with laboratory data management, and groundwater, soil and surface-water sampling
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Able to work effectively under pressure
  • Good communication skills and ability to retain detailed instruction
  • Class “G” driver’s license with acceptable drivers abstract

The Opportunity

Blumetric is looking for a full time Water / Wastewater Field Service Technician responsible for the installation and commissioning of water and wastewater treatment systems and maintenance and repair of all ancillary equipment used in the operation of water and wastewater treatment plants. Trouble shooting and adjusting the Water/Wastewater Treatment processes as required. The Instrumentation/ PLC Technician will be responsible for programming controls within our production facility as well as in the field so all systems function as per engineering and customer requirements.

Job Responsibilities:
Include, but are not limited to:

  • Maintain, install, repair, setup of process control equipment (I.E. controllers, transmitters, final control elements);
  • Maintain, repair and calibrate instrument equipment;
  • Maintains proficiency in prescribed TSSA, ESA safety procedures, codes and standards;
  • Perform special investigation and experimental work as required;
  • Application and setup of VFD and multi axis servo control systems
  • Interpret electrical schematics and process flow drawings involving blueprints, PLC or DCS systems;
  • Diagnose complex process problems, determines best resolve and execute safe repair;
  • Develop, provide and ensure complete and proper safety clearances and procedures as required;
  • Prepare detailed daily activity log, updates drawings and calibration sheets when required;
  • Detailed teardown and repair of control valves, actuators and positioners. Reassembles, tunes and setup associated hardware;
  • Perform simple layouts and fabrications to install or upgrade instrument hardware;
  • Respond to service calls on all water and wastewater systems, repair, replace or adjust components where needed;
  • Work with Production, Testing, Purchasing and Field Start-up to resolve questions/issues that arise
  • Site work travel required for commissioning and troubleshooting

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • College Diploma in Electrical/ generator/PLC Instrumentation or equivalent in experience
  • Program Allen-Bradley, Omron and Siemens PLC's and HMI’s
  • Two years of experience (minimum) in a process dependent industry, preferably in a water or wastewater treatment plant.
  • A valid Ontario unrestricted G class driver’s license (or provincial equivalent) with no more than 6 demerit points accumulated and have own transportation.
  • Must have a valid Passport and the ability to travel internationally.
  • Minimum Reliability Status security clearance or ability to get.

Mechanical and Electrical Experience:
Candidate must have knowledge and experience in the maintenance of the following mechanical/electrical and process related equipment.

  • Pumps
  • Motors
  • Gear motors and speed reducers
  • Electrical control Panels
  • Industrial Wiring Protocol
  • Programmable logic controllers and software
  • Maintenance and operation experience related to water and waste water treatment equipment. (Hands on experience is an asset)
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