We all need energy. It warms our homes, cooks our food, gives us light, and gets us where we need to go. It also improves our quality of life in countless other ways. At TC Energy, our job is to deliver that energy to millions of people who depend on it across North America. And we take our job very seriously.
Guided by our values of safety, integrity, responsibility and collaboration, we develop and operate our facilities safely, reliably and with care for our impact on the environment. With our presence across the continent, our people play an active role in building strong communities.
We’re proud of how our hard work and commitment sets us apart and benefits society, every day. We’re looking for new team members who share our values and are ready to take on exciting challenges.
Reporting to the Manager of Remediation within TransCanada's Environment, Land and Indigenous Resources Department, the successful applicant will become part of a multi-skilled technical team responsible for the management of environmental liabilities and risks associated with the current and historical operation of TransCanada's assets and proposed acquisitions.
The successful candidate will have the primary responsibility of reviewing site investigation and cleanup reports and using risk-based site management system to calculate risk and to prioritize sites further action.
The ideal candidate for this position will have experience in the chemistry of contaminants, toxicology, site investigation and remediation, and risk assessment.
What you’ll do
- Maintain TransCanada’s risk-based contaminated site adminstrative system
- Lead the annual evaluation of sites’ investigation and remediation work, in order to calculate risk at each site and prioritizing sites for further work
- Quality control and technical support for EQUIS and GIS
- Provide technical advice with respect to chemical behaviour, toxicology and risk assessment to the Remediation team, other environmental practitioners; and other departments as required
- Provide technical support and quality control functions for the implementation of environmental site assessment, remediation, and contaminant management programs, EQUIS and GIS
- Evaluate chemicals for suitability for use and for waste disposal purposes
- Assist developing and maintaining the governance framework for contaminated sites, remediation and acquisition and divestitures
- Help developing detailed Decision Support Packages to obtain funding of project expenditures including detailed scopes and business cases with investment evaluation outputs and alternative solutions
- Liaise with local, provincial and/or federal regulatory authorities regarding ongoing project or program details, as required
- Providing guidance and advice with respect to relevant environmental legislation and corporate policy requirements
- Overseeing and directing external environmental service providers
- Other duties as required
- Bachelor's degree in Chemistry, Toxicology, Engineering, other applicable sciences, or environmental technical diploma with extensive experience
- Eligible for Registration/Certification with an applicable professional regulatory organization (e.g., APEGGA, ASPB, etc.)
- Minimum two or more years’ experience investigating and remediating contaminated sites with applied experience of site specific risk assessment
- Subject matter expert for groundwater and hydrogeology
- Proven expertise in contaminated groundwater management
- Proficiency in EQUIS, GIS systems, and Microsoft applications (Word, Excel, Powerpoint)
- Critical thinking competencies including judgment and analytical thinking ability
- Demonstrated communication competencies including written and verbal communication ability;
- Strong competencies in planning, organizing and prioritizing
- Individual leadership and decision-making abilities
- Knowledge in environmental site assessment, remediation, decommissioning, reclamation, and water quality management
- Knowledge of applicable provincial and/or federal legislation, regulations and guidelines for the environmental management of TransCanada assets.
- Willingness and ability to learn new technologies and concepts
*This position requires candidates to:
- Provide a driver’s abstract for review
- Successfully complete a security clearance/criminal record check.
About our business
TC Energy is a leading energy infrastructure company in North America. We have three complementary businesses of natural gas pipelines, liquids (oil) pipelines, and power generation. Our operations span three countries, seven Canadian provinces, and 34 U.S. states.
Apply to this posting by 06/14/2019 using reference code 58994. You must apply through our jobs system at jobs.tcenergy.com. Only applications submitted through our system will be acknowledged. Use a desktop or laptop computer to avoid system errors.
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