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Reclamation Specialist in Aski Reclamation

  • Aski Reclamation LP
  • Full time
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Reclamation Specialist

Aski Reclamation LP an indigenous-owned environmental consulting company which integrates First Nations’ knowledge with science, to deliver solutions to our clients and pave the way for industry best practices in Restoration, Restoration, and Environmental Services.

The Reclamation Specialist will have extensive knowledge in the reclamation and restoration sectors, with proven experience in all life cycles of projects, from regulatory approval to project design, planning, technical execution, monitoring, and reporting. The Reclamation Specialist will draw on their environmental and leadership experience and environmental knowledge in the energy sector to successfully complete client projects.  

Reports to:

Reclamation Division Manager

Work Environment

The Reclamation Specialist works in various settings, including natural remote locations, industrial sites, mines, offices, labs, and a range of assessment locations. During this work, you may be required to hike, drive all-terrain vehicles (ATVs, UTVs, snowmobiles), collect environmental data from aquatic and terrestrial settings, and perform data collection duties requiring a high level of physical fitness and the capacity to operate safely in remote environments. The ability to complete physically demanding tasks, work for prolonged periods in natural settings and potentially adverse weather conditions, and successfully learn to make good judgment calls is a key requirement for this job.

When not in the field and actively supporting project execution, this Senior role may be given the option to work remotely, or from their home office.

Major Duties

  • Support projects from proposal stage to close-out reporting
  • Plan and lead field assessments to industry standards and prepare reports for projects within a variety of sectors (oil and gas, hydroelectric, mines)
  • Lead field programs across northeastern British Columbia, ensuring technical excellence, safety, and quality of deliveries
  • Work collaboratively with junior, intermediate, and senior staff, sub-consultants, and government agencies
  • Perform as the technical lead for all reclamation projects including preparation, design, and implementation of work execution plans
  • Establish reclamation monitoring methodologies, lead monitoring programs, analyze data, and write summary reports
  • Conduct Phase 1 & 2 Site Investigations and perform COR I and COR II Applications
  • Deliver high quality, well-written technical reports on time and within budget
  • Prepare or assist with permit applications, restoration and remediation assessments, and reclamation monitoring and site management plans
  • Collaborate with project management teams to develop project proposals and cost estimates
  • Provide mentorship and guidance to new and junior staff
  • Organize logistics and project resources timely
  • Provide routine project updates to Division Manager
  • Demonstrate a proactive approach to safety; remain informed of ERP plans on each site and actively participate in safety and emergency drills; be prepared to respond to emergencies in the field should one occur
  • Observe and inspecting sites; always ensuring your worksite is safe to perform work
  • Work with the health and safety employees to develop site orientation material, Safe Work Procedures, and other relevant safety program material


Education and Experience

  • Sc. in Forestry Environmental Sciences, Earth Sciences, Biology, Civil Engineering, or related discipline
  • Qualified Professional Designation (PAg., RPBio, RPF, or other related designation)
  • 5 + years’ experience in reclamation work
  • Work experience within the upstream oil and gas industry and/or mine reclamation an asset
  • Comprehensive understanding of the various stages of ecological reclamation as it relates to lifecycle planning for oil and gas, mining, and other industries
  • Extensive knowledge of planning, decommissioning, remediation, reclamation, site assessments, application, review, inspections, and audits as it relates to well site and mine reclamation
  • Experience leading field assessments, data collection, data, analysis, and reporting
  • Knowledge of relevant federal and provincial environmental legislation
  • Demonstrated ability to write detailed technical reports and communicate technical information effectively with clients and colleagues
  • The ability to work independently with minimal supervision as well as within a team environment and under deadlines
  • Strong interpersonal skills, experience mentoring, motivating, and leading field teams
  • Valid BC driver’s License
  • Willingness to work in remote locations, outside standard office hours with longer workdays in the spring/summer/fall and potential for time off in the winter


Aski Reclamation LP

Aski Reclamation holds many various jobs in different industries, and offers ample opportunity to learn restoration techniques and practices. Seasonally, Aski Reclamation holds a number of short term contracts and seasonal field opportunities including installation of native plants, willow stakin...

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