Senior Technical Consultant, Water Scientist

Full Time
  • Full Time
  • Calgary
  • 125 - 150

Website WorleyParsons

Job Description – Senior Technical Consultant, Water Scientist (ALB0041)
Senior Technical Consultant, Water Scientist

ALB0041
Company

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Advisian
Primary Location

Primary Location

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CAN-Alberta
Job

Job

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Water Science Consultants
Schedule

Schedule

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Full-time
Employment Type

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Employee
Job Level

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Experienced
Job Posting

Job Posting

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Jan 23, 2024
Unposting Date

Unposting Date

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Apr 23, 2024
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Building on our past. Ready for the future
Worley is a global professional services company of energy, chemicals and resources experts headquartered in Australia.
Right now, we’re bridging two worlds as we accelerate to more sustainable energy sources, while helping our customers provide the energy, chemicals and resources that society needs now.
We partner with our customers to deliver projects and create value over the life of their portfolio of assets. We solve complex problems by finding integrated data-centric solutions from the first stages of consulting and engineering to installation and commissioning, to the last stages of decommissioning and remediation. Join us and help drive innovation and sustainability in our projects.
Overall Responsibilities and Key Accountabilities
Task management and safe execution of groundwater field programs, including

groundwater monitoring;

supervision of contractors on site; drilling, borehole logging and monitoring well installations; and t racking and reporting on field activities.
Provide technical support for a variety of projects by working with subject matter experts to apply and develop knowledge and skills in areas that focus on groundwater resources, including physical and chemical hydrogeology, groundwater permitting, groundwater remediation and restoration, hydrogeological assessments, groundwater resources and sustainability, and environmental impact assessment.
Record, evaluate, and interpret geologic/hydrogeologic (environmental) data, prepare technical reports, work plans, and conduct analysis and interpretation of findings for hydrogeological characterization and assessment.
Coordinate and manage subcontractors to ensure safe completion of site activities.
The preferred candidate will take initiative and possess excellent communication and writing skills, with an ability to work in a fast-paced environment, with excellent time-management skills.
Have a strong desire to develop as a consultant (team player, eagerness to learn and grow, self-starter that takes initiative, is adaptable, and provides a high quality of work).
Be detail-oriented, able to follow instructions, and communicate with staff to understand assignments or seek clarification as necessary.
Able/keen to build and main strong relationships with key customers with respect to their technical area and the broader business objectives in their regions.
Endeavor to understand customer needs and how the project relates to other elements of the customer’s organization and to other projects.
Contribute to identify and develop new business opportunities.
Qualifications
Post-graduate or bachelor’s degree in hydrogeology, geology, or related discipline.
Minimum 5 years of demonstrated experience in environmental/engineering/water resources consulting.
Experience in the design and execution of drilling projects (mud rotary, sonic, auger, direct push), including planning, coordination, logging, and well design.
Experience in the field executing well sampling programs utilizing widely accepted and alternative sampling methods (i.e. no-purge, low flow, and dissolved gas sampling).
Experience working in rugged, physically demanding field environments.
Demonstrated experience in aquifer testing programs, including planning and execution of single well response and pumping tests.
Excellent organizational skills and ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously, delivering with quality, and under pressure.
Strong commitment to safety, including following established Health and Safety protocols.
Demonstrated focus on continual improvement, including identification of areas for improvement and implementation of actions.
Practical knowledge of working outdoors and mechanical aptitude are considered assets.
Experience with project management and customer liaison would be considered an asset.
Candidates must process a valid Class 5 full driver’s license with a clean driving record.
Moving forward together
We want our people to be energized and empowered to drive sustainable impact. So, our focus is on a values-inspired culture that unlocks brilliance through belonging, connection and innovation.
We’re building a diverse, inclusive and respectful workplace. Creating a space where everyone feels they belong, can be themselves, and are heard.
And we’re not just talking about it; we’re doing it. We’re reskilling our people, leveraging transferable skills, and supporting the transition of our workforce to become experts in today’s low carbon energy infrastructure and technology.
Whatever your ambition, there’s a path for you here. And there’s no barrier to your potential career success. Join us to broaden your horizons, explore diverse opportunities, and be part of delivering sustainable change.

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