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Ecoventure specializes in critical path planning for inactive well sites and facilities, providing expertise in liability and environmental management to expedite the Reclamation Certification process. Ecoventure is a rapidly expanding company seeking professional Engineers, Geologists, Biologists, Agrologists, and Technicians who are passionate about their expertise and want to be part of a strong, growing team. Ecoventure offers opportunities for professional growth along with exceptional compensation, benefits, and vacation packages.

Current Job Opportunity:

Environmental Administrator (Full Time) –  Calgary office


Calgary, Alberta.

Ecoventure is currently seeking an Environmental Administrator to fulfill a position as an office administrator and operational support for environmental projects. This is a full-time, permanent position based out of the Calgary office.

THE POSITION                                                                                                                  

Participate as an Environmental Administrator in the application of Ecoventure's project delivery system to achieve the following project delivery strategic objectives: health, safety and environmental responsibility; client expectations for quality, schedule and budget; financial performance for project specific targets; project team and field program expectations; operational performance and business unit expectations; and quality.

Key Responsibilities to include:

Administrative Duties

• Daily secretarial work including answering telephones, taking messages and providing information, accepting messenger and courier deliveries and shipping reports/documents via courier or post office, opening, sorting, and distributing faxes and mail, and responding to routine inquiries.
• Attending weekly staff meetings and recording meeting minutes.
• Using word processing to prepare letters and documents; printing, compiling, and binding documents and reports as required.
• Developing and maintaining Calgary office filing system for administrative and client files; maintaining inventory and purchasing office supplies; maintaining office equipment such as the internet, phones, etc.; coordinating any repairs required and resolving any IT issues such as printer setup or network connections with IT Support.
• Providing administrative support to Calgary field staff including booking hotels and coordinating vehicle maintenance; tracking Calgary vehicle use and maintenance.
• Collecting safety forms, vehicle inspection forms, PPE/PD receipts, and MasterCard receipts from Calgary staff and processing as required.
• Support the Corporate Administrator and Health and Safety Manager in preparing monthly expense summaries, safety progress reports, etc. as needed.
Provide operational support to the Assessment and Remediation, Regulatory and Liability, and Conservation and Reclamation groups on an as needed basis based on area of expertise and career goals.

Duties to potentially include:

• Data management including inputting field and laboratory results into standardized tables with initial
interpretation to guideline levels.
• Digitizing field notes and borehole logs into company templates.
• Assisting the Regulatory and Approvals Coordinator in creating, updating, and tracking projects in Ecoventure’s web-based project management software system.
• Receive third party invoices and process according to Ecoventure and client protocols for cost tracking and expense approval.
• Assist the Regulatory and Liability Manager in spreadsheet development and population for liability and acquisition assessments.
• Assist drafting personnel in preparation of aerial photographs and site plans according to Ecoventure templates using AutoCad software.
• Prepare Phase I ESA reports including background information review, regulatory searches, interviews, aerial photograph interpretation, and reporting for senior review.
• Pending candidate’s knowledge, experience, and career goals, additional duties may include support in preparing environmental reports, health and safety supervisory responsibilities, field inspections, and environmental project management.
The individual’s strengths, experience, and preferences will be considered and allocated appropriately.


The successful candidate should possess the following competencies and experience:

• 2+ years’ professional experience in a relevant position.
• A degree or diploma from a recognized post-secondary institution.
• Excellent organization and attention to detail.
• Strong computer skills (Microsoft word, excel & Adobe Acrobat).
• Ability to multi-task while meeting deadlines.

Additional assets might include:

• Experience working with a professional and/or consulting organization.
• Experience working in the environmental sector.
• Knowledge of the oil and gas industry.
• Familiar with additional software such as AutoCad, ArcGIS, and Siteview.


Application deadline for consideration is May 25, 2017.