Environment and Regulatory Coordinator
Pure Environmental is an Alberta based company developing environmentally and financially sustainable waste management solutions. Pure’s facilities efficiently manage energy and industrial sector waste streams with the lowest emissions in the industry and by locating our world class facilities where they are needed, we are significantly reducing the carbon footprint of our customers and delivering immediate savings.
With decades of experience in the environmental and energy services industries, our team is dedicated to helping the energy and industrial sectors achieve their carbon reduction goals, reduce costs, and enjoy long-term liability reduction and compliance. At the same time, local communities benefit from best-in-class environmental protection and economic development.
To learn more visit us at www.pureenviro.eco.
As the Environment and Regulatory Coordinator, you will support Pure’s regulatory and compliance programs. You will assist with creating and reviewing relevant documentation, liaising with various departments within the organization, and ensuring regulatory deliverables meet the necessary deadlines.
- Support environmental regulatory and compliance programs, including literature searches and reviews.
- Enter, manage, analyze, and compile different types of environmental and regulatory data.
- Assist in producing standardized environmental reports (GHG and energy) that analyze historical and forecasted data.
- Collecting and summarizing data in support of our ESG targets.
- Become familiar with regulatory standards in Canada and the US and complete submissions in both the US and Canada.
- Update and assist in the creation of presentations, reports, spreadsheets, and flowcharts.
- Provide overall support to our Regulatory Affairs, Compliance & Reporting.
- Entry level experience or recent graduates with a Bachelor of Sciences or Engineering degree with an environmental focus. Students able to commit to working in their last year of school will be considered for the position.
- Strong verbal and written communication skills.
- Strong computer skills including proficiency with MS office.
- Excellent organization skills and ability to meet deadlines.
- This position will be located in Calgary.
- Some travel to field sites maybe required.
- This is an initial term position where role and performance may lead to further extension.