Environmental Supervisor

Sciences and Engineering

Job Description

In the forest products industry, working as an environmental supervisor means understanding how to run forestry operations in a environmentally sustainable way. You will find yourself working with other land management professionals who have the knowledge and administrative skills to follow environmental regulations and laws. Your skill set also means you can make sure environmental protection is considered during contracting and project design. Your commitment to sound legal and business practices makes you a key player in Canada’s sustainable forest products industry.

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This job is right for you if...

  • You want to live an oversized life in one of Canada’s beautiful forest communities
  • A sense of community is important to you
  • You like variety and learning new things
  • You want to make a difference working in a green job
  • You see the big environmental picture
  • You like the outdoors
  • You are a team player
  • You want to work in hiking boots, not dress shoes

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HIGH LEVEL, ALBERTA
ROCKY MOUNTAIN HOUSE, ALBERTA
FORT ST-JAMES, BRITISH COLUMBIA

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Education And Training

Environmental supervisors may hold a bachelor’s degree in business, environmental science or forestry. The range of qualifications can vary wildly. Chemical engineers, for example, may become environmental supervisors. People with biology and other science degrees are also suitable candidates.

Cégep de Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu
Cégep de Thetford
Northlands College

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NOTE

The requirements listed are generally required qualifications for this Career Type. The qualifications may vary based on the employer and/or the geographic location of that job.

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