A Little About Us
We are engineers, technologists, planners, landscape architects, scientists, and their support teams that work together to deliver infrastructure, minimizing environmental impact and maximizing benefit to the community. We work hard and play hard because that is what #ISLLIFE is all about! Check us out on Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn.
ISL’s Environmental Management Team is a truly integrated environmental management service team in an un-siloed environment. You will have the opportunity to grow and help shape not only your own career, but also the future of our agile team through:
- Interesting Work - together we enjoy a challenge and variety in our work, we pride ourselves on delivering quality service to our clients on each of our projects
- Full Cycle Projects – you will be provided with a diverse range of projects on which to hone your skills
- Ongoing Development - our philosophy is to grow your talents so you can successfully, and with quality, accomplish various tasks within any given project – and we fully fund it!
A Little About You
Your cover letter must demonstrate:
- Your approach to relationship-building with internal and external clients, strategic partners, regulators, and First Nations
Your resume should show us:
- A graduate degree in Archaeology or Anthropology or an undergraduate degree with equivalent experience
- 5+ years of consulting experience in archaeology
- Proficient in drafting and reviewing regulatory permit applications, First Nation permit applications, and detailed technical reports
- Strong relationship-building skills with regulatory, First Nation and industry in an accountable capacity, while safeguarding institutional credibility and public image
- Proven ability to develop and implement solutions to sensitive and complex projects while coordinating heritage assessments within multi-disciplinary teams
- Proven analytical and planning skills
Bonus points for:
- Registered Professional in good standing with an industry related association
- Ministry-recognized field director and permit holder
- A comprehensive understanding of issues relating to cultural heritage, archaeology, including historic and current Aboriginal issues
- Practical understanding of BC’s Heritage Conservation Act, Environmental Assessment Act, and other relevant legislation
A Little More About the Role
The successful candidate will be responsible for supporting all our BC offices with their Archeology requirements. They will also be required to possess and maintain a valid Class 5 driver’s license.
- Work closely with the senior team to provide successful cultural resources management for our clients projects
- Support business development activities
- Coordinate and manage archaeological programs including field and desktop studies
- Technical writing and report preparation
We are engineers, technologists, planners, landscape architects, scientists, and their support teams that work together to deliver infrastructure, minimizing environmental impact and maximizing benefit to the community.
- We work on fascinating projects right in our community.
- We are nimble. We integrate the right team to solve our clients' biggest challenges.
- We are social. Follow our hashtag #isllife on Twitter and Instagram or check out our YouTube Channel.
- We get together. Every year, Staff Development Seminar brings together ISLers from all over western Canada to learn, share and connect.
- We are independent problem solvers. Employee owned and operated, we like to work hard with minimum bureaucracy.
- We encourage and reward high performance. Employer paid benefits plan, Group RRSP, and competitive salaries with opportunities for annual bonus.
Want to find out more about this or other ISL career opportunities?
Visit us online at www.islengineering.com/about/join-the-team
Department:  Burnaby - Environmental Management