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Stantec seeks a Senior Project Manager/Senior Scientist with significant experience in Clean Water Act Section 316 (a), (b), and NPDES permitting for power and manufacturing companies. The successful candidate will assist clients in power and industrial markets to meet regulatory requirements related to the new federal guidelines under Clean Water Act 316 (b) for their facilities. Duties will include client and program management with a focus on business development working closely with Stantec’s sector leads to grow our power generation sector. As a senior manager, the candidate will have the opportunity to work on a national platform within Stantec’s multi-disciplinary environmental practice.
Duties will include development and implementation of field surveys to evaluate potential impacts to aquatic resources. The candidate will coordinate with our engineering group to assess how facility operations interact with biological and physical source water properties. The candidate will also be responsible for the development of technical biological reports which analyze site specific fish protection technologies and/or operational considerations. This will include evaluating the engineering feasibility and cost implications of implementation of selected technologies and/or operational practices. The successful candidate will need to be strong at interfacing with regulators, clients, and Stantec’s other internal service areas to negotiate NPDES permit, 316 (a), 316 (b), and Endangered Species Act requirements.
The candidate will be responsible for mentoring junior- and mid-level environmental staff to develop their skill sets in the permitting and assessment practice area.
Successful completion of drug/alcohol screening is required.
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