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Environment Specialist

About this Job:

Position Summary:
Reporting to the Manager, Environment, the Environment Specialist will work closely with the Environment Team to promote and ensure that environmental compliance is adhered to within Maple Leaf Agri Farms.

A snapshot of some of the exciting things you will lead and do:

• Coordination of:
o Manure Management Program – including vendor management, biosecurity, PO and invoice management, permits
o Land Rent Program
o Nutrient Sales Program
• Site inspections and evaluations for regulatory compliance and environment management
• Inspect and audit manure storage structures, documenting potential risks and priority for repair
• Water Rights Licensing and Permits
• Assist with Capital Expenditure projects
• Primary contact with Provincial Environment officers
• Development and Supervision of environmental corrective action plans
• Coaching and Training barn employees on regulations and environment management

Requirement:

• Bachelor of Science in Agriculture or Engineering (Biosystems) or Agriculture Diploma and/or background in relevant discipline with a
strong preference for Agronomy or Agroecology or Soil Science
• Professional Agrologist designation considered an asset (or willingness to obtain designation)
• Project Management experience considered an asset
• Ability to be process focussed
• Exceptional organizational (including electronic file organization), time management and attention to detail skills
• Demonstrated strong communication skills
• Highly motivated self-starter that can operate independently with minimum or no supervision
• Values driven
• Must possess a valid driver’s license and have access to a personal vehicle. Must be able to travel within MB, drive for extended
distances.

Salary:
How to apply:

Click on the BLUE “Apply for this Job”button to email your resume. Please state Maple Leaf Agri-Farms and the job title as the subject of your email application.

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