Environment & Permitting Manager
Haines or Vancouver Office with Remote Flexibility
The Environment & Permitting Manager is responsible for managing and coordinating all environmental and permitting activities. The role advises Senior Management and ensures compliance with applicable regulations, and environmental standards in support of exploration activities for the Palmer Project near Haines, Alaska. This is a full-time, year-round position based in our Haines, Alaska or Vancouver, Canada office and/or working remotely with regular travel to the project site.
- Develop, implement, and maintain environmental management policies and practices to efficiently track and act on regulatory requirements and commitments affecting the Palmer Project.
- Oversee contracts and activities related to environmental contractors, consultants, and environmental staff in a cost-effective manner to meet permitting and compliance schedules.
- Prepare, submit, and management permit applications.
- Prepare documents in support of regulatory authorizations and reporting.
- Prepare technical project reports for government regulators and senior management.
- Manage, organize, and analyze environmental datasets and ensure data is collected, archived, and reported on in a timely fashion.
- Provide on-site monitoring of exploration, construction and underground activities and report and respond to environmental issues.
- Provide advice on environmental programs and practices necessary for timely permit approvals and regulatory compliance.
- Provide training and supervision to project staff and contractors regarding best management practices and environmental management plans.
- Representing Constantine positions and interests in agency inspections and technical meetings and support community relations materials and meetings.
- Work with Senior Management in developing and managing monthly and annual project budgets.
- Bachelor’s degree or higher in environmental science, engineering, geology, biology, or related field; professional designation is an advantage.
- Eight (8+) years of relevant resource industry experience, with at least four (4+) years of experience in a leadership and project management role of environment and permitting processes related to the exploration and mining industry is preferred.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES
- Demonstrated proficiency and strong technical understanding of applicable state and federal environmental legislation, regulations, standards, and guidelines.
- General understanding of statistics and their application for evaluating environmental monitoring data in the mine permitting process.
- Knowledge of water management and how it relates to mineral exploration and mining.
- Permit management skills, with technical ability to complete, review, submit and track applications.
- Experience building and nurturing relationships with Alaska Native communities and nongovernmental organizations.
- Ability to communicate technical details in simple terms to people at all levels in the organization and government as well as to technical consultants and special interest groups.
- Excellent verbal/written communication, organizational and time management skills.
- Proficient in Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Teams, Outlook, Access) and ArcGIS.
- Proactive and collaborative attitude, committed to working in a team environment based on respect, trust and accountability in pursuing shared goals.
- Mindset that factors personnel safety, environmental protection, and community commitment into every decision and action.
- Self-motivation with good attention to detail and an ability to operate with a high degree of accuracy.
- Valid driver license with clean driving record.
- All new employees must pass a background check.
- Valid standard first aid certification a plus.
Work hours schedule and rotations to be discussed.
We offer competitive wages dependent upon experience and qualifications.
Haines or Vancouver office with remote flexibility. Regular travel to the project site will be required.
We are growing our year-round workforce as part of our multi-year plan to bring the Palmer Project to Feasibility. These responsible positions are essential to achieving our goals and are offered competitive compensation packages.
The Project camp and remote work site are located near Haines, Alaska, with company offices in downtown Haines and Vancouver, Canada. The positions below are full-time supporting the Palmer Project with various work locations. Some positions are camp-based during the field season and office-based with remote flexibility in the off-season; others are based in our offices with remote flexibility year-round and regular travel to the project site.
ABOUT THE PALMER PROJECT
We are committed to responsible mineral exploration near beautiful Haines, Alaska. Our multi-year plan to advance the Palmer Project to feasibility offers rewarding seasonal and fulltime opportunities in a variety of work environments. We look forward to expanding our dynamic and professional team with the opportunities below.
Becoming part of the Palmer Project is an exciting opportunity to join a community that works, lives, and plays together. Our Big Nugget Camp is located roughly 35 miles from downtown Haines, Alaska and serves as the base of operations during our field seasons.
Whether this is your first camp job or you have plenty of camp experience, we strive to provide enjoyable conditions. We recognize - and know from our own experience - rotational careers involve being away from family, friends, and the conveniences of home, and do our best to provide top-quality meals, robust Wi-Fi, comfortable living environments, and a respect for privacy and cultural diversity.
We know our most valuable asset is our people. Come enjoy your Southeast Alaska experience and being part of our community.
Click here to view the map of our Big Nugget Camp, Palmer Project
Submit your application here
Qualified applicants interested in joining our dynamic team are encouraged to submit a cover letter and resume via the form below. While we thank all candidates for their interest, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
Prefer to apply in-person?
Applicants may also deliver their documents in-person at:
120 2nd Ave North, Haines, AK
Apply by mail
By sending your application to
American Pacific Jobs
P.O. Box 315,
Haines, AK, USA, 99827