Wood has an opportunity for a Geochemist to join our Mining team on a full-time basis. As part of our Mining Geochemistry group you will work with an entrepreneurial, multidisciplinary team of highly qualified professionals supporting world-class mining projects. The successful candidate can be based in any of our Eastern Canada Resilient Environments' office locations with the option to work remotely as required.
Skills / Qualifications
Advanced degree in Geochemistry (MSc or PhD) with a focus on Geochemistry, Geology, Environmental Science, Geological Engineering, Earth Sciences or related field
5+ years' applied experience in acid rock drainage/ metal leaching, mine waste geochemistry assessment, geochemical sampling design, water and rock sample collection, and analytical methods for mine waste geochemistry analysis - preferably within an environmental consulting firm or mining company
Eligible for Professional accreditation (P. Geo, P.Eng. etc.) an asset but not a requirement
Demonstrated abilities with geochemical and water quality modeling using industry-standard software packages such as, GoldSim, PhreeqC, CE-QUAL-W2, and Geochemist's Workbench
Strong database management skills in Excel or other database software
Excellent organizational, and communication skills
Ability to work in a multidisciplinary environment
Demonstrated Task and Project Management skills are an asset
Willingness to travel for field assignments (approximately 10-20% of time)
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