Are you ready to apply your technical and leadership skills to contribute to Pinchin’s success?
We’re looking for a bright and motivated individual, someone who is ready to contribute to team and our continued growth. As the ideal candidate, you are excited by the opportunity to manage your own client portfolio and provide effective leadership to your project team.
What you will be doing at Pinchin
– Perform on-site oversight reviews and air monitoring during asbestos and mould abatement projects
– Conduct comprehensive building assessments for hazardous materials such as asbestos, lead, PCBs, etc. for building renovation, demolition or management purposes
– Investigate sources of water damage and mould growth through visual assessment, intrusive investigation and air and surface sampling
– Assess indoor air quality by evaluation of airborne contaminants
– Prepare assessment reports detailing methodologies, findings, conclusions and recommendations concerning the management, control and removal of hazardous materials
– Liaise with contractors, clients, property owners, regulatory agencies and other multidisciplinary teams to build and maintain positive relationships
– Identify and develop new client relationships
– Assist in preparation of proposals and budgets for hazardous materials consulting work
– Coordinate and supervise hazardous materials abatement projects.
– Collect and analyze asbestos air samples via Phase Contrast Microscopy (PCM) and interpret sample results in relation to legislative requirements
– Use and calibrate microscopes and field monitoring equipment
– Coordinate and provide regular project status updates to team members, management and clients
What you bring to the Pinchin team
– A diploma or degree in or related to Construction Technology or Architectural Technology, Civil Engineering, Science or Applied Science
– 2-3 years of practical experience in the field of hazardous materials (asbestos, mould, lead, silica, mercury, PCBs, etc.)
– Experience with building construction or maintenance an asset
– A related certificate or license (e.g., C.E.T.) an asset
– Proficiency with Microsoft Office products
– Valid driver’s license, sufficient insurance, and access to a vehicle required
– High attention to detail; the ability to write, review, and edit reports and other written communications
– Good written and verbal communication skills