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SCS Consulting Group is thrilled to announce the launch of our new Environmental Group! As a leading land development consulting firm this is our continued commitment to shaping and reshaping our communities and landscapes responsibly. As we embark on this exciting journey, we are seeking dynamic individuals to join us in our mission to redefine the intersection of development and conservation.

If you’re passionate about preserving the environment through innovative solutions while contributing to sustainable development and want to be a part of a team from the very foundation, then this is for you! With our new Environmental Group not only do you have an opportunity in charting the teams’ and your own course, you also have the opportunity to make a meaningful impact, collaborate with like-minded professionals, and lead the way in creating a more sustainable future. We invite you to explore the opportunities within our growing Environmental Group and encourage to reach out should you have any questions.

SCS Consulting Group is a consulting engineering firm providing services to the land development industry throughout the GTA and surrounding areas. Our services include the design and contract administration of municipal infrastructure for residential subdivisions, and institutional, commercial, and industrial site plans. We also provide environmental assessments, environmental impact studies and at-risk applications, where and when appropriate.

What a career with SCS Consulting Offers You:

  • Work on leading land development projects in Southern Ontario, including:
    • New build residential subdivisions
    • Single use retail buildings
    • High-density and high-rise residential developments to medium-density townhouse condominium developments
  • Competitive salary with commuter benefits and meal allowances;
  • Commute Benefit – if your home location is more than 35kms from the SCS Markham office, we will provide a commute benefit for any distance travelled over 35kms each way to and from the office;
  • Wellness benefit – We cover costs related to health and wellness programs, gym memberships, sports and health activities including registration fees; and
  • Full benefits package offered after 3 months probation period, including a Health Care Spending Account.

What you’ll be doing:

Your position will be Senior Ecologist. Your duties will generally consist of coordinating and overseeing natural environment within land development projects. This entails collaborating and building relationships with clients, ecologists, environmental professionals, and engineers. You will lead project execution, mentor junior SCS staff, analyze data, and prepare technical reports while ensuring compliance with environmental regulations, facilitating project approvals, and integrating ecological considerations into project planning.

The Senior Ecologist is required to perform a range of duties including, but not limited to:

  • Reviewing Environmental Impact Assessments/Studies and reports such as Environmental Implementation Reports (EIR), Sub-watershed Studies, and Master Environmental and Servicing Plans (MESP);
  • Liaising with clients to build strong relationships;
  • Writing business proposals;
  • Taking inventory of:
    • Wildlife and their habitats,
    • Flora and vegetation communities, and
    • Species at risk and other species of conservation concern.
  • Documenting and analyzing field data;
  • Determining the effectiveness of mitigation efforts for species at risk or other sensitive species or features in Ontario during construction projects;
  • Assessing and evaluating the significance of natural ecology; and
  • Recognizing ecological constraints in land development, propose mitigation measures, and understand approval requirements at various governmental levels.

What we’re looking for from you:

  • Ecology, Biology, or Environmental Studies degree, with a strong background in field biology;
  • Minimum of eight (8) years related experience as a terrestrial ecologist or biologist;
  • Project management experience, field data collection and analyses and data organization and management;
  • Strong working knowledge of standard field protocols for a range of ecological surveys and previous experience working in ecosystems within Ontario are preferred (i.e, Significant Wildlife Habitat surveys, amphibian call surveys, herpetofauna surveys, turtle surveys, snake surveys, breeding bird surveys, crepuscular bird surveys, owl/raptor survey, Odonata surveys);
  • Knowledge of and experience with interpreting environmental policies and legislation (e.g., the Provincial Policy Statement, Endangered Species Act, Species at Risk Act, official plans, etc.);
  • Experience in the preparation of regulatory applications and submissions and in planning and executing field programs as part of environmental studies;
  • Understanding of the application of Best Management Practices to environmental compliance and effectiveness monitoring programs;
  • Understanding and experience conducting terrestrial, wildlife, vegetation, and avian surveys;
  • In-depth knowledge of relevant provincial and federal environmental legislation, regulations, policies, guidelines, and regulatory permitting and approval requirements (similar to above);
  • Excellent oral and written communication, critical thinking, organizational and interpersonal skills;
  • The following are considered assets to this role:
    • Ecological Land Classification.
    • Arborist certification.
    • Butternut Health Assessment (BHA) certification.
    • Ontario Wetland Evaluation System (OWES) certification,
    • Experience in executing wildlife field programs, and
    • Experience and knowledge bat species at risk habitat survey methodologies, and acoustic surveys and analysis.
  • Prior experience in a consulting environment and an interest in growing a team;
  • Understanding of the application of Best Management Practices to environmental compliance and effectiveness monitoring programs;
  • Experience in developing Secondary Plan/Official Plan natural heritage policies;
  • Experience with working with the Ontario Land Tribunal (OLT), previously the Ontario Municipal Board (OMB), as an expert witness, preparing expert testimonies and witness statements;
  • Commitment to project quality and capability of meeting project deadlines; and
  • Must have vehicle and valid driver’s license.

SCS Consulting Group is thrilled to announce the launch of our new Environmental Group! As a leading land development consulting firm this is our continued commitment to shaping and reshaping our communities and landscapes responsibly. As we embark on this exciting journey, we are seeking dynamic individuals to join us in our mission to redefine the intersection of development and conservation.

If you’re passionate about preserving the environment through innovative solutions while contributing to sustainable development and want to be a part of a team from the very foundation, then this is for you! With our new Environmental Group not only do you have an opportunity in charting the teams’ and your own course, you also have the opportunity to make a meaningful impact, collaborate with like-minded professionals, and lead the way in creating a more sustainable future. We invite you to explore the opportunities within our growing Environmental Group and encourage to reach out should you have any questions.

SCS Consulting Group is a consulting engineering firm providing services to the land development industry throughout the GTA and surrounding areas. Our services include the design and contract administration of municipal infrastructure for residential subdivisions, and institutional, commercial, and industrial site plans. We also provide environmental assessments, environmental impact studies and at-risk applications, where and when appropriate.

What a career with SCS Consulting Offers You:

  • Work on leading land development projects in Southern Ontario, including:
    • New build residential subdivisions
    • Single use retail buildings
    • High-density and high-rise residential developments to medium-density townhouse condominium developments
  • Competitive salary with commuter benefits and meal allowances;
  • Commute Benefit – if your home location is more than 35kms from the SCS Markham office, we will provide a commute benefit for any distance travelled over 35kms each way to and from the office;
  • Wellness benefit – We cover costs related to health and wellness programs, gym memberships, sports and health activities including registration fees; and
  • Full benefits package offered after 3 months probation period, including a Health Care Spending Account.

What you’ll be doing:

Your position will be Intermediate Ecologist. Your duties will generally consist of coordinating and overseeing natural environment programs within land development projects, collaborating with ecologists, environmental professionals, and engineers. Under the supervision of senior staff, you will help lead project execution, mentor junior staff, conducting field surveys, analyze data, and prepare technical reports while ensuring compliance with environmental regulations, facilitating project approvals, and integrating ecological considerations into project planning.

The Intermediate Ecologist is required to perform a range of duties including, but not limited to:

  • Reviewing Environmental Impact Assessments/Studies and reports such as Environmental Implementation Reports (EIR), Sub-watershed Studies, and Master Environmental and Servicing Plans (MESP);
  • Liaising with clients to build strong relationships;
  • Writing business proposals;
  • Taking inventory of:
    • Wildlife and their habitats,
    • Flora and vegetation communities, and
    • Species at risk and other species of conservation concern.
  • Documenting and analyzing field data;
  • Determining the effectiveness of mitigation efforts for species at risk or other sensitive species or features in Ontario during construction projects;
  • Assessing and evaluating the significance of natural ecology; and
  • Recognizing ecological constraints in land development, propose mitigation measures, and understand approval requirements at various governmental levels.

What we’re looking for from you:

  • Ecology, Biology, or Environmental Studies degree, with a strong background in field biology;
  • Minimum of four (4) years related experience as a terrestrial ecologist or biologist;
  • Project management experience, field data collection and analyses and data organization and management;
  • Strong working knowledge of standard field protocols for a range of ecological surveys and previous experience working in ecosystems within Ontario are preferred (i.e, Significant Wildlife Habitat surveys, amphibian call surveys, herpetofauna surveys, turtle surveys, snake surveys, breeding bird surveys, crepuscular bird surveys, owl/raptor survey, Odonata surveys);
  • Knowledge of and experience with interpreting environmental policies and legislation (e.g., the Provincial Policy Statement, Endangered Species Act, Species at Risk Act, official plans, etc.);
  • 4-7 years of experience in the preparation of regulatory applications and submissions and in planning and executing field programs as part of environmental studies;
  • Understanding of the application of Best Management Practices to environmental compliance and effectiveness monitoring programs;
  • Understanding and experience conducting terrestrial, wildlife, vegetation, and avian surveys;
  • In-depth knowledge of relevant provincial and federal environmental legislation, regulations, policies, guidelines, and regulatory permitting and approval requirements (similar to above);
  • Excellent oral and written communication, critical thinking, organizational and interpersonal skills;
  • The following are considered assets to this role:
    • Ecological Land Classification,
    • Arborist certification,
    • Butternut Health Assessment (BHA) certification,
    • Ontario Wetland Evaluation System (OWES) certification,
    • Experience in developing consulting business,
    • Experience in executing wildlife field programs, and
    • Experience and knowledge bat species at risk habitat survey methodologies, and acoustic surveys and analysis.
  • Prior experience in a consulting environment and an interest in growing a team;
  • Understanding of the application of Best Management Practices to environmental compliance and effectiveness monitoring programs;
  • Experience in developing Secondary Plan/Official Plan policies is an asset;
  • Experience in supporting senior with Ontario Land Tribunal (OLT) hearings, previously the Ontario Municipal Board (OMB), as an expert witness, preparing expert testimonies and witness statements is an asset;
  • Commitment to project quality and capability of meeting project deadlines; and
  • Must have vehicle and valid driver’s license.

SCS Consulting Group is thrilled to announce the launch of our new Environmental Group! As a leading land development consulting firm this is our continued commitment to shaping and reshaping our communities and landscapes responsibly. As we embark on this exciting journey, we are seeking dynamic individuals to join us in our mission to redefine the intersection of development and conservation.

If you’re passionate about preserving the environment through innovative solutions while contributing to sustainable development and want to be a part of a team from the very foundation, then this is for you! With our new Environmental Group not only do you have an opportunity in charting the teams’ and your own course, you also have the opportunity to make a meaningful impact, collaborate with like-minded professionals, and lead the way in creating a more sustainable future. We invite you to explore the opportunities within our growing Environmental Group and encourage to reach out should you have any questions.

SCS Consulting Group is a consulting engineering firm providing services to the land development industry throughout the GTA and surrounding areas. Our services include the design and contract administration of municipal infrastructure for residential subdivisions, and institutional, commercial, and industrial site plans. We also provide environmental assessments, environmental impact studies and at-risk applications, where and when appropriate.

What a career with SCS Consulting Offers You:

  • Work on leading land development projects in Southern Ontario, including:
    • New build residential subdivisions
    • Single use retail buildings
    • High-density and high-rise residential developments to medium-density townhouse condominium developments
  • Competitive salary with commuter benefits and meal allowances;
  • Commute Benefit – if your home location is more than 35kms from the SCS Markham office, we will provide a commute benefit for any distance travelled over 35kms each way to and from the office;
  • Wellness benefit – We cover costs related to health and wellness programs, gym memberships, sports and health activities including registration fees; and
  • Full benefits package offered after 3 months probation period, including a Health Care Spending Account.

What you’ll be doing:

Your position will be Senior Aquatic Ecologist. Your duties will generally consist of coordinating and overseeing natural environment within land development projects. This entails collaborating and building relationships with clients, ecologists, environmental professionals, and engineers. You will lead project execution, mentor junior SCS staff, analyze data, and prepare technical reports while ensuring compliance with environmental regulations, facilitating project approvals, and integrating ecological considerations into project planning.

The Senior Aquatic Ecologist is required to perform a range of duties including, but not limited to:

  • Reviewing Environmental Impact Assessments/Studies and reports such as Environmental Implementation Reports (EIR), Sub-watershed Studies, and Master Environmental and Servicing Plans (MESP);
  • Liaising with clients to build strong relationships;
  • Writing business proposals;
  • Taking inventory of:
    • Aquatic habitats,
    • Fish, benthic macroinvertebrates, sediment and water quality, and
    • Species at risk and other species of conservation concern.
  • Documenting and analyzing field data;
  • Leading DFO Request for Review, and Authorization applications;
  • Determining the effectiveness of mitigation efforts for species at risk or other sensitive species or features in Ontario during construction projects;
  • Assessing and evaluating the significance of natural aquatic ecology;
  • Developing fish habitat protection strategies and preparing fish and fish habitats environmental impact assessments; and
  • Recognizing ecological constraints in land development, propose mitigation measures, and understand approval requirements at various governmental levels.

What we’re looking for from you:

  • Ecology, Biology, or Environmental Studies degree, with a strong background in field biology;
  • Minimum of eight (8) years related experience as an aquatic ecologist or biologist;
  • Project management experience, field data collection and analyses and data organization and management;
  • Strong working knowledge of standard field protocols for a range of ecological surveys and previous experience working in ecosystems within Ontario are preferred;
  • Knowledge of and experience with interpreting environmental policies and legislation (e.g., the Provincial Policy Statement, Fisheries Act, Endangered Species Act, Species at Risk Act, official plans, etc.);
  • Experience operating backpack and boat electrofishers, lake and river sampling experience;
  • Experience and knowledgeable with Ontario Stream Assessment Protocol (OSAP);
  • Experience and knowledgeable with Headwater Drainage Feature (HDF) evaluations;
  • Experience in the preparation of regulatory applications and submissions and in planning and executing field programs as part of environmental studies;
  • Understanding of the application of Best Management Practices to environmental compliance and effectiveness monitoring programs;
  • Understanding and experience conducting aquatic surveys;
  • In-depth knowledge of relevant provincial and federal environmental legislation, regulations, policies, guidelines, and regulatory permitting and approval requirements (similar to above);
  • Excellent oral and written communication, critical thinking, organizational and interpersonal skills;
  • The following are considered assets to this role:
    • Ontario Wetland Evaluation System (OWES) certification, and
    • Experience in executing wildlife field programs.
  • Prior experience in a consulting environment and an interest in growing a team;
  • Understanding of the application of Best Management Practices to environmental compliance and effectiveness monitoring programs;
  • Must have experience with working with the Ontario Land Tribunal (OLT), previously the Ontario Municipal Board (OMB), as an expert witness preparing expert testimonies and witness statements;
  • Commitment to project quality and capability of meeting project deadlines; and
  • Must have vehicle and valid driver’s license.

SCS Consulting Group is thrilled to announce the launch of our new Environmental Group! As a leading land development consulting firm this is our continued commitment to shaping and reshaping our communities and landscapes responsibly. As we embark on this exciting journey, we are seeking dynamic individuals to join us in our mission to redefine the intersection of development and conservation.

If you’re passionate about preserving the environment through innovative solutions while contributing to sustainable development and want to be a part of a team from the very foundation, then this is for you! With our new Environmental Group not only do you have an opportunity in charting the teams’ and your own course, you also have the opportunity to make a meaningful impact, collaborate with like-minded professionals, and lead the way in creating a more sustainable future. We invite you to explore the opportunities within our growing Environmental Group and encourage to reach out should you have any questions.

SCS Consulting Group is a consulting engineering firm providing services to the land development industry throughout the GTA and surrounding areas. Our services include the design and contract administration of municipal infrastructure for residential subdivisions, and institutional, commercial, and industrial site plans. We also provide environmental assessments, environmental impact studies and at-risk applications, where and when appropriate.

What a career with SCS Consulting Offers You:

  • Work on leading land development projects in Southern Ontario, including:
    • New build residential subdivisions
    • Single use retail buildings
    • High-density and high-rise residential developments to medium-density townhouse condominium developments
  • Competitive salary with commuter benefits and meal allowances;
  • Commute Benefit – if your home location is more than 35kms from the SCS Markham office, we will provide a commute benefit for any distance travelled over 35kms each way to and from the office;
  • Wellness benefit – We cover costs related to health and wellness programs, gym memberships, sports and health activities including registration fees; and
  • Full benefits package offered after 3 months probation period, including a Health Care Spending Account.

What you’ll be doing:

Your position will be Intermediate Aquatic Ecologist. Your duties will generally consist of coordinating and overseeing natural environment programs within land development projects, collaborating with ecologists, environmental professionals, and engineers. Under the supervision of senior staff, you will help lead project execution, mentor junior staff, conducting field surveys, analyze data, and prepare technical reports while ensuring compliance with environmental regulations, facilitating project approvals, and integrating ecological considerations into project planning.

The Intermediate Aquatic Ecologist is required to perform a range of duties including, but not limited to:

  • Reviewing Environmental Impact Assessments/Studies and reports such as Environmental Implementation Reports (EIR), Sub-watershed Studies, and Master Environmental and Servicing Plans (MESP);
  • Liaising with clients to build strong relationships;
  • Writing business proposals;
  • Taking inventory of:
    • Aquatic habitats,
    • Fish, benthic macroinvertebrates, sediment and water quality, and
    • Species at risk and other species of conservation concern.
  • Documenting and analyzing field data;
  • Determining the effectiveness of mitigation efforts for species at risk or other sensitive species or features in Ontario during construction projects;
  • Assessing and evaluating the significance of natural aquatic ecology;
  • Leading DFO Request for Review, and Authorization applications;
  • Developing fish habitat protection strategies and preparing fish and fish habitats environmental impact assessments; and
  • Recognizing ecological constraints in land development, propose mitigation measures, and understand approval requirements at various governmental levels.

What we’re looking for from you:

  • Ecology, Biology, or Environmental Studies degree, with a strong background in field biology;
  • Minimum of four (4) years related experience as an aquatic ecologist or biologist;
  • Knowledge and experience identifying freshwater fishes of Ontario and ability to field-distinguish cyprinids, salmonids, sportfish, aquatic Species at Risk and invasive species;
  • Experience operating backpack and boat electrofishers, lake and river sampling experience;
  • Experience and knowledgeable with Ontario Stream Assessment Protocol (OSAP);
  • Experience and knowledgeable with Headwater Drainage Feature (HDF) evaluations;
  • Project management experience, field data collection and analyses and data organization and management;
  • Strong working knowledge of standard field protocols for a range of ecological surveys and previous experience working in ecosystems within Ontario are preferred;
  • Knowledge of and experience with interpreting environmental policies and legislation (e.g., the Provincial Policy Statement, Fisheries Act, Endangered Species Act, Species at Risk Act, official plans, etc.);
  • 4-7 years of experience in the preparation of regulatory applications and submissions and in planning and executing field programs as part of environmental studies;
  • Understanding of the application of Best Management Practices to environmental compliance and effectiveness monitoring programs;
  • Understanding and experience conducting aquatic surveys;
  • In-depth knowledge of relevant provincial and federal environmental legislation, regulations, policies, guidelines, and regulatory permitting and approval requirements (similar to above);
  • Excellent oral and written communication, critical thinking, organizational and interpersonal skills;
  • The following are considered assets to this role:
    • Ontario Wetland Evaluation System (OWES) certification,
    • Butternut Health Assessment (BHA) certification,
    • Experience in developing consulting business, and
    • Experience in executing wildlife field programs.
  • Prior experience in a consulting environment and an interest in growing a team;
  • Understanding of the application of Best Management Practices to environmental compliance and effectiveness monitoring programs;
  • Commitment to project quality and capability of meeting project deadlines; and
  • Commitment to project quality and capability of meeting project deadlines.

SCS Consulting Group is thrilled to announce the launch of our new Environmental Group! As a leading land development consulting firm this is our continued commitment to shaping and reshaping our communities and landscapes responsibly. As we embark on this exciting journey, we are seeking dynamic individuals to join us in our mission to redefine the intersection of development and conservation.

If you’re passionate about preserving the environment through innovative solutions while contributing to sustainable development and want to be a part of a team from the very foundation, then this is for you! With our new Environmental Group not only do you have an opportunity in charting the teams’ and your own course, you also have the opportunity to make a meaningful impact, collaborate with like-minded professionals, and lead the way in creating a more sustainable future. We invite you to explore the opportunities within our growing Environmental Group and encourage to reach out should you have any questions.

SCS Consulting Group is a consulting engineering firm providing services to the land development industry throughout the GTA and surrounding areas. Our services include the design and contract administration of municipal infrastructure for residential subdivisions, and institutional, commercial, and industrial site plans. We also provide environmental assessments, environmental impact studies and at-risk applications, where and when appropriate.

What a career with SCS Consulting Offers You:

  • Work on leading land development projects in Southern Ontario, including:
    • New build residential subdivisions
    • Single use retail buildings
    • High-density and high-rise residential developments to medium-density townhouse condominium developments
  • Competitive salary with commuter benefits and meal allowances;
  • Commute Benefit – if your home location is more than 35kms from the SCS Markham office, we will provide a commute benefit for any distance travelled over 35kms each way to and from the office;
  • Wellness benefit – We cover costs related to health and wellness programs, gym memberships, sports and health activities including registration fees; and
  • Full benefits package offered after 3 months probation period, including a Health Care Spending Account.

What you’ll be doing:

Your position will be Arborist. Your duties will generally consist of assessing tree and forest health and coordinating and overseeing natural environment programs within land development projects. You will collaborate with ecologists, environmental professionals, and engineers. You will help lead project execution, mentor junior staff, conducting field surveys, analyze data, and prepare technical reports while ensuring compliance with environmental regulations, facilitating project approvals, and integrating ecological considerations into project planning.

The Arborist is required to perform a range of duties including, but not limited to:

  • Reviewing Environmental Impact Assessments/Studies and reports such as Environmental Implementation Reports (EIR), Sub-watershed Studies, and Master Environmental and Servicing Plans (MESP);
  • Completing inventories of trees and forests while completing health assessments;
  • Documenting and analyzing field data;
  • Determining the effectiveness of mitigation efforts for species at risk or other sensitive species or features in Ontario during construction projects;
  • Assessing and evaluating the significance of natural ecology; and
  • Recognizing ecological constraints in land development, propose mitigation measures, and understand approval requirements at various governmental levels.

What we’re looking for from you:

  • Ecology, Biology, or Environmental Studies degree, with a strong background in field biology;
  • Certified Arborist with the International Society of Arboriculture or a Registered Professional Forester with the Ontario Professional Foresters Association (Full Member);
  • Experienced in completing tree and forest inventories & health assessments in rural and/or urban settings;
  • Proficient in the identification of trees found in rural and urban Ontario;
  • Experience in preparing Arborist Reports and Tree Preservation Plans;
  • Strong working knowledge of standard field protocols for a range of ecological surveys and previous experience working in ecosystems within Ontario are preferred;
  • Knowledge of and experience with interpreting environmental policies and legislation (e.g., the Provincial Policy Statement, Endangered Species Act, Species at Risk Act, official plans, etc.);
  • Experience in the preparation of regulatory applications and submissions and in planning and executing field programs as part of environmental studies;
  • Understanding of the application of Best Management Practices to environmental compliance and effectiveness monitoring programs;
  • In-depth knowledge of relevant provincial and federal environmental legislation, regulations, policies, guidelines, and regulatory permitting and approval requirement;
  • Excellent oral and written communication, critical thinking, organizational and interpersonal skills;
  • The following are considered assets to this role:
    • Ecological Land Classification,
    • Butternut Health Assessment (BHA) certification,
    • Experience in developing consulting business, and
    • Experience in executing wildlife field programs.
  • Prior experience in a consulting environment and an interest in growing a team;
  • Understanding of the application of Best Management Practices to environmental compliance and effectiveness monitoring programs;
  • Commitment to project quality and capability of meeting project deadlines; and
  • Must have vehicle and valid driver’s license.

What a career with SCS Consulting Offers You:

  • Work on leading land development projects in Southern Ontario, including:
    • New build residential subdivisions
    • Single use retail buildings
    • High-density and high-rise residential developments to medium-density townhouse condominium developments
  • Competitive salary with commuter benefits and meal allowances;
  • We provide a Commute Benefit, if your home location is more than 35kms from the SCS Markham office, we will provide a commute benefit for any distance travelled over 35kms each way to and from the office;
  • Wellness benefit – We cover costs related to health and wellness programs, gym memberships, sports and health activities including registration fees; and
  • Full benefits package offered after 3 months probation period, including a Health Care Spending Account.

What you’ll be doing:

As part of a design team, you will be reporting to the CAD Manager and support Project Engineers/Managers. Your responsibilities will include preparing presentation graphics, report figures and engineering drawings in support of various types of land development projects.

What we’re looking for from you:

  • Degree or Diploma in Civil Technology;
  • Comprehensive knowledge of CAD/Civil 3D 2023;
  • A working knowledge of ArcGIS software;
  • Adobe Acrobat professional (or equivalent PDF software) experience;
  • Experience using Microsoft Office and other Windows based applications;
  • Experience with GIS and drone data;
  • Demonstrate programming capabilities or the desire to learn;
  • The presence of strong interpersonal and communication skills;
  • Strong organizational abilities and a willingness to work in a team atmosphere;
  • Must be highly motivated and goal orientation;
  • Willing to work with a detailed and flexible approach to work assignments; and
  • Municipal design experience is an asset.

We are looking for qualified candidates for Senior Contract Administrator/ Construction Coordinator with a high level of experience.  As part of a contract administration team, you must be a very experienced and organized Contract Administrator in the construction industry related to land development.  Specific duties include: construction and staff management, cost estimating, tender and contract reviews, contract negotiations, construction inspection and staff training, payment certification preparation and reviews, advising on cost effective design/construction practices, and performing as a liaison between client, project staff, agency staff, and contractors.

What a career with SCS Consulting Offers You:

  • Work on leading land development projects in Southern Ontario, including:
    • New build residential subdivisions
    • Single use retail buildings
    • High-density and high-rise residential developments to medium-density townhouse condominium developments
  • Competitive senior level salary with commuter benefits and meal allowances;
  • Commute Benefit – We will provide a commute benefit for any distance traveled over 35kms each way to and from the Markham office;
  • Wellness Benefit – We cover costs related to health and wellness programs, gym memberships, sports and health activities including registration fees;
  • Full benefits package offered after 3 months probation period, including a Health Care Spending Account; and
  • All PPE attire (work boots allowance, safety vests/jackets etc.) included.

What you’ll be doing:

  • Coordinating and undertaking inspection of construction activities, and training staff on SCS protocols and documentation;
  • Program Management assistance for project planning, scheduling and estimating, engineering and design reviews, construction bid preparation, evaluation and award recommendations, construction oversight, quality control, progress evaluation and payment approval recommendations;
  • Construction Administration services; and
  • Construction related QA/QC services.

What we’re looking for from you:

  • Degree or Diploma in Civil Engineering and Civil Technology;
  • Minimum of seven (7) years of contract administration and on-site inspection experience;
  • Excellent working knowledge of Microsoft Office is a requirement;
  • Must have excellent change order processing and financial tracking capabilities, and take responsibility for project budgets;
  • Possess strong communication skills along with excellent interpersonal abilities, and a willingness to work in a team atmosphere with decision making capabilities;
  • Must be willing to travel extensively within the GTA area (specifically Durham Region and east to Kingston);
  • Must have a valid G driver’s license and reliable vehicle;
  • Ability to work with minimal supervision on multiple projects at once is required; and
  • Must be able to work extended hours as required to accommodate workload and contractor’s schedules during the construction season.

Reporting to a Senior Project Manager, you will be a Project Manager / Engineer who is highly motivated and eager to learn the discipline of administering cost sharing for large development and infrastructure projects. Cost Sharing is a great opportunity to leverage existing land development skills and be involved with the legal & business aspects of the industry while maintaining a strong technical base.  We pride ourselves in being able to undertake detailed analysis of subdivision systems but with a constant eye on the big picture and how everything fits together.

The Intermediate Cost Sharing Engineer is required to perform a range of duties including, but not limited to:

  • Work on and supervise the preparation of cost sharing schedules, cost sharing figures and engineers certification/release letters;
  • Assist with general civil engineering studies;
  • Liaise with clients and developer groups; and
  • Complete related tasks under the guidance of a more senior staff member.

Your qualifications must include (but are not limited to):

  • Civil Engineering or Civil Technology Degree;
  • Excellent understanding of Excel and a working knowledge of AutoCAD;
  • Experience in the GTA development industry and approval process is required;
  • Previous experience in administration of Cost Sharing schedules is an asset however a solid understanding of the cost sharing process is required;
  • Strong knowledge of residential subdivisions; master & functional servicing studies; stormwater management plans, site grading and servicing plans is an asset;
  • Ability to work in a team environment providing direction and mentorship to junior staff; and
  • Must be self-motivated possessing strong interpersonal & communication skills; and have the ability to work independently & manage multiple projects / clients.

Reporting to a Project Manager, you will be a project designer with at least 5 years related experience involved with various aspects of land development projects through both the design and construction phases. Your responsibilities will include preparing preliminary and final grading and servicing designs, cost estimates, project schedules, coordinating projects through the approvals process, liaising with contractors, sub-consultants, and clients.

Qualifications:
  • Civil Engineering or Civil Technology degree;
  • Must have comprehensive knowledge of Civil 3D 2016 – 2021;
  • The presence of strong interpersonal and communication skills is an asset;
  • Organizational abilities and a willingness to work in a team atmosphere is a must;
  • Must be willing to work with a detailed and flexible approach to work assignments;
  • Experience using Microsoft Office, other Windows based applications, and programming capabilities would be considered an asset; and
  • Municipal design experience is an asset.

Reporting to the Team Leader, you will be a Land Development Project Manager using your technical abilities to undertake the preparation of servicing and stormwater management related studies through the planning process as well as stormwater management designs for land development projects during the draft plan and detailed design processes.  You will provide technical leadership and supervisory duties to other designers/technicians.  Other responsibilities include:
  • Preparation of master and functional servicing studies in support of secondary plans, draft plans and site plans;
  • Undertaking detailed studies and modeling associated with stormwater management facilities, low impact development measures, creek crossings and floodplain mapping and modifications for all types of land development projects;
  • Writing reports and design briefs and pursuing approvals from agencies;
  • Liaising with clients, conservation authorities and federal, provincial, regional and municipal agencies to review their needs or address comments with respect to servicing and stormwater management aspects of development projects during draft plan and detailed design stages;
  • Ensuring that the projects’ schedule needs are met in a timely and effective manner and taking responsibility for the project budgets; and
  • Actively managing junior staff.
The Intermediate Land Development Engineer is required to perform a range of duties including, but not limited to:
  • Being registered as a Professional Engineer or Civil Technologist in the Province of Ontario, or are eligible for registration;
  • Have a minimum of four (4) years of experience in servicing and stormwater management work related to land development engineering;
  • Have a thorough understanding of the agency requirements and approval process throughout the GTA during draft plan and detailed design project stages related to servicing and stormwater management design requirements;
  • Have strong working relationships with review agency staff and land development clients;
  • Possess a strong working knowledge of various software for the design of SWM and channel facilities (e.g. Visual OTTHYMO, PCSWMM, HEC-RAS etc.);
  • Ability to lead a multidisciplinary team of professionals to complete preliminary servicing and stormwater management studies and designs;
  • Ability to work in a team environment providing direction and mentorship to junior staff;
  • Must be self-motivated with excellent written and oral communication skills; and
  • Ability to prioritize multiple tasks while providing unparalleled service to clients

SCS Consulting Group is a consulting engineering firm providing services to the land development industry in the Golden Horseshoe and surrounding areas.  Our services include the design and contract administration of municipal infrastructure for residential subdivisions, and institutional, commercial, and industrial site plans. 

The Design Group at SCS provides input throughout the Development process however, we specialize in the detailed design of municipal services which includes watermains, storms sewers, sanitary sewers, grading design, earthworks management, as well as coordination of the various subconsultants.

Qualifications:

SCS is looking for someone who is interested in pursuing a career in the Consulting Engineering Industry.  The candidate should be self-motivated, willing to learn, and demonstrate a high level of inter-personal and communication skills.   Further, a bright, enthusiastic individual is needed who can bring “outside the box” thinking to problem-solving discussions in finding solutions to meet client needs.  Ideal candidates should possess experience in construction, land development engineering and be familiar with municipal servicing and grading design, as it relates to new residential and commercial developments.

In addition to being familiar with The Rational Method, PCSWMM, Manning’s Equation, and Harmon’s Peaking Factor, extensive knowledge of Microsoft Office applications and AutoCAD Civil 3D, would be an asset, although training will be provided.

Job Duties:

Reporting to a Project Manager, you will be involved with various aspects of land development projects through both the detailed design and construction phases. Your responsibilities will include preparing preliminary and final grading designs, servicing designs, coordinating projects through the approvals process, liasing with contractors, sub-consultants, and clients.  Consideration of the earthworks balance will be key in developing the grading design, and sewer designs must ensure an optimum and efficient system is achieved.

SCS Consulting Group is a consulting engineering firm providing services to the land development industry in the Golden Horseshoe and surrounding areas.  Our services include the design and contract administration of municipal infrastructure for residential subdivisions, and institutional, commercial, and industrial site plans. 

What you’ll be doing:

Reporting to a Project Manager, you will be a Project Engineer who is highly motivated and eager to learn the discipline of administering cost sharing for large infrastructure and development projects. Excellent skills in Excel and AutoCad will be an asset.

Duties including, but not limited to:

  • Assist in preparing cost estimates, , and supporting figures;
  • Assist in preparing preliminary engineering site investigation reports;
  • Desktop analysis of preliminary servicing constraints;
  • Coordinate with municipalities to gather supporting servicing studies and existing information;
  • Review supporting studies and summarize findings;
  • Assist with general civil engineering studies;
  • Liaise with clients ; and
  • Complete related tasks under the guidance of a more senior staff member.

If this describes you, we’d love to meet!

  • Looking to join a team and grow your knowledge and expertise?
  • Has high attention to detail and enjoys problem-solving and working with detailed Excel models.

What we’re looking for from you:

  • Civil Engineering or Civil Technology Degree;
  • Solid understanding of excel and AutoCAD;
  • Understanding of the development approval process is an asset;
  • Knowledge with residential subdivisions, master servicing plans, stormwater management plans, site grading and servicing plans is an asset;
  • Must be self-motivated possessing strong interpersonal and communication skills; and
  • Ability to work independently and manage multiple projects and clients is an asset.

SCS Consulting Group is a consulting engineering firm providing services to the land development industry in the Golden Horseshoe and surrounding areas.  Our services include the design and contract administration of municipal infrastructure for residential subdivisions, and institutional, commercial, and industrial site plans. 

What a career with SCS Consulting Offers You:

  • Work on leading land development projects in Southern Ontario, including:
    • New build residential subdivisions
    • Single use retail buildings
    • High-density and high-rise residential developments to medium-density townhouse condominium developments
  • Competitive salary with commuter benefits and meal allowances;
  • We provide a Commute Benefit, if your home location is more than 35kms from the SCS Markham office, we will provide a commute benefit for any distance travelled over 35kms each way to and from the office;
  • Wellness benefit – We cover costs related to health and wellness programs, gym memberships, sports and health activities including registration fees; and
  • Full benefits package offered after 3 months probation period, including a Health Care Spending Account.

What you’ll be doing:

Reporting to a Project Manager, you will be a project designer with co-op related experience involved with various aspects of land development projects through both the design and construction phases.

Your responsibilities will include assisting with the preparation of grading and servicing designs, cost estimates, coordinating projects through the approvals process, liaising with contractors, sub-consultants, and clients.

What we’re looking for from you:

  • Civil Engineering or Civil Technology degree;
  • Basic understanding of municipal and land development design;
  • Minimum four (4) co-op term related experience;
  • Must be self-motivated, willing to learn and possessing strong interpersonal and communication skills;
  • Ability to work independently; and
  • Ability to work on multiple projects.

SCS Consulting Group is a consulting engineering firm providing services to the land development industry in the Golden Horseshoe and surrounding areas.  Our services include the design and contract administration of municipal infrastructure for residential subdivisions, and institutional, commercial, and industrial site plans. 

What you’ll be doing:

Reporting to the Team Leader, you will be a Land Development Project Manager using your technical abilities to undertake the preparation of servicing and stormwater management related studies through the planning process as well as stormwater management designs for land development projects during the draft plan and detailed design processes.  You will provide technical leadership and supervisory duties to other designers/technicians.  Other responsibilities include:

  • Preparation of master and functional servicing studies in support of secondary plans, draft plans and site plans;
  • Undertaking detailed studies and modeling associated with stormwater management facilities, low impact development measures, creek crossings and floodplain mapping and modifications for all types of land development projects;
  • Writing reports and design briefs and pursuing approvals from agencies;
  • Liaising with clients, conservation authorities and federal, provincial, regional and municipal agencies to review their needs or address comments with respect to servicing and stormwater management aspects of development projects during draft plan and detailed design stages;
  • Ensuring that the projects’ schedule needs are met in a timely and effective manner and taking responsibility for the project budgets; and
  • Actively managing junior staff.

What we’re looking for from you:

  • Being registered as a Professional Engineer or Civil Technologist in the Province of Ontario, or are eligible for registration;
  • Have a minimum of four (4) years of experience in servicing and stormwater management work related to land development engineering;
  • Have a thorough understanding of the agency requirements and approval process throughout the GTA during draft plan and detailed design project stages related to servicing and stormwater management design requirements;
  • Have strong working relationships with review agency staff and land development clients;
  • Possess a strong working knowledge of various software for the design of SWM and channel facilities (e.g. Visual OTTHYMO, PCSWMM, HEC-RAS etc.);
  • Ability to lead a multidisciplinary team of professionals to complete preliminary servicing and stormwater management studies and designs;
  • Ability to work in a team environment providing direction and mentorship to junior staff;
  • Must be self-motivated with excellent written and oral communication skills; and
  • Ability to prioritize multiple tasks while providing unparalleled service to clients.

SCS Consulting Group is a consulting engineering firm providing services to the land development industry in the Golden Horseshoe and surrounding areas.  Our services include the design and contract administration of municipal infrastructure for residential subdivisions, and institutional, commercial, and industrial site plans. 

What you’ll be doing:

Your position will be Field Inspector/ Survey Technician.  Your duties will generally consist of daily site inspections and monitoring of construction projects assigned by SCS Consulting Group Ltd.  This work will be undertaken under the guidance of a more senior SCS staff member.

Duties including, but not limited to:

  • Drone Surveying (Training provided);
  • Layout and topographical surveying;
  • Inspection of construction activities;
  • Program Management assistance for project planning, scheduling and estimating, engineering, design, construction oversight, quality control, progress evaluation and payment approval recommendations;
  • Contract Administration services;
  • Construction related QA/QC services; and
  • Must have vehicle and valid driver’s license.

What we’re looking for from you:

  • Must have 3-4 years of survey experience;
  • Civil Engineering or Civil Technology Degree or Diploma;
  • Candidates with municipal infrastructure inspection experience are preferred;
  • Knowledge of contract administration services; and
  • Must have vehicle and valid driver’s license.

Please send your cover letter and resume, with position title of interest, to:

[email protected]

Human Resources
SCS Consulting Group Ltd.
30 Centurian Drive, Suite 100
Markham, ON
L3R 8B8

Why SCS?

SCS is a company that believes in building long lasting relationships with our clients, community partners, employees and their families. We are a preferred employer where we work as hard as we play and always celebrate as a team!  We frequently host companywide events, participate in community and industry events and our multiple sports teams encourage a healthy lifestyle, good fun and friendly competition between co-workers.

We encourage employees to be part of the communities that they live and work in. SCS contributes to a variety of community-based charities.

We believe our fundamental strength lies within our staff. Our employees are the engine of our company and are empowered and encouraged to take ownership of their projects. Staff are rewarded with challenging work, a focus on job satisfaction and the opportunity for career advancement. We offer competitive salaries and health benefits, as well as a wellness allowance.

Thank you for your interest in SCS Consulting Group Ltd.  Your resume will be carefully reviewed and we will contact you should your skills and experience match our requirements

Training

Professional development is an integral part of our culture at SCS. We encourage our Staff to participate in regularly scheduled lunch and learns, and continue to look for opportunities to enhance our Staff’s skills. 

Business Leadership

SCS’s senior staff have attended monthly Crestcom International Business and Leadership Training sessions. This project management training program allows leaders to grow their skills, exchange ideas and share what is working.

Lunch & Learn

With technology and engineering processes constantly changing everyday, we collaborate with our associates in the industry by hosting lunch and learns at our office. Staff participate and learn about changing standards, cutting edge development practices and products. SCS considers this a high priority for all staff to increase their industry knowledge.

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