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Class Environmental Assessment Coordinator/Planner, Water & Wastewater - Toronto

2001 Sheppard Ave E suite 300, North York, ON M2J 4Z8, Canada Req #481
Monday, April 15, 2024

Your difference is the difference

Do you love to develop and share great ideas? Do you believe your insights can drive people forward? Do you appreciate working with others and building on mutual successes? Perfect. We do, too.

As an employee-owned company, we foster a culture where our people can thrive – and by thrive, we mean a place where you can share your ingenuity, express your difference, and grow in your very own way. Whatever your area, no matter your grade, your unique skills and perspective will help drive change from operations to the C-suite, across a wide of range of projects and channels.

Are you ready to build a future that’s uniquely yours? Join our award-winning team and make a difference that defines you.

RVA is looking for a Class EA Coordinator/Planner to support RVA’s Environmental Assessment Team on Municipal Infrastructure projects in the Toronto office.


  • Coordinate Municipal Water/Wastewater Class Environmental Assessments (Class EAs), feasibility studies and master plans.
  • Prepare documentation for municipal and provincial Class EAs, including technical memoranda, reports and presentations.
  • Assist in the preparation of proposals for various pursuits.
  • Coordinate with RVA’s internal and external staff, including subconsultants, for preparation of technical studies and environmental assessment documentation.
  • Liaise with clients, regulatory agencies, public and Indigenous groups.
  • Support and attend client and public meetings, including development of meeting agenda, preparing meeting outline, writing and issuance of meeting notes, following up on action items.
  • Coordinate and lead public consultation and stakeholder engagement, including engagement with Indigenous Communities.
  • Review and analyze technical information and incorporate input from multi-disciplinary teams and subconsultants into the selection, evaluation, and recommendation of alternative solutions.
  • Occasional travel to project sites and other offices throughout southwestern Ontario and flexibility to work occasional evenings during public meetings.


 Skills & Qualifications:

  • Degree or similar qualifications in environmental engineering, environmental studies, environmental science, planning or related field.
  • 2+ years’ experience in completing Municipal Class Environmental Assessments and Master Plans in Ontario preferred.
  • Strong technical and analytical skills.
  • Strong communication (verbal, writing and presentation skills) and interpersonal skills.
  • Applied knowledge of Teams, MS Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.  Applied use of GIS or other graphics software a strong asset.
  • Demonstrated knowledge in Municipal Infrastructure.
  • Environmental Professional (EP), Registered Professional Planner (RPP), and/or Canadian Institute of Planners (MCIP) professional designation (Provisional, student or full member) preferred.
  • Full understanding of local, provincial, and federal environmental policies, legislation and applicable law.
  • Driver’s license to travel to various sites and offices an asset.

Your better starts here

We don’t settle for less, and neither should you. As it happens, offering great benefits to our people is entirely possible: the numbers work out. Happy teams mean happy clients. It’s just that simple. From recruitment to flexibility, learning to leadership, wellness to inclusion, we give our people the tools they need to outperform in their careers and build lasting connections with our clients, our culture, and each other.

  • Competitive compensation packages and performance-based bonuses
  • Health, paramedical, vision, and dental coverage
  • A flexible vacation policy that lets you determine your time off based on your other responsibilities and needs
  • Top-up plans for new and expecting parents
  • Firm-paid holidays, summer and winter breaks, and other leaves of absence that cover everything from extra family time, jury duty, or even completing a degree
  • RVA Group Pension Plan with match
  • Global Travel Assist Program that provides emergency out-of-country medical protection for you and your eligible family members on personal and business trips
  • Access to a variety of free services (e.g., employee and family assistance programs, nutrition advice, caregiver support) and employee discounts (e.g., sports and entertainment tickets, major brands, insurance plans)
  • Flexible and alternative work arrangements around core hours, including telecommuting and work-from-home options

Diversity, Inclusion, and Accommodations:  

At RVA, we are committed to fostering a workforce that reflects the diversity of the communities in which we operate. RVA is an Equal Opportunity Employer that considers applicants without regard to age, race, colour, national origin, citizenship, sex, sexual orientation, religion, creed, marital status, disability, or any other protected status. If you require any special accommodations, please advise Human Resources. Any information received relating to accommodations will be treated as confidential.

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  • 2001 Sheppard Ave E suite 300, North York, ON M2J 4Z8, Canada