Manager, Regional Monitoring – Oakville, ON


Dovre Canada Limited is pleased to offer the following opportunity: Manager, Regional Monitoring, located in Oakville, ON


Reporting to the Sr. Manager, Environmental, Social & Governance (ESG), the Environmental Monitoring Specialist is responsible for coordinating all marine and terrestrial monitoring programs for Sustainable Development, organising environmental working groups, and maintaining management plan updates. This role is accountable for reporting including reviewing external reports, and drafting content for internal reports.

Main Accountabilities

  • Support the implementation of the Sustainable Development Policy and Project Certificate commitments by coordinating all marine and terrestrial monitoring programs, administering environmental working groups, revising management plans to include key mitigations, and developing annual compliance reports; 
  • Support the implementation of corporate sustainability reporting and Towards Sustainable Mining reporting by leading the collection of information across the organization to satisfy designated criteria and standards for public reporting
  • Lead strategies and work with external parties to increase community-based monitoring initiatives;
  • Support the implementation of Project Environmental Management Systems by developing monitoring programs, reviewing results, and identifying the need for follow up in the form of adaptive management;
  • Manage staff by providing guidance and work direction, setting objectives, reviewing performance, determining training needs, and delivering disciplinary actions;
  • Prepare reports on environmental monitoring by translating reports with technical language into plain language and share with local communities and external stakeholders;
  • Lead meetings with various groups such as environmental working groups and community consultation meetings by coordinating the logistics and recording meeting minutes;
  • Coordinate the implementation of environmental field monitoring programs by collaborating with Site Environment staff and Operations team;
  • Perform administrative duties such as maintaining records of communications with external stakeholders & establishing processes to track commitment status for quarterly reporting;
  • Maintain up to date sustainability best practices for the department by conducting research and providing reports to the department;
  • Support client participation in technical conferences and industry associations;
  • Foster positive relationships with community members and leaders.

This list is not intended to be all-inclusive.  Other duties may be required.



  • Bachelor’s degree in sustainable development, environmental science, engineering or related field;
  • Master’s degree in sustainable development, environmental science, engineering or related field is an asset.


  • Minimum three (3) years of related work experience in the environmental or sustainable development field
  • Experience with Staketracker or other stakeholder relations management systems;
  • Experience with regulatory reporting and technical writing;
  • Experience working with contractors;
  • Experience with field monitoring programs. 

Skills & Competencies

  • Interpersonal Effectiveness skills:  Ability to influence the views and behaviour of others through persuasion and encouragement and manage conflict or other sensitive issues tactfully and effectively. Ability to adapt behaviour to a wide range of people such as diverse staff, clients and consultants.
  • Leadership/Management skills:  Ability to organise and direct workflow, operations, and employees to meet company goals.  Ability to motivate others, provide guidance, and set team direction, while creating an environment that lets employees work efficiently and productively
  • Analytical Skills: Ability to analyze data, identify trends, and draw meaningful conclusions. Ability to think critically, have attention to detail, and the capacity to make informed judgments based on available information.
  • Time Management/Organisation skills: Ability to efficiently manage time and prioritize tasks to ensure that work is completed effectively and deadlines are met.
  • Planning skills:  Ability to set priorities, plan the efficient use of resources, responds effectively to unforeseen events and achieve results in a quality, timely, and cost-effective way. Sets high but achievable standards for self and others.
  • Results/ Quality Orientation skills:  Sets high but achievable standards for self and others. Seeks opportunities to improve process and outcomes. Constantly reviews performance to identify areas to develop.
  • Ability to travel to remote northern locations, as required.


Dovre Group is an equal opportunity employer. We encourage applications from anyone meeting the requirements for this position.


For more information about the position above or working for Dovre Group, please contact:

Shauna Pierce 
Senior 360 Recruiter

Jessica Ellis
360 Recruiter



Job ID: #32377