Engineer, Environment and Sustainable Development Environment and Sustainable Development Service

3 September 2020

Unionized permanent full-time position – 37.5 hrs. /week

Salary 2020 according to years of experience: $75 185,39 to $107 698,01


As a manager of important infrastructure, The Jacques Cartier and Champlain Bridges Incorporated (the Corporation) is a federal Crown corporation established in 1978 that is responsible for the Jacques Cartier Bridge, the Champlain Bridge, the Champlain Bridge Ice Control Structure, the Île des Sœurs Bypass Bridge, the federal sections of Bonaventure Expressway and the Honoré Mercier Bridge, as well as the Melocheville Tunnel.

Every day, the Corporation ensures a safe drive for thousands of users by managing, maintaining and repairing this important infrastructure for Greater Montreal. The Corporation also ensures that these critical structures remain safe, fully functional and aesthetically pleasing both today and in the future. It conducts construction, rehabilitation and reinforcement projects on the infrastructure under its responsibility and oversees the operation and maintenance of these structures.


Reporting directly to the Director, Environment and Sustainable Development, the incumbent actively participates in the department’s environmental and sustainable development action plan as well as in the achievement of objectives. These objectives include, among others, the following: implementation of the environmental risk assessment and control, environmental compliance, enhancement of biodiversity, characterization, inventory and remediation of the territory. In particular, the incumbent acts as a resource person for environmental assessment and actively participates in the development and implementation of the sustainable development strategy. He acts as a privileged interlocutor with external stakeholders, leads public consultations and coordinates interactions with stakeholders. He ensures the environmental compliance of JCCBI’s facilities and operations. He will be called upon to advise managers and employees in the project management, asset management, construction and operations and maintenance sectors.

As such, the incumbent provides technical support and assistance to the Director, receives and analyzes studies, requests from stakeholders, reports, drawings and specifications and recommends the appropriate course of action. The incumbent is responsible for managing environmental and other contracts and projects.


  • Advising the Director and other departments on all matters related to environmental assessment;
  • Providing assistance to the Director, the manager and other departments on the implementation of the sustainable development strategy;
  • Designing and deciding on mitigation measures in collaboration with the authorities;
  • Representing the Corporation as an environmental assessment expert in public consultations;
  • Participating in the development of procedures and protocols and supporting the internal teams on environmental compliance and in obtaining authorizations and permits;
  • Assessing environmental risks and developing control and monitoring measures;
  • Developing and maintaining relevant performance indicators;
  • Assisting the Director in the preparation of budgets in addition to producing periodic progress reports and indicator tables;
  • Providing assistance to the Director, notably by providing the relevant information in the preparation of various reports, methods or analytical grids and by ensuring the follow-up of initiatives, projects and/or structures;
  • Performing any other job-related tasks and duties.


  • Hold a Bachelor’s degree in Engineering and be a member in good standing in the Ordre des ingénieurs du Québec (OIQ;
  • A Master’s degree in a field closely related to the environment will be considered an asset;
  • Possess between four (4) and eight (8) years of experience in environmental characterization and remediation of contaminated sites;
  • Master federal and provincial environmental regulations;
  • Relevant experience in managing federal environmental effects assessment mandates will be considered an asset;
  • Experience in preparing environmental specifications (reference terms) will be considered an asset;
  • Demonstrated ability in monitoring and administering assigned contracts, including evaluating work, conducting meetings and negotiating payments;
  • Demonstrate initiative and autonomy;
  • Sense of organization and attention to detail;
  • Be aligned with objectives, know how to manage time and priorities to meet deadlines and report on them on a regular basis;
  • Demonstrate an ability to work in a team, to participate and contribute to the team’s efforts;
  • Be resourceful, curious and eager to learn;
  • Demonstrate the ability to exercise good judgment in decision making;
  • Knowledge of the following software: MS Project, Excel, Word, Outlook and Explorer;
  • Proficiency in written and spoken French, ability to communicate verbally in English.


Further your career in a stimulating and pleasant environment in a solid organization whose key values are teamwork, transparency, thoroughness, innovation and commitment.

The job location is easily accessible by public transit and automobile (parking available). We offer competitive compensation and a full benefits package, which includes a federal public service pension plan.

Join the Bridge family; send your resume and cover letter to:

Mr. Martin Mercier

Technogénie, Talent acquisition experts

[email protected]