Job: Field Directors


H3M Environmental
Field Directors

Salary $33-$45 hourly
Location Fort St. John, BC


About H3M Environmental Ltd.

Operating across Western Canada, H3M Environmental provides field and permitting services that balance costs and risks to meet regulatory requirements, while bridging the gap between environmental stewardship and project development. As a full-scale and diversified service provider, H3M supports multiple energy sectors, commercial real estate, forestry, municipalities, and utilities. We support pre-construction, construction, and post-construction requirements of projects, managing our client’s assets from inception through to their retirement and reclamation. Taking a pragmatic approach to balancing land stewardship, project development, and economic sustainability.

Our mission is to bridge the gap between client needs and regulatory requirements.

Our vision is to be a trusted industry leader in balancing policy, regulation, environmental management, and land stewardship for development projects.

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About the Opportunity

H3M Environmental has exciting opportunities for multiple full-time Field Directors, based in Fort St. John, B.C.

The Field Director will be primarily responsible for project execution and client management to assist in H3M’s continued growth and diversification of client-focused services across Western Canada. You will assist with building and maintaining positive client relationships, focusing on providing top-quality service in regulatory expertise and following through on new business opportunities.

Your responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Design, manage, and execute various archaeological assessments and associated reporting in accordance with the BC Heritage Conservation Act and the needs of clients
  • Assist in the preparation of program execution plans for projects
  • Assist in the preparation of cost estimates, permit applications, and final permit reports, as required
  • Assist in H3M’s continued growth and diversification of client-focused services across Western Canada
  • Liaise with Indigenous communities to support participation and collaboration
  • Assist with building and maintaining positive client relationships, focusing on providing top-quality service and regulatory expertise
  • Train, mentor, and supervise internal staff and Indigenous participants aligned to H3M core values
  • Ensuring compliance of project activities with all relevant local, provincial, and federal environmental regulations
  • Assist in the preparation of applications, reports, work plans, protocols, and other documents to ensure conformance with regulatory and policy requirements
  • Maintain an understanding of applicable cultural heritage management regulations, guidelines, and associated industry practices within BC
  • Maintain an understanding of the forestry and oil and gas services pertaining to Cultural Heritage Resource management
  • Ensure the highest standards of practice are met when completing field assessments and cultural material collection

About You

We’re seeking a dedicated professional with a Bachelor’s or technical diploma in Archaeology or Anthropology and at least 3+ years of relevant archaeological experience, preferably in the subarctic boreal forest.

Due to the nature of the role, a valid Class 5 Driver’s License is essential.

Preference will be given to members of the BCAPA and those eligible for Subarctic Boreal Forest Field Director or Permit Holder status. Proficiency in Microsoft Office and a working knowledge of the oil and gas industry in BC are valuable assets.

Field Directors with Interior Plateau or Coastal Region certificates will also be considered.

In addition to technical qualifications, we value:

  • Comfortable working in remote locations with high physical demands
  • Experience in supervising small crews
  • Being comfortable on a variety of transport vehicles (ATVs, helicopters, snowmobiles, etc.)
  • Knowledge of cultural heritage regulations, guidelines, and associated industry practices

In addition to technical qualifications, we value strong leadership and decision-making skills, with exceptional interpersonal and communication abilities. You are adaptable to different environments and open to feedback, input, and encourage collaboration among team members.

What We Offer

For your dedication and expertise, we offer a competitive hourly rate of $33-40, or $38-45 for Permit Holders, evaluated based on your skills and experience. Joining our team also means receiving the following:

  • Employer-paid comprehensive extended health & dental benefits
  • Health & Wellness Spending Accounts
  • Paid sick days
  • Flex and Loyalty Days off – loyalty days are given out after 1 year of employment
  • Free onsite parking
  • Tuition and professional dues reimbursement
  • PPE allowance (job-specific)
  • Vehicles provided
  • Fun office culture and upbeat environment, with frequent team-building and employee appreciation events!

This is your chance for exciting career development and the opportunity to develop your experience with a company undergoing exceptional growth – apply now!


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