Environmental Scientist (Vancouver, BC) Candidate Profile

Posted on November 7, 2013. Filed under: Candidate Profiles, Project management |

Candidate Profile

Many recruiters and employers come to ITtechExec and NoddlePlace looking for specific skills sets, and it is our aim to match our clients up with those needs. Therefore, toward that effort, we highlight some of our clients each week and share this post across all of our network.

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For the full resume or in an introduction to the client highlighted here, contact Stephen at Stephen@ittechexec.com directly.

Vancouver-based Environmental Scientist with 8 years of experience:

  • Registered Professional Biologist
  • MS in Environmental Science
  • BS in Environmental Science
  • Won multiple scholarships, grants, and awards
  • Author and co-author of several peer-reviewed journal articles
  • Presenter and speaker at environmental industry conferences and government symposia

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