People in academia always talk about industry and the “real world”, ever wonder what this is? Looking to be part of it?
Join us February 26th 2014 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m for the SEEDS 2014 Career Paths!
Career Paths is a career panel made up of working professionals that have agreed to come and answer all and any of your questions. Career Path: A career panel for the young environmental professional takes place on Wednesday, February 26th 2014 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. in the University Centre room 280 (UC280). You can reserve your spot by clicking here.
At the time of this writing, we have booked 3 panellists and are awaiting confirmation from a couple more. Each new panellist will be announced here upon confirmation.
The panellists, Camille Taylor, Justin Théoret, Mike Gerbis, will be speaking about their experiences in the job market since leaving University and will answer any questions you may have. Keep reading for a short bio of each of the panellists!
Camille Taylor is a project manager and senior air quality engineer at Golder Associates Ltd. and the past chair of the Air & Waste Management Association. She is a licensed air quality engineer in Ontario and Quebec with over ten years of experience in atmospheric science, air dispersion modelling, emission inventories, and environmental compliance. She has also been very involved in greenhouse gas inventories, reporting, validation and verification, and has performed assessments of carbon revenue potential from biomass to energy projects, completed greenhouse gas reports. Camille has a Bachelors of Applied Science in Chemical Engineering with an Environmental Option from the University of Ottawa. Ms. Taylor has completed a variety of air emission estimates and advanced dispersion modelling projects in support of regulatory compliance and environmental assessment.
Justin Théoret is a 2008 graduate of the Environmental Engineering program at Carleton University. Since that time, he has worked as an environmental specialist, focusing on soil management, hydrogeology, and wastewater and groundwater remediation. Justin has worked on two major transit projects in the Ottawa-Gatineau region, overseeing soil remediation, water treatment, and laboratory analysis, in addition to supporting project planning. He has also designed an alternate wastewater disinfectant system for the City of Niagara.
Joe Rogers As a key part of Delphi’s Climate Change services team, Joe provides technical support including quantitative analysis and the development of emission reduction project documentation and reports. Through his experience as a doctorate-level researcher in environmental chemical engineering, he has developed an extensive understanding of baseline and project emissions, and estimating overall emission reductions and removals. Joe is an expert in greenhouse gas and criteria air contaminant (CAC) emissions generated from combustion and the behaviour of trace elements during high-temperature processes.
Prior to joining us, Joe worked for a wastewater treatment technology company where he liaised with site owners and designing engineers, providing technical and regulatory information for treatment plant design and installation.
Full bio available at delphi.ca/company/our_people
Colin Welburn: Since joining RWDI in 2000, Colin has been involved in a wide range of air quality and noise impact projects. He has conducted over 100-assignments in air quality and acoustics, considering the full range of potential scales of potential impact, including indoor air quality, exhaust re-entrainment, fence-line evaluations, and regional airshed modelling. His projects have used a full range of tools including on-site measurement, physical scale (i.e. wind tunnel) modelling, computational dispersion modelling and photo-chemical modelling. Colin has extensive experience in projects related to risk communication and interaction with the public.
- Guest Panellists: Camille Taylor, Justin Théoret, Joe Rogers, and Colin Welburn
- Date: Wednesday, February 26th, 2014
- Time: 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
- Location: University Centre, Room 280
- Cost: FREE
- RSVP: Please RSVP here (not required but helps us)
** Free food! **