Who We Are
Vertex Environmental Inc. is a specialized environmental contracting firm with a focus on groundwater and soil remediation. Here at Vertex, we work in a team-based environment, to offer innovative solutions to environmental problems.
We focus on in-situ and ex-situ remediation, including in-situ chemical oxidation (ISCO), in-situ chemical reduction (ISCR), enhanced bioremediation, and more. In addition to this, we use a variety of treatment systems, such as pump and treat (P&T), soil vapour extraction (SVE) and multi-phase extraction (MPE). Here at Vertex we also offer specialized High-Resolution Site Characterization (HRSC) services using various probes, and are able to perform in-house bench-scale testing and on-site pilot-scale testing.
Here at Vertex, our employees enjoy the challenge and the excitement of working together to successfully complete the work that we do. We take great pride in our work and remain experts in the field, constantly innovating and advancing our techniques and technologies. As our work is often different from job site to job site and sometimes is even new to the Canadian environmental marketplace, our employees have a high level of satisfaction constantly learning and evolving with new experiences
Current Job Opportunities
Vertex is in compliance with AODA Regulations and is an equal opportunity employer. For more information or to apply for any positions listed below please contact
Vertex Environmental Inc. is one of Canada’s leading environmental contracting companies that specializes in the treatment of soil, water, and vapour contamination.
Vertex has a need of a full-time Construction Dewatering Project Manager. The Project Manager would play a key role in Vertex’s Water Treatment division, and would be responsible for the design, and implementation of water treatment systems for construction dewatering and the remediation of contaminated sites. Work sites are located across Ontario with the majority in the Greater Toronto Area.
- Review of hydrogeological reports, engineering plans, and environmental site investigations to understand project requirements
- Visit active construction sites as well as client offices to understand project requirements and define scope of work
- Work with Vertex Design Team and engineers to scope and cost groundwater treatment and construction dewatering systems for a wide range of contaminants and dewatering treatment scenarios
- Communicate approach via detailed proposals, in-person meetings, and follow-up negotiations to secure water treatment contracts
- Implement water treatment and construction dewatering systems, and actively oversee the day-to-day operations of the systems
- Ensure compliance with various municipal and provincial permitting and sampling requirements
- Participate in creative troubleshooting of water treatment and construction dewatering issues and unique contaminant scenarios
Qualifications and Requirements:
- Minimum 5 years experience in the construction dewatering industry
- Experience with design and implementation of various dewatering systems
- Understanding of hydrogeology, contaminant transport, and groundwater treatment principles
- Ability to work within a Team environment (client, consultant, sub-contractors)
- Bachelors degree or CET in related discipline is an asset
- Competent with Microsoft Word, Excel, and Dynamics 365
- Physically capable of visiting active construction and remediation sites
- Valid G driver’s license
Vertex is a creative and expanding company that truly values a Team approach to solving complex water treatment and dewatering challenges. If this fits with your career goals, then we are interested in meeting you! Apply online today.
Vertex Environmental Inc. is one of Canada’s leading environmental contracting companies that specializes in In-Situ (underground) and Ex-Situ (above ground) Remediation, High Resolution Site Characterization, Air and Water Treatment Systems, Remedial Design and Bench-Scale Testing.
Vertex is always looking for great people and has a need for senior field staff at this time. The Senior Field Technician position is responsible for participating in and overseeing specialized field operations, assistant field staff, subcontractors and equipment. Many of our work sites are in Ontario, but we also do work across Canada on a regular basis. Most of the leading environmental consultants and general contracting firms across Canada look to Vertex to help solve their most challenging environmental issues.
Currently Vertex is offering positions for full time employment.
- Focus on Health and Safety
- Team player (client, consultant, sub-contractors)
- Desire to mentor / train others
- Able to maintain confidentiality
- Ability to work flexible hours and travel for extended periods of time, when needed (this is not a desk job!)
A background in the environmental or construction fields is an asset
Qualifications and Requirements:
- Valid G driver’s license and insurable
- Competent in operating heavy-duty trucks (i.e., ¾ and 1 tonne) and trailers
- Mechanically inclined (basic electrical, plumbing and carpentry skills)
- Working with pumps and small engines is an asset
- Forklift certification is an asset
Job Responsibilities include:
- Implementing and monitoring Health and Safety procedures in the field
- Leading on-site remediation work, including injections and soil mixing activities
- Working with on-site client (consultant) and Vertex’s Project Manager (PM)
- Working with and directing on-site sub-contractors
- Working with and supervising the Assistant Field Technician(s) on-site
- On site mixing of remediation chemicals and operating injection pumps
- Handling chemicals, recording notes, and communicating progress/issues to the PM
- Working safely around construction equipment (excavators, dump trucks, etc.)
- Cleaning and maintaining of trailers, trucks, pumps, and small engines
- Completion of job specific paperwork
Working at Vertex is the opportunity of a lifetime! If you fit the bill, then we are interested in you and look forward to welcoming you into the Vertex family! Apply online today.
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