Do you want to be part of an ambitious project to power the global electrification movement?
Are your sustainability values stimulated by a culture of innovation and a constantly changing work environment?
Do you want to be involved in developing and growing a strong Québec company?
You’re in the right place!
We’re looking for an Environmental Coordinator to effectively implement environmental compliance, deploy an environmental management system (EMS) at our operational sites and prepare authorization requests.
Reporting to the VP, Environment & Sustainable Infrastructure, you’ll incorporate environmental aspects into technical and strategic projects for Nouveau Monde Graphite’s activities in Saint-Michel-des-Saints (SMDS) and Bécancour while engaging with team members to uphold environmental compliance obligations.
YOUR SKILLS PROFILE
Every individual has a unique profile. We’re above all looking for authentic and visionary people to help us fulfill our mission.
We encourage anyone who identifies as part of a minority group or who has had a unique career path to apply. Our diversity, equity and inclusion efforts are reflected in our recruitment and career management practices.
POWER UP YOUR CAREER
Nouveau Monde Graphite wants to drive the energy revolution with advanced eco-friendly graphite materials for electric vehicles and clean technologies.
We integrate principles of sustainability, innovation and collaboration into every part of our business, from our mine to our battery materials plant. All-electric mine. Carbon-neutral operations. Responsibly extracted and processed materials. Partnership approach with Firts Nations and communities. Greener future.
Nouveau Monde Graphite is committed to building a diverse and inclusive team, providing a dynamic and innovative environment, and fostering teamwork and creativity. Whether you work in the city or in nature, we give you the flexibility you need for a fulfilling work-life balance.
Job status: Permanent, full time
Location: Montréal and/or remote work. Occasional travel to operational sites in SMDS and Bécancour.