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Career Opportunities | AIM Environmental Group

Who we are & what we do:

AIM Environmental Group (AIM) is an expert in the design and operation of organic processing and material recovery facilities. AIM is a single-source solution resource organization, working with several local, national, and international partners to provide solutions for many of today’s environmental concerns.

Current Career Opportunities:

Title Project Director
Location Halifax, NS
The Opportunity
PROJECT DIRECTOR. As the most senior project representative for HCR and reporting jointly to the limited partnership executives, the Project Director will lead, direct, drive accountability and performance management all necessary project charter and project plan deliverables for a $100 Million construction contract from inception through to acceptance and commissioning. This senior representative has full oversight of the financials, contractual obligations, and risk management across all project stakeholders and subcontractors. This individual will be the primary liaison between HCR and HRM and will set the stage for the customer engagement and communications model and be the face of HCR for all customer issues, complaints, or escalations. This individual will lead all reporting requirements and will be measured on performance monitoring and management to stated and agreed to performance indicators and critical success factors.

For additional information and how to apply CLICK HERE for the full job posting.

Title Manager – Technical Development
Delivery of Municipal Infrastructure For the Processing of Organic Wastes
The Opportunity

P.Eng or Masters in Environmental Sciences (Biology)

AIM is results-driven, environmentally conscious organization with a proven track record of success. AIM has a clear focus on delivering quality through our experience and technological innovation, generating a beneficial customer experience, and preserving our environment.

AIM Environmental Group Inc. is searching for a key leader for the development, management and delivery of new infrastructure projects or rehabilitation of existing infrastructure in a DBO, DBOM, DBOFM and PPP format.  AIM is currently a member of lead project teams that are qualified on projects in Nova Scotia, Ontario, Alberta and British Columbia for the supply of large scale municipal organic waste processing and energy recovery infrastructure.

The successful candidate would be someone with direct experience, or equivalent related experience in RFP based project pursuits, technical writing and design of biological waste processing infrastructure. The candidate would also have in-depth knowledge of anaerobic and aerobic digestion. The position will work closely with the operations and business development team and will report directly to the Division President. The candidate will have the opportunity to work remotely, reporting to Head Office located in Stoney Creek, Ontario, and will involve occasional travel throughout Canada, Europe and the United States.

Duties and Responsibilities (not limited to):

  • Develop and/or coordinate with bid teams for DBO, DBOM and DBOFM projects for the processing of organic municipal waste streams.
  • Being embedded in the pursuit team to assist in developing the basis for process design, internal and external process guarantees, plans, and clear and concise technical writing.
  • Ability to develop, manage and forecast delivery requirements for new projects in tandem with technology supply, operational costs, and associated capital lifecycle replacement budgets.
  • Work with technological partners and vendors to obtain specifications, literature and technical writing.
  • Be a knowledge leader for the treatment of waste, generation of energy and biological odour treatment systems.
  • Respond to RFI’s, RFQ’s and RFP’s in an individual and team setting.
  • Generate performance requirements, operating manuals and SOP’s for new projects.
  • Secure targeted projects that align with managements’ goals with the provision of both competitive technology supply, operational cost modeling and leading technical knowledge in responding to process areas for the anaerobic digestion and/or aerobic composting of organic waste streams resulting in winning proposals.
  • Maintain contacts with industry and technical leaders for integration of technologies to assist in securing of prequalified bid opportunities in DBO, DBOM, DBOFM and PPP Canada opportunities.
  • Set a visible and positive leadership example to promote empowerment of employees through coaching, mentoring, and two-way communications.

Education and Experience:


  • Professional Engineering, Masters in Environmental Sciences, or a combination of education and industry experience.
  • Minimum of 5 years of biological and technical experience with a focus on the processing of organic solid and liquid waste streams
  • Demonstration and experience in supporting and expanding existing infrastructure to implement new technologies.
  • Good understanding of environmental regulations


Minimum of 5 years of experience in a similar role.


  • Speak, read, write English.   German/Italian verbal skills an asset
  • Superior writing and technical writing and language skills
  • Oral communication skills in high level professional settings.
  • Ability to work and collaborate within a team environment, problem solving, decision making, job task planning/organizing, finding information, continuous learning;
  • Advanced skills to function in a Microsoft Office environment;
  • A sound knowledge all legislation related to waste management plus the ability to research and stay up-to-date with new legislation.
  • Strong negotiation and facilitation skills with the ability to pay close attention to details.

Email cover letter and resume to    Please reference Organics – Proposal Development


  • Base Salary: $TBD based on candidate
  • RRSP Matching of base Salary up to 5%
  • Standard Health Benefit
  • Bonus of up to 20% of base salary;  10% performance/success based 10% financial target based.
  • 4 weeks of vacation per annum


Work remotely as demands allow

Please Note: AIM Environmental Group is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to providing a barrier free recruitment process and work environment. Should you require any accommodation, please inform us by email or phone.

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