Ever wonder what an environmental engineer does or what it means to be a sustainable architect? Use the occupational profiles to find answers to these questions and more.
Each occupational profile gives you a snapshot glance at the profession, including job duties, work environment, educational requirements, and career opportunities.
SEARCH CAREERS BY ENVIROSTREAM
Does a particular area of the environment interest you? Search careers by nine EnviroStreams including air, water, land, animals, and more.
SEARCH CAREERS ALPHABETICALLY
Have a particular career in mind and want more information? Search alphabetically to find your enviro-dream job!
SEARCH CAREERS BY INTEREST
Not sure what career you're best suited for? Use ECO Canada’s Interest Matching Tool to help you find the environmental career that’s right for you!
VIEW ROLE MODELS
Read about the first-hand experiences of the professionals working in the environment industry, and what advice they have to offer you.
WASTE MANAGEMENT SPECIALIST
Waste management specialists plan, implement, and coordinate waste management systems that are designed to maximize waste prevention, reuse, and recycling opportunities.
Meteorologists are atmospheric scientists. They continually analyze vast amounts of data, including surface and upper air observations of temperature, wind, pressure, and humidity.
Conservation officers have a variety of responsibilities, including promoting compliances with environmental legislation through public education, public involvement, and environmental awareness.
Marine biology is the study of marine or saltwater organisms. Marine biologists study everything from single-celled bacteria to the blue whale and giant kelp.
ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ANALYST
Environmental assessment analysts research and analyze environmental data and information for the preparation of environmental assessment reports.