Chloe Howard
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Chloe Howard

Divisional Leader, Shirley Parsons Canada

About Chloe

​​Hi there, I’m Chloe! I started with Shirley Parsons years ago in our LA office, fresh out of undergrad. Since then, I have had the opportunity to learn a lot and work with some amazing companies and some fantastic candidates across a variety of industries and sectors. Now, I am overseeing Shirley Parsons’ newest venture, Shirley Parsons Canada working to expand our business while growing our team internally. Based out of Toronto, we work across industry, sector, and vertical within HSEQ in Canada. During my time here, I have worked on Corporate Social Responsibility initiatives, attended multiple HSE conferences, worked on our Social Media presence, and planned many an outing for the team (or during the lockdown, a zoom game night).

When I am not working you can find me volunteering, playing with my dog-Jude, trying out a new recipe, or finding a new happy hour spot (bonus points if it is dog friendly and has good wine). I love exploring new places and cultures; you’ll often find me hoping on a team meeting from a different city.

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Environmental Consultant

$75k - 85k per year


A rapidly growing consulting firm is seeking a highly skilled Environmental Consultant to help clients achieve and maintain environmental regulatory compliance, primarily with stormwater regulations. The Environmental Consultant will be servicing the manufacturing industry, and should have a deep knowledge of environmental compliance as it pertains to manufacturing. The organization has an award-winning and collaborative company culture and ambitious growth plans, with many opportunities for advancement and leadership. This is a remote-based vacancy, with the expectation to travel throughout the nation 20% of the time.  The role: Prepare air, waste, and water permit applications and compliance reports for industrial clientsDevelop operational plans and reports such as Stormwater Pollution Prevention, TRI, SPCC, and Contingency PlansConduct on-site visits and inspections with clients, including delivering trainingWork collaboratively within the regulatory department to provide support for other technical areas of environmental compliance (water, waste, etc.) The candidate: Bachelor's degree (minimum) in Environmental Engineering or related discipline3+ years of comprehensive technical experience in environmental permitting and complianceQualified Industrial Storm Water Practitioner (QISP) certification preferredIndependent and self-driven, able to juggle competing priorities and thrive in a fast-paced environmentAbility to travel 20% for client site visits

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