It’s weirdly magical around here.

(We’ll only warn you once.)

We are always looking for people who are dynamic, entrepreneurial, exhibit strong leadership, take responsibility for their actions, have good judgement, are hard workers, love collaborating with a team, care deeply about the environment and the wellbeing of society, fill a niche related to environmental and regulatory processes, and, of course, know how to have fun!

Current Openings

Project Manager – Lands Department

If you have a degree in Natural Resource Management and a desire to work with a company who is commitment to doing good work in both their local and client communities, read on!  You have at least 3+ years of professional work experience as Project Manager on lands and resources, environmental, economic development, and/or regulatory projects and/or in a role such as Lands Manager, Lands Clerk, or Lands Coordinator working with Indigenous communities and experience managing planning processes including community engagement. If this sounds like you, please click below to learn more and to apply for the position. 

Senior Regulatory Specialist/Mining

The ideal candidate for this position will hold a Masters or PhD in Natural Resource Management, Environmental Planning, Environmental Science, Political Science or similar equivalent with 10+ experience.  Skills and experience working with First Nation, Métis, and/or Inuit communities is required for this role as well as an ability to direct and lead business development and sales efforts.  Click below to learn more.

Senior Aquatic Ecologist / Fisheries Biologist

Looking for a fun, inclusive and dynamic group of people to work with?! Look no further than SVS! We are currently looking to add a Senior Aquatic Ecologist/Fisheries Biologist to the team.  The idea candidate will have a degree in Fisheries Biology, Aquatic Ecology, Environmental Science, Natural Resource Management, or similar equivalent. 10-15 years professional experience working on hydroelectric, linear corridor (especially transmission line) and mining projects or experience involving complex water quality/aquatic ecosystem related issues.   Please click the link to learn more.


We encourage people with confirmed access to funding opportunities that would enable your role at SVS to send unsolicited applications.

The intention is to allow you to express interest in joining SVS in the near term (within roughly the next two years) and pitch us on the business case – from the standpoint of how you’d contribute to the growth and vision of SVS and how your role would be funded – without having to wait and hope for the right specific role posting.

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