Employment Opportunities

Please see our current list of employment opportunities below. Click the link(s) for more information. We look forward to hearing from you if interested:
 

  • There are currently no positions listed
 

Why join our team?

We’re on a path to revolutionize our industry and are always open to collaborating with people who resonate with our mission and share our values.

With offices in Collingwood, North Brampton and Waterloo, Canada, the GREENLAND® corporate structure and entrepreneurial business plan cultivates career growth while providing opportunities for new team members. Opportunities are available to join our passionate and talented professionals as we continue to set high standards of performance, innovation and service by marketing our unique organization, niche technologies and products across Canada and overseas. Every day, we strive to create an inclusive workplace, where diverse perspectives are respected and all opinions matter. 

Our reputation is paramount because:

  • We each take ownership of what we do;  
  • We innovate;
  • We improve our communities;
  • We believe in the individual; and,
  • We succeed as a collective "GREENLAND® Team"


Interested to learn more about our current employees and team?

Check out this video profiling one of our engineers at GREENLAND®. It’s easy to see why Collingwood (head office location) is a great place to work and call home.
 


Accommodation for persons with disabilities will be provided, on request, to support candidate participation in all aspects of the recruitment process.  To request accommodation, please contact Human Resources at ext. 312.


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Client Testimonials

NRC-IRAP

I am writing to acknowledge the completion of a successful R&D project funded by the National Research Council’s Industrial Research Assistance Program (NRC-IRAP).

Your firm’s performance on the project was excellent, and your team was a pleasure to work with.

The CANWET product that you have commercialized since the end of the project represents a strong step forward in your field, and you should be proud.

We wish you well in the successful commercialization of the technology, and the continued growth of your firm which will contribute to the Canadian economy.

Doug Reed
Industrial Technology Advisor
NRC-IRAP

July 8, 2011
 

University of Guelph

The reappearance of excessive nutrient loading in Lake Erie and the subsequent algae blooms is an extremely complex issue and is quite different in nature than the previous phosphorous loadings in the 1970s. Unlike the issue in the 1970s, there are far more sources adding nutrients to the late and these sources are diverse in nature ranging from rural to urban. In order to understand the nutrient loading, both in the temporal and spatial domains, more complex analytic and predictive tools are required in order to help policy make sound, science based, and defendable solutions.

The University of Guelph is uniquely positioned to help address the issues around Lake Erie with long standing core strengths in both the agricultural sector and the environmental field. In conjunction with our partner, Greenland Consulting Engineers, and their watershed evaluation tool (CANWETTM), we believe that we have the engineering and technology to extrapolate CANWETTM from the watershed level up to the lake basin level and provide decision-making support for the entire Lake Erie basin.

Hussein Abdullah, Ph.D., P. Eng.
Director, School of Engineering
University of Guelph

January, 26 2015
 

Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada

In March of 2013, Greenland International Consulting Ltd. completed a study for Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada to estimate nutrient loading in small catchment of about 177 square kilometers in the La Salle River watershed in southern Manitoba using the CANWET 4 model. Given uncertainties in some input data and model parameters, the preliminary results using the CANWET 4 model for baseline conditions of stream discharge, nutrient concentrations and loads were satisfactory in our project team as simulated values were within the range of observed values during the validation period.

This study suggests the CANWET 4 modeling approach could be used to predict changes to nutrient loads from changing land use scenarios in watersheds of this region.

Jason Vanrobaeys
Senior Land Resource Specialist
Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada

 

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