As an ERS student, environment consultant Jeremy Bannon, worked a coop term for Natural Resources Solutions Inc. Today, he is a Terrestrial and Wetland Biologist/Arborist with the same company, hiring coop students of his own. Join him to learn how to turn co-op opportunities into permanent positions, how to make your application stand out on the resume pile and how to cater your skillset for your own dream job.
Join us Monday, March 14, 2022
5:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. ET
Zoom - link will be provided upon registration
Submit your questions for Jeremy when you register or ask them during the event.
Jeremy Bannon (BES 2014, ERS)
Terrestrial and Wetland Biologist/Arborist, Natural Resource Solutions Inc.
Jeremy is an Environmental Consultant, ISA Certified Arborist, and Project Manager who focuses on properly integrating urban developments with natural features and the greater urban forest. This includes identifying environmental impacts, providing arboricultural expertise, and designing restoration planting plans. Jeremy is certified in the Ecological Land Classification (ELC) system for Southern Ontario, is qualified in the Ontario Wetland Evaluation System (OWES), is an International Society of Arboriculture (ISA) Certified Arborist, an ISA Qualified Tree Risk Assessor (TRAQ), and a Butternut Health Assessor (BHA). His role extends from preliminary design to detailed design, approval, and on-site management to ensure the final implementation of environmental protection measures. This has resulted in experience assessing the interactions between the urban environment and natural features that comprise the urban forest. Jeremy routinely provides recommendations for tree protection, mitigation, and preservation.
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