At Trojan Safety, we are seeking skilled Air Quality Monitoring Technicians to join our expanding team. As leaders in health, safety, and environmental services across Western Canada, we are committed to industry-leading practices and are looking for individuals who share our passion for excellence. We welcome highly motivated professionals to apply. While a background in environmental sciences or environmental protection is a plus, it is not necessary as we provide thorough training to operate our equipment. Understanding these fields is beneficial but not required for success in this role.

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About Trojan Safety

Trojan Safety stands at the forefront of the health, safety, and environmental services industry, offering innovative services that protect workers and safeguard industrial sites. Our comprehensive health, safety, and environmental solutions are tailored to the Oil and Gas, Mining, Pulp and Paper, Forestry, and Construction sectors throughout Western Canada.


Job Description

Air Quality Monitoring Technicians are essential to ensuring the integrity and reliability of ambient air quality data. These roles may involve maintaining and operating advanced monitoring equipment, data collection, data entry, and generating detailed reports. Joining the Trojan Safety team means working alongside industry-leading professionals in a supportive and dynamic environment. Our technicians assist in creating a safer environment by providing analysis of air pollution and addressing any concerns related to compliance.

Roles and Responsibilities

Key responsibilities for our Air Quality Monitoring Technicians include:

  • Maintaining air monitoring equipment according to manufacturers’ specifications.
  • Ensuring downwind air monitoring units are operational and ready for deployment.
  • Analyzing air quality data and compiling detailed reports.
  • Collaborating with a team of technicians to complete projects efficiently.
  • Working directly on revenue-generating jobs as well as in the shop maintaining equipment.
  • Communicating technical information clearly to non-technical stakeholders.
  • Ensuring compliance with air quality regulations to protect natural resources and human health.

Character Traits

The ideal candidates for these roles will demonstrate the following traits:

  • Leadership
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Attention to detail
  • Proficiency in understanding technical documents
  • Customer-oriented mindset

Physical Requirements

Given the demands of the position, candidates must:

  • Maintain a reasonable level of fitness
  • Be able to stand for extended periods and work in various weather conditions
  • Be able to work multiple consecutive shifts, including day and night shifts


  • Proficiency with Teledyne analyzers and other air-monitoring electronics
  • Thorough understanding of air quality regulations in BC and Alberta
  • Valid driver’s license and clean driver’s abstract
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Trojan Safety’s Core Values

The following values are at the heart of everything we do.

Show you care

Having a team that genuinely wants to help others is what we are all about—it’s why we love the safety business. We want to surround ourselves with people who take pride in going the extra mile and demonstrate courtesy, gratitude and humility.

Keep learning

If you’re no longer learning, it’s time to quit. Being curious about how things work and how to make them better not only makes the job interesting and engaging, it makes you more interesting and engaging. We are a team of innovators and “out of the box” thinkers. Where there’s a problem, there’s an innovative way to solve it.

Always on time

It’s about respect. On-time means you show up early and are ready to go before the promised start time. People notice when you’re on time, and they definitely notice when you’re late. Being on time is a key factor in building trust with our clients and co-workers. Let’s never violate that trust.


Being able to rely on your safety people goes without saying. We are well trained, and prepared and show up with the proper tools and equipment to get the job done right without excuses. If any issues arise, our clients can count on us to take care of them immediately.

It’s all about relationships

We live for great relationships, and in order to build those relationships, we consistently give more of ourselves than we ask of others. We inherently believe in putting our clients and colleagues first— it’s just the way we operate. We like people, we like having fun, and we love a good sense of humour, and it shows.

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Role and Responsibilities

Candidates should possess a diploma in Environmental Sciences. They should have a good understanding of electronics related to air monitoring such as Teledyne analyzers, and have a thorough understanding of the air quality regulations in both BC and Alberta. Candidates are expected to:
  • Maintain air monitoring equipment to manufacturers specifications
  • Ensure Downwind Air Monitoring units are functioning correctly, and ready for deployment.
  • Understand generated data, and be able to write reports associated with that data.
  • Research/Develop equipment associated to the business.
  • Work with a team of technicians to ensure projects are being completed efficiently.
  • Work directly on revenue generating jobs, as well as in the shop working on equipment.
  • Be able to communicate technical information effectively to non-technical persons.

Skills and Traits:

  • Leadership
  • Communication - both verbal and written
  • Attention to detail
  • Understanding of technical documents
  • Customer oriented
This is a safety sensitive position and the candidate must complete and clear a pre-employment drug test.

Job Features

Job CategoryAir Quality Monitoring
PayUp to $90,000.00 per year
BenefitsCasual dress, Company events, Dental care, Disability insurance, Extended health care, Flexible schedule, Life insurance, On-site parking
Schedule12 hour shift, 8 hour shift, Day shift, Night shift, On call
Supplemental pay typesBonus pay, Overtime pay
EducationBachelor's Degree (preferred)
Ability to RelocateGrande Prairie, AB: Relocate before starting work (required)
Work LocationIn person

Role and Responsibilities Candidates should possess a diploma in Environmental Sciences. They…