Camille Oliver is a senior environmental scientist who has over 10 years’ experience working in private consulting and for the State Government within the Department of Environment and Science (DES) and Department of Transport and Main Roads (DTMR).
Camille has gained extensive knowledge in identification of potential environmental risks and environmental auditing. She has technical knowledge of a wide variety of industries and environmental issues, including erosion and sediment control (ESC), contaminated land, extraction, sewage treatment, waste management, air and water quality management. Through this experience, Camille has acquired a strong working knowledge of legislation and regulatory requirements and an advanced understanding of these functions principally within Queensland.
Camille has had the opportunity to work on projects during the planning, design and construction phases, including development of environmental scoping reports (ESRs) and construction environmental management plans (CEMPs). Camille also has been involved in obtaining environmental approvals and the development of species management programs (SMPs).
Camille has a background in aquatic ecology and environmental water investigations. She has completed scientific investigations for a range of purposes, such as compliance monitoring, biological impact monitoring, environmental impact assessment, species monitoring programs, baseline surveys, research and development, general investigations, and desktop/literature reviews. Camille has also recently undertaken a project engaging with traditional owners for the development of a structure plan.
Camille is passionate about increasing the scientific understanding of aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems to allow the better adaptive management of these environments by governments, organisations and communities. Camille has strong interpersonal and communication skills that allows her to develop strong relationships with her clients and stakeholders. Camille prides herself on consistently delivering high quality reports and her technical skills across a broad range of environmental areas allows her to deliver effective and innovative outcomes for projects.