Samantha Bilske is an environmental health specialist for CTEH® with more than 12 years of experience and a skillset including technical knowledge ranging from maintaining and utilising scientific equipment to planning, executing, and managing contaminated sites investigations. She has a demonstrated ability to manage both people and projects while building and maintaining strong professional relationships with colleagues and clients. Over the course of her career, she has served in various roles within the environmental industry, and has worked with a diverse client base to develop monitoring solutions and achieve the best possible outcome for each client’s unique requirements. She is a highly motivated and technically minded individual, with an extensive practical skill set obtained through past employment, personal interests, and life experiences. Her key strenghts include setup, installation, calibration, use, and maintenance procedures of technical instruments; proven experience in client relations and business development; and experience in dealing with the safety, health and confidentiality components associated with contaminated sites and hazardous materials. She has worked with reporting and invoicing systems, has led teams, and values integrety and the development of strategic partnerships with all stakeholders.
Samantha earned her bachelor’s degree in health science (environmental health) at Edith Cowan University. During her final year of study, she had a 15-month environmental health cadetship at the City of Joondalup’s local government.
B.S. Environmental Management, Conservation Biology, Edith Cowan University Perth, Australia
B.H.S. Environmental Health, Edith Cowan University Perth, Australia