This youthful and vibrant community is strategically located in the centre of the Peace Region. Dawson Creek is the natural transportation centre for the entire Peace and Northern British Columbia.
Over the past three years, Dawson Creek has seen over $72 million dollars worth of growth; a remarkable feat for a community of 12,500. With such success and prosperity, it is no wonder why Dawson Creek is called the Capital of the Peace.
The Dawson Creek office is home to a Resource Centre where landowners, industry and the general public can learn more about the history of the oil and gas industry, the current regulations and the latest technology.
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Current Opportunities - Dawson Creek
The Landowner Liaison proactively interacts on behalf of the Commission with community and landowners where petroleum and natural gas activities may or currently occur. The Landowner Liaison is responsible for programs that enhance positive relations among diverse parties on matters related to rights and terms of entry on private and agricultural leased lands, public engagement, and conflict management, ensuring oil and gas activities are conducted in accordance with regulations, standards and best business practices, to minimize impacts.
The First Nations Liaison Officer represents the Commission and supports/protects Crown interests and obligations through facilitating development and maintenance of productive working relationships between First Nations and corporate interests in the oil and gas industry. This position provides technical advice and assistance to First Nations groups concerning Commission programs, government policy, and processes such as are required to promote industry investment in oil and gas exploration and pipeline development and management in ways intended to secure and safeguard the aims, aspirations and rights of all parties; conducting consultation, negotiation, and mediation processes to foster project specific agreements between First Nations and corporate investors as they apply to exploration, production and pipeline projects on Crown Lands with First Nations interests.