Fort St John
Fort St. John, located in northeast British Columbia along the world famous Alaska Highway, is the centre of the province’s oil and gas industry. A vibrant community of 19,000 people, including many families with young children, it is not only one of the fastest growing cities in all of Canada but also is a great place to live, work, raise a family and retire.
The Commission’s Fort St. John office is the largest of five offices, and employs a diversified work force of over 120 employees.
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Current Opportunities - Fort St John
The Strategic Relations Specialist supports the development and leads the implementation of a broad range of initiatives related to the Commission’s work. This includes relationship strategies, relationship-building programs, business improvement projects, tools for supporting statutory decision-making, and various other products.
The Strategic Relations Analyst (Analyst) provides specialized support and expertise to the Commission’s executive, Strategic Relations Department, and other program areas through policy development, data management, research, analysis, verification of accuracy, interpretation, and information concerning the Commission’s respective priorities and strategies. This includes compliance with provincial policy direction such as implementation of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP). The role involves working closely with Commission staff in all divisions as well as first nations, industry, and government staff at the regional and provincial levels.
The Director is an innovative leader in a dynamic group that positively influences and coaches individuals at all levels of the Commission. This position is a crucial component of the Human Resources team, responsible for overseeing succession/talent planning, employee performance, and development. This role has cross functional accountabilities that includes implementing succession management through the development of corporate learning and development programs, cultural transformation and training throughout the Commission, and transactional human resource activities.
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.