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 Specialist, Air Emissions leads the management of the effects of oil and gas activities on air quality.
The Natural Resource Officer assesses, evaluates, manages and renders final decision by issuing permits and approvals under the land, forest and water acts. Authorizations are granted with respect to environmental reviews, consultation and notification requirements and agricultural reviews related to oil and gas industry applications. Assess, evaluate and make recommendations on applications under the Oil and Gas Activities Act and National Energy Board related to the oil and gas industry.
The First Nations Relations Advisor is accountable for leading the initiation, negotiation and implementation of
Commission initiatives to enable First Nations participation in the oil and gas activities permitting process.