Victoria is the capital city of British Columbia, Canada and is located on the southern tip of Vancouver Island off Canada's Pacific coast. The city has a population of about 80,017 within the metropolitan area of Greater Victoria, which has a population of 344,615, the 15th most populous Canadian metro region. The Victoria office is the second largest Commission office, employing over 60 employees. It is located in a LEED Platium certified building at Victoria’s Dockside Green development.
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Current Opportunities - Victoria
The Manager, Board Operations is responsible for providing services to the Board of Directors and to the Commission’s Management Team to ensure efficient and effective operations of the Board and its open and streamlined communications and relationship with Management as represented by the Executive. The Manager, Board Operations provides senior-level management support to the Corporate Secretary function performed by the Executive Vice President and Chief Legal and Regulatory Officer. The position demonstrates values and competencies in corporate governance, partner and stakeholder relations, effective internal and external communications, issue management and precision in documenting and reporting governance processes with integrity, confidentiality and respect.
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- 1 position in Fort St. John, Kelowna or Victoria
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The Strategic Relations Specialist (Specialist) supports the development and leads the implementation of a broad range of initiatives related to the Commission’s work including relationship strategies, relationship building programs, business improvement projects, tools for supporting statutory decision- making, and various other products.
The Specialist forges respectful relationships and helps enable the participation of First Nations & stakeholders in the permitting process of oil and gas activities, and ensures that the legal obligations of the Commission, as an agent of the Crown are met. The Specialist also conducts research and data analysis to provide expert advice to the Commission on recommended options regarding substantive and sensitive issues that influence the Commission’s regulatory role and supports the development and implementation of Commission policy, regulation, and legislation.
As an expert for the Commission, the Specialist builds relationships with First Nations, stakeholders, other ministries, government agencies, industry, communities, and the public.