First Nations Monitoring & Liaison Advisor
The First Nations Monitoring & Liaison Advisor (Advisor) is accountable for leading the initiation, negotiation and implementation of agreements to enable First Nations participation in regulatory and stewardship monitoring of natural resource development activities. The Advisor forges strong working relationships with First Nations and ensures agreements are successfully negotiated and implemented throughout all stages of the agreements, including implementation of recommendations and requirements and monitoring of outcomes.
Review Approval Resource Officer - Closing Extended
The Review Approval Resource Officer provides management services, specialized support and technical expertise to project reviews, and renders complex statutory decisions on industry proposals for complex provincial oil and gas development applications. The incumbent holds delegated approval authority on routine and complex permit authorizations on standard industry applications.
Executive Director, Resource Development & Environment
The Executive Director, Resource Development and Environment is responsible for overall direction and leadership of the Commission’s role in ensuring responsible development in the oil and gas sector and fostering a healthy environment.
Specialist, FOIPP & Information Management
Reporting to the Director, Records & Information Management, the Specialist, FOIPP & Information Management supports the Commission in meeting its legal obligations under the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FOIPPA) and Information Management Act (IMA) through the daily management and administration of Freedom of Information (FOI), proactive release, document discovery, privacy compliance, and information management services.