Our client, a market leading integrated oil company is looking for an Intermediate Environmental Applications Advisor to support the client’s assets in developing regulatory submissions for existing and new downstream, midstream, and upstream oil and gas developments in Alberta and Saskatchewan (including thermal assets). This is a 12- month contract located out of their head office in Calgary.
What you will be doing…
- Provide support to project teams on environmental and regulatory requirements for asset development/change planning.
- Work with project teams to prepare regulatory applications, amendments and notifications under the Alberta Energy Regulator (AER) Oil Sands Conservation Act (OSCA), Oil and Gas Conservation Act (OGCA), Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act (EPEA), Saskatchewan Oil and Gas Proposals (OGP), Impact Assessment Act (IAA), Canadian Energy Regulator (CER) and other regulatory requirements as requested.
- Support / manage execution of Environmental Assessments (EA) or Environmental Impact Assessments (EIA) and communicate appropriate mitigations as part of regulatory submissions.
- Communicate, track and manage regulatory deliverables required for application completion including requests for information (RFIs), inputs required from internal subject matter experts, consultants, and budgets.
- Provide support for project compliance requirements and prepare documentation to support stakeholder consultation as requested.
- Maintain environmental commitments and regulatory registries.
- Support document management requirements for regulatory documents and correspondence.
- Assist in development of corporate standards and procedures.
What you will need to succeed…
- Bachelor's Degree in Environmental Science, Biology, Geology, Engineering or equivalent.
- Professional designation such as P.Ag., P.Biol., P.Geol., P.Eng, or designation in progress or open to getting one.
- Practical experience in supporting and coordinating Environmental Assessments (EA) or Environmental Impact Assessments (EIA) and associated mitigations (5-10+ years).
- Practical experience in preparing regulatory applications or submissions (5-10+ years).
- Practical knowledge of the Oil and Gas Industry in Alberta and Saskatchewan (5-10+ years) with understanding of relevant environmental regulations and standards applicable to upstream oil and gas development, including those relevant to Oil Sands, thermal projects, and midstream projects including pipelines (5-10+ years).
- Project management experience (5-10+ years).
- Regulatory liaison experience (5-10+ years).
- Exceptional interpersonal and communication skills to effectively interact with a variety of personnel, and other industry participants, both internal and external.
- Strong technical writing with the ability to draft clear and concise documents.
- Strong analytical and problem-solving abilities.
- Ability to work independently as well as part of a multi-disciplinary team.
- Effective time management skills.
- Experience in public speaking and presenting.
- Strong technology skills in MS Office.
- Willingness to be flexible regarding task and project requirements, as necessary.
- Consulting experience is an asset.
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