Land Administration Analyst

Oil & Gas
Sarnia, ON
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Our oil and gas client in SARNIA, ON is looking to hire a Land Administration Analyst for a 12 months contract role with possibility of extension.


What you will be doing…


       •   Track LP and Gas dig package changes, update the files and ensure information is supplied to the Sr. Analyst and Supervisor.

       •   Maintain landowner tract files, both hard copies and electronic files. Ensure accuracy of landowner records, corresponding alignment mapping and CORE Landowner Information Database.

       •   Maintaining all land, lease and cost records including annual landowner payments within the respective Region through Archibus program to ensure consistent, high-quality data with established standards.

       •   Work closely with Land Info Mgmt. Advisor to provide feedback, input and testing of software improvements and updates. Identify and report software deficiencies and technical difficulties to improve functionality.

       •   canning, uploading and organizing the Regional LP and Gas integrity digs land files into the CORE database.

       •   Provide assistance to Crossing Analyst, Sr. Analyst, as required

       •   Analyze, track and maintain all Land Agents monthly cheque Reconciliations and supporting back up documents.

       •   Perform necessary general duties of preparing general reports/documents.

       •   Work order creation and revisions as required by the Sr. Analyst or Supervisor.

       •   Comprehensive use of internal data bases for retrieval of landowner information for LP and Gas integrity digs.

       •   Complete weekly cheque reconciliations and input financial information to accounting.

       •   Prepare cheques for timely payments of damages due to landowners.

       •   File closeout and preparation for filing/handoff to regions, offsite storage.

       •   Communicate with Land & ROW staffsupport if/where required.

       •   Utilize Geographic Information System (GIS) tools for coordination and execution of the Integrity Dig Program.

       •   Research province and county records for land interest when required.

       •   Conduct title research for all land related information to determine ownership of property, easements, interests etc.


What you will need to succeed…


Must Have Skills:

       •   Proficiency in Word processing and written communication.

Nice-To-Have Skills:

       •   Land Administration background.


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