Our Calgary based energy client has an immediate need for a Regulatory Technician. This would be a one (1) year contract position with a very good chance of extension.
The role of the Regulatory Technician is to facilitate, administer and regulate the licensing of facilities and pipelines for the construction, maintenance, and improvement projects. Regulatory Technicians are responsible for creating accurate and compliant public notification documents and facility and pipeline applications, in addition to reviewing and compiling audit documentation in order to meet or exceed all regulatory requirements while ensuring these deliverables satisfy project deadlines. As a Regulatory Technician, you will liaise with various departments and government bodies within Western Canada.
This will be a 1-year contract starting as soon as possible, with a strong possibility of extension.
- Promote Compliance Assurance and Regulatory Advocacy
- Strong working knowledge of AER Directive 056 and associated Acts, Regulations, and Directives
- Facilitate the submission of accurate and timely facility and pipeline applications for new construction
- Facilitate the submission of accurate and timely license amendments for existing facility and pipeline licenses
- Prepare public notification letters
- Interpret PFD's and Plot Plans for submission compliance
- Working knowledge of AER Manual 001, 005, and self-audits
- Liaise with Engineering, Land, Construction, Technical Services, Environment, and emergency response departments
- Liaise with Government Regulatory agencies
MUST HAVE Qualifications:
- 5+ years experience in the oil & gas industry
- 5+ years experience with Facility and Pipeline Licensing (Well Licensing is an asset)
- 5+ years experience working with regulatory requirements in Alberta
- Strong understanding of governmental infrastructure and processes in relation to oil and gas development
- Strong working knowledge of the AERs DDS and OneStop systems
- Effective interpersonal communication, analytical, and problem-solving skills
- Detail-oriented with a strong ability to adhere to deadlines and regulatory requirements
- Excellent communication (oral and written)
- Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively
- High degree of initiative, self-motivation, and adaptability
NICE to HAVE Qualifications:
- Oil & Gas related diploma or certificate
- Canadian Association of Petroleum Production Accounting (CAPPA) or Canadian Association of Petroleum Land Administration (CAPLA) designation
- H2S Alive and First Aid Certification (will need to be able to complete both upon being hired if selected for the role)
- Experience working with regulatory requirements in Saskatchewan and/or British Columbia
- Working knowledge of Kermit (BC), AMS (BC), and/or IRIS (SK)
- Experience using electronic document management software
- Experience using SAP
- Experience using Wellview or similar
- Experience using Accumap or similar
- Experience using Abadata or similar
- Experience using Petrinex or similar
If you bring the mentioned skills and experiences to the table, then we would love to chat you!
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