This youthful and vibrant community is strategically located in the centre of the Peace Region. Dawson Creek is the natural transportation centre for the entire Peace and Northern British Columbia.
Over the past three years, Dawson Creek has seen over $72 million dollars worth of growth; a remarkable feat for a community of 12,500. With such success and prosperity, it is no wonder why Dawson Creek is called the Capital of the Peace.
The Dawson Creek office is home to a Resource Centre where landowners, industry and the general public can learn more about the history of the oil and gas industry, the current regulations and the latest technology.
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Current Opportunities - Dawson Creek
The First Nations Liaison Assistant provides technical support to the Applications department by assisting in activities to ensure the Commission’s relationships with First Nations are maintained, and assists with the implementation of Commission processes required to accommodate the Crown’s legal duty to consult with First Nations on oil and gas applications.
The Manager, Stakeholder Relations possesses expertise in engagement processes as they relate to stakeholders affected by the oil and gas industry. The incumbent provides advice and guidance to internal and external stakeholders regarding effective engagement and provides leadership in building collaborative working relationships with stakeholders through strategic planning processes. The Manager routinely investigates and follows up on issues that are often controversial and represents the Commission on external committees requiring a high level of tact and diplomacy.