Manager, Stakeholder Relations
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.
Senior Legal Counsel
The Legal Counsel: Assists staff and executive to interpret and implement legislation; Provides legal advice to Commission officials, senior managers and executive in corporate and oil and gas related matters and, where determined to be necessary, assists to coordinate requests for external legal advice; Represents the Commission at appeals before the Oil and Gas Appeals Tribunal; Instructs legislative counsel on legislative proposals; Provides briefings on legislative proposals to the Executive of the Commission, the Board, Ministry of Natural Resource Operations,
Manager, Heritage Conservation Program
The Manager, Heritage Conservation Program plans, manages, guides and integrates the management of heritage resources with oil and gas exploration and development at the provincial level. As the Commission’s expert, the position provides guidance on the protection and conservation of archaeological and heritage resources, and ensures compliance with the requirements of the Heritage Conservation Act in relationship to oil and gas activity.