Specialist, Regulatory

Specialist, Regulatory

Website NorthRiver Midstream Inc.

NorthRiver is proud of our employees that come to work every day ready to deliver value to customers and communities in British Columbia and Alberta.

Company: NorthRiver Midstream Inc.
Department: Legal – Regulatory Affairs
Location: Calgary, AB or Fort St. John, BC
Employee Type: Full Time
Travel: Some travel to field offices may be required
Safety Sensitive: No

NorthRiver Midstream (NorthRiver) is one of North America’s leading gas gathering and processing businesses. With operations in Northeast British Columbia and Northwest Alberta, NorthRiver provides connectivity for its customers to major demand markets including the U.S. Pacific Northwest, U.S. Midwest and Western Canada.

NorthRiver’s assets include 13 owned and operated gas processing facilities and related assets throughout the Montney in Northeast British Columbia

To learn more about us, visit http://www.nrm.ca.

We are actively recruiting for the role of Specialist, Regulatory. Reporting to the Manager, Regulatory, this role will support and report on compliance-related activities and data related to NorthRiver’s Management System (MS) including corrective action development and tracking, and coordination of internal and external audits. This role will also support NorthRiver’s liability management and asset retirement obligations.

Key Responsibilities and Accountabilities
Project Approvals
Advise and assist on all aspects of regulatory applications, including reviewing and drafting notifications, applications, amendments; preparing and reviewing information requests; drafting responses to stakeholder interventions; and submitting regulatory filings.

Support the development of regulatory strategies for all aspects of federal and provincial project approvals; Assist NorthRiver’s Indigenous and Community Relations team in relation to Indigenous engagement, consultation and accommodation obligations as needed;

Assist with due diligence related to a potential asset, share and joint venture transactions.

Regulatory Advocacy
In collaboration with Government Relations, meet with government and regulatory officials and Indigenous and local communities as required to support the Company’s regulatory applications;

Participate in regulator consultations and industry associations and forums as appropriate, both to influence regulatory policy development as well as be informed about potential changes;

Proactively communicate policy development initiatives within the Company as appropriate.

Qualifications

  • Curious, creative and innovative.
  • Strong time management skills and organizational skills.
  • Specific knowledge and experience of federal and provincial regulatory requirements (laws, guidelines and practices) and systems; particular expertise in British Columbia with the Oil and Gas Commission and the AMS will be considered an asset.
  • Ability to develop positive working relationships with all levels of the organization.
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills, exceptional listening, good oral and well-developed written communication skills and excellent attention to detail.
  • Ability and willingness to travel to field locations in Northeast British Columbia and Northwest Alberta.

Comments:

This is a high growth, fast paced organization. The ability to be productive and successful in a busy work environment is critical.

The above profile is intended to describe the general content of, and requirements for, the performance of this job. It is not to be construed as an exhaustive statement of accountabilities, qualifications, or other aspects of the job.

At NorthRiver Midstream we embrace a culture of diversity and inclusion with equal access to opportunities based on individual merit by creating an environment that encourages all employees to contribute their unique capabilities and perspectives.

We accept applications online via our Careers page; http://careers.nrm.ca.

We appreciate your interest in working with us; however, only those applicants selected for interviews will be contacted.

Final candidates for this position may be required to undergo a security and background screening, including a criminal records check.