Find out why you should work with us, how to apply for employment opportunities, and more about the positions within our organization.
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- No current openings.
Come work with us
- We provide meaningful work in the oil and gas and federal government sectors through serving our First Nation clients and collaborating with industry, and other provincial and federal governments.
- As a separate employer within the Government of Canada, we offer term and indeterminate employees:
- competitive salaries
- a comprehensive benefits package including dental and health plans
- an indexed pension plan
- a performance pay program
- a minimum of three weeks per year paid vacation time for full-time positions
- personal and family-related leave, including parental leave and top-up
- employee and family assistance program
- We provide multiple learning and training opportunities to build and strengthen our team's Indigenous Cultural Competency as part of our commitment to implementing the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada's Call to Action #57.
- We are also working towards enhancing internal strategies to support staff wellness and building diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging within our culture.
- We promote a life-work balance, and we offer full or partial teleworking options.
- Our office is located on the scenic Tsuut'ina First Nation lands, connected to the southwest ring road and close to local amenities like Costco, the Seven Chiefs Sportsplex, the City of Calgary trail network, and Fish Creek Provincial Park.
- As our office is on First Nation lands, we offer employment income tax-emption for eligible First Nation staff as outlined in Canada Revenue Agency's guidance.
How to apply
Jobs open to the public
- We post all advertised term and indeterminate employment opportunities open to the public on the Government of Canada jobs website.
- We only accept applications for these positions through this website.
- We recommend that you create a Government of Canada jobs account to search and apply for term and indeterminate employment opportunities.
- Additionally, you can save your jobs search or create email alerts.
Casual employment opportunities
- We accept resumes from individuals with related experience for the types of positions listed below who are interested in short-term (less than three months) casual employment opportunities.
Government of Canada jobs for Indigenous people
- See the Government of Canada jobs for Indigenous people website to find and apply to Government of Canada jobs and training opportunities for Indigenous people, including students, and graduates.
Summer student employment
- Occasionally, we provide post-secondary summer student opportunities.
- Potential summer student applicants are encouraged to apply through the Federal Student Work Experience Program (FSWEP).
- This website has additional information on Indigenous student employment opportunities and employment opportunities for students with disabilities.
Positions within our organization
- Below is an overview of general positions within our organization, an overview of their key functions, and a sample of the type of education typically required.
- See the Government of Canada jobs website for specific job postings, including job duties and essential qualifications.
- developing and monitoring audit programs
- verifying oil and gas prices, gas cost allowance, royalties, and authorized deductions
Sample education requirements: Post-secondary degree or other post-secondary education with certification or eligibility for certification as a professional accountant.
Administrative and executive support
- providing administrative and executive support services
Sample education requirements: High school diploma to post-secondary education in a relevant program.
Communications and organizational change management
- supporting internal and external communications
- building and maintaining relationships with First Nations, industry, and government representatives
Sample education requirements: Post-secondary education in communications, Indigenous studies, English, professional or plain-language writing, or other relevant programs.
Compliance and enforcement
- monitoring and tracking companies for compliance
- developing and maintaining compliance and enforcement procedures, guidelines, and policies
Sample education requirements: Post-secondary degree or certificate in environment, enforcement, law, economics, or business.
- drafting oil and gas contracts and amendments
- analyzing and interpreting existing land contracts
Sample education requirements: Post-secondary certificate in Land Administration or Land Management, or equivalent.
- strategic organizational direction, management, and oversight
Sample education and experience requirements: Post-secondary certificate and management and strategic development experience in oil and gas, regulatory oversight, government, Indigenous relations, financial services and management.
- reviewing applications and preparing environmental protection terms for surface agreements
- monitoring field operations for compliance
- reviewing remediation and reclamation applications
Sample education requirements: Post-secondary degree with a specialization in environmental sciences, biological sciences, forestry, wildlife, or agriculture.
Human Resource Specialist
- supporting the recruiting, hiring, retention and departure of staff
- overseeing all aspects of the administration of benefits
Sample education requirements: Post-secondary degree in business administration or a related discipline, ideally with a specialization in human resources management or human resource information management.
Information Technology (IT)
- supporting and managing our information technology and computer systems
- providing IT support to staff
Sample education requirements: Post-secondary education in information technology architecture, computer science or a related discipline.
- reviewing and processing land transactions
- monitoring all financial obligations
Sample education requirements: Post-secondary certificate in land administration or land management, or equivalent.
- facilitating negotiations of oil and gas contracts
Sample education requirements: Post-secondary degree or certificate in a related field and ability to be licensed as a land agent.
- preparing annual royalty forecasts
- completing reservoir engineering
- economic evaluation
Sample education requirements: Post-secondary degree in engineering and licensed as a Professional Engineer in Canada.
- conducting evaluations for lease continuances
- geological mapping
- conducting detailed geological reservoir studies
Sample education requirements: Post-secondary degree in geology and licensed as a Professional Geologist.
- providing technical support to engineering
- liaising with provincial regulatory authorities
- conducting field inspections
Sample education requirements: Post-secondary diploma in petroleum technology and eligibility for membership in the Association of Science and Engineering Technology Professionals of Alberta at the Technologist Level.
- coordination of internal and external policies
Sample education requirements: Post-secondary education in a relevant field.
- overseeing and managing all aspects of a project
Sample education requirements: Post-secondary education in a relevant field and Project Management Professional certification.
- end-to-end royalty administration processes
- reviewing and analyzing royalty data and assessments for monthly compliance and enforcement requirements
- support monitoring of royalty payments due and compliance from producing wells
- performing royalty reconciliations and data analytics from Petrinex information
- liaising with First Nations clients and industry representatives on royalty-related issues
Sample education requirements: Post-secondary education in accounting, commerce or finance with aspirations to possession of a recognized professional accounting designation.