Employment Opportunities

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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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

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

Auditor

  • 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.

Contracts Analyst

  • 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.

Directors

  • 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.

Environmental Analyst

  • 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.

Land Administrator

  • reviewing and processing land transactions
  • monitoring all financial obligations

Sample education requirements: Post-secondary certificate in land administration or land management, or equivalent.

Negotiations Facilitator

  • 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.

Petroleum Engineer

  • 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.

Petroleum Geologist

  • 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.

Petroleum Technologist

  • 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.

Policy Analyst

  • coordination of internal and external policies

Sample education requirements: Post-secondary education in a relevant field.

Project Manager

  • overseeing and managing all aspects of a project

Sample education requirements: Post-secondary education in a relevant field and Project Management Professional certification.

Royalty Analyst

  • 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.

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