Reporting to the Lead, Stakeholder Affairs, this position is accountable to develop, foster and build upon effective and positive working relationships with key stakeholders, First Nation and Métis communities in support of PetroChina Canada’s operations, business goals, social license to operate and corporate reputation.
This position is based at PCC’s corporate office in Calgary and requires the incumbent to have high level of flexibility, as regular travel is a requirement of the role, as this position will be accountable to visit communities to engage with key stakeholders and occasionally work at PCC’s project sites.
- Develop, foster and build upon effective and positive working relationships with key stakeholders
- Assist in the implementation and tracking of all aspects of PCC’s Bi-lateral agreements (Impact Benefit and other community-based agreements)
- Deliver excellence in Aboriginal consultation services according to the policy, guidelines and procedures as required by the Government of Alberta’s Ministry of Indigenous Relations’ Aboriginal Consultation regulations in support of PCC’s Assets
- Coordinate and implement regulatory and community update meetings with First Nation and Métis consultation and administrative offices to satisfy PCC’s bi-lateral commitments and regulatory business goals
- Ensure the requisite tracking, recording and reporting of all consultation and engagement initiatives by using Staketracker software
- As required, implement and coordinate Aboriginal awareness training programs and assist in any community engagement and investment projects and programs being implemented by PCC
- Coordinate and actively participate in First Nation and Métis stakeholder community cultural events throughout the year
- Collaborate with PCC’s Supply Chain Management (SCM) and other internal departments in the execution of Aboriginal business contracting commitments and implement PCC’s policies and processes in support of local and Aboriginal business contracting
- Mange the tracking and reporting on engagement and business contracting spending between PCC, contractors, and local and Aboriginal communities
- Develop and maintain relationships with local and Aboriginal business leaders, contractors and companies, community consultation offices and key community members
- Support the implementation of a reporting system to track local and Aboriginal business engagement and contracting spend for all PCC’s assets, including with the general and prime contractors who are conducting work on behalf of PCC
- Clear and proven experience of 5-10 years in Aboriginal regulatory consultation, Aboriginal community engagement and community investment, local and Aboriginal business contracting and agreement implementation
- University degree in social sciences, humanities or related field
- Ability to understand and assess the current and predominant socio-economic, environmental, regulatory and legal issues facing the oil and gas industry from each of the Aboriginal, industry and government perspectives
- Ability to exercise considerable judgment and discretion in establishing and maintaining good working relationships with both internal and external stakeholders
- Must be familiar with current policies, procedures and trends regarding Aboriginal consultation in Alberta and specifically the oil and gas industry
- Ability to travel frequently and proof of a valid driver’s license
- Excellent communication skills, both orally, written and visually, as well as administrative and reporting skills required
- Ability to work independently and as part of a successful team environment
- Adoption and demonstration of PCC Values (Honorable, Unified, Passionate, Accountable)
To apply for this job please visit petrochinacanada.startdate.ca.