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CareerMine Job Id:
791580 Job Summary
Regulatory and Stakeholder Relations Coordinator
Employer Job Id:
July 18, 2012
Canadian Natural Resources
August 7, 2012
Regulatory and Stakeholder Relations Coordinator
WORK WITH GREAT PEOPLE. ACCOMPLISH GREAT THINGS. CREATE YOUR CAREER PATH.
At Canadian Natural, we are proud of the achievements of our people.
Our goal has always been to run our business and run it well, executing on our projects and creating value for our shareholders. That is what we have focused on for the past twenty years, and it is what we continue to focus on. Today the efforts of over 5000 employees have helped us become a leading senior oil and gas exploration and production company.
Horizon Oil Sands
Horizon Oil Sands is an exciting part of our growth. Full production capacity for Phase 1 is 110,000 bbl/d of fully upgraded, light, sweet synthetic crude oil. We will see incremental production gains throughout the completion of future expansion and debottlenecking, with targeted full facility capacity of approximately 250,000 bbl/d. Further phases of expansion will bring the ultimate capacity to 500,000 bbl/d.
COMPETITIVE SALARY - STOCK OPTIONS - STOCK SAVINGS PLAN - ANNUAL BONUSES - BENEFITS - RELOCATION - COMPANY SPONSORED LOCATION PREMIUMS, FLY IN/FLY OUT ALLOWANCE AND SITE ACCOMMODATIONS!
See our Candidate Information Guide at www.cnrl-candidate-info.com to learn about our competitive compensation plan and much more!
This position is based in Fort McMurray, Alberta and is eligible for:
• Relocation to Calgary or Fort McMurray
• Company Sponsored Fly In/Fly Out and Camp Accommodation Program with charter flights available from Calgary or Edmonton
The Regulatory and Stakeholder Relations Coordinator will work closely with teams throughout our corporate and field operations to help ensure stakeholder and communications deliverables are carried out successfully in support of regulatory applications for oil and gas developments, including oil sands.
HOW WILL YOU MAKE YOUR MARK?
• Develop and execute an effective stakeholder consultation plan that reflects current regulatory requirements, stakeholder expectations and corporate objectives
• Prepare the public consultation components required to support regulatory process for new and modified oil sands projects
• Fulfill provincial and federal Aboriginal consultation requirements
• Prepare reports and documentation to regulatory agencies to demonstrate stakeholder consultation requirements were fulfilled. Documentation provided should withstand the scrutiny of a future regulatory hearing
• Use database to track progress with respect to stakeholder commitments
• Coordinate communication activities such as community workshops, open house sessions, and prepare newsletters, project updates and key messages
• Prepare timely responses to stakeholder enquires related to regulatory applications
• Manage consultants for the completion of Traditional Land Use studies and independent review of project applications and Environmental Impact Assessments
• Track costs associated with project specific stakeholder consultation activities relative to approved budgets
• Work with team members to build effective relationships with local stakeholders, including Aboriginal communities, near Canadian Natural developments
• Communicate with project team members on the status of community engagement activities in a timely manner
• Inform appropriate team members on opportunities and requests for community investment, business development and education/training sought by local communities
• Coordinate project specific stakeholder consultation activities with Surface Landmen and Stakeholder Relations Advisors
• Coach and mentor project team members to develop effective consultation and communications methods for stakeholder engagement
• Typically 10+ years of related industry experience with post-secondary education in a related field
• Familiarity with and understanding of:
o The oil and gas industry, preferably oil sands, along with an understanding of related regulatory and environmental matters
o Stakeholder processes along with demonstrated performance of working effectively with local communities
o Research, writing, listening, two-way dialogue and relationship building
o Regulatory requirements related to consultation
o Dealing with sensitive and/or confidential information
o Microsoft Office suite
HEALTH AND SAFETY:
At Canadian Natural, safety is a core value. We conduct all of our operations in a way that identifies, minimizes and mitigates harm to the health and safety of employees, contractors, the public and the environment.
Only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
Canadian Natural Resources Limited - CNRL - is a publicly traded company on the TSX and NYSE as CNQ.
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