This position will report to the Water Management Team Lead in the Logistics & Surface development division. This is a full time consulting position of indefinite term. The primary nature and scope of the position, and specific tasks to address include:
Support the Exploration and Productions Services (E&PS) Group, Area Environmental Advisors and Water Management Team with water management issues pertaining to environmental assessment, regulatory applications and monitoring regulatory compliancy in our ongoing operations;
Vendor management on Tight Oil/Gas projects requiring surface water, regulatory applications, assessment of baseline conditions, and hydrological plans;
Technical review of applications and testing requirements dealing with surface and subsurface water sources;
Support to the winter construction project requiring surface water including but not limited to; regulatory applications, assessment of baseline conditions and instream flow monitoring
Negotiating and liaising with landowners and regulatory stakeholders in regards to water issues, including complaints response, and testing;
Management of licensing and approval requirements for water use by the E&PS team located throughout Western Canada;
Review of emerging Surface Water policy and regulatory initiatives;
Review of water treatments technologies pertaining to the treatment and recycling possibilities in the drilling and completions operation;
Communication to various business units/departments and field personnel on current practices and policies related to water management.
This position is suited to a university engineering, environmental science, or related science graduate with 3-5 years of hydrological experience in the oil and gas industry. A graduate degree would be an asset. The position is mainly a field based position based in western Canada but will also provide some office support. The candidate will need to be technically sound regarding the current regulatory requirements and be able to provide logistical support on the field operations front. The position requires a commitment to keep current with federal, provincial, and territorial environmental regulations and industry best practices.
Additional qualifications include:
Experience with regulators and managing multi-disciplinary project teams;
Strong analytical/problem solving skills;
Strong communication skills;
Strong technical background and computer skills;
Self-motivated, able to work independently;
Excellent technical writing skills;
Stratum Energy will contact those applicants that best fit the job description above.
Thank you for your interest.