New Job Land Analyst In Alberta
Company : Jobssummary / Indeed
Salary : $4,086–$5,023 a month
Location : Alberta
Job Requisition ID: 36687
Full or Part-Time: Full Time
Hours of Work: 36.25 hours per week
Scope: Open Competition
Closing Date: January 20, 2023
Classification: Legal Administration 2
The PNG Tenure Branch plays a key role in the development of the petroleum and natural gas, and pore space resources of Alberta. The Branch interacts with a number of other branches and relies on a number of integrated systems as it manages all aspects related to issuing the related subsurface agreements or authorizations and the management of them throughout their lifecycle.
The Agreement Administration unit of PNG Tenure administers a number of business processes related to various encumbrances registered against mineral/pore space leases and licences. The unit also plays a key role in monitoring eligibility of Alberta registered companies and collaboratively works with Energy’s Legal Services team to resolve insolvency issues in accordance with the applicable legislative, regulation, policy, or procedural requirements.
Are you an enthusiastic, energetic, and experienced administrative professional who enjoys working in a fast paced, high volume workplace? Do you pride yourself on your exceptional organization and communication skills? Do you have excellent judgment and enjoy working independently? If so, this dynamic role may be for you!
Reporting directly to the Unit Team Lead, the Land Analyst must be detail oriented, analytical, collaborative and highly organized as they are responsible for making decisions that have a direct impact on industry and the development of PNG and pore space resources within the province. Their primary responsibility is to review, analyze and respond to industry requests and process applications using their technical skills and knowledge.
This position processes encumbrances and transfers of mineral tenure agreements. In addition, the Land Analyst reviews, coordinates and works with court appointed receiver managers to manage assets when a company goes into bankruptcy/receivership/credit protection arrangement along with serving notices of corporate ineligibility. This includes making recommendations for cancellation, processing cancellation of mineral agreements and triggering abandonment notices by the Alberta Energy Regulator.
When initiating or recommending changes, the Land Analyst interprets and applies various legislation, regulations and department policies. They must also have a comprehensive understanding of legal documents relating to land, mineral rights, and agreements. They will interpret and amend agreements, and analyze and resolve situations brought forward by stakeholders and other departmental staff.
To be successful in this role, you must have following skills:
- Demonstrate excellent written and verbal communication skills to efficiently work with Alberta’s PNG industry, Land Agents, Legal Services, Alberta Energy Regulator, and Auditor General staff etc.
- Analytical skills to assess options and implications.
- Sound judgment and creative approaches to solve problems and make decisions.
- Ability to interpret and apply appropriate legislation to routine situations.
- Technical skills to analyze and decipher information on maps, reports and geological notations.
- Proven high integrity to maintain confidential information and manage financial transactions.
- Strong knowledge of Excel to provide statistics, analyze date and create reports.
- Minimum two-year diploma in either Legal, Land Administration or Business Administration.
- Minimum one year progressively responsible related experience
- Directly related education or related experience considered based on one year of education for one year of experience; or one year of experience for one year of education.
- Excellent verbal and written and communication skills.
- Strong computer skills and proficiency with MS Office and SharePoint.
- Understanding of the business processes and systems required within PNG Tenure such as: Alberta Mineral Information System (AMI), Electronic Transfer System (ETS), and Corporate Accounting Reporting System, (CARS2).
- Knowledge of relevant Acts and Regulations including but not limited to of Mines and Minerals Act, Prompt Payment and Construction Lien Act. Petroleum and Natural Gas Tenure Regulation, and the Mines and Minerals Administration Regulation.
- Knowledge of the Alberta Survey System and Geological Table of Formations.
$2042.85 to $2,511.73 bi-weekly ($53,318.38 - $65,556.15/year)
Hours of Work:
- 36.25 hours per week (full time)
Term of Employment:
- This position is a permanent, full-time position.
- 9945 108 Street NW Edmonton, Alberta, T5K 2G6
- Please outline how your experience as it relates to the qualifications in detail in your cover letter.
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- Leadership and mentorship programs.
- Professional learning and development.
- Positive workplace culture and work-life balance.
- Opportunity to participate in flexible work arrangements such as working from home up to two days per week and modified work schedule agreements.
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Competencies are behaviors that are essential to reach our goals in serving Albertans. We encourage you to have an in depth understanding of the competencies that are required for this opportunity and to be prepared to demonstrate them during the recruitment process.
This link will assist you with understanding competencies:
- Agility: Identifies and manages required changes and he associated risks, identifies alternative approaches and supports others to do the same.
- Drive for Results: You will demonstrate a strong focus on achieving daily tasks and anticipate outcomes and how they align with the goals of the branch.
- Develop Networks: Proactively build networks, connect and build trust in relationships with different stakeholders.
- Systems Thinking: Demonstrate the ability to think broadly while developing and creating processes.
- Creative Problem Solving: Approaches problems or challenges in an imaginative or innovative way, devising better solutions, creating positive experiences and making informed decisions that meets the overall needs of the organization.
How To Apply
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This competition may be used to fill future vacancies, across the Government of Alberta, at the same or lower classification level.
We thank all applicants for their interest. All applications will be reviewed to determine which candidates' qualifications most closely match the advertised requirements. Only individuals selected for interviews will be contacted.
If you require any further information on this job posting or a copy of the role profile, and/or require a disability related accommodation during the recruitment process, please contact Christie-Anne Silverthorn at [email protected].
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