May 18, 2017
Job Order #
May 18-June 15, 2017
Forests, Lands & Natural Resource Operations
Dawson Creek or Fort Nelson, BC
We are looking for someone who
has excellent skills in leadership, organizational
management, relationship building and achieving results.
The successful candidate will be someone who has a strong
strategic orientation and commitment to outcomes, has a
track record in leading change, constantly seeks
improvements to business processes, builds durable
relationships with stakeholders and First Nations, relates
well to people and fosters long-term learning and
development of staff.
Qualifications for this role
- University degree in a
field related to Natural Resource Management,
Business/Public Administration. Preference may be given
to applicants with natural resource education.
- A minimum of 4 years of
related experience in the following: natural resource
experience including some program management; and
experience in a management capacity within the public
sector or industry including business and organizational
planning accountabilities. OR
- An equivalent
combination of education and experience may also be
considered (e.g. Related Master's degree plus 3 years
related experience; or Diploma in a natural resource
field supplemented by 7 or more years of progressive and
considerable senior level experience).
- Experience managing the
implementation of agreements, solutions, and
partnerships with multiple parties and First Nations.
- Experience leading,
coaching and managing multi-disciplinary management,
professional and technical staff. Preference may be
given to applicants with experience within a unionized
- Experience organizing,
planning and managing complex and multiple projects
concurrently to achieve business goals.
The Ministry of Forests, Lands
and Natural Resource Operations is a client-focused
organization that delivers integrated natural resource
services to British Columbians.
The Ministry is currently
searching for individuals with senior managerial experience
to lead the Northeast Region Natural Resource District
The Manager provides
leadership, direction and expert advice on the delivery of
exceptional service in integrating and coordinating natural
resource services within the District, one of 23 districts
in the ministry.
As part of this Region's
Senior Management Team, the Manager is responsible for the
efficient operation of the District including: operational
program delivery, financial management, human resource
management, business planning, change management, project
management, statutory and delegated decision-making, issue
resolution, inter and intra-agency coordination,
stakeholder and First Nation relations and client service.
How to Apply:
information on this career opportunity including how to
apply online by June 15th 2017, please visit:
Closing Date: June 15, 2017