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Date Posted:

February 08-21, 2018

Job Order #

Fulltime Permanent


BC Oil & Gas Commission
Fort St John/Victoria, BC

Job Title:

Manager, Aquatics & Terrestrial Habitat

Starting Date:



Grid 30: $87,038.92 - $99,559.65*
*Posted salary includes a JFMM Allowance of 20%
Location Allowance of 3% will be added to the posted salary if position resides in Fort St John

  • Master’s degree in biology, natural resource management or related field and a minimum of 4 years’ experience in habitat management, wildlife biology, cumulative effects analysis and management; or
  • Bachelor’s degree in biology, natural resource management or related field and a minimum of 6 years’ experience and progressively responsible experience with complex natural resource management or environmental policy, or broad-level program management.
  • Member of the Association of Professional Biologists of British Columbia (RPBio) or eligible for certification.
  • Proven technical and operational experience and knowledge of the components of land and resource management policy, planning, systems and analysis used in British Columbia.
  • Proven experience anticipating and identifying the need for policy or policy revision.
  • Experience in the identification, assessment and evaluation of data/information required to support critical decision-making processes within the public sector.
  • Proven experience building effective working relationships with a broad spectrum of stakeholders such as senior representatives of the public sector, industry, First Nations and community/special interest groups.
  • Proven experience leading direct reports and technical or project teams.
  • Proven experience working in and with legislation, regulations and policies that pertain directly to the oil and gas industry and exposure to other legislation that affects land and resource management.
  • Proven working knowledge of oil and gas technical and operational development (full life-cycle activities) and potential impacts on the land base.
  • Experience with the principles of administrative law and their application to statutory decision-making.
  • Proven experience with project management practices and tools.

The Manager, Aquatic & Terrestrial Habitat provides expert technical advice and support to staff, applicants and other stakeholders in the areas of the aquatic and terrestrial habitat impacts of oil and gas development.

The position provides and develops environmental strategies and tactics as it relates to proposed oil and gas activities, ongoing cumulative effects initiatives and directs and analyzes environmental reviews and impact assessments across various regions of the province.

This is the Commission’s aquatic and terrestrial habitat expert and as such provides direction, assistance and specialized professional expertise related to habitat impacts, species at risk, and assessment methods to government staff, industry, consultants and the public.

How to Apply:
Please do not email your resume to us. Please submit your application through our website at .
If you are interested in applying for this role and meet the minimum selection criteria, please select “Apply Now” and submit your cover letter and resume prior to midnight February 21, 2018.

Competition Number: 201803

Please note applicants will only be contacted if they are selected to proceed further in the process. An eligibility list may be established.

Closing Date:

February 21, 2018 at midnight


Date Posted:

February 08-26, 2018

Job Order #



Ministry of Finance
Work Location: Preferred location for this position is either Dawson Creek or Smithers. Terrace or Fort St John may also be considered.

Job Title:

Tax Auditor

Starting Date:



Salary: $61,358.64 - $70,016.90 annually

  • You possess a recognized Canadian accounting designation (CPA - CA, CMA or CGA) or equivalent. 
  • In addition, you may have considerable knowledge of financial auditing standards, accounting principles, and proficiency in Excel and at least two years of work experience in accounting, auditing, and/or the taxation environment.
  • As the ideal candidate, you have excellent analytical research skills to gather and interpret information, apply legislation, and establish evidence to support audit assessments.
  • You are highly advanced in professional communication and negotiation skills necessary to finalize proposed assessments and resolve contentious issues. Your representation of the Ministry as a Tax Auditor is an integral part of the organization.
  • Travel, including overnight, is a requirement of this position.  You may be required to provide your own vehicle for which you receive expense compensation.  A valid Driver’s Licence is also required. 

Qualifications for this role include:

  • Professional accounting designation CPA - CA, CGA, CMA, issued by a Canadian Accounting Association. Note: If your designation was obtained from outside of Canada, you will need to confirm it has been assessed for equivalency through an applicable Canadian Accounting Association in order to be considered. Proof of equivalency must be provided on or by the posting closing date.
  • Minimum of 2 years audit and/or accounting experience.
  • Must possess and maintain a valid BC class 5 driver’s licence.
  • Preference may be given to applicants with audit experience in a consumption taxes environment.

As part of a team of professional staff, you will organize and carry out specialized tax audits on businesses across a varied field of industries.

  • As a Tax auditor, you will ensure compliance with the Province’s consumption taxation statutes, including Provincial Sales Tax Act, Motor Fuel Tax Act, Tobacco Tax Act, and Carbon Tax Act. 
  • You will be responsible for establishing tax liability, proposing audit assessments, and finalizing agreement with the taxpayer of proposed assessments.
How to Apply:
For more information and to apply online by February 26, 2018, please go to: .

Competition Number: 47815

Closing Date:

February 26, 2018