Careers at: Indian Oil and Gas Canada

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Consider working at:

Indian Oil and Gas Canada (IOGC), the Special Operating Agency that manages and regulates oil and gas resources on Indian reserve lands across Canada.

A dynamic organization in exciting times, you can grow with IOGC as it meets the challenges of the times. IOGC regularly has openings in various positions, ranging from technical professionals to administrative officers to managers.

Interesting and meaningful work is a given at IOGC, as it serves its First Nation clients and strives to maximize their benefits from oil and gas resources located on their lands.

As part of the Government of Canada, IOGC offers good salaries with a comprehensive benefits package and indexed pension plan. IOGC promotes life-work balance and offers flex time options.

With offices located on the scenic Tsuu T'ina First Nation lands at the western edge of Calgary, you can enjoy the fresh air and mountain view as you arrive at work.

Careers at… Indian Oil and Gas Canada

Accountant/Auditor

Developing and monitoring audit programs; verifying oil and gas prices, gas cost allowance, royalties and authorized deductions.

Education: Ranges from an appropriate degree to post secondary education with certification or eligibility for certification as a professional accountant (CAPPA, CMA, CGA, CA).

Administrative Support Positions

Provide administrative support services from the general clerical to the Executive level. e.g. Executive Assistant, Receptionist, Administrative Officers.

Education: Ranges from high school diploma to post-secondary education in a relevant program.

Contracts Analyst

Drafting oil and gas contracts and amendments; analyzing and interpreting existing land contracts.

Education: A Certificate in Land Administration or Land Management (or equivalent).

Economist

Planning and conducting studies regarding crude oil, natural gas and gas products pricing developments and marketing trends.

Education: A degree in Commerce or Economics.

"Excellence in managing and regulating First Nations oil and gas resources."

Environmental Analysts

Reviewing and approving environmental protection terms for surface agreements on First Nation lands as well as monitoring field operations for compliance with operating and reclamation requirements.

Education: A degree with specialization in environmental sciences, biological sciences, forestry, wildlife or agriculture.

Land Administrator

Responsible for processing land transactions and monitoring all financial obligations.

Education: A certificate in Land Administration.

Negotiations Facilitator/Landman

Facilitating negotiations of oil and gas contracts.

Education: Post Secondary degree in a related field.

Petroleum Engineer

Oil and gas field measurements, reservoir engineering and economic evaluation.

Education: A degree in Engineering and Certification as a Professional Engineer in Canada.

Petroleum Geologist

Conducting evaluations for lease continuances; geological mapping; conducting detailed geological reservoir studies.

Education: A degree in Geology and Certification as a Professional Geologist.

Petroleum Technologist

Providing technical support to engineering and liaising with provincial regulatory authorities; conducting field inspections.

Education: A Post-secondary diploma in Petroleum Technology and eligibility for membership in the Association of Science and Engineering Technology Professionals of Alberta (ASET) at the Technologist Level.

Royalty Analyst/Administrator

Reviewing and analyzing assessment reports of royalty entities to identify royalty payments due from producing wells located on First Nation lands.

Education: Ranges from Post-secondary education in accounting, commerce or finance to possession of a recognized professional accounting designation (CA, RIA/CMA, CGA).

To Learn More:

Visit our web site for more information about employment at IOGC.

Indian Oil and Gas Canada
Suite 100, 9911 Chiila Blvd.
Tsuu T'ina, AB T2W 6H6
Telephone: (403) 292-5625
Fax: (403) 292-5618
E-mail: contactiogc@inac.gc.ca