Update Athabasca, Western and Central region of any work being conducted by the integrity dig group, update Sharepoint site with excel list of digs answer any questions or concerns.
- Communicate with other departments within the Client such as Operations or the L3R project team and Operations regarding any issues or concerns that come from our dealings with the LO and potential Integrity Dig issues through their dealing with the LO.
- Identify existing land rights and assist in obtaining additional land rights as require for access and temporary worksites.
- Create and prepare dig packages and related documents and ensure documents are complete within each dig package folder. Review to ensure accuracy.
- Provide services as required related to supporting PRM phase, including but not limited to updates to master spreadsheet, upload updates to eDig, and liaise with Land Agent and landowners as required for PRM related tasks
- Process specific permits and license agreements as required for non-private owned parcels.
- Conduct title research for all land related information to determine ownership of property, easements, interests etc
- Provide assistance to Integrity Dig field personnel with all land related database information and history of landowners as applicable.
- Ensure that we are compliant with CAEPLA Settlement Agreement.
- Coordinate with CAEPLA auditor; provide list of CAEPLA affected digs and timing. • Review and approve CAEPLA auditor timesheets.
- Manage CAEPLA auditor work orders
- Review CAEPLA auditor reports
- Direct contact for CAEPLA auditor and any questions or concerns that arise
- Provide Inspector training or refresher training when required
- Track and report KPIs to Sr. Specialist
- Relay issues/questions to Sr. Specialist
- Attend/support the greater Land Services group meetings and initiatives
- Represent the Lands integrity dig program at various stakeholder venues, meetings as required.
- Monitor/report/document progress of dig activities and report/document concerns.
- Provide support and active involvement with special assignments and or projects.
- Degree or diploma in related field and 4+ years related experience. Equivalencies will be considere.
- • Knowledgeable in pipeline operations and construction practices, damage prevention, public awareness, and land administration.
- Effective verbal and written communication and leadership skills, as well as demonstrated computer, problem solving, project management and decision making skills
- Ability to communicate technical issues to a non-technical audience.
- Problem solving through a working knowledge of the policies and procedures related to Right of Way and disciplines involved in acquisition of Right of Way
All qualified candidates will contacted