Join an empowering work environment with a vibrant culture which places the highest priority on employee contributions and a healthy and safe workplace.
To ensure high quality operations, Pacific Canbriam Energy seeks to attract and retain qualified professionals committed to continuous improvement. We offer our employees opportunities to enhance their knowledge and develop their skills in a competitive and challenging environment, while acting with good ethics and professionalism.
PCE is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We firmly believe that having a diverse team not only celebrates our differences, but also drives innovation while optimizing performance. We commit to fostering a diverse, equitable and inclusive environment, where talented people collaborate to continuously improve – collectively building an extraordinary vision for the future.
PCE encourages qualified applicants of any race, religious belief, colour, national or ethnic origin, disability, age, marital or family status, sex or sexual orientation, gender identity or expression to apply. Hiring decisions are based on merit, qualifications and unique business needs. We do not tolerate any discrimination, harassment or workplace violence and will investigate and remedy any claims in a timely manner and take appropriate corrective action.
PCE is committed to providing reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities. If you require assistance with this application please reach out to HR@pacific-canbriam.ca.
All Pacific Canbriam Energy opportunities that are currently being recruited for are detailed below.
PCE is currently searching for a Senior Surface Land Representative that will report to the Manager, Land. This role will coordinate the timely and accurate negotiation, acquisition, and maintenance of surface rights for well sites, roads, pipelines, and facilities. The Senior Surface Land Representative represents the company and interacts extensively with internal operational and technical teams as well as public and regulatory bodies. The successful candidate will foster and maintain relationships with all stakeholders and ensure surface acquisition and consultation compliance in accordance with the BC Energy Regulator (BCER) directives and British Columbia Regulations.
PCE is searching for Senior Community Relations Advisor who will play a key role in developing and maintaining positive relationships with stakeholders, including local communities, Indigenous groups, government agencies and non-profit organizations. The Senior Community Relations Advisor will lead community engagement initiatives, facilitate communication between the company and stakeholders, and support community development projects aligned with our corporate values and objectives. This role is based in our Fort St. John office.
PCE is actively recruiting an Operations Maintenance Coordinator (OMC), based out of Fort St. John, BC field site. Reporting to the Maintenance Superintendent, this role is central to ensuring the efficient coordination and execution of maintenance activities, projects, and budgetary considerations within our facility. The position is tailored for a proactive individual with a foundational understanding of maintenance operations, project coordination, and budget management.
PCE is currently searching for a Production Accountant to join the Finance team reporting into the Manager, Production Accounting. This position will handle the daily responsibilities of a full cycle production accounting desk, adhering to both corporate and government deadlines. Communicating and collaborating with many key stakeholders across the organization, including Production & Operations, Finance, Marketing Accounting, Corporate Planning and Land is essential. This position is located in our Calgary office.
PCE is currently searching for an Accounts Payable Analyst (15-month maternity leave position) to join the Finance team reporting to the Supervisor, Accounts Payable. The successful individual will bring their professionalism, energy and enthusiasm to deliver excellent results in a fast paced, fluid and exciting work environment. This position is located in our Calgary office.
PCE is currently seeking experienced Field Operators for our upcoming field expansion. Reporting to the Field Lead Operators, you will play a key role in the safe operation and maintenance of our Sweet Gas Field in the Altares, Farell, and Kobes areas. This camp-based position offers a 7/7 or 14/14 rotation with 12-hour shifts, including day/night shifts. Flexibility for extra hours and on-call duties is required. This safety-sensitive role includes drug/alcohol testing as part of the hiring process.
PCE is undergoing an exciting phase of expansion and is seeking experienced Board & Gas Plant Operators for our upcoming Phase 4 expansion. As a key member of our team, you will report to the Plant Team Lead and play a crucial role in maintaining the safe and efficient operation of our Sweet Gas Processing Facilities in the Altares area. This camp-based role requires a flexible work schedule, including a 7/7 or 14/14 rotation with 12-hour shifts covering both day and night. The position demands a readiness to work extra hours and be on-call as necessary. All successful candidates will undergo a drug and alcohol test as part of our hiring process.
PCE is searching for an IT Field Operations Coordinator who will be responsible for providing technical support services and implementation for current and future infrastructure systems and applications across several disciplines and locations. This role supports all Pacific Canbriam Energy Fort St. John staff and remote locations. Participates in planning, implementing and testing of network, Infrastructure, systems and application changes and upgrades. Works with the Site IT and Operations to coordinate the development, deployment and optimization of IT systems, telecom and infrastructure. This role is based in our Fort St. John office.
PCE is currently expanding and actively recruiting two individuals to support our Water Operations division near Fort St. John, BC. Work schedule consists of 12hr days, with a “7 on 7 off” rotation shift during the winter months and “14 on 14 off” rotation shift during the summer months.
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If you have questions about career opportunities at Pacific Canbriam, or would like further information about our working environment, please contact us.