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Our Fort St John client is seeking an Emergency Management and Security Analyst, to join their team on a permanent basis. The successful candidate will establish and maintain relationships with all external agencies that would assist in responding to an emergency.  Work would include updating Emergency Response Plans, providing emergency response exercise and training guidance to both internal and external stakeholders.  If this sounds like something you would excel in, please apply below.

Job Responsibilities
  • Ensure best practices and procedures to be followed as specified in the company’s Emergency Response Plans and that these plans are coordinated, to the extent possible, with existing local and regional emergency measures. Focus is on Indigenous Communities
  • Develop and maintain relationships with Indigenous communities’ Emergency Management and Emergency Response personnel
  • Interact and develop relationships with provincial and federal regulatory agencies
  • Major interaction will be with Indigenous Emergency Managers, Planners and first responders (fire, police, ambulance), all levels of provincial, First Nations, and federal government positions
  • Coordinate, develop and deliver training sessions as needed for Indigenous Communities with respect to their role during pipeline emergency situations in and around their communities
  • Assist in review and update of Emergency Response Plans per regulations
  • Complete post-incident reports and integrate learning into training sessions and Emergency Response Plans
  • Participate in annual Regional Engagement Planning

Candidate Qualifications

  • Technical Certificate, Diploma or University Degree in a related field
  • Professional/Technical Certification or Licenses
  • Two+ years related emergency preparedness and response experience
  • Must have experience working with Indigenous communities within Canada
  • Preference may be given to an inclusive professional knowledgeable of Indigenous culture, traditions, values, perspectives, and experience
  • Strong team and social skills, and excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Ability to be strategic with conceptual thinking and analytical skills
  • Experience in computer system use and word processing capabilities
  • Solid understanding of applicable regulations, operations, and facilities
  • Current knowledge of industry best practices, site-specific safety rules and emergency response procedures
  • Valid provincial driver’s license

People are the heart of every business. At BOWEN, we support that truth every single day. We champion inclusive cultures and harness diverse talent. We encourage applications from all, including people of any ethnic or national background, religion, sex, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, Indigenous Peoples and persons with disabilities.


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