Manager, Regulatory Affairs

Location:               Calgary, AB

Job Overview

Reporting to the Vice President of Commercial, Corporate and Regulatory, the successful candidate will be responsible for leading the regulatory team and managing Kingston Midstream’s provincial (Saskatchewan and Manitoba) and federal (Canadian Energy Regulator) regulatory matters.

Position Responsibilities  

  • Oversee and continue the development of the Safety Loss Management System, including Core Protection Programs, Process System Elements, Program Audits and related quality assurance matters
  • Provide advice and oversight to regulatory applications before multiple regulators, relating to regulatory operational and project approvals
  • Identify regulatory requirements and approvals required for pipeline and terminal developments as well as new commercial opportunities
  • Proactively monitor, analyze and report direct and indirect impact of changes in regulations
  • Monitor, advise and support regulatory hearing management and mergers and acquisition’s regulatory matters
  • Assist multiple departments and managers with the regulatory and compliance of their programs, including Operations, Projects, Engineering & Integrity, Land, and Health, Safety & Environment
  • Manage correspondence with regulators and provide related reporting internally and externally, including government affairs support and Board reporting
  • Prepare professional reporting on regulatory activities, including objectives, milestones and metrics
  • Advocate and represent Kingston Midstream in industry associations and regulatory processes
  • Lead, manage and guide the development of direct and indirect reports
  • Ensure overall compliance of Kingston Midstream’s regulatory responsibilities

 Skills and Qualifications

  • 10+ years regulatory affairs, risk management or utility experience related to liquid pipelines and storage facilities
  • Progressive leadership experience with the ability to proactively manage and initiate change
  • Undergraduate degree in Business/Commerce, Economics, Engineering or related discipline
  • Breadth of knowledge related to Health & Safety, Environment, Security, Emergency Management, Pipeline Damage Prevention and Regulatory Management
  • Previous experience with risk management and safety loss management systems
  • Superior communication skills (verbal and written), with the ability to produce reports, negotiate and facilitate meetings with multiple stakeholders, both internal and external
  • Experience training, document control, records management, audits, inspections and QA/QC
  • Familiarity with CSA Z662-19, Canadian Energy Regulator Onshore Pipeline Regulations, Canadian Occupational Health and Safety Regulations, Saskatchewan and Manitoba Provincial legislation
  • High degree of personal initiative and ability to work effectively, both independently and in a collaborative multi-discipline team environment
  • Ability to understand economic and financial modelling results is an asset

Note: Candidates must be legally entitled to work in Canada without sponsorship

We thank all interested candidates; however, only qualified candidates will be contacted, please submit your resume using the form on this page.