Who We Are
Trans Mountain Corporation operates Canada’s only pipeline system transporting crude oil and refined products to the West Coast. We deliver nearly 300,000 barrels of crude oil and refined products each day through 800 miles of pipeline in Alberta, British Columbia and Washington State.
The Trans Mountain Expansion Project will provide increased capacity to support Canadian crude oil production growth and ensure access to global energy markets. The largest project in our history, it involves the installation of approximately 600 miles of new pipeline, new and modified facilities including pump stations and terminals, and a new dock complex at the Westridge Marine Terminal in British Columbia.
As a federal Canadian Government corporation, the newly formed Trans Mountain Corporation will continue to build upon our 65 years of experience delivering operational and safety excellence through our crude oil pipeline system.
We are accountable to the Parliament of Canada through the Canada Development Investment Corporation (CDEV). As a wholly-owned subsidiary of CDEV, we are governed by an independent Board of Directors.
Quick Facts about Trans Mountain Corporation
We operate Canada’s only pipeline system transporting crude oil and refined products to the West Coast.
We have delivered safe and reliable energy transportation for 65 years.
We deliver 300,000 barrels of crude oil and refined products every day on our pipeline system.
Our Trans Mountain Expansion Project will provide western Canadian crude oil producers with an additional 590,000 bpd of crude oil transportation capacity and tidewater access.
Our corporate headquarters is in Calgary, Alberta with regional offices along the pipeline system in Alberta, British Columbia, and Washington State.
Oversee Trans Mountain’s Environmental Planning Process for operational and maintenance activities and capital projects. Overseeing a field-based planning team as well as providing environmental planning support to Engineering and Tech services. The role is responsible for understanding environmental planning requirements and developing plans to ensure projects align with applicable CER and provincial regulations.
Oversight of regionally dispersed environmental planning team, facilitating technical skill development and promoting uniform application of the planning process.
Support TM Engineering Department in the acquisition of environmental permits and approvals for operational projects, including the development and implementation of Environmental Protection Plans.
Develop and coordinate Environmental Planning program's monitoring process and inspection requirements for O&M projects.
Provide support to emergency response activities as required, assume role within the Environment Unit.
Prepare and communicate regular program and project updates to management and project managers. Facilitate communications to regulatory agencies and affected stakeholders.
Identify and facilitate opportunities for Indigenous community capacity building within the Environmental Planning program.
Oversee the Environmental Planning process including assessment of environmental impacts and implementation of environmental mitigation practices for O&M activities. Includes continual improvement of the Environmental Planning program by developing/maintaining guidance documentation (standards and procedures), developing/tracking performance measures and providing technical assistance/expertise to the organization. Communicate and/or provide training of mitigation practices and procedures across organization to facilitate compliance with regulatory commitments.
Successful completion of University specializing in Engineering, Environmental Sciences, Agriculture or Forestry
Minimum 10 years or more of experience in the related field.
Project Management Professional or Environmental Professional (P.Ag, P.Bio) credentials preferred
Pipeline and Facility Construction: environmental impacts and mitigation
Project Management: organization, leadership, cost management
Effective Communicator: proficient written and verbal skills
Understanding of Provincial environmental regulation (AB, BC) and application of Federal regulation (DFO, ECCC, CER) required
Management Systems: CER Environmental Program requirements and Audit/Inspection process
Must be a team player with a positive attitude.
Self-motivated, capable of performing tasks with minimal supervision.
Able to prioritize and handle multiple tasks simultaneously.
Maintain a high regard for personal safety, safety of company assets and employees, and the general public.
As an equal opportunity employer, Trans Mountain actively encourages applications from traditionally underrepresented groups, including women, Aboriginal Peoples, members of visible minorities and persons with disabilities.