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 1,274 kilometers 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 980 km 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 Crown 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 Parliament 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
The Community Liaison, Fraser Valley contributes to all aspects of engagement and communications specific to the Trans Mountain Corporation in the Fraser Valley region, executing the regional engagement and communications plan for Construction Spread 6 of the Trans Mountain Expansion Project. The Community Liaison creates and delivers strategies to engage and inform stakeholders including local governments, interest groups, and the public; provides information and insights to the Corporation in consideration of stakeholders’ interests; serves as the local liaison as it relates to stakeholder engagement and communications; and completes the necessary reporting requirements related to engagement and consultation.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
As an equal opportunity employer, Trans Mountain Canada actively encourages applications from traditionally underrepresented groups, including women, Indigenous Peoples, members of visible minorities and persons with disabilities.
Post-secondary education or experience in Community Relations and /or Communications and/or Engagement/Consultation
Five to seven years of experience with communications, stakeholder engagement, or community relations
Experience working with a multi-disciplinary team of professionals
Experience with regulatory agencies
Experience working on complex, high profile and controversial projects
Strong communication and ability to work collaboratively with others
Ability to analyze and troubleshoot complex problems and make sound decisions
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Strong organizational skills
Ability to attend to detail and work in a time-conscious and time-effective manner
Strong interpersonal skills and an ability to navigate and facilitate difficult conversations
Ability to work independently and represent the Project
Strong local relationships and contacts is an asset