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FO 14R - Oil and Gas Royalty Analyst *CLOSE DATE EXTENDED*
|Department:||Ministry of Finance|
|Ministry Branch / Division:||Mineral, Oil and Gas Revenue Branch|
|Posting Close Date:||2017-05-02|
|Job Type:||Regular Full Time|
|Category:||Finance, Policy, Research and Economics|
|Oil and Gas Royalty Analyst
Financial Officer 14
Salary $45,430.86 - $51,490.89 annually
NOTE: There are up to 3 vacancies available; 1 permanent full time and 2 temporary vacancies with a set-term of 2 years (term certain positions).
Regular employees need their manager/supervisor approval prior to applying on the temporary opportunities (auxiliary and external applicants do not need approval).
An eligibility list may be established for future similar temporary and/or permanent vacancies.
The Mineral, Oil and Gas Revenue Branch administers parts of the Petroleum and Natural Gas Act relating to royalties and freehold production tax, the Natural Gas Price Act, the Mineral Tax Act, the Mineral Land Tax Act, the Oil and Gas Royalty and Freehold Production Tax Regulation, and certain cost recovery fees.
Royalty Analysts are responsible for a wide variety of duties related to collection of oil and gas royalties and freehold production taxes from 150+ royalty/tax payers. Major responsibilities include control of data received on various reports from the petroleum industry, control and reconciliation of payments received, requesting amendments and missing reports from operators and royalty payers, explaining and resolving reporting errors and discrepancies with royalty payers, computer system maintenance, and preparation of reference manuals. Royalty Analysts provide the initial point of contact for Industry clients and provide guidance to those clients in the reporting and payment of royalties and taxes. Royalty Analysts are responsible for ensuring that royalty invoices are prepared on an accurate and timely basis and that royalty accounts are kept clean.
For complete details on this opportunity, please review the attached job description.
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NOTE: Applications will be accepted until 11:59 pm Pacific Time on the closing date of the competition.
In order to be considered for this position, your application must clearly demonstrate how you meet the Education and Experience requirements as outlined in the attached Job Profile.
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