Synergy is dedicated to providing high-quality land and right-of-way services for projects ranging from large-scale wind and solar, pipeline, power transmission, transportation/infrastructure, telecommunications, upstream oil and gas, and mineral acquisition.

KEY Responsibilities

  • point of contact on/before Crown Land Sale days, including, but not limited to:

    • answering phones/emails

    • issuing confirmation emails

    • preparing bid letters

    • providing Crown Land Sale cost estimates

    • preparing updates

    • preparing packages for representatives attending the Sale (MB or BC Crown Land Sales)

    • preparing and administering Crown Land Sale packages (cover letters, A&T Agreements, etc.)

    • preparing Crown Land Sale folders

    • printing and saving Public Offering Notices, results, etc. (P&NG and Oil Sands)

    • posting requests

  • handling industry notifications

  • handling transfers/assignments

  • handling third-party requests

  • regular reporting and invoicing (rentals, initial bid invoicing, etc.)

  • handling all Payor Name Change forms, LOA’s, Well Linking Applications, Surrenders, Cancellations, Continuation Application forms

  • reviewing all Information bulletins

  • updating the Synergy Land database

  • emailing marketing blasts, if required

  • overseeing annual Crown Land Sale calendar project

  • tracking revenue

Education, Skills and Experience:

  • grade 12 High School or equivalent

  • post-secondary education, or graduation from an accredited Land Administration program

  • two to five years’ Crown or Mineral Land Administration experience would be preferred

  • basic Crown Land Sale knowledge would be preferred

  • working experience with IRIS, ETS, BC ePayments and all other land information systems nationwide would be an asset to have

  • valid Commissioner for Oaths – Alberta (Saskatchewan and Manitoba an asset to have)

  • basic knowledge and understanding of Canadian/Provincial regulatory processes

  • basic knowledge and understanding of land systems and ability to learn new tasks quickly

  • excellent organizational skills

  • exceptional written and verbal communication, and interpersonal skills

  • adherence to the highest ethical and professional standards

  • self-motivated and ability to thrive in a fast-paced, challenging work environment

  • acute attention to detail

  • strong computer proficiency (MS Office, Adobe) special attention will be paid to advanced Excel proficiency

  • ability to gain trust and cooperation of team members

  • ability to understand varying view points and manage conflict

  • proven ability to remain calm under pressure and effectively prioritize work flow, office needs, and coordinate various activities simultaneously

  • ability to proactively and effectively respond to difficult situations and changing business conditions

  • ability to work independently and as a team player, as required

  • proven ability to manage sensitive information with diplomacy, confidentiality, and discretion

  • professional, ethical, reliable and trustworthy

  • passionate about contributing to a positive work environment and company culture

Only those candidates possessing the above qualifications will be considered.

Synergy is an equal opportunity employer offering competitive remuneration.

When applying, please refer to Job Posting SynergyCAL2019-CROWNADMIN.

Please submit resumes to the attention of Human Resources via email: