Land Analyst (Contract)


Calgary, AB, CA, T2P 1G1

Requisition ID:  27373

Work Arrangement: Hybrid 


Pembina Pipeline Corporation is a dynamic energy transportation and midstream provider, serving customers for more than 65 years. Chances are, we do more than you think. We own pipelines that transport hydrocarbon liquids and natural gas products produced primarily in Western Canada. We also own gathering and processing facilities and an oil and natural gas liquids infrastructure and logistics business. Our operations along the hydrocarbon value chain allow us to offer a full state of midstream and marketing services to our customers in the energy industry. 


We are an organization that cares not only about results, but how those results are achieved. Our organization is grounded in the values of Safe, Trustworthy, Respectful, Collaborative and Entrepreneurial. Cultivating a positive employee experience and promoting a diverse and inclusive environment where our employees feel engaged, recognized and empowered is foundational to our ambition of being an employer of choice. Learn more about our values and strategy


We value the safety of our communities, customers, contractors and employees, and believe that all incidents are preventable. Compliance with all policies, procedures and regulations is a requirement, and our Life Saving Rules are basic rules that everyone should know and live by. Working for Pembina means working safely. 



The Pembina Land department is responsible for all surface land acquisitions, divestitures, third party agreements, administration, and landowner/stakeholder relations.  This includes managing and reporting on land activities (surface, reclamation, and contracts) for Pembina owned and leased properties, and providing advice on surface rights and land acquisition requirements.  The team develops and executes strategic land acquisition, public consultation, and notification processes.


Reporting to the Land Supervisor, the selected Land Analyst will be responsible for the timely and accurate processing of land administration documentation for various pipeline and facility projects and operational activities within B.C., Alberta, and Saskatchewan. The position will be based out of Pembina’s Calgary office (Eighth Ave Place) with the option to work remotely on both Mondays and Fridays. The term length is flexible depending on the candidate preference, experience, and qualifications and business need, with preference for a minimum of 12 months. 

Responsibilities may include but not limited to:

  • Prepare required documentation for the acquisition of lands, right-of-way, damage settlements, rental reviews, well site, pipeline, utility right-of-way easements, lease amendments, temporary agreements & third-party crossings, road use agreements and invoicing;
  • Coordinate new acquisitions with land brokers, surveyor and other internal teams while meeting timelines;
  • Prepare required supporting land administration documentation such as crossing line lists, surface acquisition reports, damage settlements, landowner line list, public consultation report and notifications;  
  • Review audit packages ensuring regulatory compliance;
  • Communicate with key stakeholders throughout the duration of a project such as clients, land brokers, landowners, regulatory officials, government agencies and Project Managers;
  • Prepare, execute and file land title registrations ensuring acute attention to detail;
  • Prepare, update and issue project status reports ensuring accuracy and effective communication of project progress, risks, issues and strategies; 
  • Provide support for Damage Prevention initiatives; 
  • Assist the Land Administration team with day-to-day land records management and Land related duties; and
  • Participate and support an equitable, diverse, and inclusive workplace.


  • Completion of Petroleum Land Administration Certificate and/or technical diploma in an appropriate related discipline;
  • 5+ years of surface land administration experience, both Crown and Freehold;
  • Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office, CS Explorer, SPIN2, ETS, ICS, LTSA, ABADATA and ACCUMAP;
  • Must be familiar with, and be able to interpret legal plans, legal documentation, titles, and engineering drawings;
  • Willingness to take on a temporary position;
  • Strong analytical and decision-making skills with excellent attention to detail; 
  • Self-starter with excellent interpersonal, communication, team and organizational skills; and
  • Capable of working in a strong team environment, sharing accountability and quality of service.


Considered an asset:

  • Working knowledge and understanding of AER, BC OGC, and CER regulations is an asset; 
  • Working knowledge of LSAS, Alberta Crown Surface Application process through EAP and One Stop.


The successful candidate must be legally able to work in the country of the position. Final candidate will be required to undergo Pre-Employment Background Checks including a Criminal Record Check. 

This position will be posted until end of day: 07/18/2024 


Our expectations are high, and our rewards reflect this: We treat our people well - whether it's through our total rewards package, community engagement or volunteer opportunities, all in an environment that is equitable, safe, respectful, inclusive and accessible. 


We recognize that diverse perspectives and experiences fuel innovation and enrich our workplace culture. We firmly believe that every individual's unique background, identity and contributions contribute to our collective success. We encourage applications from individuals of all backgrounds and experiences. If you're contacted to set up an interview and you require accessibility accommodations, please let your Talent Acquisition Advisor know at that time. 


We are a proud recipient of Canada's Top 100 Employers (2018-2022), Alberta's Top Employers (2014-2024) and an Employer Partner of the Canadian Centre for Diversity and Inclusion. We are also a strong supporter of Skills Canada. 


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