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May

Land Liaison Officer

Arrow Energy - Dalby, QLD

Mining, Oil & Gas
Source: uWorkin

JOB DESCRIPTION

  • Salary + Regional Allowance + Incentive + Benefits
  • Permanent position – newly created role
  • Flexible working arrangements available – Dalby based role

About Us

Arrow Energy is an integrated coal seam gas (CSG) company, which develops gas fields, produces and sells CSG and generates electricity.

We have safely and sustainably developed CSG since 2000 and supplied it commercially since 2004 – for industrial use and power generation in northern Queensland, and for generation and the east coast gas market in the south.

Our corporate office is in Brisbane’s CBD, and we operate in the Bowen Basin in central Queensland, and in the Surat Basin in southern Queensland, where we are starting a major new development which is planned to bring about five trillion cubic feet of reserves to market over 27 years.

Arrow is owned by two of the world’s largest oil and gas companies, Shell and PetroChina.

To meet our growing demands, we are looking for a Land Liaison Officer to join our team.

Our Culture

At Arrow, safety is our highest priority, and our values – lead, own, solve, integrate and respect – underpin everything we do.

We believe a diverse and inclusive workplace, where people can bring their whole selves to work, is key to creating a culture where people thrive which is critical to our collective success. At Arrow, everyone belongs.

The Role

Reporting to the Land Liaison Team Lead, you will be involved in the early planning of CSG infrastructure with internal and external stakeholders and the negotiation of Conduct and Compensation Agreements. The Land Liaison Officer will manage landholder relationships including addressing concerns, issue resolution and formalising individual land access requirements.

This is a Dalby based role working on a Monday to Friday roster.

In addition you will:

  • Actively support Arrow’s commitment to occupational health, safety and the environment;
  • Use Arrow processes to negotiate with landholders and complete compensation agreements in the timeframe required.
  • Liaise with the landholder through Arrow’s Area Wide Planning process to identify well locations, access tracks and other work areas as required.
  • Liaise with the Project teams, as and when required, to amend infrastructure locations to better accommodate any physical constraints and landholder requests.
  • Manage engagement with the relevant stakeholders on whose properties company activities are to be carried out, as well as any neighbouring stakeholders who may be affected. Clearly communicate the Arrow’s intentions, work practices and the desire to work collaboratively with the landholder.
  • Be familiar with the statutory requirements and the preparation of relevant documentation and records to support the Access deliverables within the Access and Approvals Framework.
  • Plan, coordinate, execute and report on programs of land access work in line with Access and Approvals framework.
  • Capture all landholder interactions using the Dynamics database as per the agreed standard.
  • Contribute to improving the effectiveness and efficiency of the Access Team’s land access activities and systems identify any opportunities for business Improvement.

About You

You will demonstrate excellent interpersonal and communication skills along with the ability to contribute to a high performing-team with a second-to-none focus on safety.

Your appointment will be met with ongoing training and development opportunities, to ensure your greatest potential is realised.

To be successful in the role, you will have:

  • Have proven success and demonstrable achievement encompassing a land liaison/access role, ideally within the resources sector.
  • Excellent communication, negotiation and conflict resolution skills.
  • Proven success managing high-pressure situations with the ability to influence positive outcomes.
  • Intermediate to advanced skills in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, etc)
  • Current, unrestricted Motor Vehicle Driver’s License.
  • Tertiary qualifications are not essential but are desirable.

You’ll be rewarded

We recruit talented and motivated people who are passionate about contributing to our journey.

In return for your efforts, you’ll be rewarded with a competitive remuneration and benefits package including:

  • An attractive remuneration package with annual incentive scheme based on company and individual performance
  • Employee benefits including health insurance & electricity rebate scheme, lifestyle benefit rebate scheme and Employee Assistance Program
  • Flexible working arrangements
  • Paid parental leave scheme
  • Indigenous support network, ‘Bundagadan’, offering mentoring, workshops and coaching opportunities
  • Ongoing learning and professional development opportunities
  • Novated leasing

All applications will be considered with utmost confidentiality.

One Arrow, One Team.

We are a diverse and inclusive workplace and genuinely encourage applications from women and Aboriginal and Torres Strait islander candidates.