Careers | Pathways Alliance

Pathways Alliance is the unprecedented collaboration among Canada’s oil sands producers to address climate change and responsible development of Canada’s oil sands. Climate change is one of the greatest challenges of our time and there is no single path to net zero. That is why we are exploring a
variety of new approaches and innovatve solutions to achieve a goal of net zero emissions from oil sands production by 2050, while also reducing other environmental impacts through innovation.

As a new industry organization, we’re building a team to help us create the path forward. We know it will take bold action and ingenuity. If you are you passionate about environmental innovation and looking for a role where you can make a real contribution, Pathways Alliance may be the place for you.

Join our forward-thinking members and help us create a bright future for Canadians – one built on environmental stewardship and economic stability.

If that piques your interest, check out our career opportunities below – and check back often as roles will be posted regularly as we scale-up our team and efforts.

Current Career Opportunities

  • External Relations Coordinator

    November 21, 2022

    The external relations function within the Pathways Alliance is lead by the Vice President, External Relations. The External Relations Coordinator will report directly to the Vice President, External Relations and will support the Directors of Policy, Government and Community Relations, and Stakeholder Relations, and their teams. The External Relations Coordinator will also work with the Director, Communications, and the broader Communications team within the external relations function.

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  • Policy Analyst

    November 21, 2022

    The external relations function within the Pathways Alliance is lead by the Vice President, External Relations. The Policy Analyst will report to the Director, Policy, who leads the policy and advocacy aspects of the External Relations function. The Policy Analyst will work closely with policy groups and task groups composed of, and led by, representatives of member companies. The Policy Analyst will also work with and support analysis for the Government, Indigenous and Community Relations team and the Communications team within the external relations function.

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How To Apply

Please email your resume to with the name of the position you are applying for in the subject line.

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