Chief Compliance Officer

  • Full Time
  • Edmonton / Calgary
  • Les candidatures sont actuellement fermées.

Site Capital Power

Powering change by changing power.

A little about Capital Power

Capital Power (TSX: CPX) is powering change by changing power. This north star guides our ambitions, focus, and actions as we transform our energy system to power a net zero future. We’re a growth-oriented North American energy transition company headquartered in Edmonton, Alberta. We deliver reliable, affordable and decarbonized electricity solutions that communities can depend on.

Our people are at the core of our journey to get to net zero by 2045 and are transforming the future of power generation as a collaborative team of experts and innovators. We provide purpose-driven work in a safe and inclusive environment, and we live by our values. With us, your contributions matter. We’re here to partner with you so you can learn, innovate, and forge a career that’s meaningful to you. Join us in powering a clean energy future!

Your Opportunity

One Permanent Full Time Position.

We are currently seeking an innovative and motivated individual to join our Regulatory Compliance team!

As a key member at Capital Power, you’ll play a vital role in overseeing regulatory compliance across our North American operations, including managing our ethics program. Reporting directly to the SVP, External Relations, and Chief Legal Officer, you’ll be responsible for ensuring that our company adheres to all regulatory requirements and ethical standards.

You will contribute to our team by

  • Recommending, executing, and reviewing a 2-to-5-year business plan to achieve the regulatory compliance and desired ethics outcomes.
  • Proactive compliance planning, with education, communication, and execution of methodologies that ensures the legal and corporate compliance necessary to obtain and preserve operating licenses.
  • Leading the internal and cross functional integration of strategy and planning for a team that delivers compliance planning, research, policy drafting and analysis, risk management/mitigation, ethics, and governance support.
  • Leading governance related work in the areas of policy development, corporate process, and compliance investigations.
  • Providing input to the executive and leadership team’s plans ensuring an appropriate understanding of Compliance and Ethics strategy.
  • Reviewing, approving, integrating, measuring, and evaluating multi-year project plans for the team to achieve business targets.
  • Cultivating relationships with regulators, partners, suppliers, and other stakeholders to support our objectives. Representing the company at public events and engagements. Designing the Compliance and Ethics organization, and adapting it to emerging business needs, technologies, and stakeholder environments.
  • Developing corporate processes and investigating ethics complaints to implement effective solutions.
  • Making recommendations to the executive team for solutions to material compliance issues.
  • Identifying the potential compliance, ethics, and business consequences of corporate decisions, and recommending actions to the SVP.
  • Building, organizing, and training the Compliance and Ethics team to handle changing regulatory challenges effectively.

What you will bring to the role  


  • Undergraduate degree in law, business administration or related field.
  • Completed master’s degree.
  • Educational equivalency may be considered.


  • 10 to 15 years of work of related work experience.
  • Experience in a leadership role.

Technical Skills:

  • Demonstrated knowledge of policy formation and analysis.
  • Ability to effectively build relationships.
  • Ability to coach and mentor direct reports, and appropriately delegate responsibilities.
  • Demonstrates proactivity, strategic thinking, teamwork, strong work ethic and good judgment.
  • Ability to explain concepts to a variety of audiences, including board or external parties.

Working Conditions:

  • Hybrid Office/Work from home position.
  • Travel is required, as this role provides services to all our business lines, offices, plants, and projects.
  • Work hours may vary.
  • Working location: Calgary or Edmonton, AB

Additional Details

In order to be considered for this role you must be legally eligible to work in Canada.

As this is a safety sensitive position, clearance of a pre-employment drug & alcohol test is required.

The successful candidate for this position will undergo an education verification, reference checks and criminal record check.

We believe that creating a culture that supports employee physical, mental, financial, and social wellbeing is critical to our success. That is why we provide flexible and affordable employee benefits, retirement savings, and paid time off programs. We also provide comprehensive onboarding, training, and programs supporting your career development.

Depending on the posting requirements relocation assistance may be available.

How To Apply and Next Steps

Capital Power only accepts resumes via online application at If you choose to submit your resume by any other means, we cannot guarantee that your application will be considered for vacancies.

Applicants with disabilities who require a reasonable accommodation to complete their application can request accessible formats, communication support, or other accessibility assistance by contacting

Capital Power is committed to providing a fair and transparent hiring process. We recognize and embrace the value of diversity and hire employees with the appropriate skills, experience and knowledge for each position.

Thank you for taking the time to apply and expressing interest in powering a sustainable future with Capital Power! We wish that we could personally respond to everyone who applies; however, it is our practice to contact only those individuals selected for interviews.

To apply on this position please go to and search for JR805865.