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New Brunswick Energy and Utilities Board

Full-time Board Member
Location: Saint John, New Brunswick

Established under the Energy and Utilities Board Act, the New Brunswick Energy and Utilities Board (NBEUB or Board) is the regulating body for the Province of New Brunswick in various sectors. The Board consists of five full-time members appointed by the Lieutenant-Governor in Council.

The NBEUB’s regulatory oversight includes electricity, natural gas distribution and marketing, pipeline safety, and public motor buses. In addition, it sets weekly prices of petroleum products. The Board’s oversight of these sectors ensures fairness, transparency, openness, and independence.

The mandate is to ensure that service providers charge just and reasonable rates and provide reliable service to the people of New Brunswick. Functioning as an independent quasi-judicial tribunal, it balances the interests of the regulated entities and the public by conducting hearings.

The New Brunswick Energy and Utilities Board is seeking two full-time members to join the Board.

For each role, the ideal candidate will possess strong analytical skills. They will have skills and experience motivated by a commitment to the public interest. As self-directed, collaborative individuals, they will have a background in accounting, engineering, law, or other relevant fields of expertise. Written and spoken competence in English and French is considered an asset.

In keeping with the NBEUB’s commitment to increase diversity in positions of influence, applications that represent the province’s linguistic, cultural, and geographic diversity of the province; including people of all genders, sexual orientations, and ethnicities, are encouraged.
Appointments are for a ten-year term with provisions for reappointment.

For additional information regarding the New Brunswick Energy and Utilities Board, please visit their website at https://nbeub.ca/.

To apply, please forward your resume and cover letter to Renée Young at ryoung@boyden.com.

While we appreciate the interest of those who submit an expression of interest, only those candidates selected for consideration will be contacted.