Full-Time JR. ENGINEER-IN-TRAINING, MINE
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JR. ENGINEER-IN-TRAINING, MINE
McArthur River Operation
Cameco’s engineer-in-training (E.I.T.) program aims to develop recent mining or geological engineering graduates into well-rounded, knowledgeable professionals that can grow with Cameco and eventually fill managerial and/or highly technical roles. The E.I.T. will work on a rotational basis at various work locations for approximately one year each throughout the duration of their program.
POSITION AND RESPONSIBILITIES
You will work with a team of mining professionals throughout the E.I.T. development program. You will hold positions of increasing responsibility while obtaining practical experience. You will also be required to work closely with operations personnel.
You will be assigned to the McArthur River operation for the first rotation of the E.I.T. program. In this developmental role, you will be exposed to one or more of surveying, ventilation, ground control, ground freezing and/or regulatory and safety.
EDUCATION AND QUALIFICATIONS
Requirements of the position:
- Bachelor’s degree in mining or geological engineering
- Strong verbal and written communication skills, excellent computer skills and the ability to work in a team environment
- Work a rotational schedule and commute to site by aircraft
- Previous summer or internship experience in a mining operation
Safety is a top priority at Cameco. Successful candidates for all safety sensitive positions must pass a substance test as a condition of employment.
• competitive pay
• superior benefits
• employee share ownership plan for all employees
• Live Better wellness program
Cameco values diversity. In keeping with this principle and our employment equity goals, we particularly encourage qualified applicants from the designated equity groups to apply.
How to Apply
To explore this career opportunity, please visit www.camecocareers.com. Deadline for applications is January 31, 2014. Please quote competition number 3021.
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