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Cameco Jobs


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2 days ago

Analyst, SOx Compliance – new

Cameco Saskatoon

Cameco has a great opportunity available for a results oriented, analytical team player to join our finance department in a two-year term position… Cameco


2 days ago

Accountant – new

Cameco Casper, WY

will include: • Prepare monthly journal entries and account reconciliations. • Assist with analyzing data to support decision making… Cameco


2 days ago

Analyst, Marketing Strategy – new

Cameco Saskatoon

will include market, economic and strategic analysis in support of the companys marketing strategy. You will research, analyze and report on all… Cameco


2 days ago

Junior Metallurgist, EIT – new

Cameco Rabbit Lake

Camecos engineer-in-training (EIT) program aims to develop recent metallurgical or chemical engineering graduates into well-rounded, knowledgeable… Cameco


2 days ago

Administrator II, Admin & Document Control – new

Cameco McArthur River, Alberta

As a member of the major projects team, you will report to the senior administrative assistant I, project delivery office in Saskatoon. However, your… Cameco


2 days ago

Electrician/Instrumentation – new

Cameco Smith Ranch, WY

Qualifications: Must have a high school diploma and possess a valid journeyman license. Ideally, you will have at least 5 years of… Cameco


2 days ago

Project Manager – new

Cameco Saskatoon

As a member of the major projects team, you will report to the program manager, project delivery office in Saskatoon. However, the position will… Cameco


2 days ago

Instrumentation Technologist – new

Cameco McArthur River, Alberta +2 locations

Camecos McArthur River operation, the worlds largest high-grade uranium mine, is looking for two motivated individuals to contribute to our growing… Cameco


2 days ago

Mine Foreman – new

Cameco McArthur River, Alberta

Reporting to the mine general foreman, you will be responsible for supervising and co-ordinating day-to-day underground mine production activities… Cameco


2 days ago

Services Operator Trainee – new

Cameco Key Lake, Ontario

• Operate all heavy equipment within the Services Operator progression; • Operate other equipment as required; • Perform and document all daily… Cameco


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Cameco CEO Tim Gitzel
Tim Gitzel
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  • 2 people found this helpful

    Many Positives, Lots of Potential

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Saskatoon, SK (Canada)
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Saskatoon, SK (Canada)

    I have been working at Cameco full-time (more than 10 years)

    Pros

    In general, Cameco has shown themselves to be quite supportive of their employees. I have observed quite a bit of internal advancement. The benefits are great. Working at a Cameco site on a 1-week rotation allows for a lot of personal freedom. My supervisors have been consistently supportive, capable, and generally good people. My departments have always come together as great teams; I think that is a testimony to a solid underlying company culture. I know that all departments don't have it that easy, but it is clear that the potential for great teamwork is there and that it is supported. The current senior leadership seems to have the right vision to ensure that the company thrives over the long term.

    Cons

    The current market for uranium makes it hard for the company and its people to truly excel at anything beyond austerity. It seems that the reckless spending attitude of the uranium boom era has become embedded in some parts of the organization, which can make it hard to achieve meaningful change. There are some very diverse organizational cultures throughout the company, and they don't always line up.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Consider getting people exposed to the different arms of the company. This could mean something as simple as general information sessions and knowledge sharing, or more long-term options like encouraging more frequent lateral transfers. There is a potential benefit to having our leaders gain a greater understanding of what the economic impact of the chilled uranium market means for day-to-day business.

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