sharing in governance of extractive industries
Deadline to apply: July 20, 2017
Cigar Lake’s environment team is responsible for the promotion, regulation and management of environmental matters at the mining operation. In this role you will be responsible for management of the daily activities of the environment department by providing guidance, leadership and priority setting of team goals, as well as developing and delivering technical training to environment technicians and site employees as required.
You will provide oversight and support for all environmental monitoring programs, including preparation of the reports for compliance with these programs, as well as prepare and review internal and external reports prior to their submission to regulatory agencies. In addition, you will liaise with site departments with respect to environmental issues, concerns and compliance, while ensuring that all environmental incidents and non-conformances are tracked and investigated.
Education and Qualifications
Requirements of the position:
Bachelor’s degree or diploma in environmental science/management or related sciences
Eight years of relevant work experience including field work, technical report writing and program development
Previous supervisory experience
Equivalent combination of education and work experience considered
Working knowledge of environment management system (EMS) development and implementation
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Work a rotational schedule and commute to site by aircraft
Relevant professional designation
Experience with budgeting and financial management
Req ID # : 27049
Posted: June 29, 2017
Posting end date: July 20, 2017
You can apply here.
Safety Sensitive Site
The Cigar Lake operation is located in northern Saskatchewan and operates on a two week on/two week off rotational schedule. Employees commute to the site by aircraft from designated locations in Saskatchewan.
Safety is a top priority at Cameco. Successful candidates for all positions at safety sensitive sites must take and pass a substance test as a condition of employment.
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