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Job Order #: 6143260

NOC: 21102
Employer Name:
Orano Canada Inc.
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University Bachelor's Degree
1-2 Years
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Orano Canada Inc.
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Sharisse Carr
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-Working on any designated Orano exploration project(s), in accordance with the Project Geologist
-Providing logistical and technical support for exploration/development programs as directed by the Project Geologists. These duties include, but are not limited to:
o    Collect and interpret field data primarily related to the logging of drill core
o    Enter data in project database
o    Assist with daily core handling functions (measuring, sampling, photography, moving full core boxes etc.)
o    Assist or complete down hole probing data acquisition
o    Infrared Spectrometry measurements on drill core (TerraSpec) and other physical property measurements
o    Provides as required written / oral presentation of results: maps, sections, tables, etc.
o    May be required to assist the Project Geologist in supervision of geo-technicians
o    Assist with spotting drill holes and flagging trails as necessary

Skills and Qualifications:
-University degree in geology (B.Sc., M.Sc.)
-Registered, or the ability to register with APEGS or another provincial equivalent as a Geologist-in-Training
-Solid background in geology, structural geology, and geochemistry
-Uranium exploration field experience is a strong asset
-Good computer skills are essential; familiarity with Geosoft, AcQuire, and Microsoft Office are an asset
-Must understand geology of uranium prospects and deposits
-Valid Class 5 drivers license
-Experience operating snowmobiles is considered an asset

Work Location & Schedule:
-Predominantly a field-based position in Northern Saskatchewan; isolated exploration camps or mine sites on a three week in and one week out field rotation
-Saskatoon Corporate Office
-Normally an 8 hour work day, although some activity outside of normal working hours may be required
-This position requires moderate physical ability with ability to work in difficult and isolated conditions

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