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||Site Trainer (2 positions)
||Trades & Operations
||Regular - Full Time
||Cigar Lake, SK
|Posting End Date
||November 30, 2012
|Position and Responsibilities
||You will support the Safety, Health, Radiation, Environment and Quality departments (SHREQ) and will be responsible for implementation and continual improvement of SHREQ training for Cigar Lake project.
You will deliver classroom and practical training to site employees, assess trainee competence to identify gaps between prior learning and skill requirements, assist training specialist with the development and maintenance of the site wide training curriculum to meet the requirements of Cameco’s Systematic Approach to Training (SAT). You will also schedule and work co-operatively with site employees to ensure training requirements are met.
You will also maintain good communication and co-operation with the mine department, site services and contractors to ensure site wide training goals are achieved.
|Education and Qualifications
||Requirements of the position:
•A bachelor’s degree in education or a diploma in adult education
•A minimum of seven years of relevant work experience, or equivalent
•Equivalent combination of education and work experience considered
•Strong computer, presentation and communication skills are essential
•Work a rotational schedule and commute to site by aircraft
•Previous underground work experience
•Certification as a Canadian registered safety professional
Applicants may be considered at an appropriate level, if fully qualified applicants do not apply.
||The Cigar Lake project, which is located in northern Saskatchewan, operates on a rotational schedule. Employees commute to the operation by aircraft.