Cameco Careers and Employment
- Company size1,001 to 5,000
- Revenue$1bn to $5bn (CAD)
- IndustryEnergy, Mining, Utilities
- Headquarters2121 11th St W Saskatoon, SK, Canada S7M 1J3
O&M in Cigar Lake, SK
on 22 March 2021
You get out what you put in.I’m fortunate enough to work in a small slightly specialized group that is well led and has clear goals and paths to them. My leadership has open door policy but does not pay lip service. They will listen to ideas and if they’re not suitable they will tell you and explain why. My guys are also very supportive in developing their workforce. Definitely bumps in the here and there but nothing serious.
Millwright in Rabbit Lake, SK
on 25 September 2021
Great experienceTime at Rabbit lake was great, there was a great set of guys to work with and the knowledge that was gained from their experience was priceless. Always felt at home when at work, bosses were good to deal with, the safety culture was a ten compared to other places of work. There were lots to do when not at work like weights or other activities that were put up by the ptarmigan club. Summertime was great for the fishing. The people that were part of the site are what made it a great place to work you had people of all races working together with a common goal to get that ore out of the ground and processed for shipping in a safe manner. Sure there were some incidents but which site or company does not have these happen, corrective actions were usually immediately dealt with thus making the site a very strict yet safe site to work at.
Chemical Operator (UO2) - Contract in Port Hope, ON
on 6 January 2021
Great job if you can get it.This is the A standard company. Benefifs, pension, advancement opportunities but getting your foot in the door is tough. Might not seem that way but most of the people that work here are lifers and for good reason; this company can help u provide for your family for a long time, but super hard to get in.
Supply Chain Coordinator in Saskatoon, SK
on 4 January 2021
Toxic environmentStay away. You’re just a number and nobody cares. Very top heavy company with too many levels of management. Lots of entitled and clueless people in management rolls. Too much corporate red tape and many pointless work tasks just to keep managers looking busy.
Heavy Equipment Operator in McArthur River
on 10 October 2020
Great experience, good people. Cameco is top of the line compared to other sites I’ve worked atIt would be nice to get a callback. It is a good company for Northerners. All the years I’ve been there I have enjoyed it.Close to home,work rotations were good. After the layoff I worked at other mines, but Cameco was still the best by far. It provides good work experience and follows safety standards consistently. Highly recommend employment to others.
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