Geo Technician

UR Energy   Rawlins, WY   Full-time     Construction / Physical Labor / Skilled Trades
Posted on January 9, 2023
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Work for one of the premier employers in Wyoming

Join the Ur-Energy / Lost Creek Team – Geo Technician Position Open 

Offering competitive salaries and a robust benefit package, including wellness benefits (health, dental, vision), generous PTO, 401K Plan with Company match plan, and much more.

Geo Technician Position Summary: responsible for providing company-wide support to geologic staff, with a focus on current mining operations. The position assists with routine update and maintenance of drill hole databases primarily through use of GIS software and will assist with other GIS and drafting needs including generating and updating mapping projects. The Geo Technician will perform surveying tasks using Trimble equipment, including staking planned drill holes, recording drilled hole and well locations, and other tasks related to mine-related infrastructure. The position will also assist with field work including providing geologic description of drill cuttings and conducting environmental sampling.

Seeking a qualified candidate with an Associates or Bachelor of Science degree in geology or a related discipline, with two years’ experience with similar responsibilities preferred but not required. Strong computer skills including GIS software such as ArcGIS and/or MapInfo, as well as CAD software and MS Office (Excel, Word, etc.).

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The position will office either at our Casper Operations Office or Lost Creek mine site north of Rawlins. Field work will typically be at our Lost Creek and Shirley Basin mine sites in south-central Wyoming.

Applicants must be currently legally authorized to work in the U.S. We are an equal opportunity employer.

Apply by emailing HR@Ur-Energy.com or by providing a resume at www.ur-energy.com/careers.

Ur-Energy is an innovative, industry-leading ISR uranium company, operating the Lost Creek mine in south-central Wyoming. Production operations began at Lost Creek in 2013 and, to date, we have produced ~2.7Mlbs U3O8. Our second Wyoming uranium project, Shirley Basin, has all major regulatory authorizations and stands construction ready.

Be a part of the solution: nuclear energy is clean energy!