Job Category: HR
Location: Cigar Lake, SK
Work Contract: Casual (K6)
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Position and Responsibilities
As the Elder advisor you will be responsible for bringing forward employee and contractor questions and concerns to site human resources. This includes listening and providing guidance, as well as job shadowing employees in their daily activities, while maintaining confidentiality.
You will assist in planning and promoting emotional, spiritual and physical activities to increase the overall well-being and cultural understanding of site employees and contractors. You will also support Cameco's corporate responsibility team and represent Cigar Lake in northern community meetings and visits, communicating information on mine site activities.
As a respected Elder from the Athabasca region of northern Saskatchewan, you will demonstrate Cameco's values of safety and environment, people, integrity and excellence in your daily activities.
Education and Qualifications
Requirements of the position:
- Resident of an Athabasca Basin community, in line with the Ya'Thi Nènè Collaboration Agreement
- Two to three years of leadership experience in community roles such as Elder or councillor
- Knowledge of the Dene culture and traditional lifestyle
- Fluent in English and Dene
- Work a flexible schedule (approximately four days per month) and commute to site by aircraft
- Mine site or industrial work experience
Req ID #: 28465
Posted: November 23, 2017
Posting end date: December 22, 2017
Safety Sensitive Position
Applications will also be reviewed by the Ya'Thi Nènè Collaboration Agreement Joint Implementation Committee in addition to Cameco.