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  • Electrical Engineer IV

    Regular/Permanent
    USA / North Carolina
    Published on 12/6/2022
    Job reference : 2022-11472
    Orano Federal Services LLC combines the capabilities/ resources from multiple Orano companies to provide know-how, key services, products, and technologies to the US Department of Energy, its subcontractors, and industrial/commercial clients in all phases of the nuclear fuel cycle. Orano is seeking an Electrical I&C Engineer IV or V&V Engineer IV to support nuclear material related equipment and facilities. The scope may also later include electrical I&C support of nuclear material packaging/ancillary equipment; material processing and handling equipment/systems and facilities; remote maintenance equipment/systems; confinement structures (e.g., hot cells); etc. The individual will: Engage stakeholders and assist in the development of requirements (e.g., functional, regulatory, etc.) and identification of applicable codes/standards for the proposed equipment; Review of design documents, to include Piping and Instrument Diagrams (P&IDs), design specifications, instrument and control drawings, calculations, etc. Design and review of digital and analog control logic. Update software requirements, design, implementation, and test documentation in support of software configuration management, especially in support of design changes necessary to support Commissioning and Plant Operations. Specification for instrumentation and control valves. Generation of instrument data sheets and material requisitions. Use and update software databases for instrumentation, valve, and I/O Coordination of physical locations of instrumentation, control valves, control cabinets, etc. Design and review of cabinet layouts. Industrial control system (PLC) software programming with specific focus on ABB 8000xA system. Coordination with other engineering disciplines and other functions. Support and oversite of field work activities associated with scope. Participation in supplier factory acceptance testing. Some travel to plant and supplier facilities may be required. Responsibilities will include planning/conducting individually assigned engineering tasks or participation in a portion of a larger task or project. Additional responsibilities could include completing assignments in the areas of design reviews, proposal development, work scoping/planning, or other general engineering tasks as directed. [Note: Orano FS has offices in Charlotte, NC; Aiken, SC; Federal Way, WA; Richland/Pasco, WA; and Idaho Falls, ID. Based on candidate proximity, consideration may be given to placing personnel in one of these locations.]
    Published on 12/6/2022
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  • Design Engineer I

    Regular/Permanent
    USA / North Carolina
    Published on 11/23/2022
    Job reference : 2022-11379
    Orano Federal Services LLC combines the capabilities/ resources from multiple Orano companies to provide know-how, key services, products, and technologies to the US Department of Energy, its subcontractors, and industrial/commercial clients in all phases of the nuclear fuel cycle. Orano FS is seeking a Mechanical Engineer I (Equipment Design Engineer) for nuclear fuel cycle and related facilities. The initial focus of the work scope will be back end fuel handling equipment. The scope may also later include nuclear material packaging/ancillary equipment; material processing and handling equipment/systems; remote maintenance equipment/systems; confinement structures (e.g., hot cells); etc. Equipment may be deployed in permanent facilities/structures or as temporary/modular systems. The individual will: Engage stakeholders and assist in the development of requirements (e.g., functional, regulatory, etc.) and identification of applicable codes/standards for the proposed equipment; Perform research and identify approaches for meeting the proposed requirements (e.g., via appropriate combinations of COTS components, modified COTS components, and/or custom components/equipment); Develop conceptual design options for the equipment; Support the development of cost estimates for completing the design, fabrication, testing, and installation of the equipment; Complete preliminary design and detailed design for the chosen option (in conjunction with other supporting disciplines such as electrical/I&C engineers, structural mechanics engineers, designers, etc.); and Support fabrication, installation, and testing of the equipment. Major Duties and Responsibilities could include but are not limited to the following: Development of engineering packages (drawings, specifications, other technical documents) for the equipment; Interfacing with project management, other engineering disciplines, procurement personnel, and startup/operations personnel throughout the equipment development life cycle; Providing requirements for facility design/layout to facilitate equipment access, performance of maintenance/inspection, and equipment removal; Providing recommendations with respect to equipment standardization/modularization; and Ensuring compliance with government, organization, and customer engineering requirements, standards and procedures. Responsibilities will include planning/conducting individually assigned engineering tasks or participation in a portion of a larger task or project. Additional responsibilities could include completing assignments in the areas of design reviews, proposal development, work scoping/planning, or other general engineering tasks as directed. [Note: Orano FS has offices in Charlotte, NC; Aiken, SC; Federal Way, WA; Pasco, WA; and Idaho Falls, ID. Based on candidate proximity, consideration may be given to placing personnel in one of these locations.]
    Published on 11/23/2022
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  • Design Engineer III

    Regular/Permanent
    USA / North Carolina
    Published on 11/28/2022
    Job reference : 2022-11380
    Orano Federal Services LLC combines the capabilities/ resources from multiple Orano companies to provide know-how, key services, products, and technologies to the US Department of Energy, its subcontractors, and industrial/commercial clients in all phases of the nuclear fuel cycle. Orano FS is seeking a Mechanical Engineer III (Equipment Design Engineer) for nuclear fuel cycle and related facilities. The initial focus of the work scope will be back end fuel handling equipment. The scope may also later include nuclear material packaging/ancillary equipment; material processing and handling equipment/systems; remote maintenance equipment/systems; confinement structures (e.g., hot cells); etc. Equipment may be deployed in permanent facilities/structures or as temporary/modular systems. The individual will: Engage stakeholders and assist in the development of requirements (e.g., functional, regulatory, etc.) and identification of applicable codes/standards for the proposed equipment; Perform research and identify approaches for meeting the proposed requirements (e.g., via appropriate combinations of COTS components, modified COTS components, and/or custom components/equipment); Develop conceptual design options for the equipment; Support the development of cost estimates for completing the design, fabrication, testing, and installation of the equipment; Complete preliminary design and detailed design for the chosen option (in conjunction with other supporting disciplines such as electrical/I&C engineers, structural mechanics engineers, designers, etc.); and Support fabrication, installation, and testing of the equipment. Major Duties and Responsibilities could include but are not limited to the following: Development of engineering packages (drawings, specifications, other technical documents) for the equipment; Interfacing with project management, other engineering disciplines, procurement personnel, and startup/operations personnel throughout the equipment development life cycle; Providing requirements for facility design/layout to facilitate equipment access, performance of maintenance/inspection, and equipment removal; Providing recommendations with respect to equipment standardization/modularization; and Ensuring compliance with government, organization, and customer engineering requirements, standards and procedures. Responsibilities will include planning/conducting individually assigned engineering tasks or participation in a portion of a larger task or project. Additional responsibilities could include completing assignments in the areas of design reviews, proposal development, work scoping/planning, or other general engineering tasks as directed. [Note: Orano FS has offices in Charlotte, NC; Aiken, SC; Federal Way, WA; Pasco, WA; and Idaho Falls, ID. Based on candidate proximity, consideration may be given to placing personnel in one of these locations.]
    Published on 11/28/2022
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  • Design Engineer I

    Regular/Permanent
    USA / Washington
    Published on 11/30/2022
    Job reference : 2022-11433
    Orano Federal Services LLC combines the capabilities/ resources from multiple Orano companies to provide know-how, key services, products, and technologies to the US Department of Energy, its subcontractors, and industrial/commercial clients in all phases of the nuclear fuel cycle. Orano FS is seeking a Mechanical Engineer I (Equipment Design Engineer) for nuclear fuel cycle and related facilities. The initial focus of the work scope will be back end fuel handling equipment. The scope may also later include nuclear material packaging/ancillary equipment; material processing and handling equipment/systems; remote maintenance equipment/systems; confinement structures (e.g., hot cells); etc. Equipment may be deployed in permanent facilities/structures or as temporary/modular systems. The individual will: Engage stakeholders and assist in the development of requirements (e.g., functional, regulatory, etc.) and identification of applicable codes/standards for the proposed equipment; Perform research and identify approaches for meeting the proposed requirements (e.g., via appropriate combinations of COTS components, modified COTS components, and/or custom components/equipment); Develop conceptual design options for the equipment; Support the development of cost estimates for completing the design, fabrication, testing, and installation of the equipment; Complete preliminary design and detailed design for the chosen option (in conjunction with other supporting disciplines such as electrical/I&C engineers, structural mechanics engineers, designers, etc.); and Support fabrication, installation, and testing of the equipment. Major Duties and Responsibilities could include but are not limited to the following: Development of engineering packages (drawings, specifications, other technical documents) for the equipment; Interfacing with project management, other engineering disciplines, procurement personnel, and startup/operations personnel throughout the equipment development life cycle; Providing requirements for facility design/layout to facilitate equipment access, performance of maintenance/inspection, and equipment removal; Providing recommendations with respect to equipment standardization/modularization; and Ensuring compliance with government, organization, and customer engineering requirements, standards and procedures. Responsibilities will include planning/conducting individually assigned engineering tasks or participation in a portion of a larger task or project. Additional responsibilities could include completing assignments in the areas of design reviews, proposal development, work scoping/planning, or other general engineering tasks as directed. [Note: Orano FS has offices in Charlotte, NC; Aiken, SC; Federal Way, WA; Pasco, WA; and Idaho Falls, ID. Based on candidate proximity, consideration may be given to placing personnel in one of these locations.]
    Published on 11/30/2022
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  • Design Engineer III

    Regular/Permanent
    USA / Washington
    Published on 11/30/2022
    Job reference : 2022-11434
    Orano Federal Services LLC combines the capabilities/ resources from multiple Orano companies to provide know-how, key services, products, and technologies to the US Department of Energy, its subcontractors, and industrial/commercial clients in all phases of the nuclear fuel cycle. Orano FS is seeking a Mechanical Engineer III (Equipment Design Engineer) for nuclear fuel cycle and related facilities. The initial focus of the work scope will be back end fuel handling equipment. The scope may also later include nuclear material packaging/ancillary equipment; material processing and handling equipment/systems; remote maintenance equipment/systems; confinement structures (e.g., hot cells); etc. Equipment may be deployed in permanent facilities/structures or as temporary/modular systems. The individual will: Engage stakeholders and assist in the development of requirements (e.g., functional, regulatory, etc.) and identification of applicable codes/standards for the proposed equipment; Perform research and identify approaches for meeting the proposed requirements (e.g., via appropriate combinations of COTS components, modified COTS components, and/or custom components/equipment); Develop conceptual design options for the equipment; Support the development of cost estimates for completing the design, fabrication, testing, and installation of the equipment; Complete preliminary design and detailed design for the chosen option (in conjunction with other supporting disciplines such as electrical/I&C engineers, structural mechanics engineers, designers, etc.); and Support fabrication, installation, and testing of the equipment. Major Duties and Responsibilities could include but are not limited to the following: Development of engineering packages (drawings, specifications, other technical documents) for the equipment; Interfacing with project management, other engineering disciplines, procurement personnel, and startup/operations personnel throughout the equipment development life cycle; Providing requirements for facility design/layout to facilitate equipment access, performance of maintenance/inspection, and equipment removal; Providing recommendations with respect to equipment standardization/modularization; and Ensuring compliance with government, organization, and customer engineering requirements, standards and procedures. Responsibilities will include planning/conducting individually assigned engineering tasks or participation in a portion of a larger task or project. Additional responsibilities could include completing assignments in the areas of design reviews, proposal development, work scoping/planning, or other general engineering tasks as directed. [Note: Orano FS has offices in Charlotte, NC; Aiken, SC; Federal Way, WA; Pasco, WA; and Idaho Falls, ID. Based on candidate proximity, consideration may be given to placing personnel in one of these locations.]
    Published on 11/30/2022
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  • Mill Operator - Temporary - Talent Pool

    Fixed term/Temporary
    Canada / Saskatchewan
    Published on 7/22/2021
    Job reference : 2021-7511
    Mill Operator (Temporary) - Talent Pool Join our talent pool for upcoming Mill Operator positions. Submit your resume for future consideration when positions become available. *Priority will be given to qualified Athabasca residents Responsibilities include: -Conduct all duties required in a safe and efficient manner -Successfully complete training in the following areas: confined space entry, fall protection, lockout, WHMIS, radiation -Competently operate and troubleshoot independently once trained in an area -Act as a peer trainer for the process areas once trained and competent in the six process areas -Operate all mandatory mobile equipment competently -Take on an active leadership roles (lead hand, project lead, new circuit commissioning, etc.…) when requested/required -Actively participate in weekly safety huddles -Main responsibilities include: Ore Receiving, Leaching, CCD/Tailings, Clarification/SX, Precip/Calcining, JEB and SUE Water Treatment and Central Control Room -Embrace and support Operational Excellence efforts and OE Culture -Comply with all Orano health, safety and environmental policies, practices and procedures -Promote and adhere to Orano Canada’s values: Customer Satisfaction, Continuous Improvement, Respect and People Development, Cohesion and Team Spirit, and Exemplarity, Integrity, Responsibility Work Conditions, Location & Schedule: -McClean Lake site -14 days in and 14 days out rotating schedule -Normally an 11 hour work day, although some activity outside or normal working hours may be required -This position is physically demanding -May be required to lift moderately heavy objects (up to 50 pounds) -Ability to work rotating shifts (days and nights) Fly Day- This position will fly in and fly out on Tuesday Pick-Up Points: Saskatoon, Prince Albert, La Ronge, Buffalo Narrows and the designated communities in the Athabasca region of  Camsell Portage, Uranium City, Stony Rapids, Fond du Lac, and Wollaston. As a condition of employment the successful candidate must complete Orano’s pre-employment checks including education verification and employment reference checks. Drug (including marijuana) and alcohol substance testing is a requirement for all Safety Sensitive positions. Applicants who have recently used marijuana recreationally may not pass a substance test as marijuana can remain in the user’s system for as many as 30 days after use. Orano is an equal opportunity employer.  We value the knowledge, experience and cultures and commit to the advancement of Indigenous Peoples, Women, Visible Minorities and People with Disabilities and strongly encourage all candidates from these designated groups to apply for our career opportunities.
    Published on 7/22/2021
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  • Journeyperson Industrial Mechanic - Temporary

    Fixed term/Temporary
    Canada / Saskatchewan
    Published on 12/5/2022
    Job reference : 2022-11464
    Responsibilities include: -Responsible for all aspects of millwright maintenance in the milling complex and surrounding areas. This may include preventative maintenance work, equipment repairs and participation in developing maintenance programs. -Rebuilding pumps of various types and sizes -Removal of pumps, fans and agitators for maintenance -Bearing replacements, belt/sheave changes and adjustments -Oil Changes on equipment -Some occasional welding/fabricating -Maintain a safe and organized working environment -Embrace and support Operational Excellence efforts and OE Culture -Complies with all Orano health, safety and environmental policies, practices and procedures -Promote and adhere to Orano Canada’s values: Customer Satisfaction, Continuous Improvement, Respect and People Development, Cohesion and Team Spirit, and Exemplarity, Integrity, Responsibility Work Location & Schedule: -McClean Lake -14 day in/ 14 day out rotating schedule -Normally an 11 hour work day, although some activity outside of normal working hours may be required -This position requires moderate physical ability Fly Day- This position will fly in and fly out on Wednesday Pick-Up Points: Saskatoon, Prince Albert, La Ronge, Buffalo Narrows and the designated communities in the Athabasca region of  Camsell Portage, Uranium City, Stony Rapids, Fond du Lac, and Wollaston. As a condition of employment the successful candidate must complete Orano’s pre-employment checks including education verification and employment reference checks. Drug (including marijuana) and alcohol substance testing is a requirement for all Safety Sensitive positions. Applicants who have recently used marijuana recreationally may not pass a substance test as marijuana can remain in the user’s system for as many as 30 days after use. Orano is an equal opportunity employer.  We value the knowledge, experience and cultures and commit to the advancement of Indigenous Peoples, Women, Visible Minorities and People with Disabilities and strongly encourage all candidates from these designated groups to apply for our career opportunities.
    Published on 12/5/2022
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  • Project Manager - Mining Feasability Study, Uzbekistan M/F

    Regular/Permanent
    France / Ile-de-France / Hauts-de-Seine (92)
    Published on 10/6/2022
    Job reference : CDI2022MNDPSI8704-10921
    Orano Mining Orano Mining’s teams discover, develop, and operate profitable and geographically diversified uranium deposits to ensure the security of supply of its customers. Orano is positioned among the world's leading producers of uranium, with competitive production costs and state-of-the-art mining techniques implemented in operating mines in Canada, Kazakhstan, and Niger. Context As part of the renewal of its portfolio of projects and the preparation of the continuity of its production capacities, Orano Mining plans to decide, from 2024, on its next capital investments. The Djengeldi project in Uzbekistan, which was acquired in December 2019, is one of the key investment projects, the potential of which must be validated by a pre-feasibility and feasibility study before 2024.  The mining method chosen for this project is In Situ Recovery (ISR).  As part of this development, Orano Mining has established its subsidiary Nurlikum Mining based in Tashkent in partnership with the Uzbek company Goscom Geology. The position Description of the missions The project manager is responsible for carrying out the pre-feasibility studies (PFS) and final feasibility studies (DFS) of the Djengeldi project, on time and within budget. He/she will publish the feasibility study (DFS) to the Orano Management Committee. He/She will be responsible for: ·         Managing all aspects of a resource project on these PFS/DFS  phases ·         Defining the organization of the project (resources, schedule, budget, KPIs, contributors...) ·         Developing and pilot the study management plan, including: -          The definition and management of the project schedule, costs, QA/QC insurance, human resources, communications, and project risks. -          Planning, coordination, verification of studies, multidisciplinary work, compliance with mining design standards, regulations, QHSE, integration of new innovative technologies and integration of ecodesign into the project. -          The economic valuation of the project (CAPEX, OPEX) -          Leading and coordinating a diverse team of geologists and mining, processing, and engineering professionals. -          Effectively manage interactions with Orano Mining's functional departments, operational mining sites, consultants, and specialized laboratories. -          Ensure the proper execution of contributors' tasks, respect the budget and the provision of deliverables for each milestone of the project. -          To implement project control, risk analysis. The Project Manager reports hierarchically to the Director of New Projects of Orano Mining within the Orano Mining Projects and Industrial Support Department. He also reports to the Managing Director of the subsidiary Nurlikum Mining who has overall responsibility for the project. As part of his activities, he will provide technical support to the Managing Director of the Nurlikum Mining subsidiary.
    Published on 10/6/2022
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  • Journeyperson Electrician

    Regular/Permanent
    Canada / Saskatchewan
    Published on 11/28/2022
    Job reference : 022-210-M-11406
    Responsibilities include: -Inspect, repair, or replace faulty parts and wiring on motors, generators, power distribution and control panels, breakers, electronic devices, etc. -Cable tray construction, cable pulling, pipe bending. -Maintenance and troubleshooting of all Mill and site electrical systems -Updating blueprints and documentation as required -Maintain and troubleshoot electrical equipment and power distribution throughout the plant -Establish the appropriate procedure to locate and correct electrical problems, and determine electrical component replacements -Inspect electrical systems, equipment, and components to identify hazards, defects, and the need for adjustment or repair, and to ensure compliance with codes -Ensure that regulatory, licensing, and company requirements are met in an effective and timely manner -Install and maintain high, medium, and low voltage power controls on equipment -Use a variety of tools and equipment such as power mobile equipment, measuring devices, power tools, and testing equipment including ammeters, and test lamps -Work from ladders, scaffolds, and roofs to install, maintain or repair electrical wiring, equipment, and fixtures -Overtime, call outs, and shift work as required -Other duties as assigned -Work closely with mill operations and other departments -Suggest ways of improving the efficiency of the plant and department -Possible skill development within the trade, where seen as necessary -Embrace and support Operational Excellence efforts and OE Culture -Comply with all Orano health, safety and environmental policies, practices and procedures -Promote and adhere to Orano Canada’s values: Customer Satisfaction, Continuous Improvement, Respect and People Development, Cohesion and Team Spirit, and Exemplarity, Integrity, Responsibility Work Location & Schedule:  -McClean Lake Mine site -14 days in and 14 days out rotating schedule -Normally an 11 hour work day, although some activity outside of normal working hours may be required Fly Day- This position will fly in and fly out on Wednesday Pick-Up Points: Saskatoon, Prince Albert, La Ronge, Buffalo Narrows and the designated communities in the Athabasca region of Camsell Portage, Uranium City,  Stony Rapids, Fond du Lac, and Wollaston. As a condition of employment the successful candidate must complete Orano’s pre-employment checks including education verification and employment reference checks. Drug (including marijuana) and alcohol substance testing is a requirement for all Safety Sensitive positions. Applicants who have recently used marijuana recreationally may not pass a substance test as marijuana can remain in the user’s system for as many as 30 days after use.
    Published on 11/28/2022
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  • Executive Assistant

    Regular/Permanent
    USA / Texas
    Published on 11/22/2022
    Job reference : 2022-11375
    Orano Med: Orano Med has developed new processes for producing high-purity lead-212, a rare radioactive isotope. Lead-212 is currently at the heart of promising research projects in nuclear medicine to develop new treatments against cancer. The innovative approach, known as targeted alpha therapy (TAT), recognizes and destroys cancer cells while limiting the impact on nearby healthy cells.   Job Description: Orano Med is seeking an Executive Administrative Assistant to support the Chief Medical Officer and the Clinical group.   Major Duties and Responsibilities The Executive Administrative Assistant will help manage administrative tasks for the clinical team, including but not limited to: Handle requests and queries appropriately Arrange meetings and appointments Send and collect NDA agreements Expense reporting Make travel arrangements Record minutes for meetings Edit/produce reports, presentations, and briefs as directed Generate, manage and follow-up purchase orders for the department Follow-up on invoices received from vendors Manage important documents for the department (including versioning, electronic signatures, approval process, …)
    Published on 11/22/2022
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