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It Project Manager, Saskatoon

Published 2022-05-19
Expires 2022-06-19
ID #1002610984
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It Project Manager, Saskatoon
Canada, Saskatchewan, Saskatoon,
Published May 19, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: It project manager


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At Cameco we understand the value of a diverse workforce and we embrace, encourage and support workplace inclusion and diversity. New ideas, perspectives, experiences, and expertise make Cameco stronger. We are committed to building a diverse workforce reflective of the communities we operate in. Our vision is to create a culture where inclusion is the goal, and a diverse and representative workforce is our measure of success. Cameco is committed to providing an inclusive selection process, free from systemic barriers. support employment equity and encourage all members of underrepresented groups (i.e., women, Indigenous peoples, persons with disabilities and members of racialized groups/visible minorities) to voluntarily disclose. Cameco welcomes applicants from all backgrounds, abilities, and experiences to apply.Position and ResponsibilitiesAMPED UP is a multi-year portfolio of projects, focusing on a mix of digital, automation, process optimization and operational effectiveness solutions. In this exciting role, you will simultaneously lead AMPED UP projects through the analysis, design, development, and implementation of digital solutions and operational improvements at Cameco Corporation. You will play a pivotal role in project delivery through the planning, management and control of project schedules, costs and deliverables, while keeping management and stakeholders informed and up to date.This is a one-year temporary position.Education and QualificationsRequirements of the position:Bachelor''s degree in science, business, or a related disciplineFive to eight years of demonstrated project management experience in successfully delivering projectsProject Management Institute credentialEquivalent combination of education and work experience consideredAssets:Experience in managing agile, hybrid and other digital implementations and projectsExperience with agile project management tools.Change Management certification and experienceReq ID : 37825Posted: May 17, 2022Posting end date: June 7, 2022The physical and psychological safety of our employee''s is a top priority at Cameco. We invite candidates to voluntarily disclose accommodation requirements, if contacted in relation to a job opportunity. Information received will be addressed confidentially and Cameco''s Workplace Inclusion and Accommodation Program document is available upon request. Successful candidates for all positions that will work at Safety Sensitive Sites or Safety Sensitive Positions must take and pass a Substance Test, which includes marijuana, as a condition of employment. Marijuana remains in a user''s system for about 30 days, so applicants who recently used marijuana recreationally should not expect to pass a substance test. Cameco requires all Canadian employees to be fully vaccinated against Covid-19.

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