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!
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. Relocation package available. We invite qualified applicants to consider our Lost Creek Production Geologist position, described below.
Position summary: Initially working for our Lost Creek ISR, LLC operating subsidiary, our Production Geologist is responsible for planning and implementation of delineation and production drilling programs and resource development in consultation with the Mine Geologist.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential function satisfactorily. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
- Provide geological and technical expertise while supporting development projects and/or drilling programs.
- Manage and carry out data compilation and interpretation of drilling data for target generation and mineral resource calculations.
- Interpret drilling data from geophysical logs and samples to design monitoring and production patterns and wells.
- Coordinate with EHS on proper bonding and permitting of assigned projects.
- Perform mineral resource calculations and submit reports to senior staff for review.
- Complete written and oral geologic reports as requested.
- Other duties related to the project activities as requested by the Mine Geologist.
Representative Education and Qualifications:
- BS in Geology or Geological Engineering; experience in the mining industry with relevant experience in uranium a plus.
- Understanding of geophysical logs and related concepts as used in in-situ uranium mining.
- Understanding of hydrologic concepts as they relate to uranium deposition and mining.
- Professional level oral and written communication skills.
Applicants must be currently legally authorized to work in the U.S. We are an equal opportunity employer.