August 20, 2012 | Barb Carr

Job Openings: Incident Investigators Needed (Two Positions Open)

I just received this job posting from a Saskatoon consulting company currently recruiting two resources (cross-shift) for a client at a northern Saskatchewan uranium mine.  If you are interested please reply to the e-mail address listed at the end of this post.  Thank you!


  • Investigate or lead investigations into various incidents occurring at a northern uranium mine site.
  • Incidents may include:  health/safety, environmental, operations, loss to process, non-conformance events and near misses.
  • Meet regularly with the corrective action specialist to review new events and determine priority for investigation, report status of open investigations and action plans.
  • Develop recommendations to prevent and/or minimize potential of recurrence and impact.
  • Assist corrective action specialist with delivery of corrective action program.

Desired Skills/Experience:

  • Previous experience in conducting incident investigations using applicable methodologies
  • Experience in industrial work settings
  • Knowledge of various incident analysis techniques/methodologies
  • Knowledge of safety, health and environment management theory
  • Experience in managing multiple investigations simultaneously
  • Ability to work in groups or on own with minimal supervision
  • Ability to handle stressful situations and work with a diverse group of trades and professionals
  • Good organization, communication and people skills.
  • Proficiency with MSOffice (Word and Excel) and general computer skills.

Schedule is 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. (1 hr. lunch) in shifts of 7 days in/7 days off. Contract position required immediately until end of 2013 (with potential to extend). Group insurance and health benefits offered (after 3 months employment).  Flights from Saskatoon to site, accommodation and meals at site provided. Excellent camp facilities, amenities and activities offered.

If you possess the stated skillset please reply to with your resume, references and expected salary.

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