Work for one of the premier employers in Wyoming at the Lost Creek Project – North of Rawlins
Join the Lost Creek Team – Open Position: Electrician
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.
The Lost Creek Electrician is responsible for maintaining electrical systems project wide including in operating wellfields, the processing facility and in offices and ancillary buildings. Also responsible for field connection of powerlines to wellfield transformers and motor-control-centers to allow for operation of new production areas. Work will include assembling, installing and maintaining electrical or electronic wiring, equipment, appliances, apparatus, and fixtures; as well as diagnosing and troubleshooting malfunctioning systems, apparatus, and components. Inspection and testing of electrical systems, equipment, and components to identify hazards, defects, and the need for adjustment or repair, and to ensure safety and compliance with codes; must advise management on whether continued operation of equipment could be hazardous. All work specified and performed will conform with specifications and requirements for building and safety code regulations in the State of Wyoming.
Off-hours call-outs to the Lost Creek site.
Qualified candidates will have industrial, commercial and/or residential experience, with some experience on PLC, DCS systems, and VFD instrumentation preferred. Journeyman Electrician, or greater qualification. Employee must maintain their current licenses/certifications for continued employment. High school diploma or equivalent preferred. Proficient in the use of computer and Microsoft Office. Valid driver’s license and insurable driving record.
Applicants must be currently legally authorized to work in the U.S.
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!