Analyst, Business Intelligence
POSITION AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Cameco's business technology services (BTS) department provides vital services to world-wide operations utilizing a variety of technologies to support key operations. We are looking for an enthusiastic, hard-working team-player to join the applications team to administer and support various business capabilities. This is a great opportunity to develop skills in a high demand technology, as well as to interact with the business and understand their needs in order to provide innovative solutions using data modelling and content development.
You will work within a team of technical experts to understand the data requirements and optimise their use within the business departments. Your main area of responsibility will be improving business processes and driving innovation through the use of business intelligence software. You will translate business needs to technical solutions while applying best practices in IT security, governance and change management. This is a growth opportunity with potential to progress your career in the exciting field of information technology.
EDUCATION AND QUALIFICATIONS
Requirements of the position:
Safety is a top priority at Cameco. Successful candidates for all positions at safety-sensitive sites or in safety-sensitive positions must take and pass a substance test (which includes marijuana testing) 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.
• competitive pay
• superior benefits
• employee share ownership plan for all employees
• Live Better wellness program
Cameco values diversity. In keeping with this principle and our employment equity goals, we particularly encourage qualified applicants from the designated equity groups to apply.
To explore this career opportunity, please visit www.camecocareers.com. Deadline for applications is January 29, 2019. Please quote competition number 31632.