Orano is an equal opportunity employer. We value the knowledge, experience and cultures of all, and commit to the advancement of Aboriginals, Women, Visible Minorities and People with Disabilities. We strongly encourage all candidates from these designated groups to apply for our career opportunities.


Orano gives preference to Residents of Saskatchewan's Northern Administration District at our northern operations as we endeavor to provide employment opportunities to local applicants.

Orano Canada offers a variety of rewarding career opportunities in many fields such as but not limited to engineering, environment, geology, radiation protection, metallurgy, skilled trades and many more.

Our relaxed work atmosphere, competitive salaries and full range of benefits and employees support programs foster a healthy and gratifying work life.

Whether working at the McClean Lake Operation seven days in and seven days out or in the Saskatoon and La Ronge offices, we strive to ensure that we provide our employees with comfortable facilities and an enriching and engaging workplace.

If you are wondering what it is like to live at the McClean Lake Operation in northern Saskatchewan for seven days at a time, take a look at the video:

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Public relations

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Northern Scholarships

Orano provides scholarships for post-secondary students from northern Saskatchewan each year. We have been contributing to the education of northern students for more than 40 years.

Community Investment

Orano’s community investment pillar is primarily focused on community initiatives and organizations in the regions near our operations and activities or where our employees reside.

Incident Notification

This information notifies the public of incidents that may be important to them, remedial actions undertaken, and their potential effect on health, safety and the environment.

Mining operations

The group holds a broad portfolio of mines in operation (Canada, Kazakhstan and Niger), as well as projects under development (Africa).