Systems Administrator

July 11 2019
Industries Energy
Categories Information Technology, System administrator
Saskatoon, SK

Systems Administrator

Saskatoon, SK


As a member of Cameco's business technology services department (BTS) you will support server and storage infrastructure for the global enterprise and actively participate in technology related projects. As a technical specialist you will collaborate with BTS team members to resolve problems and create solutions to support users and business goals. You will gather and analyse requirements, plan tasks and dependencies, provide status reports and meet timelines to ensure a high level of success in delivering solutions. Most importantly, you should have a tenacious and insatiable attitude toward troubleshooting and solving problems.

Education and Qualifications

   Requirements of the position:

  • Bachelor's degree in computer science or a related field
  • Five or more years of professional IT experience troubleshooting, maintaining and supporting a large, multi-domain Active Directory environment
  • Equivalent combination of education and work experience considered


  • Working knowledge in PowerShell, Windows Server 2012, Active Directory, and Group Policies
  • Current Microsoft Certification is an asset
  • Experience with Multi-Vendor hardware (Cisco UCS, Dell)
  • Experience with UNIX/LINUX environments
  • Experience with VMware vSphere architecture, design, and implementation
  • Experience with Microsoft Cloud (O365, Azure) Architecture, design, and implementation

We offer:

• 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 Deadline for applications is August 1, 2019. Please quote competition number 31780.

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. 

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