Human Resources

Ur-Energy   Casper, WY   Full-time     Human Resources
Posted on June 13, 2024

Work for one of the premier employers in Wyoming

Join the Ur-Energy / Lost Creek Team – HR Position Open 

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.

HR Position Summary: responsible for facilitating human resource processes at our Lost Creek site and operational and corporate offices, including recruiting, hiring, onboarding, training and administrative functions. Will assist with recordkeeping, evaluation processes, processing of data and maintenance of HR listings (e.g., organizational charts, phone and office lists, file audit records). Will interact with staff to address work-place issues and questions, and support supervisors with guidance on performance and conduct issues. Will assist with clerical and administrative functions outside HR as needed. Confidentiality and trust key.

Seeking a qualified candidate with three – five years’ experience in HR support and competent knowledge of HR/employment practices and law. College degree and/or human resources certification(s) preferred. Strong interpersonal and communication skills. Proficient computer skills using MS Office (Excel, Word, etc.).  Solid organizational and problem-solving skills; attention to detail.

Job Location:                                         

Prefer Casper-based office assignment, with regular duties at Lost Creek north of Rawlins; alternatively, may office at Lost Creek, north of Rawlins with responsibility for Casper and other mine site offices.

Applicants must be currently legally authorized to work in the U.S. We are an equal opportunity employer.

Apply by emailing a resume to or providing a resume at

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!