The Radiation Safety Institute of Canada is looking to add a Radiation Scientist to its dynamic team.
What we offer:
a positive working environment where your team is supportive and encourages your growth, an opportunity to learn and develop professionally, as well as to try your hand at many facets of the Institute’s work. For the balance of 2022, we offer the
flexibility of working in a hybrid model with time in the office on a need-be basis only.
What we do:
We promote occupational radiation safety in workplaces in almost every kind of industry, in the health, education, and other service sectors, and in the public sector, and we promote environmental radiation safety in homes, schools, and the community. To learn more about our mission visit the About Us Page
In response to a multitude of requests for assistance, we provide impartial advice, sound information, professional training, and public education, together with a range of scientific and technical services to industries of every kind, to the services sector, to governments, community organizations, the media, and individual Canadians.
Our education and training courses have earned a national reputation for excellence. The Insitute’s radiation dosimetry service, licensed by the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission, is unique in North America. The National Education Centre is located in Toronto and our National Laboratories are in Saskatoon. Our motto is “Good science in plain language.”® You will be joining the team at our National Education Centre in Toronto. This is a full-time position. Some travel may be required.
Participate in teaching radiation safety courses; assist in the development of new training programs and enhancing existing curricula; coordinate training courses including registration and other administration; support team engineer in the assessment of X-Ray plans, assist clients with CNSC license applications, radiation safety protocols and manuals; evaluate radiation, X-ray, and electromagnetic field measurements; produce technical reports; participate in scientific and
technical meetings; perform other scientific/technical duties as required.
- Minimum M.Sc., in physics or a related field
- Familiar with radiation physics
- Excellent written and oral communication skills
- Excellent analytical and critical skills
Desired Qualifications and Experience
- Specialization in health, medical, laser, nuclear, or applied physics
- Experience in scientific data analysis
- Experience in writing technical reports and publications
- Experience in writing proposals
- Familiarity with CNSC licensing procedures
- Experience in teaching and training administration
- Bilingual (English/French) not essential, but an asset
The candidate should clearly indicate how he/she meets each of the required and the desired qualifications.
Please apply by E-mail by May 31, 2022 to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject: Radiation Scientist Application 2022
The Radiation Safety Institute of Canada is an equal opportunity employer with an excellent
employee benefits plan, including health benefits and pension plans. If you would like the
challenge of the position and wish to be considered, we would be pleased to hear from you.
This advertisement is directed to Canadian citizens and permanent residents only.