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The Radiation Safety Institute of Canada is an independent not-for-profit organization specializing in radiation safety. 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.

We are always on the lookout for good people. We are an equal-opportunity employer with a best-in-class employee benefits plan, including health benefits and pension plan.

Current Opportunities

We are currently looking for a Radiation Scientist to join our team at the National Education Center in Toronto. The purpose of the position is to teach in-class radiation safety courses, maintain and further develop our e-learning portfolio, answer questions from the public and workplaces about radiation safety, and support the RSIC consulting function.

This is a full time position. Some travel will be required. Desired start day August 10, 2015.

Job Description

  • Teach radiation safety courses
  • Assist in development of new training programs and enhancing existing curricula
  • Develop RSIC e-learning courses and maintain our e-learning platform (Moodle LMS)
  • Assist clients with CNSC license applications, radiation safety protocols and manuals
  • Produce technical reports
  • Assist in evaluation of radiation safety programs
  • Perform other scientific/technical duties as required

Required Qualifications

  • M.Sc. degree in physics, biophysics, medical physics, nuclear physics or a related field
  • Familiar with radiation physics
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Excellent analytic and critical skills
  • Demonstrable ability in teaching, proficiency in presenting formal training material
  • Skilled in the use of Microsoft Office applications, in particular, Word, Excel, Power Point and Outlook
  • Demonstrated understanding of web-based applications
  • English essential

Desired Qualifications and Experience

  • Specialization in health, medical, laser, nuclear, or applied physics
  • Experience in teaching
  • Experience in scientific data analysis
  • Experience in writing technical reports and publications
  • Experience in writing proposals
  • Some familiarity with CNSC licensing procedures
  • Bilingual (English/French) not essential, but an asset
  • Experience with Moodle LMS e-learning platform and Articulate are an asset

We are small team, where every member performs several functions at once.  To complement the existing team, we are looking for a self-starter, someone who is comfortable speaking in front of a class, and who is flexible and responsible. New graduates are encouraged to apply.

Candidate should clearly indicate how he/she meets each of the required and the desired qualifications.

Please send your application by July 29, 2015 to:

Radiation Safety Institute of Canada
Attention: Coordinator, Administrative Services
165 Avenue Road, Suite 300
Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5R 3S4

Fax: 416.650.9920

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.




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