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.
We are currently looking for a Chief Scientist to drive the scientific development of the Institute and provide leadership to its team of scientists.
The position will be physically located at our Toronto office. This is a full time position. Some travel will be required.
See full job description: http://www.radiationsafety.ca/about/careers/chief-scientist
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, as well as maintain and further develop our e-learning portfolio.
If you know your physics, have energy, drive and imagination, we’re interested. If you have common sense and a down-to-earth approach to practical problems, we’re even more interested. If you like a challenge, have a sense of humour and can work independently in a collegial atmosphere, better still. If you can speak effectively and can teach and write, best of all.
This is a full time position. Some travel will be required.
See full job description: http://www.radiationsafety.ca/about/careers/radiation-scientist-2
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