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 looking for our new Laboratory Manager. Reporting to the Chief Scientist, Radiation Safety Institute of Canada, the Laboratory Manager supervises staff, directs and oversees the day-to-day operations and reporting functions of all laboratory services including the Radon-in-Homes, Instrument Calibration, Leak Testing, Postal Quality Assurance and the Personal Alpha Dosimetry Service while ensuring that work meets the requirements of the Quality Assurance Program and RSIC Dosimetry Service Licence. The Manager must be knowledgeable in the field of radiation science and must possess strong analytical and problem solving skills. He/She should have a good working knowledge of the instrumentation used in the measurement of radiation. He/She should have some research and laboratory experience. The Manager must become thoroughly familiar with all the operational, technical and quality assurance aspects of all services offered by the National Laboratory. In addition, he/she must also have a good working knowledge of computer applications for word processing, spreadsheets, databases, computer programming, and statistics. Good communication skills, both written and oral, are essential.
The Manager, National Laboratories is responsible for overseeing all technical, scientific and quality assurance aspects of the RSIC`s National Laboratory. From time to time, the Manager may be called upon to aid in teaching courses offered by the RSIC.
As necessary, the Manager will also take on the duties and responsibilities of the technical staff.
How to Apply: The Radiation Safety Institute of Canada is an equal-opportunity employer with an excellent employee benefits plan, including health benefits and pension plan. If you would like the challenge of the position and wish to be considered, we would be pleased to hear from you. Applications can be made by submitting a resume, with cover letter, via e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org This advertisement is directed to Canadian citizens and permanent residents only.
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