ob Number: J1216-0210
Job Title: Student Employment - Summer 2017
Division: 3250 Resourcing and Career Management Division
Directorate: 320 Human Resources Directorate
Job Type: Student
Number of Positions: 30
Language Requirements: Various
Unionized: No
Nuclear Energy Worker: No
Salary Range: $13.76 - $21.41/Year (Salary Under Review)
Closing Date: February 28, 2017

Job Specific Notes:

The Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) is excited to launch its 2017 Summer Employment Campaign. We are now accepting applications from students in order to offer valuable, hands-on work experience related to their field of study. These work placements allow for a wealth of learning opportunities to improve your skills and gain valuable work experience in a dynamic work environment.

We are offering many types of exciting and challenging jobs to post-secondary students. These opportunities encompass a wide range of duties and responsibilities in support of our safety mandate. This full spectrum includes:

• Science and Engineering: Regulatory activities (data analysis, research, report analysis, laboratory/sample, inspection)

• Business Administration: Human Resources ; Finance ; Administration ; Information Technology ; Security ; Legal Services ; Audit and Evaluation ; Communication ; e-Communications ; Business Planning

• Administrative Support

For more information about the CNSC, visit nuclearsafety.gc.ca

Organizational Information:

The Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission regulates the use of nuclear energy and materials to protect health, safety, security and the environment, and to implement Canada's international commitments on the peaceful use of nuclear energy; and to disseminate objective scientific, technical and regulatory information to the public.

Along with nuclear power plants, the CNSC regulates many other types of nuclear facilities and applications. These include: uranium mines and mills; facilities that process uranium and fabricate nuclear fuel; research facilities; nuclear substances, such as medical isotopes used to treat cancer; and specialized instruments, such as industrial radiography cameras and nuclear gauges.

For more information about the CNSC, visit nuclearsafety.gc.ca

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