The Environmental Remediation Projects (ERP) Branch is responsible for providing support to Environmental Remediation Management (ERM) at Canadian Nuclear Laboratories. CNL has a proud, history of nuclear research that extends back over sixty years.
Are you a proven leader with increasingly relevant transportation and packaging experience interested in a new challenge, and opportunity within the nuclear industry? The successful individual will demonstrate and share in the importance of CNL’s
INTRO As a member of the Environmental Modeling and Instrumentation Section, contribute to research centered on predicting environmental dose. The job assumes shared responsibility for development, maintenance and support of regulatory dose
INTRO A self-motivated Technologist is required to work with a multi-disciplinary branch providing integrated project management, engineering, design and construction services for nuclear and non-nuclear facilities and R&D experiments at the CRL
INTRO This position primarily involves fabrication of components for commercial supply of nuclear pump seals, as well as related research and development work. Additional work may include development and testing of fluids-related technologies,
Department: Material Sciences, Chalk River INTRO The incumbent will be part of a well-established team of professionals and technologists specializing in the study of neutron irradiation damage and its effects on reactor component material
DUTIES · Be Technical/Operational lead in the development of new characterization initiatives in support of Operations, Environmental Remediation Management; oversight of established techniques/operations and continually seek alternatives to
INTRO The Radiochemical Technologist will perform the day-to-day analyses of samples submitted for radiochemical analysis, assist in the development/optimization of new methods, and assist in the maintenance of labs and instrumentation under