Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission
The Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) is committed to ensuring our workforce is representative and reflective of Canadian society. We strive to be a safe and healthy workplace – one that is inclusive and free from harassment and discrimination. We encourage you to self-identify, regardless of whether you are a member of a designated group or not. Everyone counts! Other benefits may include: - Bilingual bonus up to $1,200 per year - Minimum 15 days of annual leave per year - Competitive salary and benefit package - A wealth of internal career opportunities- Strong support for employee wellness and mental health- In addition, since we are currently working from home, we have tools in place to work efficiently from home: tablet with access to our network, cell phone, MS Teams and virtual team meetings.
As a Licensing Specialist:
- You will assess applications for licenses for medical, academic and industrial uses of nuclear substances and radiation devices.
- You will ensure that the applicant's radiation safety program meets regulatory requirements and standards.
- You will make recommendations to the Designated Officer about whether to issue, renew, amend or revoke a nuclear substances and radiation devices license.
- Depending on the level, you may interpret regulations and advise applicants on the regulatory requirements and standards.
- You may participate in compliance and enforcement activities.
- You may respond to, investigate, and follow-up on incidents reported by licensees.
- You may communicate, report, and advise internally and externally on nuclear substances and radiation devices regulatory matters.
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