About CNL

As Canada’s premier nuclear science and technology (S&T) organization Canadian Nuclear Laboratories (CNL) serves the nation as an enabler of business innovation and technology transfer. And, we foster the development of highly-qualified people for the knowledge economy to come.

About ERM

The Environmental Remediation Management portfolio supports the Government of Canada's commitment to a clean and healthy environment for Canadians. Innovative technologies, modern facilities and technical expertise are provided in support of the safe storage and long-term management of radioactive waste. Redundant buildings and infrastructure are decommissioned in a prioritized manner reducing the legacy liability and associated risks and site operating costs. Environmental remediation processes apply systematic risk assessments, based on sound science and remediation solutions that help ensure all activities are protective of the environment and human health. Activities focus on addressing and managing health, safety, security and environment (HSSE) risks.

ERM MISSION

1. Clean up: Reduce the hazards at our six legacy sites in cooperation with our client and our communities.

2. Transform the CNL business at Chalk River site by driving as one team with Operations and Capital to reshape the physical infrastructure and develop the people to deliver their business.

3. Grow in size and strength and provide exciting opportunities for our people and socio-economic benefits to our communities and Canada.

OUR OBJECTIVE

Accelerate all 3 elements of the mission to make Canada Safer Sooner and create the conditions that provide exciting employment opportunities.

CNL Mission and Objective

Objective

Advancing nuclear science and technology for a clean and secure world.

MISSION

  • Restore and protect the environment.

  • Advance clean energy technology for today and tomorrow.

  • Contribute to the health of Canadians.

Speakers

Hyoun Park

Vice President
Environmental Remediation Management

Corey Quinn

Facilities Decommissioning & Environmental Management

Bruce Buffer

Deputy VP & General Manager
Facilities Decommissioning & Environmental

Agenda

All Times Eastern Standard Time

10:00 a.m. – 10:15 a.m.

Opening presentation (Video) Vice President, Environmental Remediation Management

9:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Videos from our Management team

11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

Live presentation (video) from our General Manager Environmental Remediation and Deputy VP of ERM

10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Exhibit Hall Open (Career Booths)

1:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.

Live presentation (video) from our Director, Facilities Decommissioning & Environmental Remediation

2:00 p.m. – 2:45 p.m.

Live question and answer with some of the CNL Management Team

2:45 p.m.

Closing Remarks from our Management team

Frequently Asked Questions

As Canada’s premier nuclear science and technology (S&T) organization Canadian Nuclear Laboratories (CNL) serves the nation as an enabler of business innovation and technology transfer. And, we foster the development of highly-qualified people for the knowledge economy to come. More information on CNL is available on https://www.cnl.ca/en/home/default.aspx.
Our Laboratories are located in a few Canadian locations, and are headquartered in Chalk River, Ontario, a couple of hours North of Canada's beautiful capital, Ottawa. Videos on CNL and the Ottawa region and valley. https://www.cnl.ca/en/home/about/locations/default.aspx
CNL is Canada’s largest national nuclear laboratory and we have almost every job you can imagine. We have some high level priorities at CNL. Cleaning up the environment, creating clean energy for today and tomorrow and improving the health of Canadians. You can build a career within the field you are trained in or if you want to branch out there is plenty of opportunity to expand into new challenges. We’re always looking to advance employees as a way to build a strong, dedicated, knowledgeable workforce.
CNL has an Employment Equity Program and encourages applications from women, Aboriginal Peoples, visible minorities and persons with disabilities. We promote an inclusive, respectful work environment where individuals and groups can achieve their full potential.
Canadian Nuclear Laboratories Virtual Career Fair is an online career fair focused on Engineering, Technologist/technicians, Health and Safety, Radiation Protection, Health Physicist, Skilled Trades, General Labours, Procurement, Project Management, Emergency Preparedness, Environmental Remediation and Waste Management. It will take place Monday January 18th at https://cnlcareers.vfairs.com/. The Exhibit Floor is virtual and accessible 24/7 after the initial launch on Monday January 18th, 7 a.m. EST However, a live representative in each booth will be available between the hours of 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. EST on the day of the event. Agenda is available online.
Job Seekers with an interest, education and/or experience within the Nuclear, Decommissioning, Waste Management, Radiation Protection areas.
Job seeks within the following disciplines Engineering, Technologist/technicians, Health and Safety, Radiation Protection, Health Physicist, Skilled Trades, General Labours, Procurement, Project Management, Emergency Preparedness, Environmental Remediation and Waste Management.
Career Opportunities for those seeking employment in Nuclear Industry. With experience or a keen interest in Decommissioning, Health & Safety, Environmental Remediation and Waste Management. Meet CNL Talent Specialists, Hiring Managers and Subject Matter Experts in the listed areas to learn more about what CNL does, and why a career with us will be rewarding.
A quick click of the link, fill in your details, and submit. Arrive on Monday ready to tour around listen to our Management team talk about each of our areas and talk with some of our great team!
https://cnlcareers.vfairs.com/
If you have already registered, no further action is necessary. Your registration will be captured on the Virtual Career Fair Platform.
No. You do not need to download or install any software to participate in our conference. You only need to have access to the Internet.
We recommend Chrome or Firefox.
All sessions will have an interactive component via a chat, Q&A with the speaker, or ability to contact the speaker or other attendees.
All sessions will be available on-demand free of charge for 30 days after the event.
Live sessions can accommodate 10,000 viewers. If the session room is already full, you will be notified. The session will be recorded and available on-demand three hours after the scheduled time and available for 30 days after the meeting.
All interested job seekers must submit their application through our online job board. Visit www.cnl.ca/careers to see what positions we are currently looking to fill with individuals driven for success, with a safety first mind set and motivated by lifelong learning.
Positions CNL is interested in filling are posted on our external website at www.cnl.ca/careers and stay open until the position has successfully been filled. Those successful for interview will be contacted by a member of the CNL team. Once the position is no longer on the cnl.ca job board the role has been filled. CNL makes every effort to notify all applicants once the role has been successfully filled.
Please contact Stephanie.bellerose@cnl.ca and Kerrie.birkas@cnl.ca with any additional questions you may have. Please note, due to high volume we appreciate your patience in receiving a response.
The ERM Career Fair is for Employment Seekers only, and those agencies interested in learning how to become a preferred vendor are asked to contact Candice.simpson@cnl.ca. Non solicited Agencies are asked to use the fair as an opportunity to learn more about CNL, and not to solicit their services to our management team.