CNL is Canada’s premier nuclear science and technology organization, with a proud heritage in the nuclear industry, and one of Canada's Top 100 Employers.
Over the next decade, CNL will be transforming its Chalk River Laboratories (CRL) through the revitalization of essential site infrastructure, the decommissioning of aging infrastructure and a significant investment in new, world-class science facilities and a modern, efficient and collaborative campus environment. To support and these changes, CNL’s highly-skilled employees will deliver a range of nuclear services – ranging from research and development, design and engineering to specialized technology, waste management and decommissioning.
With over 3,000 employees working in laboratory and project sites across the country, CNL is committed to a positive work environment that offers its staff the opportunity to grow personally and professionally.
Canadian Nuclear Laboratories (CNL) is currently looking to hire two Certified Industrial Hygienists (CIH) or Industrial Hygienist (IH) for our Chalk River location in Ontario, Canada and Whiteshell location in Manitoba, Canada. These positions are opportunities for motivated, innovative, and customer focused professionals to contribute to CNL's HSSEQ organization and CNL's overall success.
Developing, recommending, and implementing programs and procedures associated with the recognition, measurement, evaluation, and control of potential health and safety hazards.
Contributing to and implementing annual IH plans for assigned sites/business units.
Developing, revising and implementing industrial hygiene programs, procedures and instructions.
Providing daily industrial hygiene support for assigned Business units, including exposure assessment, project planning and execution, oversight of IH Technicians
Collaborating daily with other OSH personnel and customers to developing solutions to IH/OSH problems
Mentoring junior team-members and developing and delivering or facilitating IH training
Promoting teamwork and a positive work environment within the organization; and delivering exceptional customer service
Identifying gaps between current IH practices and company programs, procedures, regulatory requirements, industry standards and best practices related to Industrial Hygiene issues.
Attending designated meetings and work with a diverse group of internal and external clients.
Providing program oversight and input to reviews, audits and continuous improvement assessment.
Performing other duties as directed by manager.
Providing feedback from project team to HSSE&Q Director regarding compliance program input and continuous improvement assessments.
Managing relationships with other CNL service providing departments such as Radiation Protection, Procurement, Emergency Management, and Environmental Management.
Managing relationships with other support groups such as Nuclear Facilities, Maintenance, Work Planning, Procurement and Construction Superintendents.
Bachelor’s Science Degree, Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) Degree or related disciplines such as Environmental Science, Chemistry, Biology or Applied Science from a university of recognized standing. Able to meet Technical Union's qualifications for membership.
Minimum of six years of work experience industrial hygiene. Experience in hazardous material management, construction, nuclear or chemical industries preferred.
Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH) or Registered Occupational Hygienist (ROH) designation or, capable and willing to obtain within a reasonable period of time.
Experience in developing occupational health and industrial hygiene programs and procedures.
Good understanding of the occupational health and safety legislation, both in federal and provincial jurisdictions.
Extensive knowledge in occupational health and industrial hygiene standards, guidelines and best practices from Federal and Ontario (or other provincial) governments, CSA, ANSI, NIOSH, ACGIH, AIHA, ASHRAE, US EPA and other recognized organizations.
Expert knowledge of and experience implementing industrial hygiene/safety-related risk assessments and corrective actions, including application of the hierarchy of controls.
Expert knowledge and application of techniques and procedures for industrial hygiene exposure assessment (both qualitative and quantitative), to include sampling and sampling techniques/instrumentation, sample analysis, and selection/implementation of controls.
Experience skill in the preparation and communication of industrial hygiene/safety technical information to technical and non-technical personnel.
Experiences in industrial hygiene projects involving confined space entry and rescue, asbestos building management, asbestos inventory, asbestos abatement, lead removal, silica and other designated substances, risk assessments, air monitoring, ventilation evaluation, noise assessments, hearing conservation, respiratory protection, indoor air quality and physical hazards.
Membership in an engineering or scientific professional organization is advantageous.
Knowledge and application of Integrated Safety Management, Integrated Work Management, and other industrial hygiene and safety procedures.
Demonstrated excellent interpersonal skills, including the ability to lead, mentor, and work effectively within an integrated team environment and provide excellent customer service.
Advanced level of computer skills desired with Microsoft Office applications (Excel, Word, PowerPoint, and Outlook).
Will be required to take CNL Radiation Protection Group 3 training.
Additional Salary Information: The salary is based on a 37.5 hour work week per annum.
The successful candidate will be eligible for the following benefits:
•Supplementary and Basic Life Insurance
About Canadian Nuclear Laboratories
CNL is Canada’s premier nuclear science and technology organization. CNL is a world leader in developing peaceful and innovative applications from nuclear technology through its expertise in physics, metallurgy, chemistry, biology and engineering.
Highly skilled employees enthusiastically deliver a range of nuclear services – ranging from research and development, design and engineering to specialized technology, waste management and decommissioning.
CNL continues its commitment to ensure that Canadians and the world receive energy, health, and environmental benefits from nuclear science and technology with confidence that nuclear safety and security are assured.