Canadian Nuclear Laboratories (CNL) is Canada’s premier nuclear science and technology organization. The Headquarters and core Research and Development operations are situated at Chalk River Laboratories (CRL) in the upper Ottawa Valley of Ontario.
The Chalk River Laboratories represent the largest single complex within Canada’s science and technology infrastructure.
Over the next decade, CNL will be transforming its Chalk River Laboratories through the revitalization of essential site infrastructure, the decommissioning of aging infrastructure and a significant investment in new, world-
class science facilities. The Research and Development Operations at CNL is segmented into program areas covering Energy, Environment, Health, and Safety and Security.
The Research & Development Operations at CNL is divided into five Divisions : Nuclear Engineering & Systems Analysis, R&D Nuclear Facilities, R&D Operations, Fuels, Materials & Design and Environmental, Radiological & Chemical Sciences.
Each Division, made up of several branches, is led by a Division Director. of their R&D Operations vision and strategy. The role is responsible for understanding the behavior of current and future reactor systems and components during design and beyond design-
basis events. Areas of interest include Fluids Engineering, Nuclear Safety Experiments, Computational Methods, Systems & Safety Analysis, Applied Physics and Cyber Security.
The ideal candidate understands how to support growing initiatives and programs by providing innovative solutions through developing staff and expanding research capabilities, while fostering an environment of collaboration and inspiration and providing effective leadership to the division.
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