Administrative Assistant
Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission
Mississauga, ON
The Opportunity
If you’re an experienced assistant looking for a new challenge then look no further. As a member of the Mississauga Regional Office within the Directorate of Nuclear Substance Regulation, you will be supporting the management team in delivering on key commitments.

Closing Date: July 31, 2019, 11:59pm (EST)

Organizational Information
The Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission regulates the use of nuclear energy and materials to protect health, safety, security and the environment, and to implement Canada's international commitments on the peaceful use of nuclear energy; and to disseminate objective scientific, technical and regulatory information to the public.

Along with nuclear power plants, the CNSC regulates many other types of nuclear facilities and applications. These include: uranium mines and mills; facilities that process uranium and fabricate nuclear fuel; research facilities; nuclear substances, such as medical isotopes used to treat cancer; and specialized instruments, such as industrial radiography cameras and nuclear gauges.

For more information about the CNSC, visit

Essential Qualifications:Education:
Minimum High School Diploma

  • Managing multiple calendars, preparing meeting materials and scheduling meetings for management level positions.
  • Handling correspondence administration, including drafting correspondence, document management, proofreading and editing meeting materials and reports.
  • Tracking and monitoring the finances of a business unit.
  • Providing administrative support services to a multi-disciplinary team.
Knowledge of:
  • Office administrative processes; document management, finance/budget, security, procurement, human resources and planning functions.
  • Reviewing, editing and revising a wide variety of correspondence materials.
Language Requirements:
English essential

Key Competencies:
The following "Key Behavioural Competencies" define the behaviours expected of all CNSC employees. These competencies serve as the basis for the selection, performance management, development and recognition of CNSC employees and will form part of the evaluation of this process.

  • Live it - Model the CNSC values
  • Own it - Be Accountable & Achieve Results
  • Build it - Collaborate Effectively with Others
  • Learn it - Commit to your Professional Growth & Personal Leadership
2. Submit the following documents, as these requirements will be used at the initial screening stage:
  • A cover letter that tells us, in one page or less, with examples on how you meet the required experience listed above.
  • Your resume, including your contact information so we can reach you.
3. From your profile, find the Job Opportunities button in the left navigation bar and apply to this specific job opportunity by the closing date.

Additional Notes:
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HR Contacts:
Heidi Wechselberger
Human Resources Coordinator

Jessica Beaudry
Human Resources Advisor