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We are looking for a vibrant and dynamic Research Associate, Structural Reliability to support our Construction Research Centre. The Research Associate, Structural Reliability would be someone who shares our core values of Integrity, Excellence, Respect and Creativity.
The primary responsibility of the Research Associate (RA) is to support the goals of NRC and the Research Centre through research of international calibre and the development and application of advanced technologies. The RA works in a team environment with researchers and technical experts in world-class facilities. Activities include the development of proposals for new research initiatives, project management, and providing service to NRC clients. The RA provides input into the overall direction and research priorities for the program area within the context of the Research Centre business plan.
Experience in reliability-based design, evaluation and rehabilitation of structures.
Experience in probabilistic modeling and simulation of performance of structures under extreme events and/or aging.
Experience in risk-based design, evaluation and rehabilitation of structures.
Experience in data collection and analysis, overseeing data production, and ensuring data quality.
Experience in test design and conducting structural tests would be considered an asset.
Employer will assist with relocation costs.
Additional Salary Information: The Research Associate (RA) Program is unique to the NRC. It falls under the RO/RCO classification system which uses a person-based classification system instead of the more common duties-based classification system. Candidates are remunerated based on their expertise, skill, outcomes and impacts of their previous work experience.
Internal Number: REQ 941
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•Enable companies to innovate by providing knowledge, equipment and easier access to applied research;
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•Develop the highly skilled workforce that industry needs; and we
•Bridge the innovation gap between university-based discovery and industrial commercialization.