Post-doctoral Fellow in Neuropsychopharmacology – Khokhar lab – University of Guelph

The Khokhar Lab (www.khokharlab.com) researches the interactions between substance use and serious mental illness, with an eye toward treatment of these disorders using a variety of behavioural and circuit-interrogation methods. The Post-doctoral Fellow will conduct brain imaging and behavioural experiments assessing the effects of alcohol drinking and chemogenetic or pharmacologic manipulation in a rat model of schizophrenia (5-year CIHR-funded grant).

Previous experience with pre-clinical MRI imaging (e.g., fMRI, DTI, MRS) is preferred. In addition, previous experience with schizophrenia (e.g., pre-pulse inhibition) and addiction-like behaviours (e.g., self-administration) would be beneficial. The Post-doctoral fellow will also provide input with respect to appropriate methodology, procedures, equipment and standards to produce required research data and apply specialized knowledge and principles to review, appraise and interpret published literature, summarize research findings, and draft scientific/technical reports, manuscripts, grant proposals while establishing and maintaining effective relationships with lab members, and presenting research findings (may include presenting findings at conferences).

Minimum Qualifications: PhD degree in Neuroscience, Pharmacology, Biomedical Physics, with related research experience (pre-clinical MRI Imaging and Behavioural methods above).

The successful applicant will be encouraged to apply to extramural funding, but funding is in place for renewal of contract beyond the first year. The expected start date is as soon as possible. The position will remain open until filled. Please indicate in your application if you are a Canadian citizen or a permanent resident of Canada.

How to apply

Please send a cover letter, current CV, and a list of 3 references to Dr. Jibran Khokhar at jkhokhar@uoguelph.ca. We will notify applicants before contacting any references.

About the City of Guelph

Located in southwestern Ontario (100 km west of Toronto), the City of Guelph is ranked as one of the Top Ten Places to live in Canada. Guelph – a city of approximately 130,000 people – offers the opportunity to live in a community with small-town charm while providing amenities for families and single adults alike. Guelph is a vibrant community and home to a lively downtown core, thriving cultural communities, diverse recreational activities, numerous shopping facilities, and a variety of special events.

The University of Guelph

The University of Guelph is a top-ranked comprehensive university in Canada with an enrolment of about 28,000 undergraduate and graduate students across approximately 40 academic units. The University is known for its commitment to student learning, innovative research, and collaboration with world-class partners. The unique combination of transformative research and innovative teaching creates a distinctive campus culture that is widely sought after. People who learn and work here are shaped and inspired by a shared purpose: To Improve Life. Reflecting that shared purpose, the university community seeks to create positive change, here and around the world. Our University community shares a profound sense of social responsibility, a drive for international development, and an obligation to address global issues.

The University of Guelph acknowledges the Attawandaron people on whose traditional territory the University of Guelph resides and offers our respect to our Anishinaabe, Haudenosaunee and Métis neighbours as we strive to strengthen our relationships with them.

At the University of Guelph, fostering a culture of inclusion (http://bit.ly/2yVClqd) is an institutional imperative. The University invites and encourages applications from all qualified individuals, including from groups that are traditionally underrepresented in employment, who may contribute to further diversification of our Institution.

Postdoctoral Fellowships in Cognitive Neuroscience – BrainsCAN at Western University

Western University, home to a large cluster of world-renowned neuroscience researchers, is looking to bring the world’s most promising young cognitive neuroscientists to an outstanding research environment with unparalleled infrastructure. BrainsCAN is a 7-year, $66 million initiative funded by the Government of Canada, that is enabling researchers at the University, along with its national and international academic and commercial partners, to understand and significantly reduce the impact of cognitive disorders across the lifespan.

BrainsCAN is committed to improving representation of marginalized groups in neuroscience through the implementation of best practices of equity and inclusion. We are inviting applications from outstanding neuroscientists who identify with an underrepresented group (including Black, Indigenous, LGBTQ2S+, people with disabilities, and women) for 10 available postdoctoral positions. Applicants will have the opportunity to work with our talented cognitive neuroscientists, and should contact potential advisors based on their research interests before submitting their application.

The Postdoctoral Fellow program offers highly competitive compensation packages with independent research allowances, a brand-new state-of-the-art facility, and opportunities to work with highly esteemed researchers across multiple disciplines. Postdoctoral Fellows will have access to BrainsCAN-supported core facilities for neuroimaging; for studying human cognition, behaviour and sensorimotor control; for development and use of computational methods; and for establishing and exploring rodent and nonhuman primate models of cognition and behaviour. Skilled staff within these cores support state-of-the-art technical equipment including research-only MRI systems (3T, 7T, and 9.4T), laboratories for cognitive, behavioural, and electrophysiological testing in humans and animal models, advanced molecular techniques, a sleep laboratory, and access to a variety of neurological patient populations in affiliated teaching hospitals.

Already ranked amongst the best in the world in cognitive neuroscience and neuroimaging, Western researchers employ cognitive, computational, clinical, and translational approaches to understand and intervene in brain function.

Contact information

For additional information, please visit our website at: https://brainscan.uwo.ca/programs/pdf_special_call/index.html

Contact: brainscan@uwo.ca

Posting end date

2020/12/04

 

Dendritic Algorithms for Perceptual Learning – Muller lab at University of Montreal / CHU Ste-Justine Research Center / Quebec Artificial Intelligence Institute

I’m happy to announce the Architectures of Biological Learning Lab is Hiring!

I’m looking for exceptional candidates at the MSc, PhD or post-doc level to work on “Dendritic Algorithms for Perceptual Learning”. The project will employ simulations of pyramidal neurons and plasticity, and deep convolutional networks to study representation learning in the neocortex. Prior experience with Python, NEURON, and/or PyTorch would be an asset.

This project will be undertaken in collaboration with Profs. Yoshua Bengio (UdeM, Mila), Roberto Araya (UdeM, CRCHUSJ), and Blake Richards (McGill, Mila).

Start date: As soon as possible. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Selection of applications will begin on October 15th, 2020.

Montreal, Canada is a thriving international hub for Artificial Intelligence and Neuroscience research, with a booming AI industry. It’s where Donald O. Hebb originally formulated Hebbian Learning. It’s also a vibrant, funky, cosmopolitan yet affordable city of over 4 million, referred to as “Canada’s Cultural Capital” by Monocle magazine. In 2017, Montreal was ranked the 12th-most liveable city in the world by the Economist Intelligence Unit in its annual Global Liveability Ranking, and the best city in the world to be a university student in the QS World University Rankings.

For more details and instructions how to apply, please visit: https://bit.ly/3l1PGFH

Contact information

Eilif B. Muller, Ph.D.
IVADO Assistant Research Professor
Department of Neurosciences, Faculty of Medicine, University of Montreal
Associate Faculty Member – Quebec Artificial Intelligence Institute (Mila)
Centre de recherche du CHU Sainte-Justine
3175 Côte Sainte-Catherine,
Montréal QC
H3T 1C5, Canada

Academic Neuro-Oncologist – McMaster University and Hamilton Health Sciences

The Department of Medicine, Faculty of Health Sciences at McMaster University and Hamilton Health Sciences invite applicants for an Academic Physician to join the Division of Neurology. This is a full-time faculty position for a period of three years (renewable). Academic rank will be commensurate with the candidate’s qualifications and experience.

Applicants will have completed training in neurology and specialty training in neuro-oncology. A combination of clinical, research and educational activities will be undertaken.

Clinical activities will include neuro-oncology clinics, neuro-oncology consultation with a multidisciplinary regional oncology team, administration and monitoring of chemotherapy, neuro-oncology program development, participation in neuro-oncology clinical trials, and general neurology clinical activities. The successful candidate will be a full-time member of the Division of Neurology and will be expected to contribute to the academic mission of the Faculty and Division. The successful candidate should also have interest in undergraduate and post-graduate teaching in general neurology and neuro-oncologic disorders.

Applicants should be certified (or eligible for certification) by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada and must be licensed (or eligible for licensure) in the Province of Ontario.

Please apply on-line to job opening # 34437 online via the McMaster Academic Careers website (http://www.workingatmcmaster.ca/careers/) directing your application to:

Dr. W. J. Oczkowski, MD FRCPC, Professor and Academic Head Division of Neurology

McMaster University and Hamilton Health Sciences

237 Barton Street East, Hamilton, Ontario L8L 2X2
Email: oczkowsk@mcmaster.ca

Interested applicants must include an up to date curriculum vitae, description of training and research experience as well as the names and addresses of three professional referees.

All qualified applicants are encouraged apply; however, Canadian citizens and permanent residents will be considered first for this position. To comply with the Government of Canada’s reporting requirements, the University is obliged to gather information about applicants’ status as either Permanent Residents of Canada or Canadian citizens. Applicants need not identify their country of origin or current citizenship; however, all applications must include one of the following statements:

“Yes, I am a citizen or permanent resident of Canada” or

“No, I am not a citizen or permanent resident of Canada”

Employment Equity Statement

McMaster University is located on the traditional territories of the Haudenosaunee and Mississauga Nations and within the lands protected by the “Dish With One Spoon” wampum agreement.

The diversity of our workforce is at the core of our innovation and creativity and strengthens our research and teaching excellence. In keeping with its Statement on Building an Inclusive Community with a Shared Purpose, McMaster University strives to embody the values of respect, collaboration and diversity, and has a strong commitment to employment equity.

The University seeks qualified candidates who share our commitment to equity and inclusion, who will contribute to the diversification of ideas and perspectives, and especially welcomes applications from indigenous (First Nations, Métis or Inuit) peoples, members of racialized communities, persons with disabilities, women, and persons who identify as 2SLGBTQ+.

As part of McMaster’s commitment, all applicants are invited to complete a confidential Applicant Diversity Survey through the online application submission process. The Survey questionnaire requests voluntary self-identification in relation to equity-seeking groups that have historically faced and continue to face barriers in employment. Please refer to the Applicant Diversity Survey – Statement of Collection for additional information.

Job applicants requiring accommodation to participate in the hiring process should contact:

Human Resources Service Centre at 905-525-9140 ext. 222-HR (22247), or
Faculty of Health Sciences HR Office at ext. 22207, or
School of Graduate Studies at ext. 23679
to communicate accommodation needs.

Contact information

Please apply on-line to job opening # 34437 online via the McMaster Academic Careers website (http://www.workingatmcmaster.ca/careers/) directing your application to:

Dr. W. J. Oczkowski, MD FRCPC, Professor and Academic Head Division of Neurology
McMaster University and Hamilton Health Sciences
237 Barton Street East, Hamilton, Ontario L8L 2X2
Email: oczkowsk@mcmaster.ca

Posting end date

2020/10/22

Graduate Study Opportunity in Insect Neuroethology – University of Manitoba

The Invertebrate Neuroethology Laboratory in the Department of Biological Sciences at the University of Manitoba is seeking one or two talented MSc or PhD students starting in the Fall term of 2021. Our laboratory is interested in how brains select appropriate behavioural responses to varying conditions, how different brains produce different behaviours, and how brains change with age and experience. Using primarily honey bees and cockroaches, we employ immunohistochemistry, microscopy, electrophysiology, and a wide variety of behavioural assays.

Application deadline for Canadian and US applicants: June 1, 2021.
Application deadline for international applicants: March 1, 2021.

For more information, please contact Dr. Byron N. Van Nest at least two months prior to these deadlines.

Contact information

Dr. Byron N. Van Nest
Assistant Professor
Invertebrate Neuroethology Laboratory
Department of Biological Sciences
University of Manitoba
212B Biological Sci Bldg
Winnipeg, MB, R3T 2N2
Canada

byron.vannest@umanitoba.ca

Posting end date

2021/05/01

Academic Neurologist – McMaster University and St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton

The Department of Medicine, Faculty of Health Sciences at McMaster University and St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton invite applicants for an Academic Physician to join the Division of Neurology. This is a full-time faculty position for a period of three years renewable. Academic rank will be commensurate with the candidate’s qualifications and experience.

Clinical activities will include neuromuscular clinics, out-patient ALS clinics, and general neurology clinical activities. The successful candidate will be a full-time member of the Division of Neurology and will be expected to contribute to the academic mission of the Faculty and Division. The successful candidate should also have interest in undergraduate and post-graduate teaching in general neurology and neuromuscular disorders. A combination of clinical, research and educational activities will be undertaken.

Applicants should be certified (or eligible for certification) by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada and must be licensed (or eligible for licensure) in the Province of Ontario. Additional neurology training and specialty training in neuromuscular disorders and ALS is a requirement.

All qualified applicants are encouraged apply; however, Canadian citizens and permanent residents will be considered first for this position. To comply with the Government of Canada’s reporting requirements, the University is obliged to gather information about applicants’ status as either Permanent Residents of Canada or Canadian citizens. Applicants need not identify their country of origin or current citizenship; however, all applications must include one of the following statements:

“Yes, I am a citizen or permanent resident of Canada” or

“No, I am not a citizen or permanent resident of Canada”

McMaster University is located on the traditional territories of the Haudenosaunee and Mississauga Nations and within the lands protected by the “Dish With One Spoon” wampum agreement.

The diversity of our workforce is at the core of our innovation and creativity and strengthens our research and teaching excellence. In keeping with its Statement on Building an Inclusive Community with a Shared Purpose, McMaster University strives to embody the values of respect, collaboration and diversity, and has a strong commitment to employment equity.

The University seeks qualified candidates who share our commitment to equity and inclusion, who will contribute to the diversification of ideas and perspectives, and especially welcomes applications from indigenous (First Nations, Métis or Inuit) peoples, members of racialized communities, persons with disabilities, women, and persons who identify as 2SLGBTQ+.

As part of McMaster’s commitment, all applicants are invited to complete a confidential Applicant Diversity Survey through the online application submission process. The Survey questionnaire requests voluntary self-identification in relation to equity-seeking groups that have historically faced and continue to face barriers in employment. Please refer to the Applicant Diversity Survey – Statement of Collection for additional information.

Job applicants requiring accommodation to participate in the hiring process should contact:

Human Resources Service Centre at 905-525-9140 ext. 222-HR (22247), or
Faculty of Health Sciences HR Office at ext. 22207, or
School of Graduate Studies at ext. 23679
to communicate accommodation needs.

Contact information

Please apply online to Job Opening 34488 via the McMaster Academic Careers website (http://www.workingatmcmaster.ca/careers/) directing your application to:

Dr. W. J. Oczkowski, MD FRCPC
Professor and Academic Head Division of Neurology
McMaster University and Hamilton Health Sciences
237 Barton Street East, Hamilton, Ontario L8L 2X2
Email: oczkowsk@mcmaster.ca

Interested applicants must include an up to date curriculum vitae, description of training and research experience as well as the names and addresses of three professional referees.

Postdoctoral researcher to Lead a Sports Brain Injury Study at the University of British Columbia

We would like to invite candidates for a multidisciplinary project investigating the relationship between head impact exposure, concussion biomechanics, and brain structural as well as functional changes at the University of British Columbia (UBC). This is a multi-year project funded by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) Project Grant, and led by principal investigators Dr. Lyndia Wu, Dr. Alex Rauscher, and Dr. Paul van Donkelaar.

Concussion, or mild traumatic brain injury, is a major public health concern. The injury mechanism and pathology are poorly understood, resulting in ineffective prevention, diagnosis and treatment. Alarmingly, mounting evidence indicates that even subconcussive / subclinical head impacts may be associated with long-term brain changes. In this project, our goal is to prospectively and longitudinally investigate the effects of both concussions and subconcussive head impacts in varsity competitive ice hockey players. We will apply state-of-the-art wearable head impact sensors, novel UBC-developed myelin water imaging techniques, award-winning quantitative susceptibility mapping methods, and unique sensitive neurocognitive tests in a rigorous study design where we will gather pre-injury baseline data as well as monitor brain structural / functional changes longitudinally.

This postdoctoral position is at minimum a 2-3 year appointment and will provide an opportunity to lead the large multidisciplinary field study as well as the analysis of multi-modal, multi-dimensional biomechanics, neuroimaging, and neurocognitive data, with the potential to make novel discoveries in the mechanism and recovery of mild traumatic brain injury.

Desired qualifications:

  • PhD in mechanical engineering, bioengineering, physics, neuroimaging or related fields.
  • Expertise in biomechanics, neuroimaging, or related areas.
  • Past experience in human participant field studies, especially with sports populations.
  • Past experience or demonstrated potential in managing large-scale multi-lab studies.
  • To apply, please e-mail Dr. Wu at lwu@mech.ubc.ca with the following information.
  • Email title containing “[CIHR Hockey Study Postdoc Application]”
  • A brief statement of research experiences and interests
  • Curriculum vitae
  • Contact information for at least 2 references

UBC’s Vancouver campus is situated at the tip of Point Grey on the unceded lands of the Musqueam people, surrounded by forest, ocean and mountains. Vancouver is consistently ranked as one of the most diverse cities in Canada, and one of the most livable cities in the world. UBC seeks to recruit and retain a workforce that is representative of Vancouver’s diversity, to maintain the excellence of the University, and to offer students richly varied disciplines, perspectives and ways of knowing and learning.

Equity and diversity are essential to academic excellence. An open and diverse community fosters the inclusion of voices that have been underrepresented or discouraged. We encourage applications from members of groups that have been marginalized on any grounds enumerated under the B.C. Human Rights Code, including sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, racialization, disability, political belief, religion, marital or family status, age, and/or status as a First Nation, Metis, Inuit, or Indigenous person.

Contact information

Dr. Lyndia Wu

Dept. of Mechanical Engineering

University of British Columbia

Vancouver, BC

email: lwu@mech.ubc.ca

 

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Independent Scientist, Artificial Intelligence | Krembil Centre for Neuroinformatics at CAMH

The Krembil Centre for Neuroinformatics at CAMH is hiring world-leading research scientists to transform our understanding of mental health by organizing, integrating, analyzing, visualizing and modelling data across all levels of the brain — from genes to circuits to behaviour. This multimodal data is gathered across the clinical environment, including genetic, epigenetic, MRI, DTI, fMRI, hd-EEG, actigraphy and electronic medical record (EMR) data.

Teams employ state-of-the-art techniques, including topological data analysis, machine learning and multiscale computational modeling to accelerate the identification and treatment of mental health disorders. Research is performed in an open, team science environment, with a focus on global collaboration and an emphasis on reproducible data-driven research and a patient-centric approach. The Centre operates as an incubator for medical technologies to identify, manage and treat mental illness, while shaping policy at national and global levels.

As an Independent Scientist for Artificial Intelligence, you will build and lead a team to develop machine learning techniques that contribute to data-driven definitions of mental health and brain disorders. Your team at the Krembil Centre will integrate machine learning, predictive models and decision support research into CAMH, and collaborate with clinical and research scientists on early identification of mental health issues to improve care, clinical outcomes and patient engagement.

In this key role you will work collaboratively with the Data and Knowledge Engineering teams who develop and maintain the BrainHealth Databank, a semantic data lake and knowledge graph that integrates multiscale and multimodal data, including genomics, epigenetics, blood markers, structural and functional brain imaging, EEG, EMRs, and behavioural data obtained from the 30,000+ patients seen annually at CAMH, plus information contained in provincial-level healthcare databases.

As an Independent Scientist for AI, you will be cross-appointed as a Vector Institute faculty member and also maintain departmental and graduate school faculty status at the University of Toronto (U of T). Candidates should have a PhD in Computer Science or a similar field, and 3+ years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education, experience and demonstrated ability. This will include demonstrated experience in the application of machine learning to a practical domain, in the development of organizational AI/data systems, and in fostering collaborations between diverse research and clinical groups (both internally and externally). Your track record will also demonstrate competence in publishing in high-impact peer-reviewed journals, obtaining funding from various sources, disseminating research at formal scientific meetings, and participating in the education and supervision of students and trainees.

As an Independent Scientist, you will be expected to comply with all associated responsibilities as set out in the CAMH Scientific Appointment Policy (i.e. complete research training, obtain a portfolio of external funding, publish in high-impact peer-reviewed journals, and supervise CAMH staff and/or students). In addition, you will be self-directed and conduct research activities autonomously under the direction of the Scientific Director.

A competitive salary and benefits package is offered for this full-time, permanent position. To be considered for this pivotal research leadership role, submit your application to Phelpsgroup at careers@phelpsgroup.ca, specifying Independent Scientist, Artificial Intelligence in the subject line.

CAMH is fully affiliated with the University of Toronto and is a teaching hospital and research institute. As a CAMH employee, you will be expected to actively support CAMH’s teaching and research activities, in addition to supporting the clinical work of the hospital.

As an employment equity employer, CAMH actively seeks Aboriginal peoples, visible minorities, women, people with disabilities (including people who have experienced mental health and substance use challenges), and additional diverse identities for our workforce.

Phelps groupPhelpsgroup

401 Bay Street, Suite 1400, Toronto, ON M5H 2Y4

Phone: 416-364-6229

careers@phelpsgroup.ca

Posting end date: 2019/05/22

Research Assistant – Quandt lab – University of British Columbia

We have a position in our laboratory for a research assistant with funding for up to three years. The UBC posting can be found at: www.staffcareers.ubc.ca/31013

Interested applicants are invited to review our website for more information.

www.quandtlab.com

Training & expectations: Major areas of focus will include inflammatory mediators, oxidative stress, environmental stressors, immune populations, neurodegeneration and repair. The successful candidate will have a solid understanding and demonstrated proficiency in several of the following and others will be provided on the job:

  • Cell culture and aseptic technique, preferably involving both isolation and maintenance of rodent primary cultures as well as cell lines.
  • Aseptic technique and experience with human blood handling for the isolation of PBMC and subsequent culture/assay
  • Ability to perform and troubleshoot a wide variety of molecular and cellular biology techniques, including many of the following:
    RNA/DNA isolation, quantitative PCR, transfection, siRNA knockdown and cDNA construct knockin, flow cytometry, immunohisto- and cytochemistry on cells as well as frozen and formalin-fixed, paraffin embedded tissues, fluorescence and light microscopy – conventional and/or confocal; ELISA, protein isolation and western blotting;
  • Willingness to work with small rodents is essential. Able to carry out and oversee procedures involving small rodents including immunization/injections, necropsy, blood sampling, and minor surgical procedures involved in animal surgery; applicants with experience in pre-clinical models of neurodegenerative diseases including MS are especially encouraged to apply.
  • Maintenance/monitoring of colonies of transgenic animals, including colony breeding, screening and management.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication
  • Understanding of experimental design and assay optimization is important along with ability to work well with others and to work independently.

Field Scientist: Neuroscience Specialist – Mightex Systems – Toronto

Overview

Mightex Systems, is a market leader in developing and producing photonic systems for life science research. Our most recent innovation, the OASIS Implant, is an all-optical system for cellular resolution optogenetics and calcium imaging in freely-behaving animals, a ground-breaking tool that will enable neuroscientists to make new discoveries about how the brain works.

The successful candidate will be responsible for providing post-sales support to our customers using the OASIS Implant. The type of support provided will include biological and surgical guidance, overall experimental design, technical training and troubleshooting, as well as data analysis. The candidate will be required to provide support both remotely and in person by periodically travelling to customer sites. They will also be required to contribute their expertise during the pre-sales stages to help customers determine how to apply Mightex solutions to their research goals. If you are a self-motivated neuroscientist who is interested in cutting-edge technology and in contributing to the advancement of neuroscience and brain research, this is an exciting opportunity for you.

Responsibilities

  • Provide hands-on scientific and technical support for neuroscience labs with Mightex equipment from experimental preparation to implementation
  • Organize and conduct training sessions
  • Assist with drafting new scientific and technical support resources that are provided to customers
  • Track progress of assigned customer cases
  • Report customer challenges and new experimental requirements to the Product Development team
  • Support sales team members when scientific expertise is required for a customer case.
  • Flexibility to be able to handle some new incoming sales inquiries when required.
  • Participate in international trade shows, seminars, and roadshows.

Qualifications & Skills:

  • Ph.D. in Neuroscience
  • Previous experience with in vivo calcium imaging and optogenetics in rodents. Expertise with viral transfections (e.g., GCaMP) and GRIN lens implantation is a must
  • Previous experience with head-mounted miniature microscopes is an asset
  • Strong analytical and hands-on skills are essential to provide accurate and quality customer training and guidance
  • Excellent teamwork skills and able to collaborate effectively across multiple departments
  • Delivers a positive customer experience; listens to and understands the customer’s needs and recommends solutions
  • Demonstrates sound professional judgment in analysing, responding to, and resolving enquiries
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Ability to travel domestically or internationally to customer sites
  • Legally able and cleared to work in Canada

How to Apply

Please send your resume to hr1@mightex.com.