The museum invites you to compete for the following positions:
No positions open.
The Canadian Museum of Nature occasionally has employment opportunities open to the public. Positions can range from scientific research and collection management, through administrative, communications or educational postings.
You will find below all our current employment opportunities. Opportunities are updated regularly, so if we do not currently have an opportunity that is appropriate for you, please check our site again.
We accept applications for only the specific opportunities mentioned above. We are not able to accept unsolicited applications for employment.
When submitting your resumé for a position that is mentioned above, please include a cover letter outlining how your experience and training meet the requirements listed in the posting. Please note that only candidates who are selected for the next stage of the selection process will be contacted. Don't forget to pay particular attention to the closing date and time.
The Canadian Museum of Nature is committed to developing inclusive, barrier-free selection processes and work environments. If contacted regarding a competition, please advise the Advisor, Human Resources, should you require accommodation to attend an interview or participate in the selection process.
The museum has occasional support for young researchers through the NSERC Postgraduate Supplement Program.
We accept a small number of unpaid interns who are looking for a work placement as a requirement for a university or college programme. If you are looking for a placement, submit a letter that outlines the details of what you are looking for, including the following:
- desired start date
- desired end date
- desired length of work week
- type of placement, including learning objectives
- name of your school
- name of your program.
Send your letter and a current resumé to Katja Rodriguez at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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