Who We Are
We’re a small team of dedicated thinkers, innovators, and problem-solvers. Our team is positive, passionate, and collaborative.
We are athletes and book lovers, artists and carpenters, pastry chefs and veterans. Most important, we share a passion for learning, science, and technology. Our personalities, experiences, and interests are beautifully diverse and our unique perspectives help shape everything we do.
What We Do
We collaborate with Canada’s research and education community, private sector, and government partners to ensure that Canada’s bright researchers, students, faculty, and entrepreneurs benefit from the technologies and tools that are critical to their success. With our partners across the country, we work to ensure that Canada leads in research and innovation.
Why We Do It
Because our collective future depends on it. The benefits of new transformative technologies developed by entrepreneurs, the life-changing discoveries made by researchers, and the economic prosperity that comes from a highly skilled workforce have the power to improve our lives and the life of our planet. Our motivation is to give Canada’s entrepreneurs, researchers, and students the infrastructure they need to get to discovery and innovation faster.
At CANARIE, our team is everything. Collaboration and success go hand-in-hand and our core values shape our decisions and plans:
- Service: Anticipating our stakeholders’ needs and being reliable in responding to these needs
- Teamwork: Respecting and supporting our colleagues, based on a collaborative and cooperative mindset
- Innovation: Striving for better, faster, more creative ways of delivering value to Canadians
- Quality: A commitment to excellence in all we do
- Integrity: A commitment to ethical and transparent decisions and interactions
The Corporate Administrator is accountable for providing confidential secretarial support to the Board of Directors and its committees, high level support to the executive team and general office coordination. Read more.
The Manager, Program Marketing is accountable for program awareness and marketing strategies to increase the adoption of CANARIE programs and services. Read more.
The Program Manager, Cybersecurity Initiatives is accountable for the planning, design and execution of the Security Program, encompassing initiatives related to people, tools and processes that continually improve the cybersecurity posture of research, education and innovation institutions. Read more.
The RDC Intern is accountable for understanding the context of RDC in the broader stakeholder community and for working with the Executive Director and acting on the Vision and Mission of the organization to maximize the impact of RDC activities and outputs. Read more.
The Senior IT Specialist is accountable for the operational effectivements and continual enhancement of the IT systems and network infrastructure by identifying, supporting, and developing solutions to ensure IT systems meet the company objectives as well as improve overall efficiency and effectiveness of IT processes. Read more.
The Technical Writer is accountable for developing technical documentation and resources to support the adoption and use of CANARIE programs. Read more.
The Test Engineer is accountable for defining and driving the integration test strategy in support of CANARIE’s Research Software and Network programs. This position is very hands-on and includes a significant automated test development component along with manual testing where necessary. Read more.