Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada
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    5,001 to 10,000
  • Industry
    Government & Public Administration
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Rating is calculated based on 16 reviews and is evolving.
5.0020174.5020183.002020

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Mail/ Logistics Clerk in Ottawa, ON
on 13 April 2020
Good experience, can't bridge without french
My experience with NSERC was great. The first year was awesome, I learned a lot and was able to build some skills. In my second year my job slowed down. Our department hired more people which slowed cut the work to do.
PhD Researcher Assistant in Montréal, QC
on 28 September 2018
Safe and Helpful environment
It was different because I worked for a certain time in something not related to my degree but the PhD and the other staff provided a very good environment to learn and adapt which lead to succeeding while doing the project.
Administrative Assistant in Ottawa, ON
on 17 March 2018
Enviromnnement correct
Travail temporaire qui ne refletait pas mon niveau d'étude mais aucun tarvai n'est mauvais. Je trouvais que l'environnement était agréanble et mes collègues des bons collaborateurs ce qui facilitait le travail d'équipe qui est un de mes atouts.
Undergraduate Summer Researcher in Vancouver, BC
on 18 February 2018
Academic Experience
As an undergraduate, I worked for this organization as a paid summer researcher which allowed me some exposure to new skills and experiences that benefit me to this day.
Business Analyst in Toronto, ON
on 21 June 2017
Productive and beneficial
• Performed data analysis for the wettability change resulted from different treatments with needle-drop method and recommended the candidate treatment procedure. • Studied the effect of different surface treatment methods on glass wettability, fabricated glass micromodels and applied factorial design of experiments, regression analysis, and FMEA to understand the combinations of variables causing mechanical failures.

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