Job Posting: Herzberg Astronomy and Astrophysics Research Engineer

City: Victoria Organizational Unit: Herzberg Astronomy and Astrophysics
Classification: RCO
Tenure: Term
Duration: 2 years with the possibility of extension
Language Requirements: English

Priority will be given to the following designated employment equity groups: Women, Indigenous peoples* (First Nations, Inuit and Métis), persons with disabilities and racialized persons*.
*The Employment Equity Act, which is under review, uses the terminology Aboriginal peoples and visible minorities.

Work Arrangements: Due to the nature of the work and operational requirements, this position will require some physical presence at the NRC work location identified in the form of a hybrid work arrangement (a combination of working onsite and offsite).

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Your Challenge
Help bring research to life and drive your career forward with the National Research Council of Canada (NRC), Canada’s largest research and technology organization.

We are looking for Research Engineer to support our Herzberg Astronomy and Astrophysics (HAA) Research Centre. The Research Engineer would be someone who shares our core values of Integrity, Excellence, Respect and Creativity. The primary responsibility of the Research Engineer is to support the goals of NRC through the delivery of applied engineering research activities, designs, and solutions, testing and evaluation of physical items and the development and application of advanced technologies.

The Radio Instrumentation Team, as part of HAA’s Astronomy Technology Directorate (ATD), is designing and manufacturing low noise radio astronomy receivers across the radio frequency (RF) and millimetre wave range. The team has built low noise amplifiers, mixers, and receivers for radio astronomy observatories such as ALMA, JCMT, CARMA, ARO, and the SKA. We are seeking an RF Engineer with expertise in monolithic Microwave Integrated Circuits (MMIC) and low noise amplifier design, module assembly and testing. The candidate will be a key member of the research and development team in the following projects:

* Indium Phosphide Transistor and MMIC Development: We are currently developing low noise amplifiers using Indium Phosphide transistor and MMIC technology fabricated at our in-house semiconductor manufacturing facility. This project will involve device modelling, creation of a process design kit (PDK), MMIC design and testing.
* Wide Band Low Noise Amplifiers: We are developing wide band MMIC-based amplifiers for a major partner observatory.  This project will explore the design trade-offs of key performance metrics to achieve wide band performance with the required gain, flatness and noise characteristics.
* Cryogenic Front End Low Noise Amplifiers: Cryogenic low noise amplifiers both hybrid and MMIC-based are currently being developed for future upgrades to major sub/millimeter wave astronomical observatories.  These will be incorporated into prototype receivers.

Primary specific duties include:

1. Development of a Process Design Kit (PDK) to be used in the design of NRC MMICs.  This will include device modelling, DC and high frequency measurements of transistors and passive components, and statistical data analysis.
2. Extension of the PDK to cryogenic temperatures.
3. Design and development of wide band MMIC low noise amplifiers for cryogenic operation:
* The design work includes device modelling and optimization using computer simulation software such as Advanced Design System, Microwave office, CST Microwave Studio, HFSS, and Sonnet.
* Working closely with researchers from our in-house semiconductor fabrication facility to understand the fabrication processing and device performance.
* For testing, the successful candidate will plan and implement millimetre wave and microwave measurements at room and cryogenic temperatures for verifying the performance of the devices fabricated. This includes developing new measurement techniques.
* For the prototyping of MMIC low noise amplifiers, the successful candidate will design packaging to achieve optimum performance and suitable fabrication.
4. Collaborate with scientists and engineers at varying NRC Research Centers in Canada and collaborators internationally.
5. Write progress reports and present technical materials at design reviews, meetings, and conferences.
Screening Criteria
Applicants must demonstrate within the content of their application that they meet the following screening criteria in order to be given further consideration as candidates:

* Master’s or PhD degree in Electrical Engineering, Applied Physics, Physics, or related discipline.

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* Experience in the design of low noise amplifiers and MMICs for high (GHz) frequency operation;
* Experience using specialized CAD tools such as Advanced Design System, Microwave Office, CST Microwave Studio, or HFSS;
* Experience with RF/Microwave testing of transistors and MMICs and S-parameter measurements.

Condition of Employment:
* Reliability Status

Language Requirements:
* English

Information on language requirements and self-assessment tests:
Assessment Criteria
Candidates will be assessed on the basis of the following criteria:

Technical Competencies:
* Strong knowledge of the principles of design and operation of low noise transistors, amplifiers, MMICs at high (GHz) frequencies;
* Ability to use microwave measurement and laboratory techniques at an advanced level, up to millimetre wavelengths;
* Working knowledge of noise measurement theory and methods;
* Knowledge of microfabrication techniques used in the fabrication of microwave and millimetre wave components and devices;
* Knowledge of designing MMICs in Indium Phosphide or Gallium Arsenide materials would be an asset;
* Knowledge of developing Process Design Kits (PDKs) would be an asset;
* Working knowledge of cryogenics and vacuum technologies is desirable;
* Strong statistical data analysis and device modelling skills.

Behavioural Competencies:
* Research – Creative thinking (Level 2)
* Research – Initiative (Level 2)
* Research – Communication (Level 2)
* Research – Teamwork (Level 2)
* Research – Networking (Level 2)
Competency Profile(s)
For this position, the NRC will evaluate candidates using the following competency profile:

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Relocation assistance will be determined in accordance with the NRC’s directives.

This position is classified as a Research Council Officer (RCO), a group that is unique to the NRC. Candidates are remunerated based on their expertise, outcomes and impacts of their previous work experience relative to the requirements of the level. The salary scale for this group is vast, from $57,220 to $161,754 per annum, which permits for employees of all levels from new graduates to world renowned experts to be fairly compensated for their contributions. NRC employees enjoy a wide-range of competitive benefits ( including comprehensive health and dental plans, pension and insurance plans, vacation and other leave entitlements.

* A pre-qualified list may be established for similar positions for a one year period.
* Preference will be given to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents of Canada. Please include citizenship information in your application.
* The incumbent must adhere to safe workplace practices at all times.
* We thank all those who apply, however only those selected for further consideration will be contacted.

Please direct your questions, with the requisition number (18665) to:
Telephone: 819-431-8570
Closing Date: 24 March 2023 – 23:59 Eastern Time

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If you are currently a term or continuing employee at NRC, please apply through the SuccessFactors Careers module from your NRC computer.

Nouvelles de l’Office Gemini Canadien

par Eric Steinbring (Office Gemini Canadien, Centre de Recherches Herzberg en Astronomie & Astrophysique du CNRC) avec la contribution de Stéphanie Côté
(Cassiopeia – hiver 2022)

Expansion du OGC et à Gemini

Après 15 ans de leadership solide et dévoué de l’OGC, Stéphanie Côté a passé le relais et a quitté le rôle de Chef de groupe. Je vais maintenant assumer ce rôle et remercier Stéphanie pour ses années de fidèles conseils et de supervision. Elle restera membre du OGC, et avec Tim Davidge et Joel Roediger, nous sommes maintenant rejoints par un nouveau membre de l’équipe OGC: Wes Fraser. Wes apporte une expertise approfondie en sciences planétaires et dans la ceinture de Kuiper, et est impliqué dans la coordination de la participation à l’observatoire Vera Rubin et à son Legacy Survey of Space and Time (LSST). Nous sommes tous impatients d’aider les astronomes canadiens à tirer le meilleur parti des meilleures installations optiques/proche infrarouge du Canada. L’Observatoire Gemini recrute aussi; à la fois des postes de personnel scientifique et de chercheur scientifique menant à la permanence, ainsi qu’un poste de chercheur postdoctoral, spécialement destinés à une personne qui prendra l’opportunité de s’engager dans des activités significatives de diversité, d’équité et d’inclusion (DEI). Veuillez consulter les dernières offres d’emploi pour plus de détails et les dates de clôture.

Progrès du EPDA

Le semestre 2023A était le troisième semestre pour lequel on demandait au Canada de rédiger les demandes de manière anonyme suivant le processus d’examen par les pairs en double aveugle (EPDA). Au cours de chacun de ces trois semestres, le taux de réussite des demandes dirigées par des femmes a été supérieur à celui des demandes dirigées par des hommes, ce qui ne s’était jamais produit au cours des 6 années précédentes pour lesquelles nous avions surveillé cela. La différence de taux de réussite entre les demandes dirigées par des femmes et celles dirigées par des hommes s’est réduit, comme attendu car éventuellement ces taux devraient osciller autour de zéro.

C’est très important que les Canadiennes se familiarisent avec les consignes du EPDA, car de nombreux autres observatoires ont ces mêmes exigences pour leurs demandes (NASA, ALMA, ESO, entre autres) et pourraient rejeter une demande non-conforme au EPDA.

Nous avons été ravis de constater que la grande majorité des demandes Gemini pour 2023A ont suivi avec succès les consignes du EPDA, mais nous avons tout de même reçu 6 demandess qui ne l’ont pas fait (= 19 % des demandes). Ces demandes ont fait un effort pour suivre le EPDA, mais comportaient une erreur mineure. Ce dérapage mineur s’est toujours produit dans le même contexte, c’est-à-dire en se référant à certaines de leurs observations précédentes, ou à d’autres programmes acceptés à d’autres télescopes. Nous vous rappelons de nouveau comment rédiger des textes siuvant le EPDA dans ces situations:

  • Ne faites pas référence à vos programmes d`observations précédents que ce soit à Gemini ou ailleurs, d`une façon qui vous identifierait. Remplacez « Nous avons observé cette galaxie dans notre précédent programme 2022A », dites plutôt « GN-2022A-Q33 a observé cette galaxie précédemment », sans vous approprier le programme, c’est-à-dire ne dites jamais « Notre programme GN-2022A-Q33 ».
  • Il en va de même si vos cibles sont sélectionnées par l’un de vos sondages précédents ou en cours à un autre observatoire ou sont des cibles d’opportunité à déclencher par les données d’un autre de vos programmes. Remplacer « Nos cibles ont été sélectionnées à partir de nos données d`imagerie à 1,45 micron avec WIRCAM de cette région de formation d’étoiles réalisé par notre programme 21BC08 », dites plutôt « Nos cibles ont été sélectionnées à partir des données d`imagerie à 1,45 microns avec WIRCAM de cette région de formation d’étoiles du programme 21BC08 ».
  • Et il en va de même si vous devez vous référer à une demande acceptée à un autre observatoire pour laquelle vous n’avez pas encore reçu de données. Remplacez « Ces données viendront compléter nos données NIRSPec de notre programme JWST accepté 1686 PI = Gagnon », dites simplement « Ces données viendront compléter les données NIRSpec qui seront obtenues par le programme JWST 1686». Parlez de ce programme de façon neutre, sans vous l`approprier.

Dans tous ces cas, lorsque c’est écrit de manière anonyme de cette façon, cela ne dévoile pas si vous êtes le PI ou le Co-I de cet autre programme précédent/futur, ou si vous avez un arrangement avec un co-I pour obtenir les données, ou peut-être vous êtes simplement prêts à fouiller les archives lorsque les données seront rendues publiques.

Veuillez vous assurer de consulter la page ‘Consignes pour EPDA’ pour vos futures demandes Gemini, et n’hésitez pas à nous consulter (OGC à avant la date limite en cas de doute ou de questions.

Nouvel instrument, nouvelles opportunités

Le spectrographe optique de haute résolution pour Gemini (GHOST) est maintenant actif à Gemini-Sud et achève sa phase de mise-en-service. C’est une grande étape, suivant une piste bien rodée d’expertise canadienne en spectroscopie optique à haute résolution, suivant le succès du Gemini Remote Access to CFHT ESPaDOnS Spectrograph (GRACES) à Gemini-Nord. GRACES est également alimenté par fibre optique, connectée à cet instrument du télescope Canada-France-Hawaii. Cette année encore, un communiqué de presse de Gemini a mis-en-évidence un courant de vielles étoiles détectées, via GRACES, au bord de la Galaxie comme étant un amas d’étoiles « déchiqueté »: C-19. D’après ce communiqué de presse: « GRACES a fourni les indices critiques que C-19 est un amas globulaire perturbé et non une galaxie naine perturbée qui est le cas le plus souvent », a expliqué Kim Venn de l’Université de Victoria, la chercheuse principal des observations GRACES. « Nous savions déjà qu’il s’agissait d’un courant d’étoiles très pauvres en métaux, mais pour l’identifier comme étant un amas globulaire nécessitait des métallicités de précision et des abondances chimiques détaillées uniquement disponibles avec des spectres de haute résolution. »

Vous avez de grandes idée? Gemini lance un appel pour des lettres d’intention pour des demandes longues et larges, qui débuteront au semestre 2023B. Les lettres doivent être envoyées au plus tard le 13 février 2023. La date limite pour les demandes complètes sera le 1er avril 2023. Veuillez consulter l’appel de demandes officiel pour plus d’informations, y compris toutes les ressources disponibles sur les instruments ici. N’oubliez pas le programme Retour Rapide! La prochaine échéance sera à midi, heure normale d’Hawaï, le 31 décembre 2022; dans le Sud, vous pouvez demander GMOS-S (Gemini Multi-Object Spectrograph) et F2 (Flamingos 2), disponibles pour la majeure partie de ce cycle à venir, tandis que IGRINS (Immersion Grating INfrared Spectroph) et Zorro (imagerie de speckles) devraient être disponible pendant au moins une partie de cette période. Les dernières nouvelles de Gemini-Nord, qui était en arrêt pour maintenance réguliere depuis le 10 octobre, mais hors ligne depuis plus longtemps en raison d’un incident lors de la maintenance du miroir, est que l’Observatoire prévoit d’achever les réparations en janvier. Il devrait reprendre ses opérations de nuit vers la fin février; les programmes du semestre 2023A ont été planifiés pour s’adapter à cela.

Postdoctoral Position in Extreme Astrophysics – University of Manitoba

Applications are invited for a postdoctoral position in the eXtreme Astrophysics group of Prof. Samar Safi-Harb in the Department of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Manitoba in Winnipeg, Canada. As part of expanding the group’s research area into multi-messenger astrophysics, supported by the Canada Research Chairs program, the successful candidate will work on astrophysical studies of Compact Objects (compact objects mergers, neutron stars/magnetars, black holes) and/or associated environments (kilonova remnants, supernova remnants, pulsar wind nebulae), with focus on their multi-messenger science.

Over the next several years, advancements in sensitivity and detector development for both High-Energy and Gravitational Wave (GW) observatories will revolutionize our understanding of some of the most extreme events in the Universe. In particular, the upcoming Fourth Observing Run (O4) of the LIGO-Virgo-KAGRA collaborations, expected to start in Spring 2023, will accelerate the growth of the multi-messenger astrophysics field, and lead to the discovery of new GW events to be followed up across the electromagnetic spectrum and with other messengers. The successful applicant will contribute to one or more of the following projects, depending on their interest and expertise: data analysis and interpretation of new GW transient events, targeted searches of continuous GW from known pulsars, directed searches of continuous GW waves from compact objects in supernova remnants and pulsar wind nebulae, follow-up and analysis of electromagnetic counterparts to GW events. Other projects that would align with multi-messenger studies of extreme astrophysical events can be proposed. The applicant will be given opportunities to (co-)supervise students, collaborate with researchers nationally and internationally, and contribute to outreach and Equity, Diversity and Inclusion activities at the University.

Applicants are required to have their PhD by the time they start their position, and preference will be given to candidates within three years of their PhD (official leaves not counted towards that timeframe). Applicants who are experienced with compact objects and gravitational wave (GW) astrophysics, GW data analysis, and/or follow up of electromagnetic counterparts of GW sources are strongly encouraged to apply and will be given preference. Knowledge of machine learning methods, Bayesian analysis, or surveys’ cross-matching will be an asset. This position will be full-time employment at the University of Manitoba with a negotiable starting date, ideally in May 2023, or soon after for a period of two years. A third year is possible subject to funding and performance.

The eXtreme astrophysics group of Prof. Safi-Harb collaborates with researchers nationally and internationally on multi-wavelength studies of high-energy astrophysical objects and phenomena; and is actively involved in the planning of future missions, particularly in the high-energy domain. Research in Astrophysics at the U. of Manitoba is enabled by observations conducted with state-of-the-art international telescopes and high-performance computing clusters. Additional facilities are available through Compute Canada. The Astronomy & Astrophysics group will soon commission the Peebles Astrophysics Lab: a new space for astronomy trainees that will facilitate interactions and interdisciplinary collaborations. We are supported by research links with other University of Manitoba departments, through the recently launched Data Science Nexus ( which is housed in the Faculty of Science.

The City of Winnipeg (, located where the Red and Assiniboine Rivers meet, is recognized for its vibrant, multicultural community and diverse culture. The city, with a growing population of more than 766,000, is home to internationally renowned festivals, galleries and museums, the historic Exchange District and The Forks, and ever-expanding research, education, and business sectors. From the Hudson Bay waters, across the farmland fields, to the pulse of the cities and towns, The Province of Manitoba’s ( people and places – its 100,000 lakes, 92 provincial parks, winding river valleys and storied prairie skies – inspire.
The cost of living in Winnipeg is relatively low, housing is affordable, and Manitobans are renown for their friendliness. Winnipeg is home to the Canadian Museum for Human Rights, and the NHL’s Jets. Furthermore, the University of Manitoba Fort Garry campus houses the stadium that hosts the Winnipeg Blue Bombers football games. The region provides ample opportunities for outdoor recreation in all seasons and has been identified by Time magazine as one of 2021’s “World’s Greatest Places”.

The University of Manitoba is committed to the principles of equity, diversity & inclusion and to promoting opportunities in hiring, promotion and tenure (where applicable) for systemically marginalized groups who have been excluded from full participation at the University and the larger community including Indigenous Peoples, women, racialized persons, persons with disabilities and those who identify as 2SLGBTQIA+ (Two Spirit, lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, questioning, intersex, asexual and other diverse sexual identities). All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadian citizens and permanent residents will be given priority.

If you require accommodation supports during the recruitment process, please contact or 204-474-7195. Please note this contact information is for accommodation reasons only.

To apply, please provide the following documents:
• A cover letter (1 page maximum) including the names and contact information of at least three professional references.
• A CV including a publications list.
• A research statement (3 pages maximum) addressing the candidate’s interest in the position and proposed research program.
• A statement (1 page maximum) addressing past and/or proposed contributions to supervision of students, public outreach, teaching, professional service, and/or Equity/Diversity/Inclusion activities.

All documents should be merged as a single PDF and sent by email to, with the Subject: Postdoctoral Position in Extreme Astrophysics. Review of applications will begin Dec 16, 2022 and will continue until the position is filled.
Application materials, including letters of reference, will be handled in accordance with the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. Please note that curricula vitae may be provided to participating members of the search process.

(this job ad can be also viewed on the AAS Job register:

Assistant Professor, Physics and Astronomy University of Waterloo

The Department of Physics and Astronomy in the Faculty of Science at the University of Waterloo invites applicants for a tenure-track position at the Assistant Professor level. A broad range of areas will be considered including, Astrophysics, Quantum Matter, Photonics, Biophysics, and Soft Matter. Applications from outstanding candidates in other areas will be considered. The anticipated start date is September 1, 2023.

We are seeking applications from theorists and/or experimentalists. A Ph.D. degree and evidence of outstanding promise in research and teaching are required. Successful applicants are expected to develop and maintain a research program of exceptional quality and impact, to attract and supervise graduate students, to attract external funding at the level required to maintain a thriving research group, and to teach at the undergraduate and graduate levels. The salary range is $105,000 to $125,000, depending on experience. Negotiations beyond this salary range will be considered for exceptionally qualified candidates.

Candidates should submit electronically a curriculum vitae, an outline of research accomplishments, a brief research plan, a statement of teaching philosophy and goals, and make arrangements for four letters of reference to be sent to Professor Brian McNamara, Chair, Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, N2L 3G1. Telephone: (519) 888-4567; extension 36831; e-mail: Materials should be received by January 15, 2023.  Further information about the Department can be found on our web page:

The University values the diverse and intersectional identities of its students, faculty, and staff.  The University regards equity and diversity as an integral part of academic excellence and is committed to accessibility for all employees. The University of Waterloo seeks applicants who embrace our values of equity, anti-racism and inclusion. As such, we encourage applications from candidates who have been historically disadvantaged and marginalized, including applicants who identify as Indigenous peoples (e.g., First Nations, Metis, Inuit/Inuk), Black, racialized, people with disabilities, women and/or 2SLGBTQ+.

The University of Waterloo acknowledges that much of our work takes place on the traditional territory of the Neutral, Anishinaabeg and Haudenosaunee peoples. Our main campus is situated on the Haldimand Tract, the land granted to the Six Nations that includes six miles on each side of the Grand River. Our active work toward reconciliation takes place across our campuses through research, learning, teaching, and community building, and is centralized within our Indigenous Initiatives Office (

The University of Waterloo is committed to accessibility for persons with disabilities. If you have any questions regarding the position, the application process, assessment process, eligibility, or a request for accommodation during the hiring process, please contact Dr. Brian McNamara, Chair, Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Waterloo, Telephone: (519) 888-4567; extension 36831; E-mail:

All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority.

Three reasons to apply:

Offre d’emploi pour l’ASTROLab du parc national du Mont-Mégantic

GUIDE ANIMATEUR (spécialisé.e en astronomie)

Poste occasionnel : 18 juin au 22 août 2021

Plus grand réseau de plein air au Québec, la Sépaq administre, exploite et met en valeur les lieux grandioses qui lui sont confiés par le gouvernement du Québec. Plus de 3 400 employé.es, passionnés de nature et ayant le désir d’offrir une expérience client visiteur hors du commun, œuvrent au sein de nos 46 établissements aux quatre coins de la province. Notre équipe vit au quotidien les valeurs de l’organisation : plaisir, inclusion, engagement, courage et excellence.
Situé dans l’environnement exceptionnel du parc national du Mont-Mégantic, au cœur de la première Réserve internationale de ciel étoilé, l’ASTROLab est un centre d’activités en astronomie pour le public. Il a pour mission de sensibiliser et d’initier la population à la culture scientifique et technique dans les domaines de l’astronomie, de l’astrophysique, de la cosmologie, de l’aérospatiale et des disciplines connexes.
Le parc national du Mont-Mégantic propose un voyage unique de la terre aux étoiles, le tout au cœur de la première Réserve internationale de ciel étoilé.

• Travailler dans un environnement exceptionnel.
• Contribuer au développement et à la protection de nos territoires et attraits.
• Faire une différence dans la connexion des gens à la nature.
• Découvrir des lieux et des activités dans le réseau de la Sépaq grâce à l’accès gratuit et aux rabais offerts
aux employés (allant jusqu’à 50 %).
• Pouvoir travailler dans d’autres établissements au fil de votre carrière.
• Animer les différentes activités en astronomie de l’ASTROLab
• Accueillir les visiteurs.
• Informer et familiariser les visiteurs avec l’ensemble des activités offertes.
• Sensibiliser le public à l’importance de la protection du ciel étoilé et des milieux naturels.
• Effectuer toute autre tâche connexe.

• Connaissances en astronomie.
• Passionné.e da la nature à toutes les échelles.
• Bonnes capacités de communication et de vulgarisation.
• Professionnalisme et bon sens de l’initiative
• Permis de conduire fortement recommandé (accès aux observatoires avec véhicules du parc).

• Poste syndiqué
• Salaire offert : 15,69 $ de l’heure
• 35 heures/sem.
• Quarts de travail de jour et/ou soir
• Dates de l’emploi : 18 juin 2021 au 22 août 2021
• Allocation d’hébergement
• Possibilité de prolongation

Joignez-vous à notre équipe en posant votre candidature avant le 26 mars 2021
Les candidatures seront traitées en toute confidentialité
La Sépaq souscrit au programme d’équité en matière d’emploi et encourage les femmes, les minorités visibles, les minorités ethniques, les Autochtones et les personnes handicapées à présenter leur candidature