Work with ORION

Just like our industry, we are constantly growing and evolving as a team and that means there are often new opportunities within ORION. Check in with us occasionally to view the latest openings.

Please forward your resumes to Human Resources at jobs@orion.on.ca or see specific contact information in the job descriptions below.

Director, Marketing and Communications

As a key member of the functional leadership team, the Director of Marketing and Communications plays both a strategic and tactical role in the overall management of the company’s need to drive community growth across the Company.

The Director of Marketing and Communications will plan and develop ORION’s marketing and communications strategic direction. They will provide leadership through a highly consultative approach with diverse groups of internal and external stakeholders at all levels, including web design and content, marketing, public relations, social media and communications. Additionally, they will provide leadership and the role of strategy advisor and support to ensure timely delivery of all strategic plans, public relations, marketing and communications projects. They will also contribute to the sustained reputation building of ORION.

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Network Operations Centre (NOC) Technician

As an ORION NOC Technician, you will have responsibility for monitoring and responding to service-affecting issues across our network (alarms, email, phone) as well as incident management coordination with Network and Security operations team members. This crucial role acts as the main focal point for Operations communications, Incident and Change Management at ORION, as well as provides operational metrics to our Community and senior management. Requiring great communication skills, sound judgement and an ability to prioritize, this role is an excellent opportunity to advance your networking and service management skills while making a real difference to the critical infrastructure Services ORION provides to Ontario’s research and education community.

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Market Research Intern (Product Marketing)

As a Market Research Intern, you will undertake thorough competitive analysis and research to support Product Marketing for ORION’s Cybersecurity Programs, eEstablish repeatable processes to document, organize, manage, and share research for ongoing use by cross-functional Business Development / Product Marketing teams, contribute to CRM operations by updating data base records, present any ideas you may have for additional methods for ORION to grow and improve its business development/marketing support activities and inspire future campaigns.

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Career Opportunities in the National Research and Education Network

Together with our 13 provincial and territorial partners, we form Canada’s National Research and Education Network (NREN). If you don’t find the right opportunity with us, check out these opportunities with our friends at NREN Partner organizations across Canada.

NREN partner organizationCareer opportunitiesHQ location
British Columbia: BCNETBCNET CareersVancouver, BC
Alberta: CyberaCybera CareersCalgary, AB
Manitoba: MRNetMRNet Contact UsWinnipeg, MB
Saskatchewan: SRNetSRNet CareersSaskatoon, SK
PEI/New Brunswick: ECN-PEIENC-PEI Main SiteCharlottetown, PEI
Fredericton, NB
Newfoundland: ACORN-NLACORN-NL Contact UsSt. John’s, NL
Nova Scotia: ACORN-NSACORN-NS Contact UsHalifax, NS
Québec: RISQRISQ Carrières Montreal, QC
Yukon: Yukon UniversityYukon University EmploymentWhitehorse, YK

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