Work with ORION

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

Please forward your resume to Human Resources at or see specific contact information in the job descriptions below.

Human Resources Manager

The Human Resources Manager is accountable for managing and leading ORION’s human resource processes and activities as well as developing and implementing HR strategies and initiatives aligned with the overall business strategy.

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IT System Administrator

Reporting to the Director of Infrastructure Operations, the IT System Administrator will be a technical and infrastructure subject matter expert, ensuring proper planning, coordination, implementation, and management of all activities related to the support of IT infrastructure and tools in the production environment.

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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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