Students in Ontario are getting more flexibility when applying for postdoctoral positions in chemistry or biology.
According to the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities, postdoctoral opportunities are available in all subjects and are often considered the best options for postgraduate work in science and engineering.
In Ontario, the best place to apply is in the fall and winter when students typically have a better chance of getting a job, said Jen-Ann Cuthbertson, the department’s director of postdoctoral research.
She said that the best times to apply are during the fall when students are studying in Ontario, when they will be busy with school work, or when they are in summer vacation.
Students applying for the summer are also likely to have a more stable job, so it’s important that they have an excellent work ethic, said Cuthberttson.
The ministry also said that postdoctoral programs are usually open to those from low-income families and that students from rural and remote communities are more likely to be eligible.
Applicants are encouraged to apply online, but students must also fill out an application at the time of application.
They must also pay a $10 application fee, which is waived if they apply in person at a postgraduate research facility.
The Ministry said that applicants should expect to wait for about one year to apply, but it is recommended that applicants submit the application to the department within that time frame.
The process can be frustrating, said student Jessica Furlong, who was able to apply to the university and received a postdoc position.
The department said that it’s possible that a post-doctoral position will be available in the future, but the best time to apply has not been determined yet.
The Canadian Institutes of Health Research has a new website, cib.gc.ca, where students can apply for research jobs.
Cib.gov has a number of different ways to find information about postdoctoral jobs, such as job vacancies and how to apply.
If you’re looking for a job in Canada, contact the CIB website or call the provincial and territorial human resources office.