The competencies below have been identified as key behavioural competencies contributing to excellence in a technical role at NRC. They are not intended to represent all of the competencies necessary for success in a specific position. In addition to these competencies, specific technical expertise will be required.
Client focus: Bringing excellence to internal or external clients by focusing efforts on discovering and meeting their needs.
Communication: Openly communicating in a compelling, honest, persuasive and articulate manner, ensuring the message is clear, understood and consistent with NRC objectives.
Conceptual and analytical ability: Understanding, analyzing, synthesizing and relating complex information and abstract variables; drawing logical conclusions and/or providing reasonable and creative alternatives.
Initiative: Anticipating and dealing with problems and issues in a persistent manner, seizing opportunities that arise and going beyond what is expected.
Results orientation: Focusing efforts on achieving quality results consistent with the NRC vision.
Self-knowing and self-development: Assessing strengths and weaknesses and engaging in ongoing self-development and improvement; maintaining effectiveness in the face of change or ambiguity.
Teamwork: Demonstrating effective interpersonal skills and working cooperatively and effectively within and across organizational units to achieve common goals.
Note: The term "organization" is used in this document to refer to NRC as a whole or that part of NRC for which the individual is accountable or exerts influence.
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