Casual Research Assistant – SPGH

McGill University

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Enabling interGenerational connections to promote mental health and climate change solutions (EnGen) project

Responsibility may include but are not limited to:

  • Work closely with project implementing partners to support the design and implementation of research activities, including coordination of study activities at McGill and with partners in each of the project sites.
  • Assist with budget management.
  • Serve as a link between the principal investigator, investigator team, implementing partners, and advisory board to ensure high quality communication and participation of all study collaborators.
  • Prepare Research Ethics Board applications.
  • Assist with reviews of the literature. 
  • Prepare study protocols and research standard operating procedures.
  • Assist in developing qualitative and quantitative data collection materials.
  • Prepare qualitative and quantitative data for analysis, coordinate, and contribute to analysis.
  • Support the preparation of funding requests to Government agencies and other funders. 

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Hours per Week:

35 (Full time)


McGill College 2001



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