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Under the supervision of Dr. Anne Cockcroft, the Post-Doctoral Researcher will support a participatory, mixed method research project on Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health in Bauchi State, Nigeria. The postdoctoral candidate will have the opportunity to further his or her professional development, collaborate with world-leading professors and researchers, work in an environment that supports and celebrates excellence, and effectively transition from life as a student to that of an independent scholar.
Ph.D. in a health-related or social sciences field.
Experience in research leading to publications in a global health context will be an advantage.
Work Location Details:
The office is located at 5858 Cote des Neiges, Montreal, with the possibility to work partly remotely. The position will be based in Montreal and the work will not require the person to travel to Bauchi.
As per AMURE/PSAC Postdoctoral fellows collective agreement, the annualized minimum salary for a Post-Doctoral Fellow is $34,611. However, the annual salary offered for this position will be $60,000.
(AMURE Post-Doctoral Fellow Researcher) $34,611.00
35 (Full time)
5858 Cote des Neiges
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