- Primarily conducting qualitative research – knowledge of quantitative and mixed methods research is an additional asset
- Coordinating and communicating with community-based organizations
- Monitor financial reports for specific grants and projects, and assist with monitoring for eligible and relevant researchers’ grants
- Prepare and submit ethics protocols
- Participate in knowledge translation, for example through national/international conference presentations; writing manuscript(s) (with authorship) for peer-reviewed journal(s); preparation of final reports (both academic and community reports); creatively presenting findings; involvement in community forums.
- Grant development and submission
- Coordinating grant development activities amongst team members, with focused contributions to budget development, letters of support, submission processes, and ethics applications.
Demonstrated experience in project management, qualitative and quantitative methods, qualitative and quantitative data analysis, and manuscript writing/publications is an asset. Knowledge of the following qualitative and quantitative data collection/analysis software SPSS or R, online survey platforms (e.g., Opinio, Qualtrics, REDCap, SurveyMonkey), and NVIVO. Demonstrated skills in critical thinking, research development, communication, and basic accounting are required. Must be a demonstrated problem-solver who is able to work independently under time constraints. Knowledge of land-based methodologies and other research methods from a Two-Eyed seeing perspective will be an asset because the successful candidate may have the opportunity to assist with collecting and analyzing data in the field at various Indigenous gatherings and activities.
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