Schedule Up to 35 hours/week
Education Level Completed or currently enrolled in a relevant post-secondary program
Career Level Prior experience in a research environment or related coursework
Provide support to research projects including the collection of data and basic data analysis. Work is performed under general direction and guidance.
1. Work with the Research Coordinator and/or Principle Investigator to gather and compile data.
2. Assist in the documentation of research protocols.
3. Apply established research methodology to ensure all research material is handled in accordance with established protocols, policies and procedures.
4. Record and maintain accurate records.
5. Conduct literature searches to support research project.
6. Seek guidance and direction from Research Staff or Manager.
Education: Completed or currently enrolled in a relevant post-secondary program.
Experience: Prior experience in a research environment or related coursework.
Interest in Research.
Understanding of communications technologies and practices.
Ability to assist in creating stakeholder databases and using communication strategies to disseminate findings.
Ability to work independently as well as part of a team.
Flexibility and extra desire to learn.
Knowledge of statistical software (e.g. SPSS, STATA)
Effective communications, writing, computer, interpersonal, time management and organizational skils.
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