Schedule Monday to Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Education Level Master's degree in relevant field
Career Level Experienced
Should the successful applicant be a Unifor Unit 1 bargaining unit member, who meets the eligibility conditions of Article 19.02 of the Unifor Unit 1 Collective Agreement, then the Limited Term Assignment will be defined as a Career Growth Opportunity in accordance with Article 19 of the Unifor Local 5555 Unit 1 Collective Agreement.
Research Coordinator (III)
For Department use only.
A research coordinator is required for the Platelet Immunology Lab. Preference given to Masters/PhD. Experience in humoral and cellular immunological studies and/or molecular biology.
The Research Coordinator (III) is responsible for assessing, planning, implementing, and evaluating protocol procedures and managing the daily operations of a research study ensuring that all aspects of the study protocol are adhered to. Applies specialized knowledge to initiate, implement, coordinate, and manage moderate to large research projects.
Purpose and Key Functions:
Monitor and coordinate multiple research studies and knowledge translation activities in order to assess the need for and to implement strategies to ensure the conduct of quality research, the achievement of expected time lines and deliverables, and the efficient use of human and practical resources.
Troubleshoot problems at all stages of study development and implementation.
Participate with a team in the development and authoring of research protocols.
Lead the internal research study ethical review process.
Recruit study participants and enlist agencies to refer participants.
Review referrals and keep track of intakes from various referral sources.
Develop an implementation plan for research studies.
Design a promotional strategy and related materials.
Provide advice on and conduct analyses of complex data sets.
Interview study participants to gather qualitative and quantitative data.
Facilitate focus group sessions with study participants.
Facilitate research learning opportunities.
Gain the cooperation of research partners and team members by acting as the first point of contact on a variety of research projects and liaising with project collaborators, stakeholders, and staff.
Coordinate and manage the collection, delivery, entry, verification, analysis, and reporting of data.
Identify funding opportunities and coordinate the submission of research proposals.
Oversee the design of databases, data collection forms, error checking methods, and related programs for collection, analysis, and reporting.
Apply specialized knowledge and scientific principles to review, critically appraise and interpret published literature.
Write sections of scientific papers, funding proposals, and abstracts.
Develop estimates of time and resources for a research project.
Prepare data management and operations documentation for the project.
Liaise between the study centre and remote study sites and personnel.
Ensure that the relevant research methodology is applied, and that all research material is handled in accordance with established protocols, policies, and procedures.
Develop and deliver information and training sessions.
Deliver presentations at meetings, seminars, and conferences as required.
Keep project participants informed of the project's progress through regular reports and newsletters.
Implement and maintain the research program budget.
Conduct literature searches.
Master’s degree in a relevant field of study
Requires 5 years of relevant experience
How To Apply
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