Do you enjoy developing relationships and working with youth, families, community organizations? Do you understand that a young person in distress is a whole person, not a disorder? Do you have an interest in research?
Then you may be the right fit for ACCESS, an ambitious and novel five-year Canadian research project in youth mental health care. Over the course of the project, we will be looking for people who can complete our administrative, clinical or research teams, at our central office or at one of our sites. Check back often for new opportunities to work, intern or study with us.
An integral member of the research team at the ACCESS OM Central Office, the Research Coordinator supports all research activities related to the project, including supporting data collection and analysis at sites across Canada. The Research Coordinator works closely with stakeholders with varying levels of familiarity with research, provides in person and online support, and conducts analysis of data to produce site and project level reports.
Reports to: Scientific-Clinical Director
Hours of work: 35 hours per week; some evenings required (e.g. stakeholder meetings, travel
to various sites across Canada) – Contract renewed annually.
Special requirements: Occasional evenings/weekends and travel required to sites across Canada
Click here for the full job posting: Job Posting – Research Coordinator (bilingual)_2017-11-17ACCESS@douglas.mcgill.ca