Employment at HELP
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Indigenous Community Engagement Coordinator – Posting #30116
HELP is seeking an Indigenous Community Engagement Coordinator who will be responsible for developing and implementing a strategic approach to relations with Indigenous communities and organizations on behalf of HELP - with the aim to facilitate the relevance and use of research on Indigenous children’s development. This role includes community engagement to increase the uptake of HELP’s research and reports, and operation support to the Aboriginal Steering Committee. For further information, please visit the UBC Job Careers page.
Indigenous Research Lead – Posting #29986
HELP is seeking an Indigenous Research Lead who will be responsible for leading and guiding the creation of an Indigenous Child Development research agenda at HELP. The work will involve a high level of collaboration with HELP’s Aboriginal Steering Committee and HELP’s Director, Deputy Director, Faculty and Managers. The incumbent will provide leadership to the creation and nurturing of relationships with other units, researchers and leaders in the area of Indigenous research and programs across UBC, and with key external Indigenous agencies and governance bodies. For further information, please visit the UBC Job Careers page.
Research Assistant – Posting #29823
HELP is seeking a Research Assistant who will be responsible for the management of research and leadership activities of the HELP’s Director. The incumbent will provide research coordination support to the Director, liaising regularly with HELP Leadership, including Faculty members, HELP’s Deputy Director, Senior Operations Director and HELP Team Managers. As well, support will be given to the Director’s research activities and in all aspects of their role as the Principal Investigator on HELP’s Development Program of Research including support for preparation of ethics. For further information, please visit the UBC Job Careers page.
CHEQ/EDI Implementation Coordinator – Posting #29845
HELP is seeking a CHEQ/EDI Implementation Coordinator who will coordinate key project deliverables of the Early Child Development Program of Research in specific relation to the Childhood Experiences Questionnaire (CHEQ) and the Early Development Instrument (EDI). The incumbent provides coordination and support for tasks related to implementation of the CHEQ and EDI provides coordination and support for tasks related to implementation of the CHEQ and the EDI, which are standardized child development research tools. For further information, please visit the UBC Job Careers page.
Strategic Initiatives Coordinator – Posting #29254
HELP hosts and co-leads a number of interdisciplinary research initiatives that draw together experts from across the UBC Campus, the Centre for Brain Health, BC Children’s Hospital Research Institute, other academic institutions across Canada and internationally, and from professional and practitioner groups. The Strategic Initiatives Coordinator will provide overall coordination support in all aspects of these initiatives, coordinating both logistics and the content. The incumbent will provide administrative management support to the Deputy Director of HELP in establishing strong relationships and liaising with members and affiliates of the projects and HELP more generally. For further information, please visit the UBC Job Careers page.
- Most jobs within HELP are research grant funded, and can be continued only as long as funds are available.
- Unless otherwise indicated, positions are full-time Monday to Friday.
- UBC hires on the basis of merit and is committed to employment equity. UBC is strongly committed to diversity within its community and especially welcomes applications from visible minority group members, women, Aboriginal persons, persons with disabilities, persons of any sexual orientation or gender identity, and others who may contribute to the further diversification of ideas. All qualified persons are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and permanent residents of Canada will be given priority.