Employment at HELP

Faculty Positions

There are no faculty postings at this time.

Staff Postings

Statistical Analyst – Posting #32960

HELP is seeking a Statistical Analyst who be responsible for conducting and interpreting statistical analyses, providing leadership, expertise and consultation in the development of research and survey methodologies for the statistical analyses of the Early Development Instrument (EDI), Middle Development Instrument (MDI) and the other instruments/assessment tools and data holdings held at HELP.  This position will work closely with HELP staff and affiliates and provide support and guidance to the HELP data holdings on the use of appropriate statistical tests and methodologies. For further information, please visit UBC Job Careers

Community Systems Research Assistant - Posting #32783 

The Research Assistant will be responsible for providing assistance on a number of research projects in the Community Systems research division of HELP.  In regular contact with the Principal Investigator(s) and Research Administrator, the incumbent engages in various aspects of research design, participant recruitment, data collection (survey administration, individual and group interviews, and natural observation)  data cleaning and analysis, and facilitating knowledge transfer. For further information, please visit UBC Job Careers

 

TDI Research Project Coordinator (Leave Replacement) – Posting #32455

HELP is hiring a TDI Research Project Coordinator (Leave Replacement) to contribute to two large population health research projects: the Early Childhood Experiences Program of Research and the Human Development Program of Research. These Programs of Research are intended to facilitate greater understanding of child development patterns in neighborhoods across BC through administration of population level surveys and knowledge mobilization. The incumbent will coordinate tasks related to the validation and implementation of standardized newly developed parent survey —the Toddler Development Instrument/TDI)—for assessing child development, early experiences, and social context factors at a population level. The incumbent will be responsible for coordinating effective use of the TDI across multiple pilot sites, building and maintaining relationships and liaising with public health nurses, early childhood education and care professionals, and community contacts, to coordinate and train users. The incumbent will be responsible for planning and developing the validation research for the TDI to contribute to scholarly publications; as well as delivering training webinars and seminars and involvement in the distribution of reports to health care professionals and community contacts. For further information, please visit UBC Job Careers

 

 

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