Employment at HELP

Faculty Positions

There are currently no Faculty positions posted.

Staff Postings

Data & Statistical Analyst – Posting #30772

HELP is seeking a Data & Statistical Analyst who will be responsible for conducting and interpreting statistical analyses, providing statistical advice, expertise and consultation in the development of database infrastructure and online survey tool methodologies for the Childhood Experiences Questionnaire (CHEQ).  The position also collaborates with other data management and analytical staff working with HELP’s other instruments/assessment tools (including the EDI and MDI). 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.

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.

 

 

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