Employment at HELP

Faculty Positions

There are no faculty postings at this time.

Staff Postings

Web Application Developer - Posting #31600

HELP is seeking a Web Application Developer who will be responsible for developing web applications, processing data, and creating automated reports. The incumbent position will be responsible for developing web applications, processing data, and creating automated reports. The individual will be responsible for designing, implementing, testing, and maintaining web applications, as well as coordinating security measures to safeguard data and systems, and troubleshooting problems. For further information, please visit the UBC Job Careers page.

TDI Project Graduate Research Assistant

Working under the direction of the principal investigator and TDI project coordinator, the graduate research assistant will support TDI survey development through literature searches and review, and data analysis. The RA may also have the opportunity to provide support for data collection and evaluation in community (transportation expenses would be reimbursed). The student would work approximately 10 hours per week. For further information, please view the posting via the UBC Student Services web portal

MDI National Lead – Posting #30995

HELP is seeking a MDI National Lead who will be responsible for coordinating the Middle Years Development Instrument (MDI) National project, a population health research project supporting the use of MDI in other sites in Canada and internationally. The incumbent will coordinate a range of tasks related to the development and implementation of a plan for sustaining the MDI national project annually. These tasks will include building a framework that allows us to efficiently scale the MDI to sites across Canada and internationally by developing costing models, licensing agreements, and resource/training templates. The incumbent will also act as the key point of contact in consulting with school districts and community contacts nationally; ensuring all legal and academic agreements are in place, as well as planning and developing engagement and dissemination activities. Please contact Cheryl Rubuliak for further information.

  

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