Research Assistant – Project Coordinator, Bill 21 survey project
Last updated: November 11, 2022, 9:59 a.m.
Job title: Research Assistant – Project Coordinator, Bill 21 survey project
Position code: n/a
Date posted: November 11, 2022
Application deadline: November 11, 2022
Advertised until: Position is filled
Coordinate a multi-year survey and interview project on the effects of Bill 21 on teenage students in Quebec.
Duration, responsibilities & institutional support
The research assistant will work with the team to accomplish the following goals:
- Retrieve and organize past published research relating to relevant surveys and interviews
- Coordinate the writing and revision of draft e-survey questions using framework and suggested themes;
- Pilot, process, and report results of e-survey;
- Revise required survey items;
- Administer e-survey;
- Process, analyze, and interpret e-survey data;
- Contact interested participants for confidential interviews;
- Conduct and transcribe confidential online interviews;
- Manage communications and schedules for outreach and research dissemination activities
Salary: $24.38-33.48/hour, depending on level of graduate studies. Average of 10 hours/week.
Duration: November 30, 2022 to May 31, 2023 (renewable for one additional year).
- Current graduate student (Master’s or PhD) in relevant academic discipline in a Quebec university
- Bilingual (spoken and written) in English and French. Advanced proficiency in either English or French, high intermediate proficiency in other language
- Strong interpersonal, oral, communication, and organizational skills
- Resident of Quebec
- Previous work with community organizations an asset
- Strong community ties and/or direct experience working with groups affected by Bill 21
- Knowledge of a third language used by groups affected by Bill 21
- Research experience in survey development, administration, and analysis
- Familiarity with qualitative and quantitative data collection and analysis, including the use of LimeSurvey, SPSS, and NVivo
How to apply
Application instructions: Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and CV in either English or French to email@example.com by 11:59 p.m. on November 11, 2022. Only those applicants who are shortlisted will be contacted for a virtual interview.
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