The Martin Lepage laboratory at the Douglas Institute is seeking a qualified candidate to fulfill a Research Assistant position. The chosen candidate will actively contribute to ongoing research studies in the areas of neurocognition, behavioural intervention, and neuroimaging of people with schizophrenia (e.g. participant recruitment, data collection, and data management). Travel to other general hospitals may be required.
- Bachelor’s degree in psychology or related field
- Master degree in a health discipline would be considered an asset
- Clinical research experience (required)
- Fluency in English and French (to conduct interviews in both languages)
- Strong organizational and interpersonal skills
- Ability to work collaboratively as a team member
- Good writing skills
Summary of Responsibilities
- Contribute to participant recruitment for ongoing research studies
- Perform data collection for ongoing behavioural and neuroimaging studies
- Depending on the strengths of the candidate, may provide expertise/support for other activities including grant writings, proofreading of manuscripts, etc.
- Data entry
Duration and Condition
One full-time position (35 hours/week) available mid-May
Place of employment: Douglas Mental Health University Institute
Salary: Commensurate with experience
Candidates must be available for a minimum of one year full-time
Interested applicants, please send a copy of your CV and covering letter to:
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We thank all applicants, however only those being considered for an interview will be contacted.