Research project coordinator (Open Science)
Summary of position
Under the authority of the Deputy Scientific Director, and in collaboration with the Montreal West Island Integrated University Health and Social Services Centre, the research project coordinator manages various projects related to the development of the Open Science strategy at the Douglas Research Centre. These projects may include, but are not limited to, the creation and implementation of an Open Science strategy for the research centre, the development of an open neuroinformatics platform and possibly the support of capacity building for measurement-based care projects.
Description of tasks
Within these projects, the research project coordinator’s responsibilities can include:
stakeholder needs analysis;
formulation of recommendations;
design of a digital platform;
fostering adherence to new services;
promotion of the ethical rules of data sharing;
budget and schedule planning;
coordination of working groups;
development of a network of open science partners.
Master's or doctoral degree (an asset) in computer science, biomedical engineering, neuroscience, psychology or equivalent.
Minimum of 2 years of work experience having acquired the knowledge and skills required for the job.
Knowledge of the research community and its culture, an asset.
Knowledge of Open Science philosophy and its mechanisms, an asset.
Working knowledge of French and English, spoken and written.
Demonstrated aptitude for teamwork and communication. Excellent priority management and ability to deal with deadlines. Thoroughness and accuracy. Customer service orientation. Adaptativeness, versatility, autonomy and resourcefulness.
Location of work
Douglas Research Centre, FBC pavilion
Will be required to travel for work?
Name of immediate supervisor
Martin Lepage, PhD
Type of contract
One year contract with possibility of extension, full-time
Regular, 35 hours per week
Between $ 55,000 and $ 75,000, depending on experience.