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Looking for a qualitative research job?

The following are postings from researchers who are looking to hire (paid or volunteer, as indicated) an associate to work on their qualitative research project. The list is not systematic in any way (and may even be out of date!) and does not imply any endorsement of CQ.  

Paid Qualitative Research Work

 

CQ Website Writer- Part-time, Casual 

 
Position title: Website writer 
Division: Centre for Critical Qualitative Health Research, 
Dalla Lana School of Public Health 
Status: Part-time, casual 
Hours: 6-8 hours/week, 3 months (February-April 2018)
Compensation: Hourly rate standard for graduate students at DLSPH
Start date: Immediate 
Supervisors: Dr. Denise Gastaldo; Dr. Brenda Gladstone
 
Summary of Position
CQ is looking for an individual to assist with writing content for select pages of its website redesign. The successful candidate will have a chance to work with well-established researchers in qualitative health research and to hone web communication skills. Interested applicants will ideally have familiarity with qualitative research and have good writing skills. For a list of specific responsibilities, see below.  
 
Responsibilities 
Identify information to be included on the new ‘Research Innovation’ page of the CQ website redesign 
Meet with CQ Fellows to gather information to include on CQ’s ‘Research Innovation’ pages
Write the content for CQ’s ‘Research Innovation’ section  
 
Skills and Education 
Graduate student in any field or discipline 
Preference for students who have taken 1 or more courses in the CQ course series 
Excellent writing skills
Knowledge of qualitative research 
 
How to Apply: If interested, please apply with cover letter, a sample of writing, and CV as soon as possible to ccqhr@utoronto.ca with the subject line ‘Website Writer’.  
 
Deadline to Apply: By February 12, 2018
 

Research Officer, Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy

 
Part-time, casual contract
Supervisor: Dr. Sara Guilcher 
 
Working under the supervision of the Principle Investigator (PI), Dr. Sara Guilcher, the successful candidate will assist on a health services research project.  The duties will include, but are not limited to: leading the recruitment of study paticipants, conducting qualitative interviews; coordinating and leading the data analysis; and other research related duties as assigned.  The position is part-time casual, with flexibility of hours, as study demands require. 
 
Full posting here 
 
If interested, please contact Dr. Sara Guilcher (sara.guilcher@utoronto.ca) with the subject line "Research Officer Position- Qualitative".  

 

Volunteer Research Work: 

There are no postings at this time.