Hello, friends and colleagues!
Sharing an exciting job opportunity with the First Nations Health Authority (FNHA)’s Research and Knowledge Exchange team.
The position is for a Senior Research Coordinator for the CIHR-funded, FNHA-led $2.5M Project Grant to support community-driven Indigenous approaches to harm reduction.
The Senior Coordinator will liaise with the research team, partners, FNHA teams, stakeholders, and participating Indigenous communities and organizations to coordinate, plan, and execute project activities.
The position coordinates and oversees all grant administration, including budget management, reporting, communications, and scheduling of meetings. The position also supports research and knowledge exchange activities, including ethics application development and submission, conducting qualitative interviews, community engagement, protocol development, project implementation, data quality assurance, analysis, interpretation, sharing back and validation.
Minimum of three years’ experience in a research environment and a bachelor’s degree (master's degree preferred) in a relevant discipline (e.g., public health, Indigenous governance); preference will be given to Indigenous candidates.
The full job posting can be found here on the FNHA Careers page.
Please note that the closing date is listed as April 15th but will be ongoing until a suitable candidate is found.
Please contact Alexa.Norton@fnha.ca if you have any questions.