The Youth Lifestyle Choices-Community University Research Alliance (YLC-CURA) represents a strategic partnership between a number of Community Organizations in the Niagara Region and the faculty and students at Brock University. The YLC-CURA is committed to developing a better understanding of resiliency and youth lifestyle choices.
This is a one-year contract (with possibility of renewal) and includes comprehesive benefits coverage.
The Program Assistant/Database Manager will set up and manage the existing database, coordinate new data collection activities and attend working group meetings as required. The Program Assistant/Database Manager will be responsible for assisting with data analysis and the dissemination of research findings.
The position requires a minimum of an undergraduate degree in a relevant discipline, which includes the completion of a research thesis. The position also requires experience in a research setting. The successful candidate must be thoroughly conversant with word processing and SPSS. Communication skills will be important
For full details of the job function and qualifications, please visit our Employment Opportunities website at http://www.brocku.ca/hr
Applicants should forward a complete resume, which clearly states the position applied to and provides details of employment history and salary expectations, by April 23, 2001 to
Human Resources, Brock University
St. Catharines, Ontario L2S 3A1
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