St. Catharines, Ontario
September 11, 2013
Term Full-Time (10 months) with possibility of renewal
Job Group J
Salary Range: $40,487 - $59,854 per annum* (effective July 1, 2013)
Our unique philosophy takes students beyond the pursuit of academic excellence. To achieve this philosophy we endeavour to take our employees beyond the pursuit of just a career. Brock is a place where left-brain and right-brain thinking come together. We encourage our employees to utilize their rational/analytical thinking in concert with their emotional/creative sides in order to have an engaging and rewarding career. We’re one of the fastest-growing universities in Ontario, with hundreds of millions of dollars committed to new construction and programs. We’re small enough to be intimate and big enough to attract world-class minds. Located at the centre of Canada's beautiful Niagara Peninsula, Brock offers an exciting work environment with strong undergraduate, graduate and interdisciplinary programs and a vigorous research culture. We are looking for qualified people who will bring their expertise and dedication in support of the University’s goals and objectives.
Leave the Pack Behind (LTPB) is a comprehensive, evidence-based tobacco control initiative, which combines programming with applied research. Dual goals of LTPB are to promote smoke-free living at colleges and universities across Ontario, and investigate patterns of tobacco use among post-secondary students. Reporting to the Manager and the Assistant Manager of LTPB, the Research Coordinator will assist with the coordination and implementation of this grant-funded project.
Duties and Responsibilities
- Coordinating the day-to-day activities of the project, particularly those related to campus programming, program evaluation, data analysis, writing reports and articles
- Developing online and print interventions and resources
- Carrying out focus testing of resources
- Preparing and delivering research
- Delivering programs and developing knowledge translation resources
The ideal candidate will have:
- Undergraduate degree in psychology, sociology, community health sciences, or a related field
- Related experience and knowledge of health programming, tobacco control/nicotine addiction and behaviour change theories, and related research setting experience
- Demonstrated experience supervising, training, working with web service providers, health care professionals and young adults
- Demonstrated ability in resource development and design
- Proven ability to work both independently and as a member of a team
- Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
- Proven administrative and time management skills, and the demonstrated ability to juggle multiple, competing demands in a fast-paced fluid environment
- Valid Ontario driver’s license
- Fluent in French, an asset
Ability to work flexible hours including evenings and weekends
Applicants are invited to apply online by selecting the Career Opportunities (Administrative-Professional Staff) section (AP 50/2013) of Brock’s website at http://brocku.ca/hr and attaching a resumé and cover letter, including salary expectations, by Wednesday, September 11, 2013.
It is Brock University’s policy to give consideration to qualified internal applicants.
We appreciate all applications received; however, due to volume we will contact only those candidates selected for an interview.
Brock University is an equal opportunity employer committed to inclusive, barrier-free recruitment and selection processes and work environment. We will accommodate the needs of the applicants and the Ontario Human Rights Code and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) throughout all stages of the recruitment and selection process. Please advise the Human Resources Department to ensure your accessibility needs are accommodated through this process. Information received relating to accommodation measure will be addressed confidentially.
*The salary range indicated is representative of all positions evaluated at this level. Actual salary is determined by examining related skills, experience, budgetary restrictions and both internal and external equity comparators.