Research Assistant | School of Physical and Occupational Therapy Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences McGill University

Dana Anaby (Associate Professor at the School of Physical and Occupational Therapy at McGill University) and her research team at the ASPIRE Lab located at the Lethbridge-Layton-Mackay Rehabilitation Centre study the effect of leisure community-based participation on the motor and mental health of youth with physical disabilities. She is currently looking for a part-time bilingual research assistant to join her team.



  • Application deadline: July 15, 2024
  • Start date: August 1, 2024


What will this job involve?

– Overseeing and coordinating a multisite study in Quebec
– Working collaboratively with the Student Research assistant in Quebec and the coordinator in Ontario
– Completing ethics renewals using Nagano and McGill IRB via ERAP
– Building relationships and communicating with study sites
– Applying recruitment strategies across sites
– Managing clinician teams and coordinating trainings
– Collecting study data on REDCap (with Student Research Assistant)
– Organizing and validating data in Excel, creating charts and tables
– Managing study budget

What are the job requirements?

1. Interest/experience in research and study coordination
2. Fluency in English and French is required
3. Strong communication, organizational, and collaboration skills
4. Knowledge in Word, Excel/SPSS/R, Reference Manager (preference for experience with EndNote)
5. Knowledge of the REDCap data-collection software
6. Academic writing and editing skills
7. Experience working with youth with disability is preferable
8. Individual with a master’s degree, a graduate student or a clinician (in the field of Rehabilitation/Health Sciences/Social Work/Education/Psychology or similar preferred)

See attached job offer details

Working conditions

– The individual will work around 10 hours/week at $30.70 per hour.

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