Job offer : Coordinating Officer|CRIR Scientific Evaluation Committee

Coordinating Officer – CRIR Scientific Evaluation Committee

Job description

The mission of the Centre de recherche interdisciplinaire en réadaptation du Montréal métropolitain (CRIR) is “to optimize the functional capacity and performance, participation and social inclusion of people with physical disabilities through research in the biomedical and psychosocial fields of rehabilitation.”

CRIR’s multidisciplinary research team includes 95 researchers divided into two research axes, more than 153 clinical members/stakeholders who collaborate on various research projects and more than 460 students.

The Scientific Review Committee (SAC) is responsible for the prior scientific evaluation of all research projects that are submitted either to the Research Ethics Board (REB) in Rehabilitation and Physical Disability (RDP) or to the IRDPQ Research Ethics Board (REB), except those that have already undergone a recognized scientific evaluation.

Job Summary

Under the direction of the Chair of the Scientific Evaluation Committee and under the hierarchical and administrative authority of the Assistant to the Scientific Direction of CRIR – PUR, the person supports the activities, organizes and monitors the scientific evaluations and the administration of the activities of the CRIR Scientific Evaluation Committee.


  • Propose and/or contact researchers to make the scientific evaluation on the basis of their expertise described on the CRIR or CIRRIS website;
  • Ensure the logistics and follow-up of evaluations;
  • Transmit information to researchers whose project is being evaluated and carry out recalls;
  • Provide feedback on researchers’ responses and prepare acceptance letters;
  • Archive the files evaluated and produce the committee’s activity statistics.

Special requirements

  • Possess a master’s degree, ideally in the field of rehabilitation or other related field;
  • Demonstrates an interest in rehabilitation research;
  • Fluent in french and English (spoken and written);
  • Be able to work in a team, good interpersonal skills;
  • Excellent organizational and communication skills;
  • Demonstrates autonomy, initiative and flexibility.

Working conditions

  • Status: temporary part-time contract – renewable;
  • Salary: based on experience and qualities;
  • Work schedule: 3 hours per week;
  • Workplace: Possibility of remote work.
  • Posting period: August 1, 2022 to August 19, 2022
  • Start date: immediate

To submit your application

Applicants are invited to apply. Please email your resume and cover letter to No later than August 19, 2022. Only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

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NOTE: CRIR values equity, diversity and inclusion and invites Applications from Indigenous peoples, members of visible and ethnic minorities, women and persons with disabilities. Persons with disabilities can also share with us their specific needs with respect to the selection process for the job being solicited to facilitate their application. We thank everyone for their interest in this role. However, we will only contact those whose applications will be selected.