Summer Research Communications Student
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The SE Research Centre conducts impact-oriented health services research to synthesize, generate, translate, adapt and directly apply scientific evidence in the design, delivery and evaluation of person and family-centred health and social care services.
The SE Research Centre is excited to announce a 4 month Research Communications Studentship position for the summer of 2022. The primary role of the Research Communications Student is to support knowledge mobilization of the health services research projects within the SE Research Centre priority research fields using excellent communications and management skills. The Research Communications Student will be familiar with knowledge mobilization of research and possess knowledge in digital communications and marketing strategies. The Research Communications Student will work closely with the Research Centre Coordinator of SE Research Centre and directly report to the Managing Director of SE Research Centre. The position requires approximately 37.5 hours/week and is best suited for current graduate students who are looking for summer work and opportunity to expand knowledge on health services research.
Represent the SE Research Centre Priority Research Fields (20%)
Participate in strong digital communications and knowledge mobilization of SE Research Centre health services research projects (80%)
Education and Experience
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