Research Associate Jobs Vacancy in University British Columbia Okanagan
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A position is available immediately for a highly motivated PhD to join a dynamic research group, headed by Dr. Kathleen Martin Ginis, jointly through the Faculty of Medicine and Faculty of Health and Social Development.
The successful candidate will assist the Principal Investigators in the development, writing, submission and management of grants, reports, and scientific manuscripts; the design, implementation, and data analysis and interpretation of lab-based and community-based research projects. The Research Associate also provides project management services to research program teams consisting of Senior Scientists, Academic Clinicians, post-doctoral Fellows, and graduate and undergraduate students.
This appointment is for a one year term with possibility of extension for an additional four years.
The successful candidate will report to Dr. Kathleen Martin Ginis.
-Provides input into writing research proposals and writes significant portions of grant applications.
-Engages with community members and partners to develop research questions and protocols.
-Develops and recommends project budgets, monitors expenditure of funds relative to budget, ensures appropriate, transparent justifications for expenditures.
-Participates in the development and implementation of new projects, by developing new material and protocols, researching and sourcing equipment, and recommending staff and resource requirements.
-Responds to ongoing requests for regular reports by maintaining and updating information to ensure compliance with granting agencies and other external organizations.
-Identifies opportunities for developing new initiatives, grants and projects that enhance funding of research in the lab. Identifies and shares sources of funding from external agencies such as MSFHR, CIHR, SSHRC, CFI, NSERC, NIH, the provincial government and industry.
-Prepares Research Ethics Board applications and amendments as required, and ensure compliance with research Ethics Board guidelines.
-Identifies new translational pathways, such as partnerships, licensing, etc. for new technologies and encourages entrepreneurial activities as appropriate.
-Conducts literature reviews relating to research areas. Contributes intellectual and scientific input to manuscripts for publication, provides scientific editing and proofreading.
The incumbent will receive supervision directly from Dr. Kathleen Martin Ginis, Director of the Chronic Disease Prevention Program, and Principle Investigators as needed.
If opportunity arises to supervise research trainees such as students, such opportunities will be discussed with the incumbent.
Consequence of error / judgement:
Errors will impact subsequent work on this project.
Qualifications and Experience:
-Ph.D. degree in exercise rehabilitation science with specialized training / expertise in spinal cord injury (SCI) sport, exercise, and health sciences.
-Expertise in spinal cord injury (SCI) exercise training, SCI exercise testing, SCI exercise physiology, and SCI upper-body health.
-Minimum two years of international post-doctoral training in SCI sport, exercise and health sciences.
-Experience developing scientific exercise guidelines for people with SCI.
-Experience with knowledge translational activities in the SCI community.
-Experience developing, evaluating and administering fitness tests to people with SCI.
-Experience developing, implementing and monitoring exercise programs for people with SCI.
-Experience with the preparation of funding / grant applications.
-Knowledge of, and experience, using and maintain specialized exercise testing and training equipment for people with SCI.
-Experience leading and publishing systematic reviews pertaining to SCI sport, exercise and health.
-Established scientific publication record in the area of SCI sport, exercise and health science.
-Experience presenting at international scientific conferences.
-Demonstrated capacity to work with international interdisciplinary teams of SCI scientists in the areas of exercise physiology, rehabilitation science, exercise psychology, and biomechanics.
-Demonstrated ability to lead SCI research projects.
Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and qualification.
Please send your CV and names of two referees to Dr. Kathleen Martin Ginis (email@example.com)
Equity and diversity are essential to academic excellence. An open and diverse community fosters the inclusion of voices that have been underrepresented or discouraged. We encourage applications from members of groups that have been marginalized on any grounds enumerated under the B.C. Human Rights Code, including sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, racialization, disability, political belief, religion, marital or family status, age, and/or status as a First Nation, Metis, Inuit, or Indigenous person.
All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority.