Community Engagement Coordinator
CIHR Canadian HIV Trials Network — Cross-Core Community Collaboration (C4) Teams
The Community Engagement Coordinator will support the Community Advisory Committee (CAC) and the Cross-Core Community Collaboration (C4) Teams in the development, planning, implementation and evaluation of community engagement initiatives, and provide overall administrative support to the CAC and C4 Teams, at the CIHR Canadian HIV Trials Network (CTN). The incumbent will facilitate and participate in the engagement of key populations of people living with HIV across Canada. Using a wide variety of tools, techniques and skills, the Community Engagement Coordinator supports the CAC and C4 Teams in developing opportunities for dialogue and nurturing relationships with community members. For the purpose of this role, the Community Engagement Coordinator will have lived experience with HIV.Apply Now
Program Operations Coordinator
CIHR Canadian HIV Trials Network / Centre for Health Evaluation and Outcome Sciences
This position is supervised by the Chief Clinical Research Officer (CCRO) but also performs tasks to assist the Chief Administrative Officer (CAO). Primary responsibilities include: Collecting study enrollment numbers, maintaining the study enrollment database and processing site payments for the CTN; Developing and maintaining processes for project requirements, this includes, but is not limited to: facilitating the intake of new CTN investigators; assisting and maintaining records for the regular and pilot study submission processes; Supporting the CCRO and CAO in the administration of all CTN projects, including preparing spreadsheets and updates for semi-annual meetings; compiling information for annual CIHR reports; documenting internal process documents to help streamline internal workflow; and preparing updated information for internal and external meetings; Liaising with CTN and study site personnel to maintain updated details about the CTN personnel directory and additional information as required; and, Supporting the Director of Regulatory Affairs and Quality Assurance with maintaining and liaising with staff regarding their organizational training requirements and co-managing the process of updating and maintaining the organization’s Standard Operating ProceduresApply Now
Interested in being a CTN Postdoc? We invite applications from MDs who have completed their medical residency program or PhDs who have completed their Ph.D. Biostatisticians with a Ph.D. and working in an HIV or related health conditions group are also eligible to apply.
Please refer to the Canadian AIDS Society for current opportunities.