Casual Research Administration Support Maskwacis, Alberta The Indigenous Healthy Life Trajectories


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OVERVIEW: The Indigenous Healthy Life Trajectories Initiative (I-HeLTI) is a collaborative project involving the Cree communities of Maskwacîs, community of the Wood Buffalo region, academics at the University of Alberta (Faculty of ALES and the School of Public Health), and the Alberta First Nations Information Governance Centre. There are also Indigenous and non-Indigenous partners in British Columbia. The aim of the project is to better understand the impact of culturally responsive community led strategies to support maternal health perinatal health and well-being for Maskwacîs families. Our team is looking for a Research Administrative Support team member in Maskwacis, with a background working with Maskwacîs Elders and administration. Their main task will be to support the research administration of research activities. The successful candidate will provide organizational, community engagement, and research administration support to the project.


Please submit resume and cover letter to Winnie Chow-Horn, wwchow@ualberta.ca. If you have any questions you can reach out to Denise Young at dlyoung@ualberta.ca or Winnie Chow-Horn at wwchow@ualberta.ca.

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