Opportunities

Director, Strategic Relations

Institute for Work & Health (IWH)
DEADLINE: 27 May
The successful candidate will work with the President of IWH, other members of the IWH Executive Team, and the Knowledge Transfer and Exchange Team to diversify and expand IWH’s research and stakeholder networks.

Manager, Knowledge Mobilization

Rideau Hall Foundation
DEADLINE: 25 May
A new position reporting into the Director of Indigenous and Northern Relations, the Manager, Knowledge Mobilization will work as a knowledge broker, leading key research, advocacy and thought leadership projects, including leading the research agenda and knowledge mobilization strategy, liaising with stakeholders, designing and managing projects, and creating content that is reflective of Indigenous ways of knowing, doing and being.

Director, Dementia Programs

Schlegel-UW Research Institute for Aging (RIA)
The Director, Dementia Programs will provide strategic and operational leadership to build and grow RIA’s dementia portfolio. As an experienced leader, you will oversee a team that supports the effective implementation of multiple projects to achieve impact, including administrative, impact and financial reporting. You will work closely with the Schlegel Research Chair in Dementia and Scientific Director for the Murray Alzheimer Research and Education Program (MAREP), RIA Team Members, and other Schlegel Research Chairs, Specialists and affiliate researchers, as well as with people living with dementia (PLWD) and their care partners to enhance well-being and quality of life. The Director, Dementia Programs will be accountable for leading, profiling and integrating the RIA’s dementia projects, including: Canadian Dementia Learning and Resource Network (CDLRN), Supporting Inclusion through Intergenerational Partnerships (SIIP), Dementia Surveillance (DS) and the Murray Alzheimer Research and Education Program (MAREP).

Manager, Evaluation and Continuous Improvement

Research Impact Canada
The Manager, Evaluation and Continuous Improvement is responsible for developing an evaluation plan and recommendations for continuous improvement for Research Impact Canada’s project activities for the Future Skills Centre. This full-time role is remotely based in Canada, but occasional travel to Toronto or within Canada for meetings, conferences, and events may be required. The program is a fast-paced environment requiring flexibility in hours and days of work.