Centre for Community Based Research (CCBR)
The Centre for Community Based Research (CCBR) is an independent, non-profit organization located on the University of Waterloo campus. We have 40 years of experience in community-based research and evaluation. Our mission is to build communities that are responsive and supportive, especially for people with limited access to power and opportunity.
We are seeking a Senior Researcher who will lead community-based research projects which are community-driven, participatory, and action-oriented. The Senior Researcher will have solid research credentials in the academic, government, and NGO sectors and a demonstrated commitment to community-based research, including knowledge mobilization and community facilitation. Content expertise in equity, diversity and inclusion (EDI), e-learning development, health equity and program evaluation are considered assets.
This is a full-time permanent position with an anticipated start date of November 28, 2022. The successful candidate will have the option to work remotely and/or in office. Proximity to Waterloo will be considered an asset, as in-person meetings are periodically required (about once a month). The salary range is $70,000-$90,000 with a benefit package available.
· PhD or Master’s degree in a relevant field
· Conceptual background in theories of equity, anti-oppression, and/or decolonization
· Active involvement and connections within social and health sectors
· Writing (including grant writing) and publishing record
· University level training in research methods
· Experienced in qualitative and quantitative research and evaluation
· Able to lead and manage multiple research teams, each of diverse members (including community members and students), to successful project completion
Applications will be accepted until October 28, 2022. Qualified candidates are asked to forward a resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
A pdf of the posting is available for download here.
The Centre for Community Based Research is committed to the principles of access and equity. We encourage applicants who reflect the diversity of communities we work and learn from, including racialized, 2SLGTBQ+, Indigenous and newcomer communities, and those living with disabilities. Degrees and credentials outside Canada welcomed. Accommodations available at request.