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The Centre for Gender & Sexual Health Equity includes over 30 faculty and their University of British Columbia and Simon Fraser University teams committed to shared goals of advancing gender equity and sexual health for all. Please see below for current UBC and SFU job postings and graduate trainee opportunities at UBC/SFU to work with one or more of our CGSHE faculty members. Opportunities to join the core CGSHE operations team at UBC Faculty of Medicine will also be posted here, when available.

UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA POSTINGS

HR/Operations Manager

Compensation Range – $5,063.67 – $7,294.50 CAD Monthly

Job Summary

As part of a multidisciplinary and diverse team, the HR/Operations Manager manages the financial, administrative and HR matters of faculty, staff, and trainees at the Centre for Gender & Sexual Health Equity. With day-to-day supervision by the Director of Operations, the HR/Operations Manager is responsible for managing the Centre’s human resources, finance, and other administrative/operational functions (IT, facilities). This position requires a broad and extensive knowledge of the University of British Columbia as well as organization, and operation of the CGSHE.

The Manager also liaises with various Human Resources and Finance Departments (PHC, PHCRI, UBC, SFU, St. Paul’s Foundation), UBC Office of Research Services, the University Industry Liaison Office, Research and Trust Accounting, Health Shared Services BC, Communications, and other central Health Authority and University units and departments, as well as with external agencies.

Organizational Status

Under the supervision of the Director of Operations, this UBC position works as part of the core operations team at the Centre for Gender and Sexual Equity (CGSHE), a UBC and SFU-affiliated academic research centre housed at Providence Health Care. The CGSHE is a network of over 30+ UBC and SFU faculty, their UBC/SFU research teams and affiliated trainees with shared mission and goals, and a strategic mandate of leadership in promoting gender equity and sexual health equity through in BC, Canada and globally.

Work Performed

  1. Under the Director of Operations, provides Centre-wide operational and HR management and supports the development and operational implementation of assigned projects and initiatives.
  2. Acts as a resource to the operations team and program staff, including developing project actions, monitoring deliverables, and maintaining project timelines.
  3. Tracks progress of various projects according to Centre-wide plans, monitors and reports on the status of projects and major issues/obstacles encountered.
  4. Manages human resources and related issues for CGSHE including: writing job descriptions, setting up new employees on the PHC, PHCRI and UBC systems; reviewing submission of HR forms; payroll issues and time sheets; liaising with PHC, UBC and PHCRI HR staff; and conflict resolution for CGSHE staff.
  5. Provides first-line of guidance on HR and labour relations issues to faculty and staff.
  6. Maintains the work structure by updating job requirements and job descriptions for all positions.
  7. Manages all CGSHE-UBC/SFU Human Resources requests and corresponds with relevant UBC and SFU HR to facilitate position classification, recruitment, onboarding, appointment renewals, payroll, and terminations.
  8. Manages the acquisition, procurement and monthly reconciliation of all UBC and PHC accounts for CGSHE, in conjunction with UBC FoM finance. Develops, manages, and monitors multiple project budgets under the Centre Directors.
  9. Monitors period, quarterly, mid-year and year-end budget expenditures and reports variances. Gathers and summarizes financial information related to assigned projects for submission to relevant PIs, Directors, and funder(s).
  10. In collaboration with the Directors, identifies and supports resolution to problems or barriers for successful program projects/change initiatives.
  11. Facilitates effective triaging of internal and external correspondence, determination of appropriate action, and timely follow-up as appropriate.
  12. Maintains HR and financial reports and develops correspondence, presentation materials, spreadsheets, and memos. Edits and finalizes reports for accuracy and formatting.
  13. Liaises and communicates in a professional and courteous manner with PIs, collaborators, partners, staff and the public to gather and disseminate information.
  14. Manages IT requests and IT onboarding for new staff, liaises with UBC IT, and follows through on requests.
  15. Under the Director of Operations, manages the use and allocation of research space across two facilities.
  16. Ensures appropriate dissemination of information such as Centre procedures and processes and the status of issues to internal and external stakeholders.
  17. Performs other related duties as required.

The incumbent will work at the CGSHE in a designated, appropriate workspace at the CGSHE’s Hornby St. office as well as some time spent at CGSHE’s Community Clinic Research Hub in the Downtown Eastside. Travel to meetings may be required from time to time.

Decision making/Accountability

This position works with a high degree of independence and responsibility and exercises a considerable amount of judgement. Errors in judgment could result in serious financial or reputational consequences for the CGSHE/ UBC, undermining the Centre’s ability to meet commitments and achieve its strategic objectives, including the inability to successfully meet granting agencies’ deliverables.

Inaccurate projections and forecasts could cause the Centre to make costly decisions regarding levels of investigator and staff resources and other support. Poor public/private sector relationships could result in a negative image of CGSHE / UBC and may impact levels of research funding made available through partnerships. Errors could result in significant concerns regarding the liability, credibility and integrity of the CGSHE and UBC.

Supervision Received

Supervised by the Director of Operations.

Supervision Given

Manages staff and is responsible for hiring, discipline, evaluation and termination.

Qualifications

  • Undergraduate degree in a relevant discipline.
  • Minimum two (2) years of experience in HR and/or administration in an academic setting, or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience.
  • Experience in research administration and experience in managing Human Resources or Finance in an academic setting is preferred.
  • Ability to use Word processing, Excel spreadsheet, presentation (PowerPoint or other), desktop publishing, and database software.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of Macintosh computers and Microsoft for Macintosh Office Suite.
  • Strong interpersonal skills, including tact and diplomacy, in dealing with a variety of work situations and liaising with departmental and organizational staff, academics, hospital staff, community partners, and the general public.
  • Demonstrated flexibility and excellent communication skills to respond effectively to inquiries, both verbally and in writing.
  • Adaptability, a high level of judgment, considerable initiative, and ability managing issues, projects, and people.
  • Demonstrated aptitude for detailed work and capability of decision making/problem solving within predetermined guidelines.
  • Strong organizational, time management, and prioritization skills with the ability to multitask and manage competing priorities.
  • Self-directed and able to work independently.

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 BC 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, Métis, Inuit, or Indigenous person.

Apply

CLICK HERE to submit your application via the UBC website or submit your cover letter and CV to HR@cgshe.ubc.ca.

We thank all applicants for their interest, however only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Site/Administrative Coordinator

Starting Wage: $47,792 – $52,118 – $56,446 per annum

Status: Temporary, Full-Time. October 1, 2021 – November 1, 2022

Job Summary

Reporting to the Director of Operations, the Site/ Administrative Coordinator provides operational and administrative support to the Project Coordinator(s) as well as the frontline project staff at the CGSHE Community Clinic Research Hub (647 E. Hastings St.) and also takes work direction from the PI designate of the 647 Management Committee for general research questions. This position will work collaboratively with the Project Coordinator(s) onsite of the relevant project(s) providing research administrative support.

The Site/Administrative Coordinator functions as the point of contact to receive and convey information related to all project(s) at 647 E. Hastings St. The Site/Administrative Coordinator supervises and provides day-to-day support to the Front Desk Assistant(s). This position coordinates bookings and schedules appointments for research projects operating at the CGSHE space: including the AESHA Project (cohort & qualitative), SHAWNA Project (cohort), IRIS Project, Trans Health Project, TRIS Project and Access to Responsive Justice Project.

Organizational Status

Under the supervision of the Director of Operations, this UBC position works as part of the core operations team, at the Centre for Gender & Sexual Health Equity, a UBC and SFU-affiliated academic research centre housed at Providence Health Care. The CGSHE is a network of over 30+ UBC and SFU faculty, their UBC/SFU research teams and affiliated trainees with shared mission and goals, and a strategic mandate of leadership in promoting gender equity and sexual health equity through in BC, Canada and globally.

Work Performed

  1. Provides operational and research administrative support to the Project Coordinator(s) at the CGSHE Community/Clinical Research Hub at 647 E. Hastings St. and project staff involved with the operational implementation of the research project(s).
  2. Responsible for creating a welcoming and safe reception area, coordinating clear communication between the Project Coordinator(s), and organizing workflow interviews/clinical rooms while maintaining confidentiality. Answers the front desk phone and sets up the frontline drop-in space (waiting area, work flow, referral resources etc.).
  3. Maintains secure tracking databases for the project(s), including booking appointments and appointment reminders, updating relevant contact information and other administrative forms as part of check-in/ intake and defined by the relevant Project Coordinator(s) per REB approvals.
  4. Oversees the general operational and administrative duties of the space such as, opening and closing of space, booking meetings, interviews and clinical rooms, and ordering office supplies.
  5. Supervises and provides day-to-day support to the Front Desk Assistant(s).
  6. Participates in the quarterly Local Safety Committee meetings (Chaired by Director of Operations or designate) along with the Project Coordinator(s).
  7. Responsible for ensuring maintenance, and tracking the use of the CGSHE outreach van such as: keeping a log of the van use, ordering outreach supplies, and coordinating regular upkeep services (cleaning, servicing, etc.).
  8. Acts as the first point-of-contact at the CGSHE Community/Clinical Research Hub for participants, community members, and stakeholders.
  9. Acts as the main contact for building operation functions at the CGSHE Community/Clinical Research Hub and maintains staff key-list and alarm code access (with PI approval). Building operation functions include communicating with external service providers for cleaning, repairs, recycling, shredding services etc., and communicating with VCH property management.
  10. Maintains an understanding of the project(s)’ interview/ clinical visit schedules, and is responsible for communicating the schedule(s) to the staff.
  11. Contributes to positive working relationships with a diverse set of team members.
  12. Prepares written materials on appointments/ tracking for the Project Coordinator(s), when required.
  13. Supports the Project Coordinator(s) with petty cash and reconciliation for research projects, when required.
  14. Assists the Project Coordinator(s) in the development of knowledge translation materials and effective strategies for dissemination of promotional materials by front-line staff.
  15. Performs other related duties as assigned.

The incumbent will work at the CGSHE in a designated, appropriate workspace at the CGSHE’s Hornby St office as well as some time spent at the CGSHE Community Clinic Research Hub . Travel to meetings may be required from time to time.

Decision making/Accountability

This position works with a high degree of independence and responsibility and exercises a considerable amount of judgement. Errors in judgment could result in serious financial or reputational consequences for the CGSHE/UBC, undermining the Centre’s ability to meet commitments and achieve its strategic objectives, including the inability to successfully meet granting agencies’ deliverables.

Inaccurate projections and forecasts could cause the Centre to make costly decisions regarding levels of investigator and staff resources and other support. Poor public/private sector relationships could result in a negative image of CGSHE/UBC and may impact levels of research funding made available through partnerships. Errors could result in significant concerns regarding the liability, credibility and integrity of the CGSHE and UBC.

Supervision Received

Supervised by the Director of Operations.

Supervision Given

None.

Qualifications

  • High School diploma or equivalency required. Bachelor’s Degree in Health or Social Sciences, Public Health, Public Policy or a related field is an asset.
  • Minimum of two (2) years’ recent, related experience in administrative coordination or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience.
  • Minimum of two (2) years’ experience in frontline/ community services, including experience with marginalized communities we serve.
  • Experience with underserviced populations (e.g., homeless, sex workers, women living with HIV, women who use drugs, Indigenous women, new immigrant/ migrant communities and gender and sexual minority populations (LGBTQ/2S), including knowledge of gender and social equity.
  • Research experience or training is an asset. Experience and/ or training in conflict management is an asset.
  • Current CPR, sexual health, and naloxone administration training is an asset.
  • Exceptional communication skills, both oral and written.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills, including conflict management and crisis resolution skills.
  • Organized with meticulous attention to detail.
  • Ability to work independently following SOPs within a diverse team environment.
  • Ability to problem solve and be flexible.
  • Familiarity with Metro Vancouver and community services related to sexual health, HIV and sex work.
  • Demonstrated computer skills, including experience with Microsoft Office Suite (Word and Excel) and proficiency with data entry.
  • Excellent time management skills.
  • Ability to handle multiple tasks at once, establish priorities and meet deadlines.
  • Ability to use professional judgment when supporting participants and referring to appropriate services.
  • Demonstrated knowledge and skills to work with diverse community collaborators, service providers, and other stakeholders. Flexibility in daytime and early evening hours to support outreach and recruitment to study populations. Physical ability to perform the duties of the position.

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 BC 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, Métis, Inuit, or Indigenous person.

Apply

CLICK HERE to submit your application via the UBC website or submit your cover letter and CV to HR@cgshe.ubc.ca.

We thank all applicants for their interest, however only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Interviewer/Outreach Worker - Multilingual (Mandarin speaking)

Starting Wage: $ 3,777.25 – $4,501.17 per month (pro-rated)

Status: Part-Time, 0.4 FTE

Job Summary

The Interviewer/Outreach Worker operates as a member of a multidisciplinary, collaborative research team supporting the AESHA Project. The Interviewer/ Outreach Worker recruits and prescreens potential participants, conducts structured interviews of eligible research participants enrolled in relevant project; and assists in data collection, data cleaning, and data entry resulting from interviews. The Interviewer/Outreach Worker also performs outreach activities and connects people with community services as needed. This multilingual position is dedicated to supporting interviews, follow-up, and support needs of im/migrant sex workers enrolled in AESHA. It is supervised by and reports to the Project Coordinator.

About AESHA: An Evaluation of Sex Workers’ Health Access (AESHA) is a UBC/SFU community-based cohort study of the health and occupational rights of women (cis and trans) sex workers across diverse working environments in Metro Vancouver and is housed at the CGSHE.

Centre Affiliation

This UBC position/project working under UBC faculty leads is based at the Centre for Gender & Sexual Equity, a UBC and SFU-affiliated academic research centre housed at Providence Health Care. The CGSHE is a network of over 30+ UBC and SFU faculty, their UBC/SFU research teams, and affiliated trainees with shared mission and goals. It has a strategic mandate of leadership in promoting gender equity and sexual health equity through in BC, Canada and globally.

Organizational Status

Reports to and is supervised by the Project Coordinator.

Work Performed

  1. Recruits potential participants, provides information and answers questions about research studies.
  2. Prescreens potential research subjects in person according to study protocols and enrolls eligible participants.
  3. Conducts quantitative structured interviews with eligible participants and performs outreach for follow up interviews.
  4. Conducts outreach and interviews off site at community services and/or other facilities with varying environments (e.g. massage parlours, drop-in centres, shelters, non-profit residences, private SROs, health care facilities, public spaces in inner city setting) using approved transportation options.
  5. Adheres to informed consent procedures and ethical guidelines for research involving human subjects.
  6. Reviews questionnaires for completeness and accuracy.
  7. Ensures policies and procedures for data management are followed and all documents are entered and filed as required by ethical guidelines.
  8. Processes participant honoraria, including paying participant and recording honoraria for daily float reconciliation.
  9. Transports blood and urine samples to St. Paul’s Hospital as needed.
  10. Participates in knowledge translation presentations to community organizations as needed.
  11. Assists with training staff on data collection protocols as needed.
  12. Refers participants to appropriate services and/or provides initial support when required.
  13. Performs other related duties as required.

Provincial health orders allowing this position is based at the CGSHE/UBC Gender Research Hub, a community/ clinical research space in the Downtown Eastside. Travel within the Lower Mainland is also required (as public health allows).

Consequences of Error/Judgement

Works within well-defined guidelines and procedures, but exercises judgment in establishing priorities and carrying tasks through to completion; new or unusual problems are referred to supervisor.

This position entails a high level of confidentiality and discretion. Failure to maintain research and program information in confidence could result in damage to credibility and poor relations with internal and external stakeholders. Errors in judgment could result in serious financial or reputational consequences for the Centre, undermining the Centre’s ability to meet commitments and achieve its strategic objectives, including the inability to successfully meet granting agencies’ deliverables.

Poor public/private sector relationships could result in a negative image of CGSHE and may impact levels of research funding made available through partnerships. Errors could result in significant concerns regarding the liability, credibility, and integrity of the Centre, PHC/ PHCRI, and the University.

Supervision Received

Supervised by and reports to the Project Coordinator. Work may involve simple techniques and methods requiring knowledge and/or procedures that are readily acquired and used generally in repetitive or simple applications; the nature of work is routine and clearly defined; all problems are referred to supervisor.

Supervision Given

None but may explain work sequences to others.

Qualifications

  • High School diploma or equivalent training required. Bachelor’s degree in health care, social services or social sciences preferred.
  • Minimum two (2) years’ experience in frontline/ community services experience with marginalized communities we serve.
  • Strong gender and social equity lens and knowledge and experience with marginalized and stigmatized populations (e.g. Indigenous and other racialized communities, homeless communities, migrant and refugee communities, gender and sexual minority populations).
  • Lived experience of relevant affected communities a strong asset.
  • Experience with semi-structured or structured interviewing techniques an asset. Community-based research experience or training is an asset. Current CPR, sexual health, and naloxone administration training an asset.
  • Exceptional communication skills, both oral and written. Multilingual (Mandarin) skills required.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills including conflict management/crisis resolution skills.
  • Organized with meticulous attention to detail.
  • Ability to work independently following SOPs, while taking supervision and direction from coordinators, and within a diverse team environment.
  • Flexibility in hours in hours and willingness to work across CGSHE offices and community to support outreach and recruitment.
  • Familiarity with Metro Vancouver (for outreach) and community services related to sexual health, HIV and sex work.
  • Knowledge of services for youth an asset.
  • Demonstrated computer skills including experience in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel) and proficiency with data entry.
  • Excellent time management and data entry skills.
  • Demonstrated ability to establish priorities and meet deadlines.
  • Demonstrates professional judgment when supporting participants and referring to appropriate services.
  • Physical ability to perform the duties of the position.
  • Class 5 BC Driver’s License is an asset.
  • Knowledge and skills to work with diverse community collaborators, service providers and other stakeholders.

We are prioritizing BIPOC and LGBTQ/2S people, as well as other grounded expertise with human rights, sexual health, and reproductive justice lens.

We encourage applications from members of groups that have been marginalized on any grounds including sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, racialization, experience as a sex worker, disability, political belief, religion, marital or family status, age, and/or status as a First Nation, Métis, Inuit, or Indigenous person.

Apply

Apply via the UBC website or submit your cover letter and CV to HR@cgshe.ubc.ca.

We thank all applicants for their interest, however only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Community Health Associate - Multilingual (Mandarin speaking)

Starting Wage: $3,982.67 – $4,703.83 per month (pro-rated)

Status: Part-Time, 0.4 FTE

Job Summary

The Community Health Associate (CHA) operates as a member of a diverse multidisciplinary and collaborative research team supporting the AESHA Project. The CHA recruits and prescreens potential research participants; conducts structured interviews; and supports point-of-care testing and self-specimen collection for HIV and STIs (swab or urine samples) and outreach activities connecting people with community services and supports. This multilingual position is dedicated to supporting im/migrant sex workers; it is supervised by the Project Coordinator and reports to the Faculty Lead.

About AESHA: An Evaluation of Sex Workers’ Health Access (AESHA) is a UBC/SFU community-based cohort study of the health and occupational rights of women (cis and trans) sex workers across diverse working environments in Metro Vancouver and is housed at the CGSHE.

Centre Affiliation

This UBC position/project working under UBC faculty leads is based at the Centre for Gender and Sexual Equity (CGSHE), a UBC and SFU-affiliated academic research centre housed at Providence Health Care. The CGSHE has a strategic mandate of leadership in promoting gender equity and sexual health equity through in BC, Canada and globally. The CGSHE is a network of over 30+ UBC and SFU faculty, their UBC/SFU research teams, and affiliated trainees with shared mission and goals.

Work Performed

  • Recruits potential participants, provides information and answers questions about research studies.
  • Prescreens potential research subjects according to study protocols and enrolls eligible participants.
  • Conducts quantitative structured interviews with eligible participants and performs outreach for follow up interviews.
  • Conducts and processes specimen collection of HIV and STIs: both processing of self-collected swabs or urine-samples, under the direction and supervision of the STI-certified Sexual Health Research Nurse.
  • Refers all positive or reactive results directly to the Sexual Health Research Nurse who oversees any follow-up testing, reporting of results, and treatment follow-up with the study physician, BCCDC, and in accordance with provincial STI and HIV guidelines.
  • Conducts pre/post-test HIV counseling and rapid point-of care testing (in accordance with Point Of Care training for allied and non-allied health professionals by BCCDC).
  • Conducts outreach and interviews off site at community services and/or other facilities with varying environments (e.g. massage parlours, drop-in centres, shelters, non-profit residences, private SROs, health care facilities, public spaces in inner city setting) using approved transportation options.
  • Adheres to informed consent procedures and ethical guidelines for research involving human subjects.
  • Reviews questionnaires for completeness and accuracy.
  • Ensures policies and procedures for data management are followed and all documents are entered and filed as required by ethical guidelines.
  • Responsible for processing participant honoraria, including paying participant and recording honoraria for daily float reconciliation.
  • Transports blood and urine samples to St. Paul’s Hospital as needed.
  • Participates in knowledge translation presentations to community organizations as needed.
  • Assists with training staff on data collection protocols as needed.
  • Refers participants to appropriate services and/or provides initial support when required.
  • Performs other related duties as required.

This position is based at the CGSHE/UBC Gender Research Hub, a community/clinical research space in the Downtown Eastside. Travel within the Lower Mainland is also required (as public health allows).

Consequences of Error/Judgement

Works within well-defined guidelines and procedures, but exercises judgment in establishing priorities and carrying tasks through to completion; new or unusual problems are referred to supervisor.

This position entails a high level of confidentiality and discretion. Failure to maintain research and program information in confidence could result in damage to credibility and poor relations with internal and external stakeholders. Errors in judgment could result in serious financial or reputational consequences for the Centre, undermining the Centre’s ability to meet commitments and achieve its strategic objectives, including the inability to successfully meet granting agencies’ deliverables. Poor public/private sector relationships could result in a negative image of CGSHE and may impact levels of research funding made available through partnerships. Errors could result in significant concerns regarding the liability, credibility, and integrity of the Centre, PHC/PHCRI, and the University.

Supervision Received

Supervised and reports to the Project Coordinator. Work may involve techniques and methods requiring knowledge and/or procedures that are readily acquired and used generally in repetitive applications; the nature of work is routine and clearly defined; all problems are referred to supervisor.

Supervision Given

None but may explain work sequences to others.

Qualifications

  • High School diploma or equivalent training required. Bachelor’s degree in health care, social services or social sciences preferred.
  • Minimum two (2) years’ experience in frontline/ community services experience with marginalized communities we serve.
  • Completion of basic sexual health training, including STI/HIV knowledge, for allied and non-allied health professionals (e.g. Options for Sexual Health; BCCDC; or CATIE; HIV pre/post testing counseling and point-of care training for allied and non-allied health professionals (BCCDC); and Transfer of Dangerous Goods training. Multilingual (Mandarin) skills and Class 5 BC Driver’s License required.
  • Strong gender and social equity lens and knowledge and experience with marginalized and stigmatized populations (e.g. Indigenous and other racialized communities, homeless communities, migrant and refugee communities, gender and sexual minority populations).
  • Lived experience of relevant affected communities a strong asset.
  • Experience with semi structured or structured interviewing techniques an asset.
  • Community-based research experience or training is an asset.
  • Current CPR and naloxone administration training an asset.
  • Exceptional communication skills, both oral and written.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills including conflict management/crisis resolution skills.
  • Organized with meticulous attention to detail.
  • Ability to work independently following SOPs, while taking supervision and direction from coordinators, and within a diverse team environment.
  • Flexibility in hours in hours and willingness to work across CGSHE offices and community to support outreach and recruitment.
  • Familiarity with Metro Vancouver (for Outreach) and community services related to sexual health, HIV and sex work.
  • Knowledge of services for youth an asset. Demonstrated computer skills including experience in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel) and proficiency with data entry.
  • Excellent time management and data entry skills.
  • Demonstrated ability to establish priorities and meet deadlines.
  • Demonstrates professional judgment when supporting participants and referring to appropriate services.
  • Physical ability to perform the duties of the position.
  • Knowledge and skills to work with diverse community collaborators, service providers and other stakeholders.

We are prioritizing BIPOC and LGBTQ/2S people, as well as other grounded expertise with human rights, sexual health, and reproductive justice lens.

We encourage applications from members of groups that have been marginalized on any grounds including sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, racialization, experience as a sex worker, disability, political belief, religion, marital or family status, age, and/or status as a First Nation, Métis, Inuit, or Indigenous person.

Apply

CLICK HERE to submit your application via the UBC website or submit your cover letter and CV to HR@cgshe.ubc.ca.

We thank all applicants for their interest, however only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

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