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Job Posting: Research Assistant for Teaching and Learning Project

September 19, 2017

 The SFU Institute for the Study of Teaching and Learning in the Disciplines and Beedie School of Business are looking for a Research Assistant for a project intended to investigate the effectiveness of a mandatory career education program for undergraduate business students.

This position pays $20 - $25/hr  (based on experience, qualifications and degree program) with a total appointment of minimum 100 hours.

Responsibilities include instrument design, data entry, analysis and summary, undertaking literature reviews related to the project, and supporting dissemination of project findings within and beyond SFU.

Education requirements:

  • Currently enrolled in a graduate program at SFU (M.A., ME.d, PhD or equivalent combination of skills and experiences). Preference will be given to a graduate degree in or related to counselling psychology, educational psychology, or career development
  • Experience with basic qualitative and quantitative data analyses and with instument design

To apply, please submit resume with 2 references listed, cover letter, official or unofficial transcript, and a writing sample of a literature review to Lisa Higashi, Manager Undergraduate Careers ( by September 30, 2017.

For more information about the position and how to apply, visit the position webpage, or see the Full Job Description below:

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