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Job Posting: QDAS Facilitator for SFU Research Commons

May 16, 2017
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The SFU Library Research Commons is looking for a Graduate Peer Qualitative Data Analysis Software (QDAS) Facilitator to develop and provide support programs for QDAS software for researchers in a wide range of disciplines. This position will require that the successful candidate provide support at each of the three SFU locations. 

Responsibilities:
  • Provide consultations in person, by phone, and by email to QDAS users (primarily grad students)
  • Develop documentation and relevant webpages to support QDAS use
  • Facilitate programming (workshops, users' groups) to support QDAS use
Requirements:
  • Currently enrolled in an SFU Graduate Program
  • Significant experience and/or training with Qualitative Data Analysis Software
  • Significant experience and/or training in qualitative methods
  • Demonstrated familiarity with NVivo 11 software
  • Demonstrated ability to train others or facilitate learning
  • Demonstrated ability to work with students individually or in small groups
The salary is $24.01 per hour (includes 4% in lieu of vacation). The hours are flexible—up to 10 hours per week is preferred. 
 
This posting will remain open until the position is filled.
 
For more information, including how to apply, see the job posting PDF below.

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