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University of Saskatchewan, Canada

Working within the Knowledge Mobilization (KM) Axis, the KM Specialist is responsible for the day-to-day design, implementation, and reporting of the project’s KM activities to ensure that the Project’s objectives are achieved. The KM Specialist’s primary focus is on leading and collaborating on the creation of KM products and processes. These include advancing stakeholder engagement and policy input; working with team members to develop policy briefs, practitioner guidelines, and presentations; coordinating the Project blog and providing input into blog posts; and coordinating development of videos on the Project. The KM Specialist will also contribute to development and maintenance of the Interactive Data Platform and other website innovations, and will oversee Project outputs in news outlets and social media. A focus on continued innovation and improvement of Project KM activities is central to the role. 

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Various Locations, Remote

This position may be filled as either a funded thesis-based graduate student or as a paid research assistant. Ideally, the candidate will conduct their thesis on a component of the MECCE Project’s research program. However, this position may also be done as a paid Research Assistantship.

The successful candidate will work weekly research assistant hours as part of their scholarly training. Responsibilities will vary but may include: (1) carrying out data collection; (2) data entry and management; (3) contributing to data analyses; (4) publication writing; and (5) other clerical and organizational duties as required.

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University of Saskatchewan, Canada

This position may be filled as either a funded thesis-based graduate student or as a paid research assistant. Ideally, the candidate will conduct their thesis on a component of the MECCE Project’s research program. However, this position may also be done as a paid Research Assistantship.

The successful candidate will work weekly research assistant hours as part of their scholarly training. Responsibilities will vary but may include: (1) carrying out data collection; (2) data entry and management; (3) contributing to data analyses; (4) publication writing; and (5) other clerical and organizational duties as required.

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