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Job Title:
Research Intern-TFT NOHFC

Posted Date:
11/4/2019
Closing Date:
11/22/2019

Job Description

 

Ref# EXT19043

1‑Temporary  Full Time  ‑ Research Intern

Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corporation

                                                                                                 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corporation

Research Intern

 

(one year contract)

 

Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre

 

Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre (TBRHSC) is a state‑of‑the‑art, 375 bed, acute care facility serving

the healthcare needs of people living in Thunder Bay and N.W.O. The organization is focused on providing patient

and family centered care in an academic learning environment.  To fulfill its Teaching and Research strategic goals,

TBRHSC supported (in 2007‑08) the creation of the Thunder Bay Regional Health Research Institute (TBRHRI), as a

not‑forprofit and independent research corporation but closely affiliated with the Health Sciences Centre.  Through

the partnership, TBRHRI and TBRHSC are advancing the academic research mandate and strengthening our

collective role as a leader in health innovation.  

 

In conjunction with the Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corporation (NOHFC), we are currently seeking candidates

for the following position:

 

NOHFC #8503086, Research Intern (1 Year Contract)

 

The individual filling this position will work closely with the associated Physician and the Clinical Research Services

Department (CRSD).  Their time will be devoted to the support and development of clinical research projects

specifically related to the TBRHSC Emergency Department.

 

Along with a degree in science or medicine, the ideal candidate will have training and experience in basic research

design.  Medical knowledge specifically related to emergency medicine, with an overall knowledge of the health care

system area, is preferred.  Must be highly dedicated and organized, with the ability to multi task in a fast‑paced,

diverse and growing environment.  Exceptional organizational and communication skills, along with strong

quantitative, analytic and reasoning skills are necessary. Intern must be a university or college graduate who has

graduated within the last three years from an accredited college or university.  The candidate must be a graduate of

a post‑secondary degree or diploma program.  The position will be a first full‑time employment in the candidate's field

of study.

Application Deadline:      November 22, 2019

Please reply to:

 

Tanya Niederer, Human Resources Coordinator

980 Oliver Road

Thunder Bay, Ontario P7B 6V4

Email: niederet@tbh.net