Morning Star Lodge Employment
Part-Time Student Research Assistant
Description: The Morningstar Lodge, established by the Canada Foundation for Innovation and supported and maintained by HSNRI, is a lab that embodies mentorship. It is a student training lab that fosters a team environment where undergraduate, graduate and post-doctoral trainees are supervised by Dr. Bourassa and her academic team. Elders are also actively involved in guiding every research project as they play a critical role in the lab and are always available to student trainees. Innovative Indigenous research methodologies are blended with Western methodologies to exemplify the "Two-Eyed Seeing Model" in the lab. Mentorship in the lab happens not only between academic supervisor/student but also between students as well as between Elders and students, community members and students and, especially, between community members and academics.
Indigenous Community-Based Research is based on four core values (sometimes called the “4 Rs”): respect, responsibility, reciprocity and relevance. Our model embodies these values, as we understand that our diverse projects are relevant not only to our community partners but to all involved.
We are seeking a part-time graduate student to assist with a variety of Indigenous community-based health projects.
Peer Research Associate (PRA)
One Position Available in either Regina, Saskatoon, or Prince Albert
Description: A Peer Research Assistant (PRA) will be hired based on the geographical layout of Saskatchewan. Consideration will be given to reaching out to women most affected by HIV and often underrepresented in research.
We are seeking a motivated, experienced and enthusiastic Indigenous woman who’s knowledge based with Indigenous women living with HIV/AIDS to fill this part-time, 1 year contract position. The contract may be renewed at the end of the first year.
The PRA will be responsible for completing a multi-phase training session. This will include intensive training in research methods, privacy and confidentiality, facilitating interviews, the CHIWOS survey, computer literacy, supporting participants and self care. The PRA will also be responsible for recruiting women that are living with HIV to participate in sharing circle/focus group and for facilitating interviews in their region.
Contact our Community Research Assistant Jaqueline Anaquod for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org or 306-584-4462
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Our Community Partners May be Looking?
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We'll be looking for Community Research Assistants to join our team for our MInd Care & KICA/CICA Projects. Until then, feel free to check out our partners empoyment opportunities out of the File Hills Qu'Appelle Tribal Council.