Working Here

Located at St. Paul’s Hospital, CHÉOS is an interdisciplinary collective founded to pursue excellence in health outcomes research. In addition to conducting its own research, the Centre’s other primary function is to offer methodological expertise to other researchers, including assistance with study design, statistics, health economics, data management, and grant facilitation for both health outcomes research and clinical trials. The Centre consists of 75 faculty members and 130–150 staff and research personnel.

Making a Real Difference

Our employees believe in the vision and mission at CHÉOS strive to support groundbreaking research that we do. Looking for a career with meaning? You're in the right place.

Always Learning

As an organization, we collaboratively invest in your success by offering resources and opportunities to help you achieve your goals and seek new learning opportunities.

Recognizing Hard Work

We know employees are more engaged when they feel recognized and appreciated for their work. At CHÉOS, we celebrate and support a job well done.

Always Improving

Our Centre creates high-quality evidence that sparks real change in the world, and working with CHÉOS is no different. We're always learning and growing as an organization, adapting and changing according to challenges and opportunities to make CHÉOS an even better place to grow your career.

Opportunities at CHÉOS

Through our collaborative and dynamic work environment, our Centre is the place where careers in health care flourish.

Statistician

CHÉOS & FNHA

Under the joint supervision of Dr. Bohdan Nosyk (Scientist, CHÉOS) and Louise Meilleur (Director of Health Surveillance, FNHA), the Statistician will assist the team leads and other team members in the statistical analysis of population health data including data holdings stewarded by the FNHA.

The Statistician will join a multidisciplinary team of researchers and FNHA surveillance personnel engaged in a diverse portfolio of leading-edge health services research projects focusing on the impacts of substance use and related health care policies within BC communities including First Nations.

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Project Coordinator

CHÉOS

Under the supervision of Dr. Bohdan Nosyk, the Project Coordinator will assist in the planning, development and implementation of a Health Canada-funded study related to substance use, perinatal care, and maternal/child health. Dr. Nosyk leads a multidisciplinary team of statisticians, health economists and public health researchers engaged in an international portfolio of leading-edge health economic and health services research projects focusing on HIV/AIDS and substance use disorders. This team offers outstanding research opportunities, a breadth of methodological skills, and a focus on improving health outcomes for marginalized populations. This position entails research and grant administration in addition to involvement in research studies with potential for publication and additional professional development opportunities.

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Director of Grants

CHÉOS & the CTN

As the Director of Grants, your work will help determine the grants and awards the organization will receive, directly impacting the research conducted at CHÉOS/CTN (and therefore the evidence generated for policy implementation). You will be responsible for various duties including developing a wide range of clinical and health research-related funding proposals, and assisting with the preparation and collation of materials related to funding proposals, grant submissions, and progress reports.

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Executive Assistant

CHÉOS & the CTN

The Executive Assistant (EA) is responsible for administrative support related to the activities of the Director, CHÉOS/CTN National Director. In addition, this role offers the unique opportunity to participate in research administration and develop special projects, depending on the successful applicant’s interest. As a fundamental role within the organization, the EA sets the Director up for success by ensuring the smooth flow of their day, anticipating their needs, and effectively supporting their work.

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