Hiring graduate students for immigration research: Apply by February 19
CESI and the Guelph-Wellington Local Immigration Partnership are seeking one or two graduate students with excellent research and writing skills for 5-week part-time (around 10 hours per week) work opportunities. Students will conduct qualitative research on the services provided to international students to help them transition to permanent residents. Tasks might include literature reviews and scans of existing programs and services, stakeholder interviews, data analysis and report writing. Findings from this work will be used to inform the delivery of programs and services offered to international students in Guelph and Wellington county.
Ideal candidates are reliable and resourceful; they are able to quickly grasp new subjects; and have experience leading qualitative research projects involving community members and writing reports for non-academic audiences. Experience in project management or conducting research related to immigration are valuable assets.
Please email your resume to Caroline Duvieusart-Déry, Knowledge Mobilization Coordinator by 5pm on Tuesday, February 19.
Interviews are expected to take place by February 22 (interviews can be remote or in person), and positions will start on February 25.