Post-doctoral Fellowship Opportunity regarding COVID-19 and Intimate Partner Violence: Apply by November 15!

Posted on Friday, November 4th, 2022

The collaborative, CIHR-funded research project "Experiences of IPV and Housing Insecurity Among Young Women and Mothers During COVID-19" is hiring a postdoctoral fellow to investigate how COVID-19 has impacted intimate partner violence and housing insecurity among young women and mothers. The successful candidate will lead and design a meta-analysis of relevant literature in collaboration with the research team, with the opportunity to present their findings in conferences or publications. This project is co-led by Dr. Paula Barata at the University of Guelph, Liearn Docherty from the Women Abuse Council of Toronto, and Dr. Melissa Tanti at CESI. The project will also work in collaboration with community organizations that support women experiencing violence. This is an exciting opportunity for anyone interested in community engagement and gender-based violence.

The one-year appointment will start in December 2022.

The required qualifications are:

• PhD in Psychology or another relevant discipline
• Expertise in conducting literature reviews 
• Expertise in quantitative analyses
• Experience and/or training in meta-analyses
• Exceptional writing and oral communication in English
• Excellent organizational skills
• Ability to work both independently and collaboratively
• Knowledge in intimate partner violence and/or violence against women is an asset
• Interest and/or experience in community-engaged research is an asset
• Interest and/or experience in qualitative research is an asset

Applications close on Tuesday, November 15, 2020 at 11:59pm. For more information, visit the COVID-19 and Intimate Partner Violence page on the Graduate Studies website.

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