Temporary Full-Time (1.00 FTE)
Start Date: January 15, 2019
End Date: January 14, 2020
Vancouver, BC


Participates in multiple projects and programs of multi-year projects; participates in initiatives in project management research, methodology, design, planning, implementation, integration, evaluation and ongoing monitoring.
Arranges meetings and travel involved in planning and construction of grant applications; is responsible that minutes for such meetings are taken and distributed to attendees; follows up on action items in minutes.
Prepares and arranges supporting documents such as budgets and budget justifications, certificates for animal colony work and ethical approvals for patient-related grants and biohazard approvals.
Assists the Research Projects Leader in preparation of written progress, quarterly, annual and final reports, for projects, grants and collaborations by providing updated budget summary/milestone information.
Assists in preparing annual reports
Contributes to the preparation, assembly, presentation and distribution of project proposals and reports by compiling information, preparing reporting information including charts, tables and figures.


A level of education, training, and experience equivalent to completion of a Bachelor’s from a recognized college or university (preferably in Science or Business).
One to three years of recent related experience coordinating research projects in an academic or health research setting or in research project management.
Knowledge of project management methodologies and principles, project evaluation and monitoring, and multiple project interaction and integration.
Demonstrated ability to manage multiple tasks and assignments within a fast paced environment.
Demonstrated organizational, analytical and decision-making skills.
Excellent ability to organize work and communicate effectively.
Excellent communication skills both verbal and written.
Demonstrated computer literacy (MSWord, Excel, PowerPoint, Project, Visio, Adobe Acrobat & PhotoShop).
Ability to work under pressure of deadlines.
Ability to accept responsibility and work independently.
Must be physically able to perform the job duties.
Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

If interested, please send your CV directly to Amanda Kotzer, Executive Director, BC Regenerative Medicine Initiative