Toronto – 12-month placement
Want to make a difference in public education?
Are you a new social sciences or public affairs graduate looking for that critical first real-world work experience?
The EdCan Network is Canada’s independent, bilingual, non-partisan organization of over 75,000 educators including university faculties of education, school districts and ministries of education renowned for developing knowledge tools that bridge the research-implementation gap. Our role as an indispensable intermediary connects K-12 education systems across the country by producing and disseminating authoritative and evidence-based, yet accessible content that is trusted by educators, parents and policymakers alike in a world where fact-based information is increasingly difficult to decipher.
EdCan is seeking one (1) Research Analyst (Intern) for a twelve-month placement in our Toronto office. This Research Analyst will focus on research production, content development, knowledge mobilization, strategic communications and network engagement.
Strong English-French bilingualism, including excellent written and oral communication skills, is a definite asset. The intern should be comfortable with collecting, interpreting, analyzing, synthesizing, producing, and mobilizing a variety of research tools, publications, and datasets, while maintaining factual accuracy and credibility. Knowledge of and experience with traditional and social media is important.
University graduate (Bachelor’s degree or Master’s degree holder) who has graduated within the last three years from an accredited university. The position will be a first full-time employment in the candidate’s field of study.
Deadline for applications is March 25, 2019
Potential start date is April 29, 2019
This is a paid, contractual position
To apply, please submit a motivation letter and resume to email@example.com with Research Analyst (Intern) in the subject line.
We thank all candidates for their submissions. However, only those convened for an interview will be contacted.