Université du Québec en Outaouais (UQO)
Location: St-Jérome, Québec.
Compensation: Concomitant with experience and education as per the defined salary scale set out by UQO
Professor Eric Tchouaket is a researcher and associate professor in the department of nursing at the Université du Québec en Outaouais (UQO) in St. Jerome, Québec. His work primarily focuses on the economic analysis of healthcare performance, safety and security. His current projects underway focus on the economic evaluation of healthcare initiatives of infection prevention and control, especially with regards to health care associated infections in Quebec hospitals and long-term care facilities.
Our team currently requires a medical records archivist to assist with a research project underway in four Quebec hospitals: two located in Montreal, one in the Laurentians and one in Outaouais. The position begins Dec 1st or as soon as the candidate is available, with a six month commitment and the possibility to extend. The job is an ideal opportunity for a newly graduated medical archivist, or may be used to fulfill a placement for medical archivists in training.
Tasks and responsibilities
Within the scope a research project, the medical archivist will be required to:
Ideal candidates will:
Other: The applicant must be eligible to work in Canada
Start Date: December 01, 2021 ( or as soon as the candidate is available)
Commitment: 14-21 hours per week (negotiable)
Salary: Concomitant with experience and education as per the defined research professional salary scale set out by UQO
To apply send your CV and cover letter to:
Stephanie Robins, M.Sc., research professional
Dr. Eric Tchouaket, PhD., Associate Professor
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