Project Manager – 1 RA position — Dec 31, 2021


This position is for a SpokenWeb-affiliated project entitled “Listening Queerly Across Generational Divides.” While this project is different from the official SpokenWeb project, Research Assistants will have the possibility of participating in SpokenWeb programming and related activities.

Deadline: Until the position is filled

The SSHRC Insight Development research project “Listening Queerly Across Generational Divides,” led by Principal Investigator Dr. Mathieu Aubin (Department of English), is seeking a candidate to help manage and participate in the research of queer-inflected literary events held in Montreal and Vancouver in the 1980s.

We are looking for candidates with knowledge of Canadian literature and literary events and experience developing a research project. Knowledge of French is an asset.

The work will be well suited for someone who feels comfortable working by themselves and enjoys connecting virtually with a team of undergraduate and Master’s students, while receiving guidance and mentorship from the project leader.

How Will the Candidate Benefit from this Opportunity?

This project will give the research assistant an opportunity to develop their expertise in Canadian literary history and develop the necessary skills to manage research projects inside and outside of the university. The candidate will also have the opportunity to co-deliver a presentation at an academic conference with the project leader, giving them the opportunity to develop their public speaking skills.

Description of Job Duties

Primary responsibilities of the position may include the following:

  • Help manage the project and research data;
  • Develop an annotated bibliography of relevant literature;
  • Analyze and interpret archival materials.

Salary & Eligibility

Position open to any student in good standing. Rate to be determined by the Collective Agreement for 6-10 hours per week until May 31st, 2022.



How to Apply

Send a statement of interest, including information about relevant experience, and a resume to: Dr. Mathieu Aubin at mathieu.aubin@concordia.ca. We look forward to receiving your applications!

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