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Contact Name Employment Works
Contact Email [email protected]
Since 01-12-1998
Job Information
Job Type Full-Time
Salary Range Per Month
Category General Research
Sub Category
Shift Morning
Posted 23-08-2016
Minimum Education High School
Degree Title Honours Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology
Minimum Experience 3 Year
Work Permit
Required Travel
Job Status
Job Status Sourcing
Start Publishing 23-08-2016
No of Jobs 2
Stop Publishing 23-08-2019


Come join the largest mental health and addiction teaching hospital, as well as one of the world's leading research centres in the area of addiction and mental health, with this exciting opportunity in the Toronto Adult Neurodevelopmental Services (formally known as the Dual Diagnosis Service) based at CAMH’s Queen Street Site. The Toronto Adult Neurodevelopmental Services is part of the Child, Youth and Emerging Adults Program at CAMH. As part of CAMH’s Strategic Plan, Vision 2020, the Toronto Adult Neurodevelopmental Services has undertaken a renewal process and is embarking on an ambitious transformation agenda to improve services across its continuum of care. As part of the third phase of the redevelopment of the Queen St site, the Adult Neurodevelopmental Services is part of innovation and planning for new buildings that are projected to be ready for occupancy in 2019/20.

The Child, Youth and Emerging Adults Program is currently seeking a part-time, Research Analyst 2 to work in the Adult Neurodevelopmental Services at Queen Street Site. Reporting to the Manager and working as a member of an interprofessional team, you will complete various clinical scales, as well as conduct structured interviews with individuals with a mental health disorder/diagnosis/concerns and a developmental disability at the point of intake and assist them with the completion of several clinical scales, and at different stages in the treatment process. You will be responsible for collecting clinical and research data, scoring and interpreting these data, and entering the information into a database. You will track activities related to program evaluation such as quality measures across the service, collection of process data obtaining feedback from service users and clinicians, as well as preparing regular reports on various quality initiatives. You will analyse data and write regular reports based on the above information.

You will be participating in preparation, and maintaining documentation with the REB. There may also be opportunities to assist in the preparation of grant submissions and research manuscripts. Candidate will also assist with duties including scheduling subject interviews, creating subject records and database management. Other administrative or other related duties as assigned by the manger will also be required. You will support a healthy workplace that embraces diversity and complies with all applicable and regulatory requirements. This position is located at 1001 Queen Street West.




The successful candidate will possess at minimum an Honours Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology, health sciences or an equivalent. 

You will also possess excellent organizational, communication and interpersonal skills. Experience building and managing clinical databases, and summarizing outcome information is essential. Experience with Excel for data entry, verification, literature review, synthesis skills, and analysis is required. Excellent organizational skills and the ability to multitask are essential. Hospital experience plus community based work experience with individuals with mental illness and/or addictions are an asset. The ability to work with clients of diverse cultural and social backgrounds is necessary. Bilingualism (French/English) or proficiency in a second language would be an asset. Experience with computer-based programs including Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, Access, PowerPoint, and Excel), Internet search engines, and statistical software) is required. This position requires flexible hours across the work week (evening/weekends) which will vary across the calendar year.

Please Note: This permanent part-time position is part of the OPSEU Bargaining Unit.
Salary Range: $27.26 – $36.78 per hour


Preferred Skills

The candidate will have 1-year experience in the administration of different rating scales. Prior research or service experience with individuals and/or families with developmental disability, Autism, mental health, and addiction issues is essential. Experience completion of measures related to psychiatric symptomology and developmental disabilities is an asset.

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