A posting is now open until July 18, 2018 for a Research Officer position at the Peel District School Board. The position begins September 4, 2018. This application is posted on applytoeducation.com (link at bottom of this pdf with more information) so to apply you will need to create an account first.
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The Peel District School Board (PDSB) is one of the largest school boards in Canada, with more than 150,000 students in over 250 schools. At PDSB, everything we do is designed to help all students achieve to the best of their ability. We have the incredible opportunity to inspire a smile in each student. Our collective, daily efforts make a positive difference in the lives of our students, their families and the world. Guided by our mission, vision and values, we build positive places for learning and working … together at http://www.peelschools.org We are currently accepting applications for a Research Officer.
Are you an experienced professional highly skilled in qualitative and quantitative research? Do you welcome the opportunity to draw on this expertise to support services and programs across the Peel District School Board? If so, take the next step in your successful career by joining our team.
Job Duties/Responsibilities and Details
Reporting to the Chief Research Officer, Research and Accountability, you will work both independently and as part of a team of education researchers in the design, implementation and interpretation of research and evaluation projects to support the board’s system-wide strategic goals, equity and diversity initiatives, and curriculum and instruction programs.
Being a Research Officer at the Peel District School Board means acting as a research and evaluation resource to support the use of data for planning and decision-making. This will include being responsible for consultation and development of assessments (curriculum, alternative programs, special education) as well as the evaluation of educational programs (equity, diversity, instruction, special education). The research
team and Board staff will also rely on your assessment of current educational trends, and on the literature reviews and environmental scans you can provide on topics of interest as they carry out their functions.