Working Here

Located at St. Paul’s Hospital, CHÉOS is an interdisciplinary collective founded to pursue excellence in health outcomes research. In addition to conducting its own research, the Centre’s other primary function is to offer methodological expertise to other researchers, including assistance with study design, statistics, health economics, data management, and grant facilitation for both health outcomes research and clinical trials. The Centre consists of 75 faculty members and 130–150 staff and research personnel.

Making a Real Difference

Our employees believe in the vision and mission at CHÉOS strive to support groundbreaking research that we do. Looking for a career with meaning? You're in the right place.

Always Learning

As an organization, we collaboratively invest in your success by offering resources and opportunities to help you achieve your goals and seek new learning opportunities.

Recognizing Hard Work

We know employees are more engaged when they feel recognized and appreciated for their work. At CHÉOS, we celebrate and support a job well done.

Always Improving

Our Centre creates high-quality evidence that sparks real change in the world, and working with CHÉOS is no different. We're always learning and growing as an organization, adapting and changing according to challenges and opportunities to make CHÉOS an even better place to grow your career.

Opportunities at CHÉOS

Through our collaborative and dynamic work environment, our Centre is the place where careers in health care flourish.

Research Assistant (Health Economics)


The Research Assistant is responsible for providing assistance with on-going research studies in the Health Economics department at the Centre for Health Evaluation and Outcome Sciences (CHÉOS) and the CIHR Canadian HIV Trials Network (CTN). Responsibilities focus on conducting systematic reviews, and assisting in grant applications, manuscript preparation, and submissions. The Research Assistant works closely with CHÉOS/CTN staff including physicians, epidemiologists, research nurses, research coordinators and assistants, data managers, biostatisticians, graduate students and fellows.

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Grants Coordinator


We’re looking for a Grants Coordinator who will guide all aspects of the grant submission process, from researching, writing, and coordinating the preparation and submission of proposals, to related administrative support. The ideal candidate is a skilled written and verbal communicator, a highly organized self-starter, and is team-focused. Experience in the grant submission process and project management are valuable assets. This position offers a competitive benefits package, work-life balance, and other desired perks.

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Qualitative Research Methodologist


Under the supervision of Dr. Eugenia Oviedo-Joekes, the Qualitative Research Methodologist will collaborate with a multidisciplinary team of researchers and health care providers conducting mixed methods studies on person-centered care in addictions and public health; specifically, injectable opioid agonist.

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Research Assistant (Qualitative Methods and Evaluation)


This position is responsible for providing research assistance to the Qualitative Methods and Evaluation programs at CHÉOS to support a range of activities related to grant-funded projects focussed on youth mental health, dementia, and/or long-term care. Responsibilities include assisting with qualitative and quantitative data analysis and preparation of a variety of reports and presentations for diverse stakeholders. The Research Assistant (RA) will also assist in the development of funding proposals for new research, evaluation, and knowledge translation projects, as well as organization/logistics support for meetings and events, and occasional project management activities.

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