Support Agent – Research and Evaluation
The Support Agent – Research and Evaluation must:
• Act as a point of contact for the analysis, interpretation and use of data and results stemming
from various sources for First Nations communities and organizations.
• Assist First Nations communities and organizations in extracting and using data stemming from
various information management systems (e.g., I-CLSC, Integrated Services Network for Adult
• Assist First Nations communities and organizations in planning, evaluating and analyzing needs
(e.g., health plan, etc.).
• Respond to ad hoc assistance requests by providing professional advice to support interveners
and managers in the use of evidence-based data as well as products and tools developed by the
• Collaborate to the development and adaptation of training material based on the project specific
needs and regional specific needs.
• Plan, organize and provide training sessions.
• Promote the FNQLHSSC’s information products and training programs in order to mobilize the
communities and organizations.
• Develop and maintain a contact network with First Nations organizations and partners.
• Master the FNQLHSSC’s information management systems as well as the products and tools of the
research sector that are intended for the communities and organizations.
• Represent the FNQLHSSC at regional and national meetings pertaining to his/her sphere of activity
in order to raise awareness about and support Quebec and Labrador First Nations’ interests.
• Contribute to the smooth operation of the FNQLHSSC’s activities while maintaining a climate
focused on mutual aid, a concerted approach and collaboration.
Required experience and qualifications
Prerequisites and hiring conditions
• Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field.
• Two years of research experience or experience in knowledge transfer and training.
• Knowledge of the determinants of health and the social determinants of health.
• Knowledge of research ethics involving Indigenous peoples.
• Knowledge of Microsoft 365 and I-CLSC (report section).
• Advanced French and English (spoken and written).
• Availability to travel and work flexible hours when required.
• A valid driver’s license.
• Good communication skills, both
oral and written.
• Good mind for analysis, synthesis,
popularization, and writing.
• Strong sense of ethics and respect
• Good ability to identify and
• Good planning and project
• Organized and ability to manage
several files simultaneously.
• Scientific rigour and
thoroughness in terms of working
• Strong interpersonal skills.
• Ability to have a positive
influence on the team and
demonstrate a good ability to
rally around ideas and projects.
• Ability to work effectively as part
of a team.
The gross annual salary is between $50,268.40 and $61,971.00 and varies according to the candidate’s
As soon as possible.
SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION!
Send your curriculum vitae along with a cover letter no later than 4:00 pm on June 12, 2023, to
the human resources department by mail or email using the following contact details:
First Nations of Quebec and Labrador Health and Social Services Commission
250 Place Chef-Michel-Laveau, Suite 102
Wendake, Quebec G0A 4V0
* Only selected candidates will be contacted.
The FNQLHSSC prioritizes applications from the First Nations and Inuit
Job posting period
Until 2023-06-12 at 00:30
To submit a job offer, internship or training, fill out the form.
Commission de la santé et des services sociaux des Premières Nations du Québec et du Labrador