Research and Reporting Coordinator – 0.6 FTE

CUPS (Calgary Urban Project Society) is a non-profit organization that was established in 1989 with the aim of helping people overcome the challenges of poverty and attain brighter futures.   Since then, our work has evolved and expanded to include services in Health, Education and Housing that are delivered to thousands of adults and families each year. CUPS believes that the science of building brains and resiliency is essential to the work of helping adults and families achieve self-sufficiency and needs to be applied in all of their practice. Advocating at a systems level to reduce barriers to services among CUPS target population is also critical to how CUPS works that assists adults and families in Calgary living with the adversity of poverty and traumatic events to become self-sufficient.

CUPS is seeking an experienced Research and Reporting Coordinator at a 0.6 FTE (3 days/week) to join our Reporting and Systems Department. You will play a role in supporting one of the priorities of our 2016-2021 Strategic Plan, specifically around applying and contributing to the research on the science of building brains and resiliency.

Responsibilities include:

  • Write reports to stakeholders, demonstrating CUPS’ outputs, outcomes, and impact
  • Conduct literature reviews and environmental scans
  • Support the application of the science of building brains and resiliency into practice
  • Assist with building an infrastructure for CUPS to become contributors to the research on building brains and resiliency
  • Participate in ongoing, research-based decisions around program design and evaluation.
  • This individual will have a strong commitment to thoroughly learn and apply the science building brains and resiliency, adhere to a trauma-informed care approach, and align to CUPS’ 2016-2021 Strategic Plan.

This individual must have the following:

  • This individual must have a Bachelor’s Degree in a related field (BSc or BA) with relevant work/volunteer experience.
  • The individual will have strong research and writing skills, be able to work independently and in a team environment, and has intermediate knowledge of Microsoft Office programs.
  • Must be competent with all Microsoft Office.
  • Strong problem solving skills to anticipate and identify issues, seek root causes and develop practical and timely solutions

The ability to assume initiative along with the knowledge of social service organizations and ability to access delivery systems is necessary.  The position will operate as a 0.6 FTE in a trauma informed environment.

We offer a competitive salary range and benefits package.

Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and résumé by October 31st to:

Human Resources


1001 10 Ave SW

Calgary, AB   T2R 0B7



Only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.


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