Five (yes, 5!) new knowledge mobilization jobs at Research Impact Canada

See below for links to each job:

These full-time roles are remotely based in Canada, but occasional travel to Toronto or within Canada for meetings, conferences, and events may be required.


Research Impact Canada (RIC) is a pan-Canadian, bilingual network of 20+ universities and 1 mental health research hospital. York University was one of the founding members of RIC in 2006 and remains the lead institution where the operational office is currently held. RIC is committed to maximizing the impact of academic research for the public good in local and global communities. RIC is committed to building institutional support to encourage collaboration between research, policies, and innovation. RIC helps researchers and partners to demonstrate the impact of their research excellence and facilitates a community of practice by developing and sharing best practices, services, and tools. One of RIC’s partnerships is with the Future Skills Centre to provide knowledge mobilization and stakeholder engagement for the skills and workforce development sector.

The Future Skills Centre is a $365M pan-Canadian initiative dedicated to helping Canadians gain the skills they need to thrive in a changing labour market. FSC connects ideas and innovations generated across Canada so that employees and employers can succeed in the labour market, and to ensure that local, regional, and national economies thrive. FSC aims to help all Canadians benefit from effective skills development and seek to ensure an inclusive approach to supporting underserved groups such as women, youth, Indigenous peoples, newcomers, racialized peoples, LGBTQ2S+ peoples, persons with disabilities, veterans, and Canadians living in rural, remote, and Northern communities.

The five new roles are:

Click the links for more information and directions on applying.

Stay tuned to this space for more knowledge mobilization roles forthcoming from Research Impact Canada.