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Project Coordinator Position


U-Links Centre for Community Based Research

Do you have research and project management skills and a passion for Haliburton County?


This could be the opportunity for you!

U-Links is looking for an independent contractor to coordinate Community-Based Research Projects and support our Community-Based Education Program. The ideal candidate will have a post-secondary education and experience in both qualitative and quantitative research, and project management. A good knowledge of Haliburton County is also an asset. This is a 1-year, part-time, contract with flexible hours.

For terms of reference or to apply please contact:

Human Resources Committee

U-Links Centre for Community-Based Research

Box 655, Minden, ON, K0M 2K0

Email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

www.ulinks.ca 705-286-2411

Letter of interest and resumé must be received by 4:00 pm, Monday July 13, 2015.

U-Links is a project of the Haliburton County Community Co-operative




U-Links Centre for Community Based Research


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The U-Links Centre for Community-Based Research delivers high quality, relevant research services to Haliburton County. The results of our research are used to foster community development across a number of sectors, including: social services, health, agriculture, and the environment. Our projects are driven by community questions and need, and offer an innovative and collaborative approach to conducting research.


U-Links community-focussed research service include:

  • Community Based Education Program (CBE):  The CBE program is an academic program offered to students of Trent University in Peterborough, Ontario.  The program builds capacity in local communities by matching research needs with students who undertake the research & service learning projects for course credit.
  • Project Managment & Research Support: U-Links supports local community not-for-profit groups with project management, grant writing, meeting facilitation, report writing and research services.  We help community groups to define the scope of their research projects, provide expertise in research and survey methodology, carry out research and report back to the group with relevent, reliable findings.
  • The Haliburton County Collection: The results of all Trent student research and research projects conducted by U-Links researchers are available on-line or in the collection housed in our office in Minden.  Members of the public are welcome to search the Haliburton County collection for information.  Contributions of books or other materials are also welcome.  Click to access the The Haliburton County Collection.

U-Links is a project of the Haliburton County Community Co-operative, and is supported by Trent University and the Township of Minden Hills. U-Links works in co-operation with our program delivery partner in Peterborough County, the Trent Centre for Community-Based Education (TCCBE).


U-Links Centre for Community Based Research is partialy funded by the Ontarion Trilluim Foundation.