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Chers visiteurs,

Archipel est actuellement en cours de maintenance planifiée pour améliorer nos services et améliorer votre expérience. Nous nous excusons pour tout inconvénient que cela pourrait causer et apprécions votre compréhension. Notre site sera de nouveau opérationnel le 7 juillet, 2024.

À propos d’Archipel

Archipel est une entreprise détenue par des Autochtones et dirigée par des femmes, dédiée à la création de passerelles entre les mondes du savoir. Nous rassemblons une équipe diversifiée d’associés autochtones, non autochtones et racialisés pour favoriser la compréhension et la coexistence entre les communautés. Guidés par des méthodologies autochtones, des approches féministes intersectionnelles noires et des principes de diversité, d’inclusion et d’équité, nous offrons des stratégies pratiques, durables et efficaces adaptées aux besoins de nos clients.

Pendant cette période de maintenance, n’hésitez pas à nous contacter à tout moment au 613-406-4103 ou par courriel à info@archipelresearch.com. Nous apprécions votre patience et avons hâte de vous servir mieux avec notre site web mis à jour.

Merci pour votre patience et votre soutien. Nous avons hâte de mieux vous servir à notre retour.

L’équipe d’Archipel


Maintenance Notice

Dear Visitors,

Archipel is currently undergoing scheduled maintenance to enhance our services and improve your experience. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and appreciate your understanding. Our site will be back up and running by July 7th, 2024.

About Archipel

Archipel is an Indigenous-owned and women-led company dedicated to bridging worlds of knowledge. We bring together a diverse team of Indigenous, non-Indigenous, and racialized associates to foster understanding and coexistence between communities. Guided by Indigenous methodologies, intersectional Black feminist approaches, and principles of diversity, inclusion, and equity, we offer practical, sustainable, and effective strategies tailored to meet our clients’ needs.

During this maintenance period, please feel free to reach out to us anytime at 613-406-4103 or via email at info@archipelresearch.com. We appreciate your patience and look forward to serving you better with our updated website.

Thank you for your patience and support. We look forward to serving you better when we return.

The Archipel Team

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Archipel – Avis de Maintenance

Assistant Researcher & Outreach Coordinator (Entry Level)

Position: full-time, permanent (32.5 hours per week) 

Location: Remote  

Salary: $42,250 – $52,390 per year based on experience 

Start date: flexible  

Closing date: on-going till position is filled  

Archipel is an Indigenous-owned and women led firm bringing together a diverse nation-wide  team of social scientists, historians, facilitators, researchers, data analysts, linguistic specialists,  educators, and community development experts. Website: www.archipelresearch.com 

What We Offer 

• Archipel operational hours are:  

o Monday to Thursday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm EST 

o Friday 8:30 to 2:00 pm EST  

• Work from home 

• Paid vacation 

• Annual paid holiday closure: December 23 to January 1. 

• 17 paid public and employer designated holidays  

• Employee Insurance Health Benefits 

• 7 Paid Health and Wellness days (sick days)  

• Paid Maternity / Paternity Leave  

• Cultural leave 

Full Job Description 

• Recruit participants and compile lists of potential participants in accordance with project objectives through creative outreach such as, emailing, calling, social media, etc. • Contact potential participants to build relations and if relevant explain any project objectives and protocol and coordinate interviews, either in person or by telephone. • Develop and / or assist in scheduling and conducting focus groups and interviews. • Assist in facilitating focus groups or conducting interviews. 

• Schedule client meetings and assist Indigenous research manager. 

• Organize any necessary transportation or accommodation for participants. 

 • Correspond with participants regarding logistics and deliver necessary materials.

• Conduct and record in-person, virtual, or  telephone interviews and follow Indigenous protocols. 

• Assist in preparing interview questions. 

• Provide technical support for recording Zoom and in person interviews. • Take comprehensive notes and records at the meeting. 

• Transcribe and archive interviews. 

• Review and edit notes to ensure completeness and accuracy of information; follow up  with participants post meeting, resolve issues, clarify data collected, and seek approvals. • Maintain accurate records of interviews, safeguarding the confidentiality and identity of  subjects, as necessary. 

• Data entry utilizing Excel and other Microsoft tools. 

• Organize all information, data, on SharePoint to ensure easy access for all team members  

• Manage and respond to project related emails. 

• Prepare, maintain, and update website materials. 

• Attend team meetings virtually. 

• Summarize project result and report writing tasks. 

• Edit related materials and reports. 

• Keep account of project expenses. 



• High degree of organization and attention to detail. 

• Highly developed understanding of Indigenous communities, heritage, and worldviews. • Exceptional interpersonal, verbal and written communications skills in English. • Ability to set priorities and targets and to meet deadlines in relation to frequently  changing demands. 

• This position is designated for an Indigenous applicant. 


• Knowledge of an Indigenous language or French is considered an asset. • Experience with quantitative and qualitative research approaches is an asset. • Proficiency in using Microsoft SharePoint, Excel, and Word is an asset. • Job experience demonstrating relatable skillsets is an asset. 

How to apply: Please submit cover letter and resume to: sabre@archipelresearch.com

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