Defence Research and Development Canada, is seeking a researcher to perform a validation and comparative analysis of a methodology used by the Canadian Forces Aircrew Selection Centre (CFASC) to screen potential pilots, and determine its relative effectiveness to alternate assessment methods. The objective of this work isto serve the CFASC’s needs for instruments to better inform personnel discussions regarding pilot selection.
The Canadian Institute for Military and Veteran Health Research (CIMVHR) has entered into partnership with the Government of Canada to procure Research and Development Services related to the mental, social and physical wellbeing of active military members, Veterans and their families. CIMVHR is seeking Notices of Interest from qualified researchers or teams to enter into a contract with CIMVHR to produce this Work.
The successful candidate will have the following minimum qualifications:
Please see the accompanying Statement of Work for more details.
Qualified researchers may submit a notice of interest that includes:
Please submit applications by 6 October 2017 to [email protected]
For further information, please contact:
Contracts and Publications Coordinator
Canadian Institute for Military and Veteran Health Research
Phone: 613-533-6000 Xt 74756
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The CIMVHR Advanced Analytics Initiative is a program that encourages applications from multi-disciplines to submit project proposals to compete for access to funding, computer resources and expertise available through CIMVHR and IBM Canada¾ researchers interested in applying will include medical resources to accelerate research and improve health of Military, Veterans and/or their families supported by data scientist/computer science experts and architects with skills to combine the medical research with the data analytics and computer science aspects of the proposed project. CIMVHR and IBM are available to discuss the viability of your proposed project prior to completing and submitting the application.
The Initiative funds support priority areas such as, but not limited to,