Do you want to work on research and development projects that will improve people’s quality of life?

Working at GRIIS

Do you have a curious, versatile and diligent personality, and a team spirit?

At the GRIIS, you will work in a research and development environment focusing on the most critical issues of health data access.

The GRIIS projects are part of the fields of computer science and information technology, and use interdisciplinary approaches, in law and ethics, for example.

You will help transform the ways in which health care and health research are practiced today in our society.

What we offer

At the GRIIS, you will join a convivial team of researchers, students of all levels, analysts, developers and research professionals.

You will put your skills into practice to help solve complex problems that continue to evolve.

You will gain real-world experience in research and development, and implement concrete solutions for real situations.

You will benefit from state-of-the-art equipment, tools and computer resources.

You will have the opportunity to participate in training, outings and enriching and entertaining events!

Working at the Université de Sherbrooke and living in the Estrie region, you will settle into a dynamic university environment surrounded by invigorating natural spaces.

Your training matters

As a member of our professional team, you will have access to training resources and conference opportunities provided by the Faculty of Science and the Université de Sherbrooke.

You will be able to discuss with your colleagues and managers which assignments will allow you to use and develop your skills. Also, you will be able to plan your career path and your professional goals.

What challenges will you meet?

You will progress in a growing research and development setting.

You will apply concepts and theories in a real-world environment, at the interface between computing, informatics, health, law, ethics and philosophy.

You will adopt a variety of strategies and methods, based on assignments, projects and applicable technology.

Help improve health care for patients by working on informatics and IT projects that are constantly evolving.