Research - Laboratory/Non-Laboratory, Staff/Administrative
Duties/Responsibilities This position will assist in developing analytic datasets using large databases; cohort creation and statistical programming and will be responsible for data analysis under the mentorship of the senior researchers. Major responsibility is performing health outcomes research in coordination with clinical personnel and biostatisticians.
• 70% of the position will be in data analysis. • 20% of the time will be spent assisting with manuscript preparation. • 10% of the time will be spent in project management.
Specific duties include: • Conduct of health outcomes and disparities research • Data collection and validation • Writing scientific reports and publications
All required qualifications must be documented on application materials.
Required Qualifications • Bachelors in Public Health or related field and 2 years of related experience or a combination of education and experience to equal 6 years • Experience must include 1 year in performing data analysis, can include academic work • Experience must include 1 year with data collection, entry and review for errors. • Proficiency with SAS programming and basic biostatistical methods including univariate and multivariate techniques • Demonstrated excellent critical thinking, decision-making and communication skills • Demonstrated excellent scientific writing skills [research or analytical writing sample must be submitted] • Demonstrated ability to work independently.
Preferred Qualifications • Master's Degree in Public Health or related field • Experience with large health claim databases, such as NTDB, SEER-Medicare, AHA or HCUP. • Experience in health services or health disparities research • Experience in qualitative research methods
Internal Number: 329427
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