Cornell University is seeking a full-time Data Analyst to assist the statistical consultants with the organization and analyses of data, preparation of reports for a variety of clientele and with various other duties such as the development and writing of instructional material and communications, and testing of software and statistical procedures. The Data Analyst also provides administrative and other operational support, including communications, event coordination, and record management and reporting.
The Cornell Statistical Consulting Unit (CSCU) provides services to clients from a broad array of fields of research including but not limited to epidemiology, economics, psychology, sociology, nutrition, microbiology and genetics, linguistics, agricultural and plant sciences, engineering and veterinary medicine. CSCU is a fast paced office as it has logged more than 3500 client contacts annually over the past few years and this number is continuously increasing. CSCU also offers a growing number of workshops, guest lectures and courses and provides statistical contract services i.e. full-service statistical analyses for clients.
Bachelor's Degree in statistics or related field, or equivalent combination of education and experience. Sound knowledge of theoretical statistics is important and interest in and ability to learn new statistical techniques a must. Demonstrated excellent organizational, interpersonal and communication (oral and written) skills, attention to detail, analytical and problem solving skills, and quality customer service is necessary. Experience using various statistical software packages and, other programming and large data management experiences are highly desired. Sets and maintains high professional standards and takes personal responsibility for making things happen.
Typically lifts less than 10 pounds.
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Data Reporting Coordinator
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