Position Description: Under the general direction of the HEER director. Lead analytic, programming, documentation, and statistical activities across research and evaluation projects for the HEER Program and for the UCLA/UC Berkeley California Simulation of Insurance Markets (CalSIM) micro-simulation model.
Select, train and supervise data and research analysts in their use of SAS, Stata, R, and Python to complete research and evaluation projects. Participate in planning and implementing the analytic objectives of the HEER program while protecting confidential data sources protected by HIPAA and IRB protocols. Assist HEER director in promoting coordination and efficiency between multiple large research and evaluation projects.
Oversee CalSIM programmer team in maintaining and updating the CalSIM model Python code and in model related tasks including, calibration, discrete choice modelling, propensity score matching, and simulated annealing. Provide all levels of statistical analyses.
Assist HEER director to develop an overall strategy for completion of all research and evaluation analyses and associated documentation.
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