The department of Emergency Medicine is currently searching for a full time Sr. Research Data Analyst. The Analyst will contribute to the research activities conducted, as part of various projects, by providing substantial and important recommendations to the design and methodologies used. Will be taking primary responsibility for the data collection, analysis, and interpretation and reporting on the findings from these studies, and writing manuscripts and publications.
Duties and Responsibilities:
The Sr. Research Data Analyst will require specialized advanced knowledge, education and/or training in statistical analyses and/or qualitative research methods. Develop detailed data collection and analysis methodologies, including defining in detail data requirements, data sources and proper data collection procedures, e.g., computer programs, appropriate data fields, databases, sample size calculations.
Develop and implement data collection. Quality assurance procedures to ensure the validity and reliability of the study results. Be responsible for data collection and data cleaning activities including data entry from electronic medical records, quality assurance /quality control and supervising locally hired staff to perform data collection and using appropriate methods (e.g., clinical data report forms, surveys, laboratory data, , questionnaires, experiments, gathering data from available sources). Some skills in handling and interpreting laboratory based data is considered advantageous, as is skill in inter-facing with laboratory personnel, for purposes of data analysis related to laboratory specimen repository evaluations.
Using their knowledge of statistical and textual data analysis, perform quantitative and qualitative data analysis and interpretation of study data. Write reports, and generate charts, tables, figures, and presentations of the research findings for dissemination (posters, presentations, manuscripts). Conduct literature reviews and summarize findings. Will serve as a resource for research staff and field-data research coordinators, regarding data issues, collection, entry, quality and transfer. Will primarily be the lead in writing of manuscripts and publications. Strong writing skills highly important. Present research findings at meetings and conferences. Essential Job Functions include: Database programming, management and analysis.
Master's degree in Public Health, Epidemiology, Biostatistics, Bioinformatics, Statistics, Psychology, or related field and One year of related experience. Demonstrated ability on significant graduate project or additional doctoral education may substitute for experience.
Experience in managing large datasets and using at least one or several analytic software such as SAS, SPSS or Stata required. Knowledge of web programming a plus. Applicant must have strong interpersonal skills and ability to work as part of a multi-disciplinary team, while contributing to a high quality and respectful work environment. Strong oral and written communication skills, with the ability to communicate effectively to colleagues and staff across multi-disciplinary areas. Ability to manage multiple projects in a dynamic environment with changing priorities. Proven ability to establish realistic goals and deliver work on schedule. Ability to work independently and solve problems as they arise and communicate effectively with staff, colleagues, Co PIs, and PI.
PhD in related field. Strong writing and editing skills of manuscripts (and/or grant applications) is a plus.
Salary: $50,956 - $70,095
Status: Full Time
Department: Emergency Medicine Work Schedule/Hours: Monday-Friday/8:30-5:00p/37.5hrs
Location: Mount Washington Campus
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