STATISTICAL ANALYST A/B
STATISTICAL ANALYST A/B
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The Statistical Analyst position will support health policy-related research projects conducted by investigators at the Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics. The Statistical Analyst A will use standard SAS, STATA, or R programming skills to create analytical datasets from clinical trials, surveys and health care claims, to construct and standardize outcome measures and other analytical variables through data cleaning and data manipulation, to provide descriptive and analytical reports, and to perform specialized statistical analyses.
Statistical Analyst B will implement non-routine macros and advanced techniques to merge different datasets and create analysis files from complex databases. Statistical Analyst B will used advanced statistical methods to analyze the data. Strong teamwork and collaboration skills are needed to support multiple projects led by individual investigators.
Analysts are able to work with different principal investigators across multiple disciplines within the University of Pennsylvania and also have the possibility to collaborate with colleagues from other institutions. There may also be opportunities for publications (authorship) and attending renowned academic and scientific annual meetings as a presenter. Career growth is expected and encouraged.
The position is contingent on continued funding.
Statistical Analyst A: The minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in Math/Statistics, Healthcare Management, Economics, or Public Health and 3 years of related experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience required.
Statistical Analyst B: The minimum of a Master’s degree in Math/Statistics, Healthcare Management, Economics, or Public Health and at least 3 years of related experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience required.
Both levels: Experience in applying health services research methods through SAS, STATA, or R programming is required. Statistical programming skills are required (strong expert level for B). Prior work experience in an academic or research setting in health care is preferred. Prior experience with analyzing clinical trials is preferred.
Interested applicants please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your resume.
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