Job Title: Biostatistician
Location: Case Main Campus
Full/Part Time: Full-Time
Job ID: 8637
Job Description POSITION OBJECTIVE
- In collaboration with investigators, under the guidance of the supervisor, conduct data analyses. Identify the optimal statistical analytical method(s), derive the variables of interest, and construct the analytic data set. (35%)Under the guidance of the supervisor, develop novel statistical methods for analyzing high-throughput data. (30%)Independently, design, write, debug, test, and document statistical programs using standard statistical software such as R or SAS. (15%)With minimal guidance, carry out writing, output interpretation, and other tasks associated with manuscript and proposal preparation. (10%)Prepare documentation for all the steps involved in preparing the analytic file, including version control, and create archival datasets for later use by the investigators. (5%)Provide consultation for investigators working on large dataset in the areas of study design and data analysis. (5%)
- Define work flows and data flows associated with research projects and other projects as assigned. Perform other duties as assigned.
- Prior familiarity with high-throughput data is vital to this position. Prior solid training in statistical theories and applications.Proficiency in statistical programming in R. Demonstrated knowledge in Unix- or Linux-based environment.Ability in using High-Performance Computing (HPC).Statistical skills for data analysis. Statistical skills for analysis of multivariate data and production of graphical output preferred.Ability to learn new technologies quickly.Excellent written and verbal English communication skills required.Strong background/understanding of medical terminology, and clinical/translational/basic are preferred.Accountability/integrity, customer/quality focus, diversity/maturity, flexibility/receptivity, interpersonal relations, initiative, planning/organizing, problem solving, decision making, project management, self-development, teamwork.Ability to meet consistent attendance. Ability to interact with colleagues, supervisors, and customers face to face.
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