Senior Data Analyst - HPM -
University of Pittsburgh
Job posting number: #7135976
Posted: March 24, 2023
Application Deadline: Open Until Filled
Job DescriptionThe University of Pittsburgh’s School of Public Health is seeking to fill a position opening for a Senior Data Analyst in their Health Policy & Management Department. The Senior Data Analyst will conduct data management and analysis for a research project using administrative health data to investigate how access to and quality of treatment for opioid use disorder affects maternal and child health. Other research will involve Medicaid Policy Interventions. The position will work with a multi-disciplinary team of investigators and with other programmers on specific projects.
The Senior Data Analyst will be responsible for creating specific analytic files and variables by using complex data analytic techniques. The incumbent will also be responsible for:- Performing standard statistical analyses and presenting results- Developing thorough and replicable documentation of the programming and results- Working closely with a senior statistician to implement advanced statistical techniques- Providing technical consultation to other staff- Creating data reports and outputs for publications and presentations. The candidate must possess experience with SAS, STATA or R programming and have a working knowledge of simple, descriptive statistical procedures. Experience working with geocoded data is strongly preferred. Experience with very large healthcare data sets is preferred.
Candidate's with a Master's Degree in statistics/biostatistics, epidemiology, computer science, or related quantitative field can have a minimum of 3 years' experience. Equivalent education/experience may be substituted for degree requirement. Candidate's with a Bachelor's Degree in statistics/biostatistics, epidemiology, computer science, or related quantitative field must also have at least 7 years of related work experience.
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