ASSISTANT RESEARCH SCIENTIST OR RESEARCH SCIENTIST I
If hired at the Assistant Research Scientist (ARS) level, responsibilities include: Assist in analysis of data and interpretation of results. Under the direction of senior staff, using an analytic database of pooled data, perform analyses and interpret results. This will include writing basic SAS programs and creating tables of results. Use of data files both PC and mainframe will be involved including data cleaning and data analysis. Under supervision and in cooperation with senior researchers, participate in the preparation of tables for manuscripts to be submitted to peer-reviewed journals. Assist in preparing tables for posters/presentations at scientific meetings. Assist in the collection, organization, management and evaluation of project related data. Assist with literature searches related to birth defects and various exposures. Other related duties as assigned.
If hired at the Research Scientist (RS) level, responsibilities include: Participate in problem definition, planning and execution of birth defects research. Using an analytic database of pooled data, perform analyses, and interpret results, including written recommendations. This will include writing SAS programs and creating tables of results. Along with other research professionals, prepare reports, presentations, posters, tables, charts, graphs, and articles for publication in scientific journals. Develop independent research and work with senior staff to write up manuscripts for publication in scientific journals based on analyses. Perform literature searches related to birth defects and various exposures. Assist in the collection, organization, management and evaluation of project related data by attending committee meetings and conference calls to discuss data collection and analysis. Other related duties as assigned.
Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in Epidemiology, Biostatistics, Computer Science, Public Health or a related field and one year (ARS) or two years (RS I) of data management and analysis experience, or other closely related experience.
Preferred Qualifications: Master's degree and one to two years experience with research and data management/data analysis. Knowledge of mainframe is desirable. Experience in analysis of adverse pregnancy outcomes, interacting with research staff from different fields, conducting data management/data analysis, and the ability to write manuscripts based on analyses is preferred.
How to Apply: Application and resume due by: 2/25/13. Please visit HRI’s web site at: www.healthresearch.org/jobs or mail resume to: Health Research, Inc., 150 Broadway - Suite 560, Menands, NY 12204-2719. Please include reference code 2013-2685 (ARS) or 2013-2675 (RS) on the envelope.
No electronic inquiries accepted.
Monster - 23 months ago
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