Select appropriate test formulas and perform standard computations such as multiple and partial correlation coefficients, t-tests, Chi-square, nonparametic tests, and analysis of variance working from written or verbal instructions; prepare control cards to adopt particular computer programs for selected research problems, which may include such factors as n-way analysis of variance, analysis for unbalanced design, discriminant analysis and step-wise regression; perform complicated computations independently on research problems such as regression analysis, analysis of covariance where the design is not complex and the mathematical model is relatively simple; participate in meetings with departmental representatives for the purpose of modifying codes, designing and changing forms, and making reports during selected long-term projects; process precoded data and the preparation of related reports; facilitate in report preparation and statistical review of existing reports; and communicate with outside database sources for secure transmission of properly formatted data. Position is for approximately 10 hours/week. This is a 25% part-time position that will last until 7-30-14.
Job Qualifications Prior experience working with statistics and statistical models, or related professional activities. Excellent organizational skills. Ability to summarize and clearly present statistical, financial and programmatic information. Ability to effectively identify trends and potential problems, recommend solutions, and execute appropriate actions. Excellent computer skills and working knowledge of Microsoft Office Programs required. Experience writing and preparing reports and grant proposal. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Working knowledge of both medical and gambling terminology required. Knowledge of UCLA policies and procedures preferred. Bachelor's degree or equivalent work experience required. Master's degree preferred.
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