The American College of Radiology
Health Policy Research Department
The American College of Radiology, the premier association for radiologists, seeks a Statistician to work in its Health Policy Research department.
The Statistician will conduct study design and statistical analysis to support the research efforts of the Economics and Health Policy Research departments. Duties will include: analyzing data and preparing scientific studies; managing, reviewing, and verifying data for ACR studies; writing papers for peer-reviewed journals; preparing reports and statistical tables for members and executives; assisting radiologists in choice of appropriate study design, data sources, and analysis methods; performing literature reviews; and responding to member inquiries on research-related topics.
Qualified candidates will have a Master's degree in Statistics, Health Economics (with an emphasis on Econometrics), or Health Services Research (with an emphasis on Quantitative Methods); a minimum of three years of experience with statistical and study design; strong SAS programming skills; and excellent verbal and written communication skills. Experience with large-scale health datasets (i.e. Medicare claims data) desired.
If you would like to put your experience and creativity to great use in a professional and team-oriented environment, please apply online by clicking on the link below:
ACR offers competitive compensation and an exceptional benefits package including a defined contribution pension plan, 403B, paid vacation, paid personal days, paid holidays and sick days, all major insurances - life, health, dental, prescription, AD&D, short and long term disability, LTC, flexible spending, tuition reimbursement, physical fitness benefit, a business casual/people friendly work environment and more!
ACR is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, national origin, religion, color, gender, sexual orientation, age, and physical or mental disability.
(Posted January 11 - February 11, 2011)
AcademyHealth - 4 years ago
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