BI Quantitative Analyst
Childrens Healthcare of Atlanta - Atlanta, GA

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The BI Quantitative Analyst works with statistical and/or data management software package(s) for data mining and complicated data analytical projects. Support researchers, physicians, and business teams in statistical analysis and consulting with innovative and creative statistical solutions. Create analytic data sets. Coordinate and participate in ad hoc analyses to address client inquiries and resolve anomalies.

ESSENTIAL JOB DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Statistical Analysis & Data Mining

Creates analytic date sets and coordinates ad hoc analyses to address client inquires and resolve anomalies.

Demonstrate proficiency in quantitative problem-solving and data analysis

Extracts, transforms and processes complex data sets using data mining tools such as SPSS, SAS, R, etc.

2. Technical Best Practice Standards

Understands and effectively follows technical guidelines and best practices for area of specialization (e.g. application development, semantic layer & metadata, etc.)
For more senior levels, develops technical guidelines and best practices for area of specialization (e.g. application development, semantic layer & metadata, etc.)
Analyzes and provides recommnedations for improving data flows and/or operational work flows.
Maintains current knowledge of industry accepted best practice pratices and trends.
Maintains professional development through training and seminars.

Required Skills:MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
MS degree in Biostatistics, Health Informatics, public/behavioral health, epidemiology, or statistics.

At least three to five years of experience in Healthcare data modeling, analytics, or report development role.

Three to five years of experience in statistical software such as SAS and SPSS.

Experience in quantitative analysis, including expression analysis, linkage, discrete choice models, conjoint analysis, forecasting, segmentation models and other types of analysis or association studies.

Excellent oral and written communication skills, as well as strong ability to develop statistical (SAS) programs to manage and analyze data required.

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