Full-timeEstimated: $62,000 - $90,000 a year
- Microsoft Excel
- Microsoft Office
- Master's Degree
Full Job Description
Experience and Education
Master's degree in biostatistics or related discipline, or MPH with a concentration in biostatistics. Minimum three (3) years experience in statistical consulting with preference given to experience working in biomedical or health care environment. Requires working knowledge of SAS, SPSS or other major statistical package (S+, R, etc.) and Microsoft Office (ACCESS and EXCEL)
This position will serve biostatistical resources for all faculty within the Department of Internal Medicine after securing research needs. The biostatistical consultant II will help develop innovative methods for integrating and analyzing complex data sets and assist faculty with developing and testing hyopotheses. This will help increase the quality of grant and research proposals from the Department, decrease contracts that pertain to outsourcing this service and support from this individual may be charged back on awarded mechanisms to match allocated effort.
Collaborates with investigators to identify problems and provide statistical consultation including design of experiments of survey, analysis of data, interpretation of results and preparation of reports.
Writes statistical portions of manuscript based on results of analysis and address manuscript revisions based on reviewer's comments.
Assists client data organizations.
Performs statistical computations.
Provides graphical and tabular representations.
Develops, maintains and modifies programs for in-house use.
Collaborates with investigators in grant development including statistical design of studies and preparation of statistical portion of grant proposal.
Performs non-statistical components of consulting such as providing analogous examples and explanations using non-technical terminology and helping researchers formulate and clarify research issues.
Visits client's work field whenever possible to establish rapport and to become familiar with and interested in client's research and data.
May supervise biostatistical consultants and/or data entry operators.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Security This position is security-sensitive and subject to Texas Education Code 51.215, which authorizes UT Southwestern to obtain criminal history record information
Salary Salary Negotiable
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