Research Data Analyst 4 - 119958
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#119958 Research Data Analyst 4Initial Review Date: Wed 11/23/2022
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In collaboration with Principal Investigators (PIs), the Research Data Analyst 4 will independently perform moderate and complex statistical computations; consult regarding the analytical approaches for studies of varying statistical complexity and scope; provide guidance to research faculty, staff, and students on moderate to complex statistical issues; consult on grant writing including statistical methods and power analyses; produce data visualizations, and plan and write manuscripts for studies requiring moderate and complex statistical methods. Statistical methods to be performed include generalized estimating equation models, random effects analysis of longitudinal trajectories, clinical trial data analysis, large-scale omics analysis, and large survey data analysis. In addition, Research Data Analyst 4 will leverage leadership experience and expertise in statistical science for all phases of research within the Division including model selection, model diagnostics, and significance testing. The Research Data Analyst 4 will also lead the implementation of data collection, management, and reporting systems for the Division, assuring data integrity and confirming compliance with all applicable data security requirements. The Research Data Analyst 4 will also train and lead other research staff in matters of data management and basic data analysis.
Applies extensive knowledge as a research professional with an in-depth understanding of statistical and / or other analysis techniques designed to support research projects of broad scope and complexity. May function as a team lead.
Bachelor's degree in related area and / or equivalent experience / training. Five (5) or more years of relevant experience.
In-depth knowledge of research function.
Advanced skills associated with statistical analysis, database management and systems programming. Demonstrated sophisticated knowledge of statistical computer packages, including R and SAS.
Advanced skills in analysis and consultation. Ability to lead and influence within and external to project team. Ability to recommend plans for research design and study development.
Advanced ability to communicate complex information in a clear and concise manner both verbally and in writing.
Advanced project management skills. Ability to lead and influence within and external to project team.
Advanced research skills at a level to evaluate alternate solutions and develop recommendations.
Advanced ability to think creatively to recommend action steps or strategize solutions relative to research.
Demonstrated ability and knowledge of design and analysis of multiple data types including longitudinal repeated measures, large-scale omics data, large survey samples, clinical trial data, etc.
Knowledge of UCSD policies and procedures.
Must have advanced degree in experimental statistics.
At least 9 years or more of related experience.
Experience working with multiple investigators and trainees.
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