Johns Hopkins University Biostatistician in Baltimore, Maryland

Classified title: Biostatistician

Role/Level/Range : ACRP/4/MD

Starting Salary Range: $43,871-$60,402

Employee group: Full Time

Employee subgroup (FLSA Status): Exempt

Schedule (hours/days): M-F 8:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

Location: East Baltimore

General summary/purpose:

The Biostatistician will perform statistical analyses for preliminary analysis, publications, presentations & grant submissions. Provide statistical consultation for PI, co-investigators & other staff. Oversee data management activities; including completion of data collection, entry, error reports, transferring, and editing.

Specific duties & responsibilities:

Design strategies, analyses, & data code books.

Attend weekly scientific meetings.

Present & disseminate information & data analyses.

Prepares analysis plans, & writes detailed specifications for analysis files.

Interprets analyses & writes statistical sections of study reports.

Performs analyses on large, complex datasets, & documents analyses using STATA, R, SAS, and SPSS.

Provides research design guidance to study investigators & consultants; as well as, assist in the development of questionnaires by making recommendations to data collection procedures & databases structures.

Provide preliminary & interim analyses of data; additional, preform statistical calculations & assists with preparation of reports, scientific abstracts & manuscripts related to projects.

Provides training, assistance, advices to students, post-docs, & research staff on data analysis, analysis technigues, the use of the analysis system & large, complex database.

Oversees & performs constructions of datasets, variables & data cleaning.

Make suggestions or provide solutions to problems related to data management & statistical analysis.

Produce tables & graphs in publication-quality form, & present results to senior investigators.

Prepate data & analyses reports regarding the status of the database & analytical activites as well as reviews reports to verify data.

Serves as a program reviewer & quality control checkpoint person for analyses (conducted by self or by others).

Coordinate data center activites involving the interaction with clinicians, statisticians, research assistants & support staff. Serves as a liaison between the Principal Investigators & data coordinating center.

Works with the Investigators in data analysis and manuscript preparation.

Provide computing & analysis support to faculty, & graduate students.

Write &execute computer programs for data management activities &data analyses.

Provide PC support or assist with software purchases. Served as the intermediate contact between faculty, staff, and IT personnel.

Participate in writing statictical plans for grants & of papers for publication.

Performs multiple tasks & other functions outside the scope of this position.

Minimum qualifications (mandatory):

Master's Degree in Biostatistics, Epidemiology or related quamtitative field. One year of experience.

Preferred qualifications:

n/a

Special knowledge, skills, and abilities:

Knowledge of R, STATA, Access, Excel, MSWord

Experience in statistical analysis, database management & data analysis including longitudinal analysis.

Technical qualifications or specialized certifications:

n/a

Any specific physical requirements for the job:

  • Finger dexterity required to manipulate objects with fingers rather than with whole hand(s) or arm(s), for example, using a keyboard

  • Handling by seizing, holding, grasping, turning or otherwise working with the hand or hands, but without finger dexterity

  • Ability to move about and sit and stand for extended periods of time

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