Act as a consultant to researchers in the Schools of Medicine, Nursing, Dentistry, and others upon request, independently and/or in collaboration with Faculty or Biostatistician III within the Department of Biostatistics. Provide advice on research design and analysis. Manipulate data and perform statistical analysis in collaboration with investigators for clinical, epidemiological, behavioral, health services, animal, and laboratory research studies. Participate in report and manuscript writing. Collaborate with investigators in the development and preparation of grant applications. Act as mentor to Biostatistician I personnel, providing training and statistical guidance when necessary.
REQUIRED: Master's Degree in statistics or biostatistics or a Master's Degree in epidemiology with a strong statistical background, plus 2 years of practical experience after receiving Master’s Degree.
Knowledge, skills, and abilities: SAS and/or R statistical analysis programming experience, ability to work independently, ability and organization skills to handle multiple simultaneous analysis requests, ability to collaborate effectively with biomedical researchers, strong communication skills for communication of statistical concepts to non-statisticians, desire/ability to assist with preparation of grant applications, desire/ability to mentor Biostatistician I personnel.
Working Conditions/Physical Demands:
Remaining in a stationary position (for extended periods of time), use of the computer, handling, viewing output on PC monitor (for extended periods of time), communication with investigators and co-workers in person and by phone.
Salary Plan: PAE
Salary Grade: 3RS
Campus: IUPUI - Indianapolis
Department: DEPT OF BIOSTATISTICS (IN-BSAT-IUINA)
Internal Number: 70055
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