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st: Job Posting: Data Manager/ Statistician in Boston


From   "Rich Jones" <jones@hsl.harvard.edu>
To   <statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu>
Subject   st: Job Posting: Data Manager/ Statistician in Boston
Date   Sun, 31 Oct 2010 07:36:26 -0400

October 31, 2010

Position Announcement: Data Manager/ Statistician

The Institute for Aging Research, at Hebrew SeniorLife, is a Harvard
Affiliated research and geriatric care provider and the largest
practice-based research institute in geriatrics and gerontology. We
currently have an immediate opening for a mid or early career Data
Manager who will be responsible for constructing and maintaining data
files for internal and external users. The position also involves
programming for data management, file merging, study protocol reports,
preparing derived variables, producing documentation, and some data
analysis.

Experience with data management using Stata is preferred. 
Other software skills are also highly regarded, including
SAS. The successful candidate will have experience working 
as a data manager or statistician in a health or social science 
research environment (especially geriatrics, gerontology, psychology,
psychiatry, neurology, epidemiology or public health), and excellent
programming skills. 

The successful candidate will join our data management and statistical
analysis core team that includes bachelors, masters, and doctoral
level data managers, programmers, statisticians and epidemiologists.
Our core adheres to a strong workflow ethic emphasizing automation of
repetitive tasks, reproducibility, documentation, and collaboration.
We support projects and other cores of the SAGES study, the first
NIH-funded program project concerning delirium, and includes
collaborators across different Harvard University schools, hospitals,
and Boston University. This study will evaluate the predictors and
consequences of delirium in an aged surgical population.

For more information about the study, please visit
http://www.hebrewseniorlife.org/sages. 

To request more information about the position, please send a 
resume or CV and statement of interest to:
sages.corec+dmjob@gmail.com


Rich Jones

31Oct2010


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