Analyzing complex healthcare claims data, to build analytic datasets and perform statistical analyses in support of a variety of public health and healthcare financing projects
Constructing analytic datasets using claims data stored in relational databases, and producing output – reports, tables, and figures – driven by project-specific needs
Assisting in the preparation of analytic results in the form of client reports, journal manuscripts, and abstracts/posters for professional meetings
BS/BA or advanced degree in computer science, statistics, social sciences, health policy, or related field with at least 10 years of programming experience OR the equivalent combination of education and experience. An equivalent combination of education and experience is defined as a Master’s degree in the same areas mentioned above and 6 years of relevant experience.
Minimum of 3 years of experience with cloud technologies such as Snowflake or AWS
Experience designing and implementing flexible, reusable, scalable, computationally efficient and easily maintainable programming code for use across multiple projects
Commitment to analytic programming quality and best-practices, including experience with QA/QC procedures (e.g., peer review of code, parallel programming)
Familiarity with all phases of the Software Development Life Cycle
Strong written and oral English-language skills, the ability to meet deadlines in a fast-paced multitasking environment, the ability to work independently and as part of a team
RTI International is a nonprofit organization headquartered in the Research Triangle Park in North Carolina. RTI provides research and technical services. It was founded in 1958 with $500,000 in funding from local businesses and the three North Carolina universities that form the Research Triangle. RTI research has covered topics like HIV/AIDS, healthcare, education curriculum and the environment, among others. The US Agency for International Development accounts for about 35 percent of RTI's research revenue.