$80K — $100K *
Under the supervision of a faculty, Ph.D level Biostatistician, and in collaboration with faculty investigators and CHLA research staff, performs statistical analysis and other tasks relevant to a biostatistician’s role in support of qualitative and quantitative scientific research and evaluation projects. The Senior Biostatistician has significant post-graduation work experience as a statistician in an academic research environment, and is able to work largely independently with senior-level investigators under minimal supervision.
Qualifications/ Work Experience:
4+ years’ experience as a statistician in an academic research environment, or equivalent experience.
Thorough understanding of the statistical concepts related to experimental and clinical study design, and significant experience in their application in a research environment.
Expert level familiarity with statistical analysis packages and ability to utilize lower level computational or programming languages such as R, S-Plus, VB, or C++ as necesssary.
Understanding of basic concepts of design and utilization of relational databases, and ability to utilize SQL-based databases such as MSSQL, MySQL, or Oracle as necessary.
Minimum Education/Training Required:
M.S. or Ph.D. in statistics or biostatistics, or equivalent degree or experience, with emphasis on statistical methods and the theory that underlies their development and use. Extensive experience in the application of sophisticated statistical analytic methods, such as survival analysis, multivariate linear model, or analysis of gene expression array data.
Valid through: 12/14/2021