Research Data Analyst 3
Family Health Outcomes Project, University of California San Francisco
Linda Remy, PhD, Research Director
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# of Openings: 1
How to Apply:
Applications must be made through the UCSF BrassRing site:
Studies focus primarily on health and well being of infants, children, adolescents, and reproductive age adults. Primary duties involve obtaining longitudinal population data of various types, sizes, and complexity, reading files into SAS using methods developed by our group to maintain longitudinal consistency, constructing variables, maintaining several large format libraries and creating new format libraries, and maintaining documentation standards. Most work is in the data step. Clean, well-documented SAS code is critical. Data summarization and data linkage are key parts of the process. Work with others to identify longitudinal analysis and reporting strategies (statistical and visual) and take the lead in developing macros to facilitate those strategies. Prepare tables, charts, reports, and other visual and written materials to interpret and communicate data and results.
We have California population data from 1983 forward from various state agencies. Most work is in the data step, importing, classifying, and restructuring complex longitudinal data of different types. Linkage is both within datasets, over time and across to other datasets. Good background with complex data structure and linkage required. The position reports to the Research Director.
Pay Rate / Salary:
Within the UCSF range for the Research Data Analyst 3 position.
Skills / Education Requirements:
Skills and education requirements are available at the UCSF Brass Ring link.
Strong experience with the data step and complex data linkage using SAS is the primary skill we are seeking. Writing clean code with good internal documentation that others can follow is extremely important. Experienced developer of SAS macros very helpful, as we try to automate as much as we can.
Qualifications are described at the UCSF Brass Ring link:
Date Posted: 1-26-2021