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The Project Scientist serves as a scientific collaborator for study activities and directs research project activities while collaborating with the Principal Investigator on priorities and study designs. This role is responsible for creating and presenting materials on study results and maintaining detailed records on the study for effective responses for funding and other inquiries.
Education: Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) relative to the technical function of the role required.
Experience: Two years research experience relative to the technical function of the role or two years research experience in a health related field that includes doctoral training required. Must have experience with programming and machine learning methods. Must have a knowledge of quantitative methods and study design. Experience with scientific writing and a familiarity with statistical techniques for data analysis preferred.
Apply online. Please reference job number MC161908 when applying; use the search box at the bottom of the linked page to search using job number.
The Associate Research Scientist position maintains and conducts a high quality, independent and original research to achieve the organizational goals and results within the Marshfield Clinic Research Institute (MCRI). The research activities are determined by the Center Director and reinforce MCRI's mission to discover and communicate scientific knowledge substantially improving human health and well being. Positions are classified as tenure or non-tenure track based on organizational need at time of hire.
Education: Doctorate degree in a relevant scientific field required.
Minimum Experience Required: Five years’ experience in research activities relevant to biomedical informatics (may include doctoral thesis or other research conducted during a postgraduate program). Demonstrated proficiency with scientific methods and technology relevant to the area of hire. Documented original research publications in peer-reviewed, National Library of Medicine (NLM) indexed journals, including publications where the applicant is listed as first author also.
Preferred/Optional Experience: Expertise in research areas currently generating external funding for center investigators preferred. Demonstrated proficiency in securing extramural funding for research projects as well as experience serving as a Principal Investigator and leading research teams preferred.
Apply online. Please reference job number MC170003 when applying; use the search box at the bottom of the linked page to search using job number.
The Applications Analyst is the customer contact for technical issues with application software including questions on best practices, integration with departmental workflows, technical capabilities, planned upgrades, development and problem identification. The individual maintains knowledge and responsibility of one or more applications within a line of business or across multiple lines of business and is the primary information systems interface with our customers and the liaison between our application developers and vendors. The Applications Analyst will function as a project analyst and/or project coordinator for selected projects, application refreshes, software releases, scheduled maintenance and general system upgrades and may also participate as an application or business area expert on project teams as directed by management.
Required Education: Bachelor’s degree in computer science, business or related field.
Preferred Education: Successful completion of post-secondary courses information systems, business, systems analysis, project management.
Minimum Experience Required: Two years’ experience in supporting product applications. Demonstrated proficiency with word processing, spreadsheets, database and web based software.
Preferred/Optional Experience: Three years’ experience in supporting product applications within a healthcare setting. Experience with systems analysis and project management. Demonstrated proficiency with the Microsoft Office Suite and Microsoft Project Software and working with client server systems in a networked environment. Strong verbal, non-verbal and written communications skills.
Apply online. Please reference job number MC170283 when applying; use the search box at the bottom of the linked page to search using job number.