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We are currently hiring for four positions: Project Scientist I, Biostatistician MS, Biostatistician PhD, and Research Programmer/Analyst or Research Programmer/Analyst Sr.
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 Medicine (MD), Osteopathic Medicine (DO) or Philosophy (PhD) in a related scientific field.
Experience: Two years research experience relative to the technical function of the role or two years research experience in a health related field, but must include doctoral training. Knowledge of quantitative methods and study design.
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 Biostatistician, MS is responsible for choosing the appropriate study designs and statistical and research methods utilized in studies they review or participate in for the Marshfield Clinic Research Foundation. This individual provides an appropriate level of expertise in statistical methodologies, research methods and interpretation of scientific data for the researchers they collaborate with. The Biostatistician, MS interprets the study outcome(s) and reports results in a format to communicate the findings to the targeted audience. This role is the lead in handling biostatistical issues related to grant funding and in preparing documentation for the studies.
Education: Master’s degree in biostatistics, statistics or related technical/scientific field with experience in statistical analyses.
Experience: Demonstrated knowledge of statistical and research methods and advanced knowledge of one or more statistical analysis package(s). Thesis or practicum experience working in a statistical capacity.
Apply online. Please reference job number MC182256 when applying; use the search box at the bottom of the linked page to search using job number.
The Biostatistician, PhD provides a high level of expertise in statistical methodologies, research methods and interpretation of scientific data for the clinicians and scientists this position collaborates with at the Marshfield Clinic Research Institute. This individual is responsible for choosing appropriate study designs and statistical and research methods utilized in studies they review. This individual interprets preliminary data and study outcome(s) for the study team.
Education: Doctorate in biostatistics, statistics or related field.
Experience: Demonstrated knowledge of statistical and research methods and advanced knowledge of one or more statistical analysis package(s).
Apply online. Please reference job number MC182257 when applying; use the search box at the bottom of the linked page to search using job number.
The Research Programmer/Analyst designs, develops, evaluates and modifies computer programs and database applications to collect, manage, analyze and evaluate clinical and research data. Monitors data quality, recognizes inconsistencies and initiates resolution of data problems. Typically creates programs and databases using SAS and other software to support a wide variety of research projects. Implements data management plans designed to meet project and protocol deadlines, provides expertise in the design and development of research projects, clinical trials and systems. Acts as liaison between investigators and project teams on an as-needed basis.
Education: Bachelor’s degree in computer information systems, statistics, or a related technical field, with formal coursework in programming.
Experience: Demonstrated knowledge of different database systems, such as Oracle, SQL server and MS Access; demonstrated quantitative and problem solving skills; Demonstrated knowledge of MS Office tools: Access, Excel, PowerPoint, Word. Preferred/Optional Experience: Experience with SAS, SQL and/or other programming languages; health care background and experience in research. Medical terminology helpful.
Apply online. Please reference job number MC181997 when applying; use the search box at the bottom of the linked page to search using job number.