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ICF is seeking a junior to mid-level Scientific Information Analyst (SIA) with 2– 6 years of experience working directly with biomedical and behavioral scientific information about various disease categories, illnesses, and health conditions. This position is located within NIH’s Office of the Director and supports the Research Condition and Disease Categorization program (RCDC). RCDC provides consistent and transparent reporting to the public on NIH-funded research related to various disease and research areas using thesaurus-based Natural Language Processing and Text Mining & Analysis tools, data visualization, and machine learning solutions. The candidate will be responsible for researching areas of new and emerging science and analyzing NIH grants and agreements using text mining software to identify projects relevant to specific research areas.
This position involves detailed work with NIH grant proposals, documentation and data management, as well as collaboration with team members and scientific experts across all of NIH’s Institutes and Centers (IC). The SIA creates and facilitates Subject Matter Experts in reaching trans-NIH agreements on category parameters. Additionally, s/he develops and presents research category funding reports and responds to special data requests.
The successful candidate should be able to work independently to analyze scientific (biomedical, allied health sciences) research project materials, lead a presentation of technical information to Subject Matter Experts, interpret and implement technical/scientific information applicably, learn new topics quickly, and have outstanding attention to detail. The candidate should also enjoy reading and analyzing biomedical research. S/He should enjoy reading and analyzing scientific (biomedical) research project materials, have the ability to lead a presentation of technical information to variously sized groups of scientific experts, have the ability to learn new topics quickly, and have outstanding attention to detail and analytical skills.
ICF offers an excellent benefits package, an award winning talent development program, and fosters a highly skilled, energized and empowered workforce.
ICF is an equal opportunity employer that values diversity at all levels. (EOE – Minorities/Females/ Protected Veterans Status/Disability Status/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity)
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