Public Health Analyst
Our public health group is growing and we’re currently seeking a Public Health Analyst to work in Atlanta, GA on HIV prevention data management and analysis.
The Public Health Analyst will analyze quantitative and qualitative program evaluation data and provide output in the format requested. Some specific responsibilities include:
- Update and maintain master database and create backup database files.
- Check data files for completeness; run data quality assurance programs, and coordinate with site data managers to proactively identify and resolve data collection/management issues.
- Write SAS code for cleaning datasets generated by studies.
- Merge data files using SAS.
- Coordinate and assist grantees in improving the uniformity of data collection.
- Combine data from sites into a central data set.
- Evaluate data errors and work to resolve data problems.
- Provide grantees with detailed data management reports as determined by the client.
- Maintain detailed step-by-step descriptions of each analysis performed.
- Travel to study site to resolve data cleaning/data quality issues and provide training regarding good data management practice.
- Work with grantees to assist with the process of data submission and management
- Use qualitative data, including transcripts and narrative data to perform content analysis and/or thematic analysis to identify themes and topics that supplement quantitative findings.
- Master’s degree in public health, statistics, or related field.
- 2+ years SAS programming experience.
- 2 years of experience in generating SAS-based reports using a variety of methods (e.g., PROC REPORT, PROC TABULATE) and exporting those reports to other formats such as Microsoft Excel, SPSS, PDF, and HTML.
- 2+ years developing data management & analysis plans and data dictionaries in a public health setting.
- Experience assisting with research papers or presentations.
- Skills/experience in quantitative and qualitative coding of data.
- Skills/experience with analysis of administrative databases.
- Knowledge/experience with HIV prevention, treatment, surveillance and/or research/programs.
- Experience using MaxQDA, NVivo or other qualitative data analysis software.
- Detail oriented and able to create meticulous documentation of variables, datasets and data attributes
- Ability to produce data dictionaries and codebooks
- Willingness to share code and work within a team to achieve desired outcomes
- Strong organizational and interpersonal skills with the ability work as a member of a diverse team.
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Atlanta, GA (GA18)