Public Health Statistician
Our public health group is growing and we’re currently seeking a Public Health Statistician to work in Atlanta, GA, sitting onsite with CDC.
- Perform complex and advanced statistical analyses of longitudinal surveillance and research data, prepare reports, manuscripts, briefing materials, etc., of surveillance and research results for publications.
- Assist subject-matter experts with the development or modification of surveillance and research protocols, as needed, and conduct analysis of surveillance systems.
- Develop and implement specific on-line study design aspects to including
- statistical aspects such as power and sample size calculations;
- data management and data analyses plans;
- development of study procedures for surveillance data collection and case ascertainment; and indicate best recommendations among different sampling plans, surveillance data sources, and cost/time investments.
- Provide technical assistance to grantees and to the subject-matter experts, e.g., advise on selecting study populations, appropriate statistical methods, interpretation of results, and describing relevance of results of research more broadly. Also, when requested, travel to relevant meetings and conferences to present research results or provide technical assistance to grantees and other stakeholders.
- Provide assistance to subject-matter experts in preparing Office of Management and Budget (OMB) and/or Human Subjects Determination protocol and packages.
- Monitor data collection and case ascertainment in surveillance projects, check procedures and verify that they conform to standard methodology, assess departures from study protocols, monitor the efficiency and yield of case-finding processes across different data sources, and implement quality assurance procedures to evaluate data accuracy.
- Prepare reports, manuscripts, and briefing materials of surveillance study results for publication and/or internal use.
Education: Minimum of a doctorate in statistics or biostatistics.
Experience: Minimum of 3 years.
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