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Subject: Data Manager/Analyst Job Opening with Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer
Center, Georgetown University

Description:
Job Title: CPC Data Manager/ Analyst
Organization: Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center, Georgetown University
Type: Full-Time
Industry: Non-profit - Hospital & Health Care
Number of Openings:	1
Location: Washington DC

The Cancer Prevention and Control Program is looking for a Data
Manager/Analyst to help data management and analyses needs for health
services research, genetic counseling and genetic testing studies, randomized
behavioral interventions, smoking cessation studies and observational studies
including survey research.

Responsibilities:

• Interacts with investigators, CPC staff and external collaborators to
understand data needs for research studies and assists with data management
plans for research projects and grants.
• Provides data management and statistical consultation for faculty and
postdoctoral researchers on the design and conduct of research projects
relating to cancer control topics including cancer surveillance, modeling of
cost-effectiveness of cancer care delivery, and analysis of cancer related
health care delivery and patient outcomes.
• Assists in conceptualizing, creating and managing custom database
applications for research studies (MS Access, REDCap).
• Specializes in creating, collecting, storing and analyzing electronic
data (via surveys and linkages of automated health records, administrative
data, cancer registry data, and clinical data derived from medical chart
reviews).
• Proficient in merging data from various sources, cleaning and preparing
data for analyses, performing exploratory data analyses, preparing technical
data reports, including summary statistics (SAS, SPSS); meticulous and detail
oriented when preparing documentation for data tracking and dataset
preparation.
• Familiar with statistical methods such as logistic and linear regression
analysis for answering questions in population science relating to cancer
control and health outcomes
• Works with principal investigators and senior statisticians to provide
statistical analyses for research projects using large, linked registry and
claims data, or smaller datasets relating to
cancer control areas.
• Prepares reports and analyses of research projects for scientific papers,
posters and grant proposals.

Qualifications:

• Bachelor’s degree in Database Management, Data Analytics or related
with minimum 2 years of relevant experience in data analysis and modeling or
Master’s degree in Biostatistics or Applied Statistics or related with
experience in data management.
• At least two years of experience in database programming, data management
and analyses of survey data and large, secondary datasets preferably in
health care focused research projects.
• Experience working with databases like SQL or MS Access required.
• Advanced programming and statistical skills using statistical software
like SAS, SPSS, STATA or R required.
• Experience in data reporting in Excel or data visualization tools like
Tableau is a plus
• Experience with cancer studies and with handling large datasets desirable
but not required
• Excellent oral and written communication skills.

How to Apply: Email your resume and cover letter to Tania Lobo at
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Contact Person: Danielle Deros
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