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Job Title Job Type College Campus Min. Education
Statistical Programmer

Description:

The statistical programmer will support the data analysis efforts of the ASERT Collaborative at the AJ Drexel Autism Institute. The student will work between 10-20 hours per week. The position will be in place from November 24th 2014-July 1st 2015.

Responsible activities will include:

·         Reporting directly to a Data Analyst on a bi weekly basis to update projects

·         Manage complex and sensitive data sets and ensuring their usability

·         Perform data conglomeration and create new data sets as requested

·         Create reports for dissemination of data projects

·         Identifying data inconsistencies and notify supervisor

·         Perform statistical analyses as requested​

Qualifications: Must be extremely comfortable working with large datasets, including managing and cleaning those datasets. Must be proficient in SAS/SPSS, Microsoft Office including Excel. Excellent communication skills are required.

Department: AJ Drexel Autism Institute

Number of Positions: 1

Location: 3020 Market Street

Contact Information:
Paul Turcotte
215-571-3449
pft29@drexel.edu

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