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Data Science Analyst l - 2295064
The Statistical Analyst Programmer will be an integral member of a fast-paced, interdisciplinary team on statistical analysis of large scale data. The Statistical Analyst Programmer works at the Mount Sinai Cardiovascular Institute with research faculty, fellows, project managers, and statisticians to provide comprehensive data management / analysis support for a variety of projects and personnel. Typical team projects include studies related to quality measurement and clinical trials.
Roles & Responsibilities:
1. Analyzes data requests using information technology, enrollment, claims, pharmacy, clinical, contract, medical management, financial, administrative and other corporate data from both modeled and disparate internal and external sources.
a. Works with departmental staff to identify requirements for reporting.
b. Identifies necessary data, data sources and methodologies.
c. Collects, organizes, integrates, analyzes and interprets data.
d. Leverages advanced statistical analysis methods to create insightful recommendations and conclusions that may be communicated to the stakeholder.
e. Identifies and addresses expected and unforeseen data complexities to mitigate their impact on the analytic outcome and associated business decisions. Works to improve data quality where possible within created analytical models. Feeds data quality issues back to IT or identified data stewards to facilitate creation of high quality metrics.
f. Develops and may present reports, analyses and findings to senior management and others as scheduled or requested.
2. Designs analytical datasets and maintaining the integrity of the databases, including merging of multiple data sets and data manipulation to perform statistical analysis.
3. Provides statistical analyses for multiple projects including multiple logistic and linear regression, and longitudinal analysis.
4. Gives guidance to, and collaborates with faculties and statisticians on analytical objectives.
5. Other duties as assigned.
Bachelors Degree or Bachelors of Science Degree in Biostatistics, Statistics, Epidemiology, Public Health, Applied Mathematics, Computer Science, or closely related field required; Master’s degree preferred.
1-3 years of related working experience required
Statistical programming experience in SAS required