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Thomas Jefferson University

Company Information: Jefferson is an academic medical center that includes Thomas Jefferson University and Jefferson Health. With the commitment of more than 23,000 employees, we provide exceptional patient care, deliver breakthrough research and educate the professionals of tomorrow who will build the future of work, the future of health care and the future of education.

World-renowned for advancing groundbreaking developments in healthcare education and research since 1824, Thomas Jefferson University is composed of the Sidney Kimmel Medical College (formerly known as Jefferson Medical College) and the Colleges of Biomedical Sciences, Health Professions, Nursing, Pharmacy and Population Health. Each year, our nationally recognized faculty, who lead a number of programs boasting U.S. News & World Report recognition, educate more than 4,000 students and set the highest standards of healthcare education to prepare them to lead change and succeed throughout their careers.

Jefferson Health, our clinical arm, provides a broad range of primary and complex, highly specialized care. Through our nine hospitals (three are Magnet®-designated and recognized for nursing excellence by the ANCC), more than 30 outpatient and urgent care locations, and our NCI-designated Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center, we deliver an exceptional experience to nearly two million inpatient and outpatients annually. U.S. News & World Report has ranked Thomas Jefferson University Hospital among the best in the nation in 11 specialties, and high performing in two more. We are ranked second in the Philadelphia metro area and third in Pennsylvania for the quality of care we provide.

As an employer, Jefferson maintains a commitment to provide equal access to employment. Jefferson values diversity and encourages applications from women, members of minority groups, LGBTQ individuals, disabled individuals, and veterans.

Position Title: Biostatistician

Duties and Responsibilities: Provides statistical support to health science research projects in coordination with Division faculty. Depending on the project and level of expertise of the biostatistician, this may include collaboration on funding proposal development, advice on study design and data collection and management, as well as data analyses and manuscript and presentation preparation. Consults on study design (design and modification of data coding, data collection forms, and data management procedures), data analysis plans, and producing reports during selected long-term projects.Selects appropriate statistical methods, performs necessary computations, and reports on results with minimal direction. Writes methods and results sections for manuscripts, and may present results and methods either as part of a course or at professional meetings.

Position Qualifications: Master’s Degree in bio statistics or a related field. Five years of experience as a statistical programming Experience in computer programming and familiarity with MS Excel, Word, and PowerPoint. Three years in an SAS and/or R preferred.

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Application Information: Please apply online to and reference Job ID# 9214412.

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