Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

SAS Programmer, Research Biostatistian, and Biostatistian

**SAS Programmer

Find out why we were just voted one of the best places to work in Philadelphia! The # 1 pediatric hospital in the nation has exciting career opportunities within our expanding research division. Learn from experienced professionals and leaders in pediatric medicine. Assist the department statisticians in the creation of SAS programs to manipulate, analyze and present clinical research data. Qualified candidates will have a Bachelor's degree in computing, mathematics or a related filed and 1 year minimum SAS programming experience in a PC or Unix environment, with a solid understanding of base SAS and SAS/STAT. Knowledge of SQL is preferred.

**Research Biostatistian

Take your career to the next level with the # 1 pediatric hospital in the nation! An excellent opportunity for a team-oriented person with 2-6 years of experience. Provide expert statistical support for investigators; supervise, oversee and mentor biostaticians and senior biostaticians; collaborate with investigators in preparation of grants, research proposals, status reports and publications; bid with investigators successfully for industry-sponsored pediatric research studies. Doctoral degree in Statistics or Biostatistics, minimum of 2 years of relevant experience and participation in government-funded research projects required. Experience in results write-up as demonstrated by co-authorship in publications or documents reporting clinical research results for regulatory purposes also required.


You have the experience* you have the drive*. Why not choose to work for one of the best places to work as noted in Philadelphia Magazine? Enjoy excellent benefits while having an impact on tomorrow's pediatric research. Provide statistical services for investigators, including performance of statistical analysis, preparation of data sets and writing of statistical results. Work in our expanding Biostatistics and Epidemiology division. Must have a Master's degree in Statistics or Biostatistics along with 2 years of relevant experience. Experience with programming language required; Unix is a plus.

Our employees enjoy competitive salary, generous paid time off, tuition assistance, health, dental, vision, prescription, employer-contributed retirement accounts, and training/staff development. And of course, the opportunity to challenge themselves at a world-class institution.

Diane Cain
Resource Coordinator
Biostatistics and Epidemiology
Childrens Hospital of Philadelphia
3535 Market Street 10th Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19104
(215) 590-9901