Columbia University
Department of Biostatistics

Statistical Programmer/Analyst

The Department of Biostatistics at Columbia University seeks a full-time, experienced statistical programmer/analyst. This person will work with the Director of the Department's Statistical Consulting service and with other members of the faculty to execute statistical analyses in a range of areas. Assignments will vary widely, and are likely to involve many of the following: multiple linear and logistic regression, survival analysis and
Cox modeling, time series analysis, generalized estimating equations, generalized linear models, analyses of epidemiological data, analysis of longitudinal and/or clustered data, structural equation models, power and
sample size calculations, and nonparametric methods. The successful candidate will be familiar with several widely used statistical packages such as SAS, S-PLUS, SPSS, LISREL, and STATA, and capable of mastering
other packages with which he or she may not initially be familiar. This position requires substantial experience and versatility. It will appeal to an experienced programmer/analyst who enjoys interacting with experienced statisticians to implement rigorous analysis of a wide range of clinical research projects.

Fax resume to: 212-305-9408
or mail to:
Att: Search Committee
Department of Biostatistics
Mailman School of Public Health
600 West 168th Street
New York, New York 10032

Columbia University takes affirmative action to ensure equal opportunity.