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 members of the faculty to execute statistical analyses in a wide range of areas. Assignments 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 must be familiar with widely used statistical packages such as SAS, S-PLUS, SPSS, and STATA. Experience with other packages is an advantage. This position requires substantial experience and the ability to work independently. It will appeal to an experienced programmer/analyst who enjoys interacting with experienced statisticians and can implement rigorous analysis of a wide range of clinical research projects.

A Masters degree and at least two years of experience are required.

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.