Opportunity to work with a team of software engineers who are responsible for programming, testing and validating systems for major research initiatives.
Specific Duties for this position: The Systems/Programmer designs, develops, validates and implements software applications for major research initiatives. Primary responsibilities include the development and programming of software applications. Secondary responsibilities include the design, development and maintenance of large-scale databases, and conversion of legacy systems to ASP.Net, C# and SQL Server. This position provides an opportunity to create software systems in various database environments including Oracle 11g, SQL Server 2014 and Microsoft Access 2016 while utilizing a variety of development environments and server software including Windows Server 2012, Internet Information Services, Visual Studio 2015, Sharepoint Portal Server 2016, Exchange 2016, AJAX and Oracle PL/SQL.
Technical position oriented towards development of new tools for data management in medical research. Responsibilities include exploration of available software and hardware, and design/implementation of creative solutions for data collection and quality control procedures.
Requirements: Bachelors degree required. Programming and database experience a must.
Many opportunities for advancement in a supportive academic environment.
Requirements: Requires an advanced degree in statistics and knowledge of computer data management systems and methods of analysis. Medical background or familiarity with epidemiological research is needed. Must possess excellent verbal and written communication skills. Experience in administration, research, and applied statistical work is required so that the individual can operate independently and coordinate project matters. Individual should be able to solve problems as they arise and advise on policy matters.
Duties: The candidate will serve as project manager/statistician. Duties include day-to-day administration of study, direction of support staff, planning development for data collection, and designing data collection organization and quality control procedures. Duties also include the design of statistical analyses of data and preparation of study reports.
M-F, 8:30am to 5pm ET
Epidemiology Data Center
University of Pittsburgh
4420 Bayard Street, Suite 600
Pittsburgh, PA 15260
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