The School of Nursing is seeking a qualified candidate to serve as a project database manager to work on a federally funded grant linking two health databases to identify trends and determine if health utilization patterns meet evidence based guidelines. The database manager will be responsible for:
- providing database support within a secure HIPAA-compliant data center
- assisting in converting program for hierarchical classification of lung cancer diseases and analysis of health related outcomes
- creating and transmitting reports with each update of data
- storing and maintaining deidentified data from the databases including maintaining lists of research ID’s, creating and running detailed and summary reports
- running statistical analysis on data
Master’s degree in a relevant field such as but not limited to social science, public health, or psychology, with 2-5 years relevant work experience in leading data management, statistical analysis, and reporting for health-related projects.
Strong quantitative background and analytic skills. Good understanding of data management. Ability to conduct higher-level statistical analysis (e.g. regression models and working with longitudinal datasets). The candidate will exhibit critical thinking skills, capable of prioritizing and meeting multiple deadlines, strong interpersonal communication skills; excellent verbal, written, and presentation skills.
Computer Skills: Proficiency with statistical and other analytic software, Microsoft Office Word, Access, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook. Willingness to learn unfamiliar applications or databases
- Interest in healthcare
- Project management experience
- Medical Field Exposure