Masters degree in biostatistics, statistics or highly related field.
At least 6 years (post-masters degree) of collaborative research experience with at least 2 years specifically in health sciences research.
Experience supporting both clinical and population-based studies.
Experience guiding/mentoring novice investigators and/or peer colleagues in biostatistics methods/concepts.
Familiarity with statistical aspects of clinical trials including designing statistical analysis plans.
Solid statistical programming skills (R, Stata, Python, SAS) including working with large, complex data sources that require management/curation to prepare for analyses.
Demonstrated mature and effective interpersonal communications skills including tact, diplomacy and flexibility with appropriate demeanor to maintain good working relationships.
Excellent interpersonal skills to interact with faculty and investigators, staff, students, and visitors at all levels within OHSU and in the community.
The ability to forge and foster collaborative working relationships both within and external to BDP, OCTRI, Occupational Health Science.
Effective scientific writing skills, especially as related to statistical analysis methods and data interpretation.
Ability to manage and perform multiple tasks under conditions of fluctuating workloads, competing requirements, and changing deadlines; working independently and following through on assignments with minimal direction. Ability to work in a complex environment.
Discretionary judgment necessary to handle confidential matters.
Ability to analyze problems and offer creative solutions and implement changes.
Strong time management and demonstrated capability to work on multiple projects at one time.
Strong demonstrated organization skills, with the ability to understand overall program objectives and maintain attention to detail.
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