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2 JOBS: Biostatistician and Head, Statistical Methodology - The George Institute of International Health, Sydney Australia

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Aylin Dulagil <[log in to unmask]>

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Aylin Dulagil <[log in to unmask]>

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Wed, 30 Nov 2005 17:57:00 +1100

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Biostatistician/Statistical Programmer

 

*         Highly regarded public health research institute

*         Excellent career development opportunities

*         CBD based

 

 

The George Institute for International Health is a non-profit
organisation dedicated to the prevention and management of
non-communicable diseases and injury worldwide. The George Institute is
made up of several divisions and programs, which oversee numerous
large-scale international and regional projects funded by a diverse
range of sponsors, both public and private. 

 

We require a Biostatistician / Statistical Programmer. Under the
direction of the Head, Statistical Services, you will have
responsibility for statistical design, programming, analysis and
reporting to support allocated research programs conducted by The George
Institute and George Medica Pty Ltd.  You will ensure that all
activities are undertaken in accordance with current scientific and
regulatory requirements.  

 

Your key responsibilities will include:

*	Providing expertise on statistical design, analysis and
reporting of research projects conducted at the institute
*	Assisting in the evaluation of potential projects 
*	Presenting to prospective external collaborators and commercial
clients
*	Ensuring the delivery of agreed statistical services to internal
clients
*	Assisting in the development and maintenance of statistical SOPs
and standards according regulatory requirements

 

You will have 

*	Minimum graduate qualifications in statistics and / or
programming 
*	Experience in statistical design, programming, analysis and
reporting for biomedical and or health research 
*	Excellent working knowledge of the common statistical software
packages (eg. SAS/SPSS). 
*	Working knowledge of regulatory requirements for clinical trials
and development programs
*	Leadership potential
*	Strong analytical skills 
*	The ability to work well within a team as well as independently
*	Customer service focus - dedication to provision of quality
services
*	Availability and willingness for occasional travel 

 

Applications close on 19 December 2005.

 

To submit your application, please send your CV and covering letter to
[log in to unmask] . For further information please check our
website www.thegeorgeinstitute.org <http://www.thegeorgeinstitute.org/>
or call Aylin Dulagil on +61 2 9657 0306.

 

 

Head, Statistical Methodology

 

*         Develop in house statistical methodological expertise

*         Innovative and highly regarded research institute

*         Key consultative and advisory role

 

 

The George Institute for International Health is a non-profit
organisation dedicated to the prevention and management of
non-communicable diseases and injury worldwide. The George Institute is
made up of several divisions and programs, which oversee numerous
large-scale international and regional projects funded by a diverse
range of sponsors, both public and private.

 

The Epidemiological and Biostatistics Division provides leadership
within The George Institute in a range of epidemiological studies and
clinical trials. The innovative nature of our research regularly throws
up statistical questions that established procedures cannot resolve. In
order to maintain the excellence of our research output, we have created
a new research post. 

 

We require an experienced academic statistician with knowledge of modern
and emerging statistical techniques to strengthen and develop expertise
in statistical methodology within The George Institute. 

 

You will consult with colleagues to develop appropriate statistical
techniques for epidemiological and clinical trials research, ensuring
the use of relevant, reliable and contemporary statistical analyses. As
part of your role you will raise The George Institute's capacity
building profile by providing statistical expertise leadership for
internal doctoral students and external researchers. 

 

You will have a PhD in statistics plus knowledge and refereed
publications in some of the following areas: Bayesian Monte-Carlo
simulation, longitudinal data analysis, missing value imputation, and
multi-level modelling. You have good communication and relationship
building skills and demonstrated experience in consulting with senior
researchers and sharing your technical expertise with internal clients
and fellow statisticians. You have a track record in attracting research
funding grants. 

 

Applications close on Monday 19 December 2005 and it is envisaged that
interviews will take place in January 2006.

 

To submit your application, please send your resume and cover letter
outlining your suitability to [log in to unmask] . For further
information please check our website www.thegeorgeinstitute.org
<http://www.thegeorgeinstitute.org/>  or call Aylin Dulagil on +61 2
9657 0306.

 

 

 

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