The University of Michigan Congenital Heart Center is seeking a highly motivated individual to serve as an Associate Clinical Research Database Programmer for the Pediatric Acute Cardiology Care Collaborative (PAC3).
- In collaboration with senior analytic team personnel, prepare data for clinical research projects.
- Tasks include, but are not limited to, data quality checks and data cleaning, merging multiple data sources, and extracting project-specific data elements from large, relational datasets.
- Work closely with faculty investigators and analytic team personnel to document data requirements, develop data collection tools, and maintain databases.
- Assist with writing manuscripts, project reports, and grant applications.
- Assist with literature searches and developing research ideas.
- Maintain professional and productive interpersonal relationships with other project team personnel.
- Contribute to database design and development, including user interfaces, data normalization and automated data quality assurance.
- Work with software industry partners to develop clinical registry elements and reporting platform content.
- This is a 40 hour/week (Monday – Friday) day shift position.
- Will require occasional travel to Cincinnati Children's Hospital; frequency to be determined.
- Please Note: This position could potentially be limited to 3 years, however, we anticipate the position will be ongoing as the database is built and the collaborative continues to grow.
- Bachelor's degree in computer science or similar program
- One year of work experience in research data management
- Demonstrated experience using SAS (or similar software) for data management and creation of research data sets, including use of arrays and loops.
- Experience with relational databases and familiarity with SQL.
- Ability to communicate data management concepts to biostatisticians, data analysts, and clinical researchers.
- Candidate must have strong interpersonal skills necessary to work on a multidisciplinary team in a highly collaborative environment.
- Must be a self-motivated, highly dependable independent worker with the ability to efficiently and effectively multitask, prioritize and problem solve.
- Excellent project documentation skills required.
- Candidate must be comfortable with meeting strict project deadlines as set by the leadership with input from candidate.
- Knowledge of multiple statistical software packages (e.g. STATA, R, SPSS, etc.).
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