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Research team in the Department of Psychiatry is seeking a bachelor’s level data manager to oversee data entry, data cleaning, and manage research databases.
Data Manager will have responsibility for training research assistants in data entry and verification and ensuring data is transferred for independent coders in a manner according to data management safety guidelines. S/he will oversee data storage in a secure manner in accordance with safety standards outlined in the data safety plan and perform basic data analysis, data cleaning, data transformations, and descriptive statistics. Data Manager will prepare data files for analyses of statisticians and other research team members under the supervision PIs and project coordinators.
- Bachelor's degree
- Experience with SPSS
- Experience creating data sets, writing syntax and codes
- Perform basic data analyses
- Experience with SAS, Research Data Experience
Monday - Friday
Rachel Upjohn Building, 4250 Plymouth Road, Ann Arbor, MI
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