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Researcher (Health) #12130

Researcher (Health) Researcher (Health) for American Institutes for Research to work at our Columbia, MD location. May telecommute as necessary. Develop conceptual models, experimental and technical designs for government programs. Work with large and complex data sets. Perform policy analysis. Develop case studies. Conduct site visits. Write technical reports and proposals. Make presentations to government clients. Conduct literature reviews. Mentor research staff. Lead small to medium projects or technical domains of larger projects for federal agencies. May undergo background checks.

Must have Ph.D. in Economics, Public Health/Policy, Psychology, or related social science field. Also requires skills (1 year experience) in: analyzing health policy; data analysis and data management techniques using SAS, SSPS, STATA, Access, or Excel; working with large data sets to answer model-related questions from business stakeholders; leading proposals and preparing reports; process analysis, evaluation, and experimental research design activities; managing administrative aspects of projects, including day to day task activities, staff performance, resources, risks, and client relationship and communication; working and liaising with federal agencies; working with kidney disease data in the federal or commercial space; and managing teams of programmers and research analysts. Alternatively, must have Masters in Economics, Public Health/Policy, Psychology, or related social science field and 4 years’ related social science research experience.

Also requires the following skills: (4 years’ experience) in analyzing health policy; data analysis and data management techniques using SAS, SSPS, STATA, Access, or Excel; working with large data sets to answer model-related questions from business stakeholders; leading proposals and preparing reports; process analysis, evaluation, and experimental research design activities; managing administrative aspects of projects, including day to day task activities, staff performance, resources, risks, and client relationship and communication; and working and liaising with federal agencies; and (2 years’ experience) in: working with kidney disease data in the federal or commercial space; and managing teams of programmers and research analysts. Any required skills can be gained concurrent with academic studies. Any suitable combination of education, training, or experience is acceptable.

Apply with complete application at www.air.org; ref. Job #12130.

EOE.


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Posted
04/18/2022
Type
Full Time
Location
Baltimore, MD, 21202, US