Incumbent will be an employee of The Research Foundation of SUNY in a grant-supported position. Incumbent will be assigned to both of Dr. Craig Colder's projects: The UB Adolescent and Family Development Project, under the supervision of Dr. Craig Colder, Principal Investigator, and Dawn Keough, Project Coordinator, and The UB Neighborhood and Family Development Project, under the supervision of Dr. Craig Colder (PI), and Jamee Foster, Project Coordinator.
Incumbent will be responsible for data management and statistical analysis for 2 large longitudinal research projects. Duties will include data importing/exporting between SAS and other software programs, data cleaning, data merging, analysis of longitudinal data using SAS, M-Plus, and hierarchical linear modeling software, report writing, and manuscript preparation.
Additional duties will include software management (i.e., running updates and virus scans on lab machines; installing programs, updating licenses, updating the project websites).
Incumbent must be able to work independently with moderate supervision, and willing to commit to at least 1 year in the position.
B.A. or B.S. in Social Sciences, Public Health, Quantitative Methods, or related discipline. Extensive experience with SAS statistical software (including programming and data analysis), M-Plus software, and longitudinal data analysis.
M.A. or M.S. in Social Sciences, Public Health, Quantitative Methods, or related discipline. Experience with e-Prime software
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