QualificationsALA-accredited Master's degree in the Library/Information Sciences, or an advanced graduate degree in a related field, such as informatics, data science, health sciences, or statistics. Minimum of three years professional experience working with large research datasets and/or familiarity with major data resources such as ICPSR, healthdata.gov, hospital information systems, Medicare claims data, and the U.S. Census Bureau. Knowledge and experience with research methodologies, quantitative and qualitative data and statistical software packages such as SAS, Stata, R, SPSS, ArcGIS, including expertise with at least one of these or similar programs. Knowledge and experience with the lifecycle of research data and data management plan requirements (NIH, NSF, etc.). Strong, demonstrated service orientation with abilities to work effectively in a collaborative team environment. Demonstrated excellent analytical and organizational skills, verbal and written communications and interpersonal skills. Understanding of and experience with relevant metadata practices and standards such as DDI, SDMX, OASIS, Dublin Core, OAI-PMH, and discipline-specific metadata standards, such as LOINC, ICD-10, SNOMED.
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Preferred QualificationsA second advanced degree in a relevant discipline in informatics, data science, health sciences, or statistics. Understanding of research process used in a range of disciplines, especially in the health sciences with particular focus on the research lifecycle of data. Familiarity with data management requirements of federal agencies (NIH, NSF, etc.). Experience teaching workshops of a technical nature. Project management experience; demonstrated ability to design, lead, and complete a project within scope.