The Women’s Interagency HIV Study (WIHS) and related women’s research is a collaborative, multi-center, longitudinal study designed to comprehensively investigate HIV infection in women.
Primary responsibilities includes management of data for completeness, accuracy, and timeless; preparation of analytic datasets, generation of reports, and analyses of cross sectional and longitudinal data. The ideal candidate should have demonstrated proficiency using analytic software (SPSS, SAS, or both preferred) and have a solid skills in working with relational databases including high proficiency in query capabilities. Works with research from multiple and institutions to generate reports, analytic datasets, and statistical output as described by investigators and lead epidemiologist; ability to work comfortably on multiple projects concurrently. Using SPSS or SAS, the data programmer will generate complete, accurate and timely datasets and output (tables, figures, graphs, plots, etc.) to summarize data from multiple sources and provide detailed documentation (codebooks, summarization of results, etc.).