Incumbent will be an employee of The Research Foundation of SUNY in a grant-supported position.
Incumbent will be responsible for data management and statistical analysis 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.
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- 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.