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A skilled SAS programmer is needed to clean and manage data from multiple large and complex datasets. The data manager should have primary expertise in SAS, with preference for additional experience in Tableau, STATA, MPlus, Python, or R. They will report to the Director of the Data Management and Analysis Core (DMAC) and support error checking, data management, linking datasets, creating variables, and building cohorts for a small portfolio of projects, including assembling and harmonizing datasets for longitudinal analyses. As a data manager, the incumbent will be responsible for consulting with project staff and the DMAC project manager, discussing timelines, deliverables, workload, and facilitating clear communication between FPG investigators and DMAC colleagues.
Education and Experience:
Candidate must have experience managing data and presenting descriptive statistics in longitudinal research or evaluation projects and possess demonstrated competency as a SAS programmer. They must have demonstrated ability in communication, coordinating work across multiple projects, and working as a collaborator with researchers (especially psychologists and educational researchers).
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