The Center for Child and Community Health Research (CCHR) in the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine Department of Pediatrics is a leader in addressing social determinants of health, sexually transmitted infections and other health disparities through research, programmatic and clinical endeavors (www.jhcchr.org). CCHR seeks a Programmer Analyst to provide management and support to Center research support services.
The Programmer Analyst would be responsible for:
Overseeing day to day research and programmatic activities as they relate to database development and database management for research projects and programs
Developing and building data collection tools within databases while working with Primary Investigators and identified CCHR/BEAD staff
Performing QA/QC of data and associated database
Exporting data and compiling reports as needed.
Design and build databases in Microsoft Access
Collaborate with project primary investigators and CCHR/BEAD Core to determine needs and develop custom databases tailored according to specifications
Maintain, Repair, Manage and Update databases-provide programming for projects with continued ongoing support
Build ACASI basic architecture for new/ongoing projects to be continued by CCHR staff
For complex projects, build entire ACASI and manage/Update ACASI data
Use best practices to store data on secure Hopkins network and manage files within warehouse manager to allow for data export
Manage clinical data sets and conduct data cleaning to facilitate data export to statistics packages
Build Teleform basic architecture for continued programming by CCHR staff and/or complete complex forms entirely
Build REDCap databases-set up basic architecture to be built by CCHR staff and/or build complex REDCap databases
Creation of Standard Operating Procedures with respect to database management and database development
Develop best practices for data collection and storage
Work with CCHR lead faculty to implement project management software
Implement and Manage Geographic Information Systems Mapping
Specific duties & responsibilities:
Minimum qualifications (mandatory): Bachelor’s degree and 1 year of related experience. Additional related experience may substitute for required education, to the extent permitted by the JHU equivalency formula.
Special knowledge, skills, and abilities:
Excellent working knowledge of Microsoft Office, and Microsoft Access. Some management or supervisory experience preferred, not required; Excellent communicator, excellent interpersonal skills, outstanding organizational skills, ability to work with quantitative data, basic understanding of epidemiology, familiarity with medical terminology, Must work well in both group and independent settings. Familiarity with STATA, SAS, SPSS or R preferred; experience with GIS desired. Must have knowledge of database development, specifically Teleform, ACASI, REDCap and Qualtrics a plus. Must be able to handle multiple tasks at once; meet deadlines, familiar with databases, detailed, flexible, able to manage relationships.
Classified Title: Programmer Analyst Working Title: Programmer Analyst Role/Level/Range: ATP/03/PC Starting Salary Range: $50,702-$69,780 Employee group: Full Time Schedule: Monday-Friday/8:30-5pm Exempt Status: Exempt Location: 04-MD:School of Medicine Campus Department name: 10003110-SOM Ped Bay Bayview Pediatric Unit Personnel area: School of Medicine
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