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The Statistical Center for HIV/AIDS Research and Prevention (SCHARP) at Fred Hutch is seeking an R Statistical Programmer to provide statistical programming expertise to write efficient, re-suable, and easily maintainable code that access, analyze and report data descriptives and analyses. The incumbent primarily uses R; additional statistical and analytical software programs are used as needed. Core to the role is the ability to communicate effectively, work collaboratively with colleagues and be responsive to the needs of both internal and external customers within an environment of mutual cooperation and respect. The Statistical Programmer works on complex assignments, shows independence in management of workload and production of quality output, as well as technical expertise that contributes to the programmatic infrastructure of the Statistical Programming group.
The R Statistical Programmer will support the Vaccine Immunology Statistical Center (VISC) research program. VISC provides services in the areas of statistical design and data analysis to advance novel HIV vaccine candidates to clinical trials (https://www.cavd.org/Pages/default.aspx and https://www.ghvap.org/Pages/default.aspx).