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The Statistical Center for HIV/AIDS Research & Prevention (SCHARP) at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle, WA is seeking a highly motivated and effective Manager to lead the Statistical Programming Team.
The Statistical Programming (STP) Manager is responsible for the direct supervision of statistical programmers and statistical programming supervisors, including providing training and development, annual evaluations and addressing performance concerns. The STP Manager coordinates work assignments and adjusts workloads, considering individual capabilities and areas of expertise to meet study requirements and deliverables. They work independently, performing both routine and one-off programming tasks, using their experience and judgment to guide programmers in meeting study goals and deadlines.
In support of SCHARP projects, study protocols and research network requirements, the STP Manager may perform one or more of the following tasks: