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Please Note: This position is on-site, in Seattle, WA.
The Statistical Center for HIV/AIDS Research & Prevention (SCHARP) at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle, WA is seeking a Lab Programmer to provide programming support for data management, reporting, and analysis. The team is responsible for developing and maintaining the laboratory assay and specimen data pipelines for multiple clinical trials, pre-clinical studies and research and development projects. Lab Programmers provide support for the management, quality control, reporting, and analysis of specimen and laboratory assay data by developing and maintaining code, building workflows to facilitate data submission and creating analysis datasets/reports.
In support of research network operations, funding agency requirements, and organizational needs, the Lab Programmer may perform some or all of the following tasks: