The Bureau of Maternal, Infant and Child Health seeks a Senior Research Analyst. Under the direction of the Research and Evaluation Director and in close collaboration with other Program Unit Directors, the Senior Research Advisor will be responsible for conducting independent research and analysis and in advising the Bureau on research methods and quantitative analysis. The ideal candidate should have experience conducting large scale research and evaluation studies, managing large data sets and conducting high level statistical analysis.
DUTIES WILL INCLUDE BUT NOT BE LIMITED TO:
- Perform data analyses for routine reports, data requests, evaluation projects, surveillance projects and other special epidemiologic analyses.
-Lead surveillance, research and evaluation studies and translate findings for effective decision making.
-Produce reports, other documents, and articles for peer reviewed journals based on Bureau research and present findings at conferences and meetings.
-Respond promptly to data queries and requests from the offices of Communications, the Commissioner, FCH Deputy Commissioner's office, BMIRH Assistant Commissioner, and Program Directors.
-Contribute to Bureau-wide research agenda.
-Liaise with the Division of Epidemiology and Office of Vital Statistics regarding BMIRH data needs and collaborative efforts.
-Collaborate closely with other BMIRH units to assure that data analyses are appropriate, and that they inform and/or are responsive to program and policy directions and recommendations.
- Stay abreast of latest research developments in maternal, infant and reproductive health.
-Other duties as assigned.