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Quantitative Research Associate, Ohio University

The Voinovich School of Leadership & Public Affairs at Ohio University is seeking applicants for position of Quantitative Research Associate.

Quantitatively trained individual sought to support the School’s applied research in health, education and community economic development. As a key member of multidisciplinary project teams, provide technical assistance, data analysis and evaluation services to governmental and nonprofit organizations throughout Ohio. Qualified candidates will have the ability to utilize database and statistical software programs to organize, manage and analyze data, interpret findings and prepare reports summarizing findings using graphical presentations and non-technical language, move multiple tasks forward simultaneously and learn new software and analytical methods.

Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled; for full consideration, please apply by December 8, 2013.
For details and to apply, go to:

http://www.ohiouniversityjobs.com/postings/8182

Ohio University is committed to creating a respectful and inclusive educational and workplace environment.
Ohio University is an equal access/equal opportunity and affirmative action institution.



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Manager Biometrics at BASF SE, Limburgerhof (Germany)

Working area: Research & Development
Location: BASF SE, Limburgerhof
Working hours: Full-time
Contract Type: Permanent

We are the world’s leading chemical company because we offer intelligent solutions for our customers and for a sustainable future. We link and develop people with diverse talents all over the world. For you, this means a variety of ways to advance. Not only your performance but also your personality matter to us. At BASF, careers develop from opportunities.
Ludwigshafen is the world’s largest integrated chemical complex and home to BASF Group headquarters. Located in the heart of Europe’s Rhine-Neckar metropolitan region, you will find this to be an attractive place for both work and play. We are currently looking to fill the following position:
Manager Biometrics (m/f)
What you can expect:
As Manager Biometrics and Statistics you will bepart of an enthusiastic team of experts providing statistical support to our research activities in crop-protection. In detail, your tasks will range from the modeling and analysis of experimental data to the development of bio-statistical procedures for our IT- applications. Given your expertise you will advise and train our research chemists, biologists and agronomists in the design and analysis of greenhouse and field trials around the world. You will provide guidance for your customers regarding data collection and processing. Moreover, you will assist in the developing of databases and software to allow individual scientists to generate their own analyses where appropriate.
What we expect:
During your PhD in agricultural or biological sciences with a focus on biometrics or your degree in applied statistics you have gained experience in modeling biological or agricultural data. In addition, you have a solid knowledge of experimental design and the application of linear models in these fields. You are fluent in programming in R and/or SAS. Excellent oral and written communication skills in both German and English are your means to convey your expertise in the statistical consulting of our customers. In addition to your professional skills your distinct entrepreneurial and team spirit is persuading.
We offer:
Responsibility from day one in a challenging work environment and “on-the-job” training as part of a committed team.Competitive compensation including attractive benefits as well as excellent career opportunities in an international company.

Expect to be surprised by the exciting range of career opportunities at BASF.

Reference code: EN53069344_OTH_1
Please apply online at www.basf.com/career
or in writing to
BASF Services Europe GmbH
Recruiting Services Europe
PO Box 11 02 48
10832 Berlin, Germany
For more information please contact:
Tel.: 00800 33 0000 33
E-Mail: jobs@basf.com


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Statistical Programmer

The position you are applying for is connected with a large bank initiative called Enterprise Target State Fraud Detection and Monitoring. Treasury Services is the largest wholesale bank in the world; and as a result, you have the rare opportunity to analyze the largest and most important transactional data set in existence anywhere. We use state of the art statistical methods to analyze this data, identify potential fraud, and raise alerts. Big Data meets IT Security!

1. Work in a Hadoop-centric environment capable of handling massive data volume accessed through Map/Reduce parallel software in the “R” programming language
2. Create statistical technology that identifies risky transactions which may be fraudulent
3. Encourages (expects!) you to contribute both technology and business ideas on how  you should fundamentally use its Big Data environment to isolate fraud.
4. Encourages (demands!) that you think beyond the project into a wider roll-out into a mass array of applications.
5. Work in the context of the industry leaders in financial IT security. This team already used statistical methods to break encryption algorithms and analyze biometric authentication. Next, we will address fraud.
Once this multi-year project is complete you will continue operating in the same environment with ownership over the systems you created, to modify, extend, and continue creating innovative capabilities. Your core application provides technology support for our flagship applications as well as others. You will expand upon your “R” expertise incorporating statistical methods and data analysis technology to identify new fraud patterns and quickly react when our adversaries strike.

As an developer, you will provide high quality technology solutions that address business needs by developing applications within mature technology environments. You will utilize programming methodologies, create “R” coding standards, procedures and techniques, while contributing to the technical code documentation.

You will participate in project planning sessions with project managers, business analysts and team members to analyze business requirements and outline the proposed IT solution. You will participate in design reviews and provide input to the design recommendations; incorporate security requirements into design; and provide input to information/data flow, and understand and comply with Project Life Cycle Methodology in all planning steps. You will also adhere to IT Control Policies throughout design, development and testing and incorporate Corporate Architectural Standards into application design specifications. Additionally, you will document the detailed application specifications, translate technical requirements into programmed application modules and develop/enhance software application modules. You will participate in code reviews and ensure that all solutions are aligned to pre-defined architectural specifications; identify/troubleshoot application code-related issues; and review and provide feedback to the final user documentation. You will research and resolve coding defects and document root cause.

Qualifications
• A bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or equivalent experience
• 5+ years experience with full development lifecycle from inception through implementation
• Development experience with “R”
• 3+ years experience working in both Unix or Linux
• Experience with statistic techniques and data analysis
• Excellent analytical, communication, organizational and problem-solving skills coupled with a strong work ethic
• Strong planning and organizational skills
• Solid design, coding, testing and debugging skills
• Ability to translate business requirements into functional requirements documentation
• Demonstrated ability to acquire technical knowledge and skills quickly
• Ability to work in a team environment under aggressive timelines
Familiarity with Enterprise Systems applications preferred

To apply, please contact: Yenejah Jemmott at yjemmott@ttiofusa.com



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Bayesian statistical programmer needed for 5 month contract project

Marketing professor with short-term project (5+ hours) to program in R a Bayesian statistical model.  Must have experience with Bayesian Stats.  Need output in an excel file.  Experience with Netlogo preferred but not necessary.

Please contact Rosanna Garcia at r.garcia@neu.edu.



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Bioinformatician at OpenAnalytics

OpenAnalytics is an international company providing data analysis
services and products across geographies and industrial sectors.

We are currently looking to expand our bioinformatics team with a
candidate who fits the following profile:

Bioinformatician: MSc / PhD in Computational Biology, Computer Science or Bioinformatics

A detailed description can be found at

http://www.openanalytics.eu/jobs

Strong R and BioConductor skills are an important asset for the
position.



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3 to 6 month assignment of R tool building and support

Wanted: 3-6 month assignment of R tool building and support.  Specific experience with financial calculations, Z-scores, options, Black-Scholes, etc. very helpful.

Company: Bluecrest, www.bluecrestcapital.com

Contact: Ryan Lanham at ryan.lanham@bluecrestcapital.com



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Statistician at BASF, Berlin, Germany

We are the world’s leading chemical company because we offer intelligent solutions for our customers and for a sustainable future. We link and develop people with diverse talents all over the world. For you, this means a variety of ways to advance. Not only your performance but also your personality matter to us. At BASF, careers develop from opportunities.

metanomics has pioneered the application of metabolite profiling to plant biotechnology, pharma, diagnostics and nutrition research and is the acknowledged industry leader in this field. We are currently seeking a

Working area: Research & Development

Location: metanomics GmbH, Berlin

Working hours: Full-time

What you can expect: 

You will be involved in challenging and exciting research projects for which statistics is key to success. The projects will be in health as well as in plant research. Your participation will include detailed interdisciplinary discussions with scientists to understand project goals, and to translate these goals into experimental designs and statistical analyses. In addition to applying and conducting statistics, you will report results to collaborators and customers as well as explore and develop innovative statistical solutions focused on (but not limited to) metabolomics. Moreover, you will define standard analysis workflows, guide their implementation as software tools and support the development of company-wide global statistics standards. You will be well integrated in an expert team of statisticians and thereby stay abreast of developments surrounding new statistical methodologies.

What we expect: 

You are expected to hold a degree in a relevant field of study (e.g. statistics, mathematics, biology, agronomy), preferably a PhD. You possess strong mathematics expertise and several years of statistics experience, especially concerning ANOVA (e.g. mixed-effects models), experimental designs (e.g. pre-clinical or clinical studies, greenhouse or field trials) and multivariate data analysis (e.g. visualization, clustering, classification, regression), preferably acquired in a biotechnology environment. In addition, you have proven excellence in statistical analysis of complex data sets and thorough knowledge of statistical scripting (R or SAS). Special interest in and experience with omics-data is a plus. Finally, you are a good team player, are fluent in English and possess excellent communication skills.

We offer:

Responsibility from day one in a challenging work environment and “on-the-job” training as part of a committed team.

Competitive compensation including attractive benefits as well as excellent career opportunities in an international company.

Expect to be surprised by the exciting range of career opportunities at BASF.

 

Reference code: EN53004100_JB_1

Please apply online at www.basf.com/career

or in writing to

BASF Services Europe GmbH Recruiting Services Europe

PO Box 11 02 48

10832 Berlin, Germany

For more information please contact:

Tel.: 00800 33 0000 33

E-Mail: jobs@basf.com



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Satistician at Waltham Centre for Pet Nutrition, Leicestershire, UK

*Statistician *
34,000 to 39,000 (2 year contract position)
WALTHAM Centre for Pet Nutrition, Leicestershire, UK

The WALTHAM Centre for Pet Nutrition is the global hub of nutritional expertise for Mars Petcare, with a remit to deliver “high-quality, innovative science conducted in a caring way”.

You’ll join a talented team of statisticians, setting and supporting the roll-out of best practice in statistical and experimental methodology to our pet care research sites around the globe. You will be involved in solving methodological questions concerning the design of our trials whilst your statistical programming skills will be utilised in developing tools to enable product developers to do their own data analysis and reporting. You’ll be expected to maintain awareness of new developments in statistics, and will be able to take advantage of opportunities to attend courses and conferences in relevant fields.

You’ll either have an MSc in statistics, or a BSc with relevant experience. Strong R programming skills are essential, with experience of Visual Basic also being advantageous. As you will be working to set and implement best practice ideas across a number of sites, a drive for results and good interpersonal skills are desirable.

Find out more about us at http://www.waltham.com

If you want to expand your knowledge and take on new challenges, then please send a CV and covering letter to carina.salt@googlemail.com



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Statistician Vacancy – CAMHS EBPU, UCL and Anna Freud Centre

The Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) Evidence Based Practice Unit (EBPU) is a dynamic, expanding and friendly academic and service development unit, currently consisting of 19 people including: researchers, clinicians and service development specialists (http://www.ucl.ac.uk/clinical-psychology/EBPU/). It is part of University College London (UCL) and the Anna Freud Centre (AFC), with main offices based at AFC in leafy North West London. The unit undertakes research helping develop effective service provision for children and young people with emotional and behavioural difficulties. This involves leading major national data collection processes as part of practitioner learning collaborations and research projects. In particular the unit leads a number of projects related to the outcomes evaluation of CAMHS in order to improve services. Within the unit sits the central team for the CAMHS Outcomes Research Consortium (CORC) – a national collaboration between!
child and adolescent mental health services (CAMHS) across the UK who contribute outcome data for central analysis and reporting. The CORC central database currently has data on over 150,000 episodes of care. Full information on CORC can be found at: www.corc.uk.net.

CAMHS EBPU is looking for a statistician to lead on managing data and developing statistical analyses for a range of projects, but most particularly for CORC. The post would suit an enthusiastic, creative, organised and self-motivated individual who is interested in statistical modelling, is highly competent in working with large datasets (including programming in whatever language is preferred), and who cares about improving the quality of mental health provision.

Full details can be found at http://www.annafreud.org/jobs.php?id=359

Kindest regards

EBPU Team



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Solutions Consultant/Data Scientist – Based in UK.

My client, a global market leading Analytics and BI software vendor, is looking for a Data Scientist to join their rapidly growing Industry Analytics Group. The successful candidate will provide analytics expertise in customer implementations and engage in methodology development. The position will require some travel to customer locations as well as research and development within the current suite of products.
Desired Skills & Experience:
*Candidates must have experience in statistical data analysis and some involvement in delivering statistical analyses as part of demonstrations, projects, engagements or deployed software applications.
*Candidates must be comfortable / fluent in speaking with senior industry personnel and be able to present/demonstrate software; and document projects e.g. results of analyses.
*Candidates must have experience with S-PLUS or R. Experience with other software environments e.g. SAS, Matlab, and/or other data mining software is a plus.

Candidates can live anywhere in EU although the priority roles are UK based (preference for South East) and must be able to travel across the Central European territory.

If you have Statistical programming skills (SAS/ S+/R) skills please send your CV to
s.chagar@jps-selection.com and call me on +44 7795 621957.

You can also send me a LinkedIn invite if we are not already connected.

Best regards,
Sap Chagar
JPS
+44 (0) 7795 621957
s.chagar@jps-selection.com



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