Prevention Science Research Analyst Jobs Vacancy in The Scientific Consulting Group Inc Rockville
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The Scientific Consulting Group, Inc. has an immediate need for a Prevention Science Research Analyst to be based on-site supporting the communication needs of our federal client.
The science research analyst will perform a variety of analytical and program coordination tasks to promote and facilitate activities and effective planning. This position will work directly with the designated client point of contact and other staff as directed to carry out scientific tasks and program responsibilities.
Responsibilities and Duties
Responsibilities will include but are not limited to tasks and responsibilities as outlined below:
- Assist with the planning and implementation of qualitative and quantitative scientific analyses of our clients prevention research portfolio to identify research gaps and areas of opportunity. Prepare presentations, reports, tables, and graphs, as appropriate, to present information.
- Assist with the identification and evaluation of common metrics of impact for prevention research across NIH (e.g., co-author networks, number of publications, citations in a specific topic area).
- Provide support for trans-NIH prevention research committees coordinated by our client including, preparation of presentations/talking points, agendas, meeting materials, and monitoring action items.
- Conduct literature reviews to examine the current state of prevention research and prepare clear and concise reports summarizing and synthesizing the body of work.
- Participate in the planning and implementation of seminars and workshops to assess the current state-of-the science of disease prevention and support the development of related collaborative efforts with NIH Institutes and Centers.
- Support the ongoing development and implementation of electronic directories of data on NIH staff and prevention scientists’ methodological and content area expertise. Activities include, but are not limited to searching current literature to identify and invite prevention researchers to add their information to the relevant directory and vetting entries for appropriateness and completeness.
- Develop innovative strategies for promoting the use of prevention research and methods-related tools developed by our client. Activities include the development of training programs for NIH staff on the use of these tools, organizing and maintaining up-to-date distribution lists that can be used by our client to contact NIH and staff and prevention researchers to facilitate communication about these tools, etc.
- Assist with the development of prevention research success stories by keeping current on prevention research via the review of literature, attendance at meetings, workshops, or other forums, as requested.
- Reports and other requested products are produced by or ahead of deadlines and are in line with the assigned objectives. They are of high quality with no content inaccuracies and minimal editorial errors.
- Products and results include, but are not limited, to providing findings and options to the designated project coordinator with recommendations provided being research-based, concise and relevant to the task at hand.
- Active participation in frequent discussions regarding a range of program activities to inform and constructively address the issue or issues that have been identified. As appropriate, this will include citing the positive and negative implications of possible decisions, choices or options.
- Develop and support productive relationships with client staff and other NIH staff to promote input on and coordination of trans-NIH prevention research activities.
Qualifications and Skills
- MPH or Ph.D. or equivalent degree with experience in public health, epidemiology, biostatistics and/or the design and analytic methods used in disease prevention research
- At least 3 years of related experience required.
- Experience in portfolio analysis, data management and knowledge of statistical programs strongly desired.
- Experience with bibliometric and impact analysis strongly desired.
- Ability to work independently on multiple time-sensitive projects simultaneously with strong organizational skills required.
- Excellent teamwork skills.
- Strong analytical and organizational skills required.
- Strong written and oral communications skills required.
- Proficiency in the use of Excel to manage data.
- Experience in conducting meetings via Webex desirable.
- Ability to obtain and maintain access to NIH systems (e.g., QVR) required.
- Ability to obtain and maintain a Level 1 security clearance.
Interested candidates should submit resume and cover letter stating salary requirements.
SCG is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.
Job Type: Full-time
- bibliometric and impact analysis: 1 year
- public health, epidemiology, biostatistics: 3 years