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Job Req ID:  6053

Programmer Analyst

Role/Level/Range: ATP/03/PC

Starting Salary Range:   $24.86-$34.21

Employee group: Casual/On-Call

Schedule: M-F, up to 27 hrs/wk.       

Employee subgroup: Non-Exempt

Department name: School of Public Health             

Personnel area: Epidemiology


General summary/purpose:


Develop a Stata command to perform mixtures of generalized gammas for the analysis of competing risks. The command will be used by future students in the Advanced Methods for the Design and Analysis of Cohort Studies course.


Specific Duties/Responsibilities:


  1. Develop software to create a new command to be contributed to Stata.
  2. Develop a stata command to perform competing risks analyses using a mixture of generalized gamma distributions.
  3. Work closely with PI and a current second year PhD student to develop the stata program conducive to contributing a command to stata that anyone can use.
  4. Software will be utilized by students in amdacs to be used for analysis of the data for their projects.



Minimum qualifications:


Bachelor’s degree and one (1) year related experience.


Preferred qualifications:


PhD degree.


Special knowledge, skills, and abilities:


Advanced programming in Stata.



School of Public Health - East Baltimore Campus

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