Minimally qualified candidates will have:
•Experience developing health and population estimates and projections.
•Experience with the theory and methods of population estimation and projection and the application of demography to health and health-related issues.
•Training and experience with statistical theory, methodology, research design, and/or analytic techniques.
•Experience with integrated statistical software packages, preferably the Statistical Analysis System (SAS).
•Extensive skills in effective oral and written communication techniques.
•Experience presenting complex technical materials and reports to a wide range of audiences.
•Experience in a leadership role planning, coordinating, implementing, and/or managing informatics projects.
•Strong and effective organizational and time management skills.
In addition, well-qualified candidates will also meet at least one of the following:
•Knowledge of federal and state laws and regulations applicable to population estimates and projections.
•Experience with databases relating to health and population estimates and projections.
•Knowledge of experimental and quasi-experimental evaluation methods, survey research design and methodology, and an understanding of the limitations of social research and statistical methods.
•Experience efficiently and effectively manipulating and analyzing large databases containing numerous and complex data elements (e.g., 100+ variables, 5,000+ rows).
•Considerable skill in establishing and maintaining strong working relationships with individuals and groups with diverse interests.