Design and lead data collection efforts, conduct complex statistical analyses, and interpret resulting data for ongoing brief needs assessment, a research project evaluating contingency management psychostimulant use and a multi-partner regional clearinghouse to identify predictors of rural substance use disorder treatment response. Responsible for creating clear and useful data-based reports and recommendations for the UVM Center on Rural Addiction (UVM CORA) faculty and staff, partners, and stakeholders. Provide technical assistance on data collection, data sources, and statistics. Collaborate with the UVM CORA Clinical Core to plan and oversee research activities, validate methods, and evaluate progress and results directly-related to UVM CORA’s recent supplemental funding for projects including HRSA-requested deliverables related to COVID-19 vaccine confidence and uptake.
Master’s degree in specific or related science and three to five years’ related experience required, preferably in a related field such as statistics, behavioral or biological sciences, psychology, social work or medical areas. Experience with statistical analysis software (STATA, SAS, etc) required. Experience with the Microsoft Office suite (e.g., Word, Excel, and PowerPoint) required.
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