University of Washington School of Public Health
Lab Data Programmer - Statistical Center for HIV/AIDS Research & Prevention (SCHARP) at the Fred Hutch
Closing Date: open until filled
Posted: May 8, 2018
In support of research network operations, funding agency requirements, and organizational needs, the Lab Data Operations Programmer may perform some or all of the following tasks:
- Create, maintain, and modify code to receive and process laboratory data for production of datasets and/or reports.
- Create, maintain, and modify code to identify and resolve discrepancies between datasets/databases related to study specimens or assay results.
- Act as a liaison between SCHARP study teams and the external labs to ensure accurate database design and timely processing of study results.
- Work with SCHARP statisticians and external labs to define file specifications, quality checks, and dataset/file formatting.
- Collaborate with other SCHARP groups to develop and maintain standard programming quality practices including code standardization, verification and validation efforts, and associated documentation; contribute to adoption of CDISC standards as applicable
- Adhere and contribute to quality-assurance procedures, standard operating procedures and source code version control practices.
- Participate in and/or lead projects that support development or improvement of LDO processes, directing junior-level programmers and support staff as necessary.
- Work in a team environment, communicate effectively with colleagues, and be responsive to the needs of SCHARP