Data Analyst – SQl - R - SPSS
9 month Temporary contract - €50-52k pro rata
- Develop a deep understanding of the data sets available within the organisation for the purpose of this work. Have the ability to handle, quality assure and perform basic data engineering techniques to prepare this data for input to required models.
- To run existing models and create and analyse outputs.
- To work with senior clinical, planning and management stakeholders within the business and across the wide health sector to develop modelling approaches to new models or new modules of existing models and be able to translate the agreed approach into the required modelling techniques.
- Transformation of input data analysis and model outputs into clear data visualisations and/or reports to communicate findings.
- To adhere to modelling governance best practice as specified and to participate in processes to ensure consistent alignment with best practice as it evolves.
- Ability to work in a fast-paced, solutions-oriented environment.
- Possess the ability to work in teams and independently.
- Support and contribute to the strategic direction of the big data and data analytics priorities and objectives.
- Carry out any other appropriate duties or assignments as requested by the Project Lead.
- Maintain confidentiality in all aspects of work
· Experience working with R/Stata, preferably R.
· Experience working with other statistical languages
· Experience working in the area of health data analysis, data visualisation and preparation of reports.
· Demonstrates knowledge and experience relevant to the role as per the duties & responsibilities, eligibility criteria and post specific requirements of the role
· Maximises the use of ICT, demonstrating excellent computer skills particularly Microsoft Office, Outlook etc.
· Demonstrate the ability to work in line with relevant policies and procedures
· Demonstrate commitment to developing own professional knowledge and expertise
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