Alaska Mental Health Board

The Alaska Mental Health Board is recruiting the temporary expertise of a qualified researcher/analyst to support the work of the Alaska Longitudinal Child Abuse and Neglect Linkage project (ALCANLink). The ALCANLink program is located in beautiful Anchorage, Alaska, and is housed within the Maternal Child Health-Epidemiology Unit of the Alaska Division of Public Health. The researcher will work closely with the senior epidemiologist of this project and contribute substantially to data analysis and research. This position will organize and develop comprehensive data dictionaries, conduct complex statistical analyses, and develop a variety of publications including online interactive products. Being comfortable using relational data systems and coding in R is vital to success of this position.

The ALCANLink project is a novel population based mixed-design analytic study that is capable of revolutionizing the knowledge base about factors that predict and lead to trauma and adversity in childhood. If you’re interested in being a part of this emerging new data resource in Alaska, then we want to talk with you.

This is a twelve-month temporary appointment

                Salary: $61,980

                Benefits: Leave, health, life insurance, retirement and SBS            

                Appointment: 12 months (temporary)

                Job Classification: Research Analyst III, Range 18

 This position will serve the Alaska Mental Health Board/Advisory Board on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse (AMHB/ABADA) and will be located within the Maternal and Child Health Epidemiology Unit in the Alaska Division of Public Health.  For more information on ABDADA’s work please visit http://dhss.alaska.gov/abada/Pages/default.aspx, and for more information on the MCH-Epidemiology Unit’s work, please visit http://dhss.alaska.gov/dph/wcfh/Pages/mchepi/default.aspx

We’re looking for: Someone familiar with data management, data analytics, epidemiology, SQL coding, and R statistical platform is desired. Manipulating data and creating reports, infographics, publications, and presentations will be key duties of this position. If you have these desirable skills and are interested in learning more about this position, please contact Jared Parrish.

Jared Parrish Phd

(907) 269-8068

jared.parrish@alaska.gov


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