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Saint Louis University, a Catholic, Jesuit institution dedicated to student learning, research, health care, and service is seeking to fill a faculty appointment in the Center for Outcomes Research (SLUCOR). Specific duties will include database analysis, statistical programming, teaching, managing research projects, assisting with grant development and innovative research techniques. This non-tenure track position will be grant and contract-funded. The successful candidate must have experience with high level statistical analysis and work with large databases, as well as applicable experience in grant writing and research proposals.
Applicants should possess a PhD in the social sciences with an emphasis on population level statistics. Applicants need extensive programming, database management skills, experience using SAS statistical software and large-scale project management. Ideal candidates would have experience in teaching of undergraduate or graduate students.
The position is 1.0 FTE academic appointment at the Assistant Professor level, reporting to the Executive Director of SLUCOR.
Applications must be made online at http://jobs.slu.edu. Please include cover letter and curriculum vita. Applicants may send CV with letter describing experience and three letters of recommendation via e-mail to email@example.com. Phone calls are welcome: 314-977-9420. Review of applications begins immediately and continues until position is filled.
Saint Louis University is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer, and encourages nominations of and applications from women and minorities.
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