[R-jobs] Opening for a Data Programmer

Jim Rogers j|mr @end|ng |rom metrumrg@com
Tue May 1 23:13:37 CEST 2012

Opening for a Data Programmer (April 19, 2012)

Metrum Research Group is seeking a full-time data programmer to support our biomedical modeling and simulation services. This is an excellent opportunity to develop as a data programmer while gaining exposure to cutting edge problems in the growing field of pharmacometrics. The individual will work as an integral member of our team, based in Tariffville, CT. We provide a full benefits package and salary is competitive. Professional development is supported.

Primary responsibilities:
* Data set preparation and data quality control.
* Exploratory data analysis.
* Optimization and automation of data flow processes.
* Code review.

* Bachelor's degree.
* Connecticut residency required.
* Substantial quantitative consulting and/or research experience is highly desirable, and is required if the applicant’s degree is not in a quantitative field.
* Experience involving code management and/or data management and/or data analysis is required.
* Substantive experience with the R (or S+) language is required. Experience with other high-level languages for scripting and/or data analysis (e.g. Matlab, Python, Perl) is desirable.
* Experience with code versioning systems (e.g. Subversion) is highly desirable.
* Experience with Amazon Web Services and/or parallel computing is desirable.
* Excellent communication skills are required.
* Excellent attention to detail is required.

Metrum Research Group is a leading provider of biomedical modeling and simulation services in the U.S.A. and internationally. Founded in 2004, Metrum Research Group has worked with over 100 clients on more than 250 projects. Our experience spans R&D efforts for small molecule pharmaceuticals, biologic therapeutics, diagnostics, and medical device/drug-device combinations, across multiple therapeutic areas.

Please send resume to employment using metrumrg.com (mailto:employment using metrumrg.com) , including a brief cover letter in the body of the email. We prefer to hear directly from candidates. No recruiters please.

James A. Rogers, Ph.D.
Principal Scientist, Statistics
Metrum Research Group
www.metrumrg.com (http://www.metrumrg.com/)

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