Location: Sylvain & Arma Wyler Children's Hospital
1) Assist with ongoing informatics projects, including data mapping with OMOP and PCORNET models, medical record ascertainment, and file integration.
2) Translate technical specifications from business analyst into SQL code.
3) Generate data deliverables.
4) Provide expert technical knowledge, understanding, and assistance with formulating data extraction scripts for filling data requests.
5) Understand technical specifications of each request for data, as well as how to optimize the organization of data deliverables.
6) Create, maintain, and expand growing body of technical domain knowledge related to data collection.
7) Provide support for projects ascertaining and integrating medical records and the preparation of data for analysis activities.
8) Prior to delivery of data, this person will assist w/data quality checks, making sure that each deliverable matches the original request specifications and that the data is of the highest quality.
9) Assist with the design and implementation of systems to support epidemiology and cohort research.
10) Conduct code review.
11) Interface regularly with research studies to enhance electronic outreach, data collection, data management, and project oversight.
12) Presentation to and coordination with internal and external stakeholders.
13) Coordination and collaboration with IPPH leadership on data related projects and initiatives.
14) Work with the Scientific Directors, Research Managers, and UChicago informatics experts in the planning, development, implementation and evaluation of research activities.
1) Ability to handle multiple tasks and assignments;
2) Excellent problem-solving skills and analytic skills.
3) Attention to detail and excellent organizational skills.
5) Strong verbal and written communication skills.
6) Ability to effectively work independently with minimal direction and as part of a team.
7) Ability to present and prepare presentations.
8) Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
9) Ability to receive technical specifications from a business analyst and to translate specifications into code.
10) Ability to communicate requirements, questions, and suggestions to a business analyst.
11) Ability to use analytical and quantitative skills and diagnostic techniques to resolve problems.
12) Ability to manage complex technical details.
13) Ability to work in a collaborative team environment.
14) Ability to handle multiple tasks and assignments.
15) Confidentiality related to sensitive University matters such as, strategic initiatives, trade secrets, quiet periods, and scientific discoveries yet to be put in the public domain.
16) High degree of diplomacy and customer focus.
17) Ability to work with a business analyst to translate requests for medical record data into SQL queries, ability to understand and to discretize data requests.
18) Ability to get up to speed on domain knowledge quickly(particularly OMOP and PCORNET models) and to understand the data limitations under; which the IPPH operates.
19) Ability to provide guidance on new data request queries, as well as refinement of previous queries.
1) Bachelors degree in a related field in biostatistics, informatics, data science, information management or related field.
Experience 1) Experience working with data management and analytics systems.
2) Experience using relevant software programs.
3) Experience creating specification documents, use cases, and other request-related documentation.
4) Experience with Epic Interfaces, biomedical data and patient health information and HIPAA.
Required Documents 1) Resume 2) Cover Letter 3) References
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