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    Applications received as a result of job fairs, recruitment events, and emergency hiring mechanisms in support of this hiring initiative will also be accepted during the duration of the direct-hire authority.

    This recruitment will be used to fill Statistician positions that work with general public health data and on Opioid specific data.

    **Applicants please note: Additional selections may be made across the Department of Health and Human Services through this vacancy announcement.**

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    This position is located in the Bureau of Primary Health Care (BPHC), and may be filled throughout various BPHC's program offices located in Rockville, MD.

    These positions are located in the following offices:
    Office of Quality Improvement, Division of Data and Evaluation, Office of Strategic Business Operations, Organizational Development Division, Office of Policy and Program Development, & Strategic Initiatives & Planning Division

    As a Statistician, you will provide conceptual, programmatic, and technical guidance for the statistical analysis of BPHC's programs. Specifically, you will:

    General statistician positions:

    • Advise on the development and implementation of data management plans as well as provide statistical consultation to support program analyses and program evaluations.
    • Design and conduct data management activities including data cleaning and preparation of standard reports.
    • Provide advice and expertise on data collection analyses and methodology.
    • Identify, design, and conduct analyses of program data.
    • Prepare written materials of a scientific nature such as summaries or reports of study findings, analytic reports, progress reports, FAQs, talking points, power point slides, and scientific publication materials
    • Present on findings of analytics and scientific studies to HRSA staff, Federal partners, and the external community.
    • Select appropriate techniques for obtaining data for program purposes assuring the adequacy and accuracy of the data and identifying significant factors that may affect results from analysis of data.
    • Use statistical software (e.g., SAS, SPPS, STATA, Tableau etc.) and data management software (e.g., SQL etc.) to manipulate, interpret, and analyze mid-to-large data sets.
    Opioid related statistician positions:
    • Analyze and assesses the integration and sustainability of substance use disorder services in the health center workforce.
    • Evaluate health center impact on drug and opioid-related mortality across various geospatial counties, states, and regions in the United States.
    • Assess the allocation and impact of BPHC opioid supplemental funding and investments to improve health outcomes.
    • Develop statistical analyses to compare health center performance relative to other health care settings, national benchmarks, and surveillance data.
    • Track and develops statistical models to predict where BPHC investments can be maximized to have the highest impact in addressing substance use disorders.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - Approximately 5 percent domestic travel may be required.

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