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BioBank Assistant

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Summary

the Maine Medical Center (MMC) BioBank is located at MMC, 22 Bramhall St. Portland, ME. The BioBank collects biospecimens after surgical procedures that would otherwise be discarded, following an IRB approved protocol and with patient informed consent. These biospecimens are an important resource and support the research of our physicians and scientists.

Following training, the person in this position will be responsible for:

  • Following departmental protocols, procedures, policies to maintain quality operations.
  • Interacting with patients to obtain consent for bio-specimen donation.
  • Evaluating, processing, storing, and distributing bio-specimens (blood, tissue, etc.) for research.
  • Working within electronic database to enter and retrieve specimen inventory and clinical data.
  • Interacting with collaborators through written and oral communication.
  • Performing daily quality control and equipment monitoring (centrifuges, freezers, refrigerators, balance).
  • Working under the general supervision of the Research Program Director or designee. 

The ideal candidate has an Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree in biological or health sciences.

Position Summary

Conducts a variety of BioBank procedures under the general supervision of the Research Program Director or designee.  Assists BioBank personnel and other medical personnel as appropriate. Set up, process, and maintain the day-to-day technical tasks of the BioBank. Must be able to recognize problems or deviations in BioBank process and procedure and notify appropriate personnel. Masters routine techniques and procedures relevant to overall goals of the BioBank. Position availability is directly related to grant funding and/or BioBank revenue stream

Required Minimum Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

  1. Education: Associate degree in related field required. Bachelor’s degree preferred.
  2. License/Certifications: N/A
  3. ExperienceOne year of relevant experience preferred.
  4. Interpersonal skills necessary to communicate and work effectively.
  5. Visual acuity, manual dexterity, math skills and a scientific acumen are required.

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Clinical Research Nurse Coordinator 

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Summary

  • Position Summary
    • The Research Nurse Coordinator is responsible for the execution and conduct of Clinical trials while following FDA and GCP regulations and guidance.  The Research Nurse Coordinator will collaborate with the Sponsor, Regulatory team, Principal Investigator, Sub-investigators, other study personnel and the outpatient departments where this study is being conducted.  Study coordination tasks include identifying, screening and confirming eligibility of potential study patients, conducting an informed consent discussion with potential patients, coordinating study visits and procedures, following patients for safety throughout the study, collecting and entering data into appropriate electronic data capture systems, maintaining regulatory documents and closing out the study at its completion. 
  • Regulatory/Compliance Management
    • Conducts all research activities within an ethically based framework and in accordance with good clinical practice, i.e. federal, state, and institutional requirements; maintains all institutional and regulatory documents, including IRB documents, grants, contracts, study data, patient charts, and financial records.
    • Develops and/or evaluates new research protocols, considering feasibility of conduct as the site.
    • Collaborates with other departments to plan and implement relevant aspects of the protocol.
    • Assures subject safety throughout the clinical trial.
  • Research Project Management
    • Participates in all aspects of a research study, including but not limited to:  assist in budget development, site initiation, informed consent process, test articles accountability, study closeout.
  • May perform other duties as assigned.

Required Minimum Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

  1. Education: See “License/Certifications”
  2. License/Certifications: Current license to practice as a Registered Nurse in the State of Maine. 
  3. Experience: N/A
  4. Interpersonal and communication skills to interact effectively with patients, families and other healthcare providers. Ability to collaborate with multiple disciplines and departments.
  5. Knowledge of current research related policies and procedures as well as appropriate process for initiating revisions.
  6. Thorough knowledge of theory, practice, principles, processes and issues of nursing usually acquired through 2-3 years of clinical experience.
  7. Analytical ability necessary to keep records, maintain inventory levels and perform data entry.
  8. Ability to manage complex projects through all phases of development, implementation, and follow-up.
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Clinical Research Coordinator II – Autism & Developmental Disorders Research Program

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Summary

POSITION SUMMARY

    • Make a difference by working in clinical research studies of children with autism and other developmental disabilities.  This position will coordinate the activities of enrollment and data collection for a range of protocol designs to ensure participant safety and protocol compliance in accordance with the code of federal regulations and good clinical practice

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

Study Coordination

    • Identify, screen and interview potential study subjects and their families.
    • Conduct the informed consent process with potential participants and their families.  This includes explaining the project and all associated benefits/risks, answering any questions, obtaining signatures on legal documents and providing continual informed consent throughout protocol participation.
    • Ensure the safety and protection of subjects enrolled in a research study.
    • Schedule subject assessments/visits as necessary.
    • Assure all study tests, visits, and assessments are done at appropriate time intervals.  
    • Biospecimen sample collection and processing (such as blood, saliva, etc.) 
    • Observe participants and review medical records to record required protocol data and document protocol adherence
    • Assess subjects for signs of potential adverse events. Report all suspected adverse events to the appropriate personnel/regulatory agencies.
    • Complete case report forms by obtaining, compiling, and maintaining necessary documentation.
    • Facilitate studies by coordinating study related activities with other departments and staff.

Compliance and Audit Coordination

    • Comply with FDA regulations and International Conference on Harmonization(ICH)/Good Clinical Practice (GCP) guidelines for conducting clinical trials.
    • Coordinate and maintain regulatory documents, including the Institutional Review Board (IRB) application, research plan and writing the informed consent.
    • Facilitate inspections and audits from industry personnel and regulatory agencies including internal reviews.
    • Demonstrates competency in informed consent.
    • Certification by the Association of Clinical Research Professionals or Society of Clinical Research Associates expected within two years of hire.

Collaboration

    • Provide day to day support to Clinical Research Coordinator I roles on the Autism and Developmental Disorders research team
    • Develop collaborative relationships with Spring Harbor Hospital personnel and other external organizations in the support of conducting active research protocols
    • Be a primary resource to Clinical Research Coordinators from outside institutions that are part of the Autism and Developmental Disorders Inpatient Research Collaborative (ADDIRC)
    • Collaborate on the design of departmental research projects.
    • Collaborate in the development of research related data collection methods.  This includes designing case report forms, and associated databases.

Communication

    • Interact with industry and community personnel involved with potential and ongoing scientific research.  
    • Coordinates activities of the Autism and Developmental Disorders Inpatient Research Collaborative (ADDIRC). This includes orienting new research coordinator members, scheduling meetings, setting agendas, facilitating network CRC meetings and keeping minutes.

Required Minimum Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

  1. Education: Bachelor’s degree in a health science or related field required.
  2. License/Certifications:Certification by the Association of Clinical Research Professionals or Society of Clinical Research Associates preferred.
  3. Experience: 2 years of clinical experience in a healthcare setting required.
  4. Knowledge of basic statistical principles and methods.
  5. Ability to function independently and as part of a team.
  6. Excellent communication skills, verbal and written.
  7. Demonstrable computer competency in Microsoft Word and Excel.
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Lead Clinical Research Coordinator – Autism and Developmental Disorders Research

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Summary

Make a difference by working in clinical research studies of children with autism and other developmental disabilities.  This position will lead and coordinate the activities of enrollment and data collection for a range of protocol designs to ensure participant safety and protocol compliance in accordance with the code of federal regulations and good clinical practice

Required Minimum Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

  1. Education: Bachelor’s degree in a health science or related field required.
  2. License/Certifications: Certification by the Association of Clinical Research Professionals or Society of Clinical Research Associates preferred.
  3. Experience: 2 years of clinical experience in a healthcare setting required.
  4. Knowledge of basic statistical principles and methods.
  5. Ability to function independently and as part of a team.
  6. Excellent communication skills, verbal and written.
  7. Demonstrable computer competency in Microsoft Word and Excel.

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Lead Clinical Trial Regulatory Coordinator

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Summary

This is an administrative position responsible for initiating and maintaining regulatory documentation associated with clinical trials throughout the lifecycle of each study.  This position will take a lead role in training and ongoing operations support of other Regulatory Coordinators.

Required Minimum Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

  1. Education: Bachelor’s degree in a health science or related field required.
  2. License/Certifications:  Certification by the Association of Clinical Research Professionals or Society of Clinical Research Associates preferred.
  3. Experience: 2 years of clinical experience in a healthcare setting required.
  4. Knowledge of basic statistical principles and methods.
  5. Ability to function independently and as part of a team.
  6. Excellent communication skills, verbal and written.
  7. Demonstrable computer competency in Microsoft Word and Excel.

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Manager – Clinical Trials Financial Operations

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Summary

Under the general direction of the Director of Clinical Trials Office, the Manager of Clinical Trials Financial Operations will plan and implement strategic direction for the Clinical Trials Financial Operations department. This position is responsible for the overall clinical research financial management for MaineHealth. This role will direct the work of the Clinical Trials Financial Operations staff, manage program resources and ensure the financial success of individual and program level projects.

Minimum Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Required

  1. Bachelor’s Degree required and 5 to 7 years of experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience required.
  2.  Master’s Degree preferred, preferably in business administration, accounting, finance, or equivalent experience.
  3. Five to seven years of progressively greater responsibility with experience in one or more of the following areas: clinical research operations, hospital and professional billing, grants management and finance.
  4.  Proven ability to interact with all levels of senior leadership internal and external to the organization.
  5. Strong knowledge of financial management, healthcare billing and reimbursement, financial systems, and facilities.
  6. Ability to manage multiple responsibilities in a time-sensitive manner while working effectively with diverse internal and external constituencies.

Essential Functions

Operations Management

  • Monitor the success of clinical trials throughout the research financial life cycle.
  • Management of Clinical Trial portfolios for individual investigators, Departments, Divisions, Sites and the Institution.
  • Plays a key role in the determination of feasibility and likelihood of success for a clinical trial by assisting with logistics and other factors relating to the success of a clinical trial.
  • Develop reports to evaluate performance of clinical trial projects, portfolios, and programs.
  • Conduct regular meetings with investigators and leadership to review financial performance of studies and portfolios.
  • Identify key performance indicators to drive the success of clinical trials and programs.
  • Manage and provides oversight for implementation and use of the Clinical Trials Management System and adherence to billing compliance.
  • Provide oversight ensuring that the routine financial and business operations of the Clinical Trials Office are conducted in an efficient, effective and compliant manner.
  • Plays a key role in the development or revision of policies and procedures, with the focus on those that guide the operations of the financial aspects of the Clinical Trials Office.

Supervision

  • Manage and supervise direct reports.
  • Performs all functions of personnel management.
  • Develop educational materials and conduct training of Clinical Trial Budget Analysts and new Clinical Trials Business Managers.

Collaboration

  • Works closely with the Director to ensure that initiatives to increase the efficiency and compliance of the financial aspects of Clinical Trials are implemented.
  • Works with investigators to identify opportunities for funding of clinical trials.
  • Works closely with potential industry and community sponsors to identify opportunities beneficial to MaineHealth’s clinical trials program.
  • Works with investigators to find creative ways to advance research goals while meeting financial needs and challenges.
  • Works collaboratively with Accounting, Medicare Coverage Analysts, Billing Compliance, Grants and Contracts to find ways to improve the startup, conduct and financial closeout of clinical trials.
  • Works with CTO leadership and staff to find new ways to improve processes and procedures.
  • Collaborate with the team on necessary updates to the Clinical Trials Management System to support the efficient and compliant conduct of Clinical Trials.
  • Represents the Clinical Trials Office on relevant institutional committees and workgroups for which the focus is directly related to the position’s primary responsibilities.

Postdoctoral Fellow in Clinical Psychology

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Summary

Maine Medical Center is seeking a Postdoctoral Clinical / Research Fellow for a psychiatric hospital setting with rich and varied training opportunities. These include work in a well-established early psychosis program (PIER), research program (Woodberry, PI) and new hub for statewide expansion, a network of integrated mental and physical healthcare, child, adolescent, and adult psychiatry clinics, and specialized training in evidence-based care: e.g., Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Psychosis, Complicated Grief Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and Exposure and Response Prevention.

Portland, Maine is a community rich in cultural and outdoor opportunities, under 2 hours from Boston and 6 hours from New York, and identified as one of the best places to live in the United States.

The position, working closely with Dr. Kristen Woodberry at the Maine Medical Center Research Institute and Dr. Meredith Charney at Maine Medical Center, will include a rich combination of clinical training, teaching, and specialized research, the latter with adolescents and young adults at high risk for or with a recently diagnosed psychotic disorder, and mental health screening and triage within integrated care. This position offers flexibility for a postdoctoral fellow to negotiate an individualized training plan with a minimum of 30% effort devoted to conducting clinical research.

The Maine state and SAMHSA-funded first episode program, PIER, provides coordinated specialty care (CSC) including multifamily group psychoeducation, CBT for psychosis, case management, supported education and employment, cognitive enhancement therapy, and peer and family partner supports. PIER and its partner program, RESILIENCE, are expanding their capacity to serve as the hub for expanded statewide programming. Building on a long history of leadership in the treatment of Clinical High Risk for Psychosis (CHRP) syndromes in adolescents and young adults, the PIER program has been awarded a SAMHSA grant to begin stepped care of this population in 2023. The PIER model which will be closely affiliated with the first episode program will embrace a public health approach of strengthening community care for lower risk youth and providing team-based care for higher risk youth.

There is very strong potential for ongoing career development in Maine as early psychosis programming expands.

The Clinical/Research Fellow conducts a variety of complex research procedures and is able to conduct independent research in consultation with the principal investigator. The research fellow has a sufficient level of experience, expertise and independence to conduct a defined research project, including project inception and design, implementation, and completion, with reporting of results in a peer reviewed forum consisting of oral and written presentations.

The ideal candidate will have a doctoral degree (e.g. PhD, MD, DO, DVM, PharmD) in clinical psychology or related field; training and/or experience with adolescents and young adults and with individuals experiencing psychotic symptoms and mood or psychotic disorders; specific training and experience in specialized early psychosis clinical care or research; training and experience with structured clinical assessments, e.g., the Structured Clinical Interview of DSM-IV or 5 Disorders (SCID), and the Structured Interview of Psychosis-risk Syndromes (SIPS), and the Social and Role Scales (GF-S, GF-R); and be looking to develop an independent clinical or research career in Maine related to early intervention in psychosis, the integration of mental and physical healthcare for adolescents and young adults, rural mental health, peer and family support, and/or diagnostic assessment and evidence-based treatments for adolescents, adults, and families. Regardless of career goals and individualized training plan, candidates will have opportunity to complete hours for licensing and obtain specialized training in assessment and early psychosis treatments. Opportunities may be available to conduct neuropsychological assessments under supervision.

The current Woodberry research program is focused on the following project areas: 1) establishing psychosis screening norms and procedures for use in primary care settings serving adolescents and young adults; 2) rural pathways to care and specialized psychosis service delivery; 3) cognitive enhancement therapy and social skills training for schizophrenia spectrum disorders through a PCORI comparative effectiveness trial; 4) peer and family support during and prior to Coordinated Specialty Care referral or intake; and 5) building a strong research partnership with individuals with lived experience of psychosis. Collaborative or independent research projects with other MaineHealth faculty can be negotiated according to fellow interests. Opportunities are also available to work with collaborative projects and databases. The person hired will be supported in taking leadership, participating in trainings, publishing, and seeking independent funding for research within current or complementary project areas.

FMI, please contact Kristen Woodberry, Kristen.Woodberry@mainehealth.org

Note:  The MaineHealth application, a cover letter, and a resume are all mandatory when applying for this position.

Position Summary

Conducts a variety of complex research procedures and is able to conduct independent research in consultation with the principal investigator. The research fellow has a sufficient level of experience, expertise and independence to conduct a defined research project, including project inception and design, implementation, and completion, with reporting of results in a peer reviewed forum consisting of oral and written presentations.

Minimum Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Required

  1. Education:  A doctoral degree (e.g. PhD, MD, DO, DVM, PharmD)
  2. License/Certifications: N/A
  3. Experience: N/A
  4. The ability to comply with research regulations, standards, and policies, and established skills in good research practice, data collection and analysis.
  5. Communication skills that are sufficiently developed that the individual at this level will be able to present research results at regional and national research conferences.

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Program Coordinator – Center for Molecular Medicine

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Summary

Performs both administrative and professional duties supporting MaineHealth Institute for Research Programs. Responsible for coordinating the day-to-day activities of the Center for Molecular Medicine (CMM), working in close alliance with the CMM Center Director. Will facilitate programs, maximize their outreach, coordinate medium and large hybrid meetings and seminars, and coordinate travel hospitality for seminar guests.  Assures all program related activities are carried out successfully and in a timely manner.  Acts as the liaison with all levels of staff participating in the CMM and may also be the liaison to the greater community.  May direct and supervise staff member(s) assigned to the program.

Experience in a healthcare setting, with laboratory operations, and with protocol submissions are preferred though not required.

Essential Functions

  • Supports Center for Molecular Medicine programs
  • Ensures smooth running and fulfillment of program initiatives, including medical research and education.
  • Acts as the main point of contact for the Director, Center for Molecular Medicine.
  •  Maintains departmental statistics and financial records for purposes of supporting departmental/program budget and/or grant funding.
  • Coordinates standardized systems of service and development of program materials.

Minimum Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Required

  1. EducationBachelor’s degree or equivalent work experience in related field.
  2. License/Certifications: N/A
  3. Experience: See “Education.” Approximately one to two years related work experience.
  4. Knowledge of project management, and educational practices.
  5. Basic knowledge of healthcare systems, with previous experience in healthcare industry and customer service preferred.
  6. Strong verbal and written communication skills, including drafts of correspondence and other written materials.
  7. Strong software and computer skills, including Microsoft Office (including Power Point, Access, and Excel), database development and website development, Strong interpersonal skills and demonstrated ability to provide excellent customer service and maintain relationships with individuals from diverse backgrounds.
  8. Ability to work both independently and to collaborate with teams of individuals in diverse settings.
  9. Analytical ability to gather and interpret data in situation where the problems are moderately complex.
  10. Ability to concentrate and pay close attention to detail.

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Research Associate – Exercise Specialist for Pediatric Weight Management Program

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Summary

Bright Bodies is looking for a physical activity expert to join our program!

Bright Bodies is a family-oriented, non-diet approach program that stresses healthy food and lifestyle choices as well as self-esteem and self-efficacy. We offer nutrition/ behavior modification classes and physical activities to kids with obesity and their families. Bright Bodies is looking for an exercise specialist to lead and facilitate physical activities on Tuesday and Thursday evenings at Stephen’s Memorial Hospital in Norway, Maine. This position will work with a registered dietician and a clinical social worker.

We are looking for someone who has the following:

  • Training/certificate/degree/experience with physical activity
  • Experience with kids
  • Availability on Tuesday and Thursday evenings

Job Duties Include:

  • Facilitating a 45 minute physical activity twice per week for up to thirty kids ages 8-12yo
  • Set up/pick up for the program
  • Attend weekly staff meeting
  • Help collect/record data for the program (weight, height, BMI measurements)
  • Participate in Bright Bodies training

Position Summary

Conducts a variety of complex laboratory procedures and is able to conduct independent research in consultation with the principal investigator. The research associate has a sufficient level of experience, expertise and independence to conduct a defined research project with overall responsibility for its inception, implementation and completion with reporting of results in a peer reviewed forum. Position availability is directly related to grant funding.

Minimum Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Required

  1. Demonstrated ability above that of the Research Associate II.
  2. Communication skills that are sufficiently developed that the individual at this level will be able to present research results at regional and national research conferences.
  3. Visual acuity, manual dexterity, math skills and a scientific acumen are required.
  4. Master’s degree in relevant field.
  5. 6+ years of relevant experience with Master’s degree.

Research Coordinator II – Clinical Trials Office

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Summary

The Clinical Research Coordinator II position involves many aspects of research coordination. This person will play a key role in bringing clinical trial opportunities closer to home for cancer patients across our MaineHealth Cancer Care Network. This includes collaboration with the Principle Investigator, Program Coordinator, Study Center, and relevant MMC Departments.  The primary responsibilities include study coordination and acting as a resource person for studies.

Position Summary

  • This is a clinical and technical position responsible for coordinating clinical research.

Minimum Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Required

  1. Education: Bachelor’s degree in a health science or related field required.
  2. License/Certifications: Certification by the Association of Clinical Research Professionals or Society of Clinical Research Associates preferred.
  3. Experience: 2 years of clinical experience in a healthcare setting required.
  4. Knowledge of basic statistical principles and methods.
  5. Ability to function independently and as part of a team.
  6. Excellent communication skills, verbal and written.
  7. Demonstrable computer competency in Microsoft Word and Excel.

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Senior Biostatistician/Senior Epidemiologist

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Summary

The Center for Interdisciplinary Population & Health Research (CIPHR) at the MaineHealth Institute for Research (MHIR) seeks to hire a senior faculty member with health-related research experience and expertise in biostatistics and epidemiology. The successful candidate will serve as a Faculty Scientist at the MaineHealth Institute for Research (MHIR) and will receive an equivalent faculty appointment (Associate or Full Professor) within the Tufts University School of Medicine, commensurate with qualifications and experience. This position will have significant leadership and management responsibilities, and candidates with prior leadership experience will be prioritized. The position will involve consulting with and mentoring other faculty and staff on relevant research methods, grant applications, and publications. The Senior Biostatistician/Senior Epidemiologist will provide statistical and epidemiological expertise and input to facilitate optimal operations for CIPHR, MHIR, and related functional areas.

This faculty position will report to the CIPHR Center Director. CIPHR is a research center within the MHIR that supports the advancement of health services, behavioral, and translational research at MaineHealth.  CIPHR serves as the focal point for health care professionals, scientists, and data analysts across MaineHealth to foster multidisciplinary collaborations that bring together diverse skills and talents to pursue research and education. In addition, MHIR and CIPHR cultivate strong research and educational collaborations with external partners including Northeastern University’s Roux Institute, University of New England, University of Southern Maine, University of Vermont, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, Tufts Clinical and Translational Science Institute, The Jackson Laboratory, other health care delivery systems, community organizations, and state and local government agencies.

The Senior Biostatistician/Senior Epidemiologist will lead the CIPHR analytic group, including directly supervising a growing team of data analysts. In addition to leading this team, the candidate will consult with faculty and clinical investigators regarding applied research and will engage in collaborative research. They may also develop and conduct original methodological research if they desire. They will support proposals to secure external funding, and contribute to our educational mission, including teaching post-docs and faculty across the various sponsored fellowships and other educational programs.

The Senior Biostatistician/Senior Epidemiologist will contribute to study design, data management, programming, statistical analyses, and manuscript/grant development. This position requires a scientist who can manage a team of data analysts who create, clean, and prepare analytical datasets. The Senior Biostatistician/Senior Epidemiologist will have the following additional responsibilities: 1) to conduct primary statistical analyses of a complex nature, 2) to play an integral role in design of new research studies and databases related to various aspects of data collection, and 3) to provide training and support in statistical and data-related principles to other staff members. The Senior Biostatistician/Senior Epidemiologist must be able to multi-task, problem-solve, and apply creative solutions to new and unexpected situations with limited supervision. The Senior Biostatistician/Senior Epidemiologist must be able to communicate effectively verbally and through written materials with collaborators.

This is a full-time, 12-month position, to start as soon as possible. The CIPHR analytic group will be essential in achieving CIPHR and MHIR’s research and educational missions.

We seek experienced individuals with prior research experience and funding. Experience with federal funding (e.g., R awards at NIH/AHRQ or equivalent) is required. Specific areas of interest include expertise in pragmatic trials, step-wedge designs, longitudinal data, administrative claims data, survey data, causal inference, cluster-randomized trials, and analysis of electronic health records.

Candidates interested in a fully on-site or a hybrid (some on-site/some remote) work model will be considered.

For More Information:  Contact Dr. Kevin Stein, Kevin.Stein@mainehealth.org.

Application, resume and cover letter are all required for consideration.

Responsibilities / Examples of Work Performed

  • Provide statistical/methodological support and consultation to MaineHealth faculty and staff
  • Directly supervise data analysts in the CIPHR analytic group with multidisciplinary expertise
  • Serve as a mentor for faculty career development awards
  • Serve as a co-investigator on other research studies and direct an independent research program if desired
  • Serve on CIPHR and MHIR committees as a faculty representative

Minimum Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Required

  1. Education: Doctoral degree in relevant biomedical discipline
  2. License/Certifications: N/A
  3. Experience: 5 years of experience as a Faculty Scientist I (or Assist Prof)
  4. Demonstrated ability to read, write, and speak English effectively
  5. Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  6. Outstanding interpersonal skills.
  7. Visual acuity, manual dexterity, math skills and a scientific acumen are required.
  8. Successful track record of R01 funding or equivalent research support
  9. First or Senior author publications in major peer-reviewed journals
  10. Evidence of beginning of national recognition in selected field as demonstrated by invited presentations at national meetings and invited reviews for major publications
  11. Demonstrated ability to design and conduct novel and potentially high impact research
  12. Evidence of significant mentorship and teaching accomplishments
  13. Evidence of significant institutional citizenship

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