Type: Contract
Duration: At least 6 months
Location: Cranston, RI

This is a remote position.  Seeking a SAS Programmer – Data Analyst to conduct data processing and analysis to support a COVID-19 Unit. Looking for intermediate and advanced SAS with data processing analysis skills.

Candidate must be able to provide support a minimum of 35 hours a week minimum, with ability to work off-hour shifts, weekends, and holidays as needed to support COVID-19 Unit response requirements. Length of contract dependent on resource needs and funding availability.

Responsibilities:

In general, these roles may include review and analysis of surveillance data or contact tracing operational data, creation of dashboards, data integration, epidemiological tracking, review and cleaning of data, processing of complex data from a relational database, project management.

  • Merge and subset data
  • Synthesize repeated measure data
  • Manage duplicate records and strategies to de-dup
  • Work with both character and numeric data and be able to convert between the two when appropriate, especially with dates
  • Work with both character and numeric data and be able to convert between the two when appropriate, especially with dates
  • Create tabular reports using proc frequency, proc tabulate
  • Use macro variables and to write macro programs
  • Perform other duties as assigned by supervisor

Minimum Qualifications:

Candidate must have sufficient education, training, and experience to demonstrate the possession and direct application of the work.

Skills, Knowledge, and Abilities:

  • Minimum two years of advanced level experience in data collection and analysis (not including coursework)
  • Minimum one year of SAS programming experience (not including coursework) including ability to:
  • Ability to operationalize an analysis request and independently determine suitable output.
  • Ability to manage multiple sources of online communication (email, conference calls, Teams) to stay connected in a remote environment.
  • Strong experience with Excel.
  • SAS certification a plus.

Education and Experience:

  • A Bachelor’s degree in a health-care related field with coursework in statistics; and two years of experience performing statistical work in a Public Health and/or community-based health environment or the equivalent education, training, and experience.
  • Experience with Salesforce a plus.

About TCC
Founded in 1996 in Indianapolis, IN, The Consultants Consortium (TCC) is an innovative solutions provider committed to designing and delivering high-value, cost-effective IT consulting services and application technology solutions for both the private and public sectors. With a team of more than 250 IT and business professionals, TCC serves clients nationwide, from state and federal government agencies to commercial sector customers. TCC is committed to providing the most cutting edge solutions, and with that, ensures they stay up-to-date on crucial certifications and affiliations. Among these are the highly accredited Microsoft Certifications.

At TCC, we know that having a strong company culture is paramount in sustaining the success and stability of the company, especially within the information technology industry. That’s why we place our focus on the people who make our success possible: our employees, partners and clients. We strive to create an environment that preserves and fosters growth while still promoting the DNA of our company.

Our core values:
• Building strong, reliable relationships with our employees, our partners and our clients
• Upholding integrity, honesty and respect
• Supporting our local community
• Encouraging continued education and development

Equal Opportunity Employer, including disabled and veterans.

To apply for this position please visit our website https://www.e-tcc.com/open-positions

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