Clinical Research Informaticist Sr.
Clinical Research Informatics
Duke Clinical Research Institute
The Clinical Research Informaticist, Sr. position is a leadership role on
significantly large &/or complex (often novel) clinical research projects.
This includes the development, use & evaluation of standards, models,
processes & systems to optimize the design & conduct of clinical &
translational research. The Informaticist, Sr. has an understanding of the
broader biomedical informatics practices including medical computing,
terminology & healthcare processes. Expert knowledge & routine
contribution to the domain of clinical research informatics is expected.
The ideal candidate has significant domain experience within one or more
specialty area of clinical/ translational research & maintain knowledge of
terminologies & coding procedures. In addition, be able to independently
perform highly complex data analyst functions to generate knowledge via data
mining, visualization or other analytics.
Work requires graduation from an accredited Master’s degree program providing
training in biomedical informatics, or related field of study & 5 years of
biomedical informatics experience to include 1 year of supervisory experience;
or completion of a Bachelor’s degree with 7 years of experience supporting
biomedical informatics projects, including 2 years in clinical or translational
research, plus one year of supervisory experience. Ph.D. preferred.
For a full job description, go to http://www.hr.duke.edu/jobs/apply/index.php
& search for requisition # 400855492