Clinical Data Analyst

  • Thrive Health
  • Remote
  • May 27, 2020
Full time   Software

Job Description

Are you motivated to work on products that have a meaningful impact? At Thrive Health, our mission is to build software products to fundamentally improve the Canadian healthcare system for patients, their families and friends, clinicians, and healthcare staff. We are a Vancouver-based tech startup founded by the former CEOs of three notable companies: Crystal Decisions, Pulse Energy, and Eupraxia Pharmaceuticals. Our distributed team is cross-functional and features clinical, business, technical, creative, and artistic talent.

The Opportunity

We’re looking for an energetic person to join our cross-functional Data Analysis & Reporting team as a full-time Clinical Data Analyst. As a member of this team you’ll work with numerous internal and external stakeholders to design, analyze, and steward the reporting products that will help our healthcare customers make effective decisions. We are a fast-moving tech start-up. We are especially interested in expertise from public health and epidemiology. New entrants to the field are welcome to apply.

Responsibilities

  • Ensure our data outputs are insightful and clinically valuable
  • Steward insightful clinical analysis and suggestions for deeper dives
  • Clearly and repeatedly communicate findings, considerations, data limitations, conclusions, and ideas
  • Work closely with the team of Data Scientists, Analysts, and Product Management to deliver valuable reporting products and insights
  • Ideate areas for additional analysis
  • Help to identify, nurture and manage strategic partnerships and research collaborations with external experts, policymakers, health administrators, and academics
  • Editing and reviewing reports, as well as identifying areas for rigor
  • Maintaining a literature review for relevant topics

Requirements

  • Expertise in a healthcare analysis field such as public health or epidemiology
  • Experience working with relational databases and complex data sets.
  • Experience in developing and conducting quantitative and qualitative epidemiological analyses
  • Experience in interpretation of findings and informing research questions
  • Publication and academic writing experience
  • Passion to improve public health using technology
  • Being a team player and a life-long-learner is important to you
  • An eye for detail

Nice to Have

  • Graduate Degree in a related field (e.g. MSc, MPH)
  • Familiarity with Tableau, R and willingness to learn - experience with other statistical platforms is also valuable (e.g. example SAS, STATA, etc)
  • Experience working with Government institutions
  • Some knowledge/experience with tech start-ups
  • Understanding of the healthcare system across Canada and clinical research processes
  • Experience in healthcare surveillance

About Us

While we are currently working remotely, our headquarters are in downtown Vancouver and located close to designated bicycle routes, the SkyTrain, and SeaBus, and many lunch-time options. We have a distributed team and are flexible so people can work from home when needed. Applicants from across Canada who can work from home are encouraged to apply.

We have a competitive vacation policy and extended health insurance benefits. We also provide a health spending account for employees to prioritize their discretionary health spending and we support bike commuting and using public transit by covering 25% of transit passes and commute-related bike maintenance costs. If you’re interested in making a difference, shipping great software, and learning more every year than you did the year before, then please apply with your resume.

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