Advanced Analytics Lead

New York
US$95000 - US$115000 per annum

Advanced Analytics Lead
Information Technology
New York City
$95,000- $115,000 + bonus

Would you love to be the advanced analytics lead for an established information tech company based out of NYC? Can you build complex statistical models in R or Python? In this role, you will be generating advanced insights into predicting how to create personalized solutions for top clients within the pharmaceutical and healthcare space.

THE COMPANY:

This world class information tech company is revolutionizing how to provide tailored data driven solutions for Fortune 500 companies in the healthcare space across the US.

THE ROLE:

The ideal candidate for this position has a strong predictive analytics background and be able to as well as having the ability to use tools like SQL, Python and R hands on. You will be:

  • Building advanced statistical models to predict, and present information gained from multiple sources in a visualized form using SQL, Python/R to increase efficient with care planning strategy.
  • Hands on with building and implementing advanced statistical models like decision trees, time series, multivariate, survival analysis, Bayesian, natural language processing, xgboost and more.
  • A clinical analyst at heart- able to understand how health care data, population health, clinical insights, claims data affect the business at large.
  • Leading a team and rally them to your vision.
  • An effective communicator and be able to explain how your quantitative insights are directly linked to patient behavior.

YOUR SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE:

  • Degree in numerical subject such as Statistics, Economics, Mathematics, etc.
  • Expert proficiency and in SQL, Python and R as well as expertise with visualization tools like Tableau.
  • Proven ability in generating advanced statistical modeling tools like/but no limited to: regression models, decision trees, polynomial regression, machine learning (supervised and unsupervised), Bayesian statistics, K-Means clustering, time series, survival analysis, etc.
  • Effectively communicating with stakeholders and partners-translating your quantitative data and insights in a way that captivates and leads to action.

THE BENEFITS:

  • $95,000- 115,000 Salary
  • Bonus

HOW TO APPLY:

Please register your interest by sending your CV to Sasha Baez via the Apply link on this page.

KEYWORDS:

Advanced analytics lead, advanced, analytics, healthcare, technical, insights, SQL, Python, R, Tableau, quantitative, modeling, decision trees, machine learning, supervised, unsupervised, K-Means clustering, polynomial regression, time series, survival analysis, xgboost, Bayesian statistics, communication, information technology

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