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Sounds good, Charlie! Use the 'submit a tip' process to submit your tip, and it can be scheduled.--[[User:NancyWilson|Nancy]] 15:00, 20 April 2009 (UTC)
Sounds good, Charlie! Use the 'submit a tip' process to submit your tip, and it can be scheduled.--[[User:NancyWilson|Nancy]] 15:00, 20 April 2009 (UTC)
== RTI International - Research Programmer/ Analyst ==
'''Application Process:'''
Please apply at
'''About RTI International'''
RTI International is one of the world’s leading research institutes, dedicated to improving the human condition by turning knowledge into practice. Our staff of more than 2,800 provides research and technical expertise to governments and businesses in more than 40 countries in the areas of health and pharmaceuticals, education and training, surveys and statistics, advanced technology, international development, economic and social policy, energy and the environment, and laboratory and chemistry services.
'''Job Description:'''
RTI’s Health Data Informatics program – part of the Division for Health Services and Social Policy Research – is seeking qualified candidates for a full-time Research Programmer/Analyst position based in Waltham, MA or Research Triangle Park, NC. RTI programmer/analysts work with preeminent scientists, statisticians and researchers at the forefront of health-related research.
The Research Programmer/ Analyst 2 will work with researchers to analyze and organize complex qualitative and quantitative clinical, financial and administrative data from multiple sources, and to synthesize results into meaningful reports. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:
• Constructing analytic datasets using primarily SAS, and producing output – reports, tables and figures – driven by project-specific needs
• Designing and implementing programs for analysis, statistical modeling, and quality control using SAS and other statistical packages and programming tools
• Providing database support and maintenance
• Supporting analysts in all phases of the software development life cycle
• Documenting steps taken and proofing/crosschecking results
• Assisting in the preparation of analytic results in the form of client reports, journal manuscripts, and abstracts/posters for professional meetings
• BS/BA or advanced degree in a mathematical, data-oriented, or computing specialty is required with at least 10 years of experience
• A minimum of 6 years of experience (included within the overall 10 years of experience) in working with developing, implementing and managing of complex relational databases (such as DB2 or SQL Server) is required
• SAS experience preferred (will will train if need be)
• Extensive programming experience working with health-related data, which can include Medicare or Medicaid data, complex surveys like the Health Outcome Survey, Medical Expenditure Panel Survey, or Medicare Current Beneficiary Survey for example, is highly desirable;
• Strong skills in a linkage of various types of data files are required
• PC proficiency is a must
• Strong written and oral English-language skills, the ability to meet deadlines in a fast-paced multitasking environment, the ability to work independently and as part of a team are required
• Exceptional judgment and discretion in working with confidential data is necessary
• Experience with performance issues of very large datasets processing and complex data manipulation, is highly desirable
• Advanced knowledge of MS Access and Excel is advantageous
To qualify, applicants must be legally authorized to work in the United States and should not require now, or in the future, sponsorship for employment visa status.

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Shouldn't the little "R" in a circle appear in banner_text.gif and in the first text reference? funct

It would be nice if the SEARCH function were visible more toward the top of the main page, so that it would be easier to find when someone just viewed the main page --Hamer 11:45, 17 March 2008 (EDT)

How about putting CATEGORIES as a selection on the left menu?--Nancy 13:13, 17 March 2008 (EDT)

Since a Wiki is self-configurable (I mean that we the users can do what we want to it, without waiting for a webmaster to do it for us), that should mean that if we the users wish, we could impose a hierarcical structure on it in order to make it easier to navigate it, but of course, users would not have to use the hierarchary, but of course, gardners could move things around. --Hamer 15:51, 17 March 2008 (EDT)

About Category

I agree with Nancy in putting the 'category' item on the main menu. To find categories now, I looked at 'tool box-> special pages'. I'm not sure how one would update the main menu, so it may be something that admin folks can do. --CJ 15:44, 3 June 2008 (EDT)

Hi! I just am learning (stumbling) my way around. Hi Bob! Is there a way just to respond to you from here about the little "R" or is the way to respond the way I'm doing now with edit? A little bit of hand holding and then I will take off... Sally Muller.

This was answered/addressed on Where did Hamer go?‎. --Don Henderson 22:07, 17 March 2009 (EDT)

About Weekend Wiki Work/TIPs

I'm noticing that a daily tip was not available for today. . . . What about having a weekend wiki study assignment (HomeWork as it were.) For example here is one:

 Use the 'edit' on any Article-Page to see how the wiki language-controls are written.
 Look for examples of good page publishing and use 'edit' to see how it is done.

Some weekend wiki work (homework) could involve longer study assignments (for Fri-PM, Sat, and Sun.), from those that are doing so well assigned to eager students such as myself. Humbly, Charlie Shipp
Charlie Shipp 00:04, 19 April 2009 (UTC)

Sounds good, Charlie! Use the 'submit a tip' process to submit your tip, and it can be scheduled.--Nancy 15:00, 20 April 2009 (UTC)