Advocates for Human Potential, Inc.
Advocates for Human Potential (“AHP”) has an immediate opening for an Analyst/Statistician to join our team of leading researchers in behavioral health studies. The successful candidate will conduct quantitative analyses for a broad range of projects, including national cross-site evaluations, comparative effectiveness studies, and local program evaluations. Some qualitative analysis may also be involved. AHP is specifically interested in candidates with demonstrated expertise in behavioral and/or health services research.
- Work with senior analysts and project directors on study design, analytic approach, and results.
- Program complex data manipulations (e.g., reshaping, stacking, merging/joining) to create analytic datasets that combine data from multiple sources.
- Clean datasets to identify outliers, assign missing values, etc.
- Select appropriate statistical methods and conduct quantitative and qualitative analyses.
- Interpret output and summarize results of requested analyses in tabular format and produce data visualizations for internal and external use.
- Work with senior analysts to prepare presentations and other reporting products.
- Collaborate with other analysts in creating reusable code and data pipelines to increase analytic efficiency across multiple projects.
- Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in social sciences, statistics, or biostatistics with 3 or more years of experience in applied research projects in behavioral health, public health or social science conducting rigorous analyses including pilot studies, program evaluations, and effectiveness studies.
- Proficiency in quantitative data analytic tools/language such as Stata, R, Python, SAS, or SPSS required. Experience with Stata is required, as we use Stata for core data management functions.
- Proficiency with other data collection, visualization, database, qualitative, or specialized analytic tools is strongly preferred (e.g., REDCap, Domo, Power BI, Tableau, SQL, MPlus). Expertise with REDCap is strongly preferred.
- Expertise in statistical methodology and analyses including:
- Descriptive statistics and data visualization
- ANOVA, ANCOVA, and T-tests
- Linear regression and generalized linear models
- Secondary analyses using large administrative datasets
- Experience writing up analytic analyses and interpreting findings.
- Experience working on large, fast-paced federal projects with hard deadlines that must be met. Must be able to work occasional weekends and evenings to accommodate project activities.
Research suggests that women and Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) individuals may self-select out of opportunities if they do not meet 100 percent of the job requirements. We encourage individuals who believe they have the skills necessary to thrive on our team to apply for this role.
Salary Range: $72,000 - $85,000
To be transparent with applicants about salary and in compliance with various state pay disclosure requirements, AHP publishes the following information which is current as of the date of posting. The base salary range above represents the low and high end of the AHP salary range for this position. Actual salaries will vary and may be high or low in the range based on a range of factors including but not limited to location, experience, and education. The range listed is just one component of AHP’s total compensation package for employees.
Other rewards may include annual bonuses, short- and long-term incentives, and program-specific awards. In addition, AHP provides a variety of benefits to employees, including comprehensive medical, dental, and vision insurance for you and your family, a retirement plan with a 3% match, student loan repayment assistance, employer-paid life and disability insurance, generous paid time off, and much more.
AHP influences change in health and business systems to support vulnerable populations—from creating policy to ground-level, hands-on work. We help organizations and individuals reach their full potential through professional consulting; research, evaluation, and data analytics; technical assistance and training; and virtual solutions, publications, and events. Our areas of expertise include behavioral health, mental health policy and services, substance use disorders, workforce development, homelessness, housing and employment programs, trauma-informed care, criminal justice, women and children, veterans, health care reform, and population health management.
AHP is proud to be certified as a Great Place to Work® for eight consecutive years. We earned this credential based on extensive ratings provided by employees in anonymous surveys. We value employee well-being and are actively engaged in creating an environment that supports work-life balance, self-care, and mental and emotional health.
AHP is an equal opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, or protected veteran status.