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Opportunity: SAS Programmer (Durham, NC) & Sr SAS Programmer Analyst (Silver Spring, MD) @ Social & Scientific Systems
Submitted by Molly Assion; posted on Monday, March 24, 2014
SUMMARY:
Social & Scientific Systems, Inc. (SSS), a company dedicated to improving public health around the world, is growing and is seeking to fill multiple roles. These include: Senior SAS Programer Analyst (Health Policy & Data Analysis) and SAS Programmer (Health Science Research).

DESCRIPTION:
Please see req numbers 1248 & 1209

SAS Programmer requires Bachelor's Degree with at least 2 years of experience in using SAS for data processing in a work environment; Master's Degree preferred. Proc report and ODS experience preferred.

Senior SAS Programer Analyst requires Bachelor's or higher degree, preferably in physical sciences or quantitative social sciences; Ten years of working experience in SAS applications programming, including proficiency in using the SAS DATA step to perform complex file merges, create analysis variables, and generate descriptive statistics for quality control purposes; At least three years of experience processing large health care data files (experience with Medicare/Medicaid claims data a major plus) including the confidentiality requirements of processing such data.

TERMS:
Full-time

LOCALE:
Durham, NC and Silver Spring, MD

COMPENSATION:
Negotiable

HOW TO APPLY:
Review full requirements/description and apply online at http://www.s-3.com - see Req. #s

DEADLINE:
Open until filled.

POLICY:
EOE M/F/D/V

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