Statistician I or II - Cottage Health Research Institute (Full Time; Salaried Position)

Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital
200001KR Requisition #

The Cottage Health Research Institute (CHRI) is an integral part of Cottage Health. For more than 20 years, CHRI has offered consultation, liaison, and administrative resources to researchers to support the translation of clinical and academic research and graduate and post graduate training for future physicians and other healthcare professionals.

Our medical staff is composed of more than 700 world-renowned clinicians who conduct research and see patients, the ideal formula for discovery and its translation into cures.

In addition, our unique academic relationship with the University of California Santa Barbara (UCSB) strengthens our ability to further deliver on unique Bioengineering and Material Sciences technology opportunities that benefit patients within our community.


Under the general supervision of the Director of Research Business Development, provides statistical (technical and analytical) support to individuals interested in conducting research, evidence based practice, or quality initiatives. Responsible for the review and assessment of technical research protocols, providing guidance and assistance to investigators in regards to study development and the preparation of research proposals. Assesses proposed ideas for quality improvement, evidence based practice, and research projects, assisting with their development in order to meet the desired goals of the project, simultaneously helping to ensure that appropriate clearances and approvals are granted prior to project initiation. Provides technical assistance to the institution as needed, including special projects, as assigned.



Minimum: Master's degree in scientific or technical field, with emphasis in statistics. 

Preferred: Master's degree in statistics.


Minimum: Familiarity with analytical statistics and research methodology. Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of the research process and protocol development and approval. Proficient with MS Excel and statistical programs/databases. Excellent communication and writing skills.

Preferred: In addition to the above requirements, highly proficient with statistical programs/databases. Database programming experience, use of Excel pivot tables, and experience with REDCap is highly desirable. Working knowledge of scientific and medical concepts/terminology.


Minimum: One year of experience as an analyst in a research environment. 

Preferred: One or more years of experience as a biostatistician, statistical analyst, or technical project development specialist.

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