Thank you for your interest! Mount Hood Environmental is looking to fill a Data Analyst position:
JOB TITLE: Biometrician/Data Analyst
EXPECTED SALARY: $60,000 – $90,000 DOE
Mount Hood Environmental is seeking a motivated Biometrician/Data Analyst to join our interdisciplinary team to implement statistical analyses, develop data visualization applications and/or websites, automate workflows, and develop computational and statistical tools for clients. The selected candidate would work alongside MHE scientists on a variety of projects related to fisheries, toxicology, water quality, and regulatory compliance. The selected candidate would need to be proficient in computer programming (e.g., R or Python), have experience collaborating in the Git environment, and possess a solid foundation in statistical concepts. Ideally, the selected candidate would also have experience conducting population dynamics modeling, abundance and survival estimation, life-cycle modeling, and/or fish-habitat modeling.
Additionally, the selected candidate would preferably possess strong interpersonal and leadership skills, excellent verbal and written communication, effectively work on a team and independently, and be familiar with fisheries in the Pacific Northwest.
EXAMPLE OF POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Collect, organize, QA/QC, and analyze complex datasets.
- Contribute to, and understand, computer program scripts and analyses.
- Visualize and distribute data through the development of applications or websites.
- Develop and implement automated workflows.
- Apply rigorous statistical analyses to answer complex questions.
- Assist in the technical reporting of analytical methods and results.
- Bachelor’s degree in Statistics, Mathematics, Data Analytics, Quantitative Ecology or an equivalent field, and two years of related experience,
- OR Master’s degree in any of the above or an equivalent field.
- Proficient using R and/or Python and working in the Git environment.
- Solid understanding of statistical concepts and approaches.
- Experience developing data visualization applications and/or websites.
- Demonstrated experience implementing rigorous statistical methods to answer complex questions.
- Demonstrated experience conducting data analyses such as mark-recapture abundance, survival estimation, growth and bioenergetics, stock-recruitment, fish population dynamics modeling, or similar.
- Background in fish ecology (particularly, anadromous salmonid biology) and/or water management in the Pacific Northwest.
- Strong interpersonal and leadership skills, excellent verbal and written communication, and the ability to work independently and as a part of a team on a variety of complex research projects.
- A unique skillset that adds to the breadth of our interdisciplinary team.
LOCATION: Hybrid in-office/telecommute work scenario based out of the MHE Sandy, Oregon, or Salmon, Idaho offices. Approximately 60% telecommute.
- Competitive pay
- Health care stipend
- IRA employer match
- Paid time off
- Flexible hybrid remote/office schedule
- Flexible work hours
- Cell phone allowance
CONTACT: Address any questions regarding this position to Bryce Oldemeyer, Quantitative Fisheries Scientist, firstname.lastname@example.org, 208-571-5080
TO APPLY: Please send cover letter, CV, three references, and a writing example to email@example.com
CLOSING DATE: Until filled
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Please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.