Statistical Learning Scientist

Organization
Axio Research, LLC
Job Location
2601 4th Ave. #200
Seattle, WA 98121
Salary
DOE
Benefits

Axio offers employees superb health and other benefits, including professional development, a 401k-retirement savings plan with employer match, and a casual and progressive work environment. Employees work together in a team-oriented setting, balancing a variety of challenging tasks. The Axio office is located in Seattle's historic Belltown district with convenient access to bus routes, shopping and entertainment.

Job Description

Axio Research, LLC has an immediate opening for an experienced Statistical Learning Scientist to design and implement analyses of genetic data, especially in the area of companion diagnostic panel development – i.e. personalized medicine.  Our teams use R and Python to analyze data from clinical trials and other types of medical research in the search for new therapeutic targets and diagnostic biomarkers for response to therapy or prognosis of disease.

Requirements

Experience in following and interpreting study and other guidance documentation to create statistical report content is desired as is experience developing infrastructure code to present and store statistical genetics data and results.  Experience in the analysis of genetic and genomic data using statistical methods is required.  Experience designing, coding, testing, documenting, and programming custom software is also desired.  Successful candidates will work independently with minimal supervision, have a preferred minimum of an M.Sc, with a PhD preferred, in computer science, statistics, epidemiology, biological sciences, or other quantitative field and at least one year of machine learning experience in a medical research organization.  Experience with Java and Javascript helpful but not required.

 On-site work is required. This is a full time position.  Background checks of selected candidates are required before employment begins.  

How to Apply

Candidates interested in this job posting should apply at www.AxioCareers.com.  Please reference job #15-10-175. 

Axio values a diverse workplace.  We are an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.  Women and minorities are encouraged to apply. Persons who need assistance with the recruitment process may contact the Human Resources Dept. at: 206-547-2829.

About Our Organization

Axio Research was founded in 1979 as a corporation dedicated to scientific advancement and discovery. Our founders are internationally recognized experts in the fields of Biostatistics, epidemiology, and medicine. During the past two decades, Axio's range of service has encompassed both government-sponsored clinical trials and full contract research services for commercial clients. Our senior scientists bring a wealth of knowledge and experience to all of our studies.  Axio's talented group of employees is dedicated to working with our clients to produce thorough, comprehensive clinical trial management. We draw from our pool of biostatisticians, project managers, physicians, data technicians, and computer programmers to create a team whose collective experience best fits a client's needs.  We provide statistical and computer services including database design and consulting, data entry, data forms design, automated data collection systems and statistical analysis and interpretation.  For more information please see our website:  http://www.axioresearch.com.

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