Open Biostatistician & Statistician Positions at RTI International

Entry Level and Early Career Biostatistician (22019)

  • Recent or upcoming graduates with Bachelor's, Master's or PhD in biostatistics, statistics, mathematics or a related field.
  • SAS knowledge/experience is preferred. Experience with other statistical packages such as R is also a plus.

Early Career Research Biostatistician - PhD Level (210X1)

  • Doctorate in biostatistics, statistics, epidemiology, statistical genetics or related field.
  • 1- 5 years of related experience
  • At least 1 year of data management and analytic experience with SAS and/or R in an environment outside the classroom.

Senior Statistician/Principal Investigator/Co-Principal Investigator (2200G)

  • A doctorate in statistics, biostatistics, or related field and at least 8-10 years experience working in multicenter clinical research, preferably including randomized trials.
  • Proven track record in successfully leading or co-leading large complex public health research projects, including multicenter coordinating centers.
  • Experience in obtaining funding and leading National Institutes of Health funded research projects is strongly preferred.

Senior Biostatistician – Maternal & Child Health Research (2200R)

  • A doctorate in statistics, biostatistics, or related discipline and a minimum of 8 years of experience.
  • Experience managing a large, complex public health research project such as a coordinating center for multisite studies. While a focus on MCH and perinatology is desirable, it is not essential if an otherwise qualified candidate is willing to learn and work in this area.

Early PhD Biostatistician – Maternal & Child Health Research (211D2)

  • A doctorate in statistics, biostatistics, or related discipline and 3 years of experience.
  • Experience managing a large, complex public health research project such as a coordinating center for multisite studies. While a focus on MCH and perinatology is desirable, it is not essential if an otherwise qualified candidate is willing to learn and work in this area.
  • A record of scientific productivity in peer-reviewed journals and other venues.

Senior Biostatistician – Substance Use Research (2200T)

  • A doctorate in statistics, biostatistics, or related discipline and a minimum of 6 years of experience.
  • Experience managing or providing statistical leadership on a large, complex public health research project such as a coordinating center for multisite clinical trials. While a focus on substance use is desirable, it is not essential if an otherwise qualified candidate is willing to learn and work in this area.