Health Program Analyst

Southcentral Foundation Anchorage , AK 99501

Posted 2 months ago

Summary of Job Responsibilities:

The Southcentral Foundation (SCF) Health Program Analyst is responsible for formulating questions and methods used to analyzing qualitative and quantitative data; transforms data into actionable information using advanced statistical methods and software tools; makes recommendations to executive staff that assists in evidence-based decision making.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Master's Degree in Public Health with concentration in Epidemiology/ Biostatistics or Master's Degree in Program Evaluation, or equivalent training and experience.

  • At least 12 months post-graduate experience in healthcare program analysis or program evaluation.

Employee Health Requirements:

Compliance with our Employee Health procedure is a condition of SCF employment. You are required to agree that you will comply with all job-related employee health screening and immunizations prior to your first day of employment. Jobs designated as a Health Care Personnel (HCP) position, requires that you have documentation that you have completed the following immunizations prior to your first day of employment: MMR (Measles, Mumps and Rubella, Varicella (Chicken Pox), Hepatitis B, Influenza, and T-dap (Tetanus

  • Diphtheria

  • Pertussis).

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Health Program Analyst

Southcentral Foundation