Stroke Programme Project Support
Stroke Programme Project Support
Are you an expert in data analysis with substantial experience of data manipulation, visualisation, report automation using R Programming? Their team are looking to recruit a specialist in R to assist in transitioning from current static reporting procedures to analyse data at fixed time points, to using open source software (R Programming). This will enable the team to create increasingly sophisticated and engaging reporting outputs, more conducive to continually improving patient care into the future. They are looking to recruit on a short term basis (up to 31 March 2018).
Who will you be working for?
A reputable membership organisation focussing on training, research, quality and advice for its vast member base in the health sector. They are an academic institution with a passion for increasing the standards of healthcare provision in the UK Located in the west end of London, you'll be working in one of the most exquisite parts of central London where there are beautiful parks to enjoy on your lunch break and plenty of eateries to spoil yourself with!
What will you be doing?
The Stroke Programme is in the process of developing a new methodology for reporting on the rich data collected by the audit utilising the software R. A feasibility analysis has been undertaken and has highlighted key efficiencies and benefits to the proposed new methodology. The core outline of the code has been agreed upon, and we have entered the migration phase of this project. We seek an R specialist to assist with the testing, checking, and expansion aspects of this migration of code initially on a short-term basis.
The purpose of this role is to assist in transitioning from current static reporting procedures which uses Stata software to analyse data at fixed time points, to using open source software (R Programming) to create increasingly sophisticated and engaging reporting outputs, more conducive to continually improving patient care into the future. This includes the complete migration of SSNAP key indicator measures currently reported in Stata into R and wider testing of functionalities and capabilities, expanding the R methodology to all other indicators currently reported by SSNAP, as well as working towards the rollout and launch of R using the live SQL server after final piloting and testing is complete. The transition will improve the process, quality, timeliness, and efficiency of SSNAP reporting in order to maximise impact and usefulness for improving stroke patient care.
- Extensive and varied experience of using R to manipulate data and to create data visualisations.
- Experience of automating reports with R Markdown.
- Experience with one of the following; Tidyverse, data.table, ggplot2, dplyr.
- Advanced knowledge and application of Microsoft Office Suite.
- A relevant degree and/or experience.
What's in it for you?
This is a great opportunity to work with a reputable company to add to your CV. In return for working a 35 hour week, Monday to Friday our client will pay a competitive salary of £16-£17 P.h. This is a temporary role that goes until the end of March.
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