Privacy Biostatistician
Risk Analytics
Posted on 11/30/2023
INACTIVE
Truveta

51-200 employees

Medical patient data provider
Company Overview
Truveta is the world’s first health provider led data platform with a vision of Saving Lives with Data. Truveta's mission is to enable researchers to find cures faster, empower every clinician to be an expert, and help families make the most informed decisions about their care.
Data & Analytics
B2B

Company Stage

Series C

Total Funding

$100M

Founded

2020

Headquarters

, Washington

Growth & Insights
Headcount

6 month growth

-2%

1 year growth

5%

2 year growth

29%
Locations
Seattle, WA, USA
Experience Level
Entry
Junior
Mid
Senior
Expert
Desired Skills
Data Analysis
CategoriesNew
Biology & Biotech
Requirements
  • Master’s degree in biostatistics or equivalent field
  • Experience in statistical methods applied to information including risk analysis and de-identification
  • Experience in working on and analyzing large data sets
  • Commitment to the highest ethical and professional standards
  • Demonstrated ability to work with multiple partners collaboratively
  • Excellent written and verbal skills to communicate in an effective, clear, and convincing manner
  • Evidence of participation in publications, studies, and/or reports
Responsibilities
  • Collaborate with engineering stakeholders to define metrics and measures that appropriately capture the behavior of our data across the pipeline
  • Design and implement dashboards and reports that enable a wide range of stakeholders, grounded in a consistent source of truth, from executives to front line engineers
  • Work with engineers, product management, clinical informaticists and other teammates to understand and refine questions and turn data into meaningful information
  • Partner with engineering to develop data models and relational schemas for telemetry and observability data that are efficient and appropriate
Desired Qualifications
  • Experience with Social Determinants of Health
  • Experience with large health data sets
  • Experience with health data de-identification