The OCTRI Clinical Research Informatics Program is seeking a Research Support Analyst to provide first-level research computing support to OCTRI investigators and staff including installation, troubleshooting and maintenance of research hardware and software. The incumbent will provide direct support to OCTRI investigators utilizing a wide array of research-specific software and hardware data collection and management tools. The successful candidate will participate in creation and implementation of education and outreach materials to support training of investigators in use of CRI-supported informatics tools for research. Outstanding interpersonal skills, including ability to communicate professionally, clearly, positively and effectively is required. A strong commitment to excellent customer service is required. Broad familiarity and comfort with computers and a wide variety of software is essential.
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