Statistical Programmer/Biostatistician

Job Locations US-DC-Washington
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Public Trust


Aveshka is seeking a Statistical Programmer/Biostatistician to support the Office of Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority (BARDA) in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS).  BARDA provides an integrated and systematic approach to the development of the necessary vaccines, drugs, therapies, and diagnostic tools for public health medical emergencies. The Statistical Programmer/Biostatistician will be responsible for supporting BARDA’s statisticians.




  • Data cleaning and data transfers
  • Perform Data quality control
  • Perform Data integration and validation
  • Perform Data analysis and report package preparation
  • Perform statistical simulations
  • Develop statistical toolbox for advanced data modelling, tabulation, and visualization
  • Provide ad hoc statistical support to BARDA projects under the guidance of BARDA statisticians



Required Education:

Master's degree in statistics, computer science, or a related field


Required Experience:

5+ years of experience with statistical programming

Experience in Clinical Trials

Must be proficient with SAS and R 





About Aveshka:

Aveshka is a professional services firm focused on addressing our nation’s most complex threats and challenges. As a small business we’re committed to supporting our clients’ missions with services delivered by our diverse and experienced staff. With expertise in cybersecurity, emergency preparedness, and public health, our experience base spans federal, state, and local governments, as well as private sector entities.


Aveshka encourages collaborative communication and ongoing learning.  Some of our benefits include:


  • Extensive training programs
  • Gym membership reimbursement
  • Education reimbursement
  • Technology benefits
  • Commuter benefits
  • Generous paid time off and much more!


Aveshka is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE)


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