The National Institute on Aging (NIA) within the National Institutes of Health is searching for a Chief Data and Analytics Officer (CDAO) with the Division of Behavioral and Social Research (DBSR), according to a job posting on the NIH HR website.
The CDAO will lead the DBSR’s data and analytics efforts, including a range of collaborative data science projects and cooperative agreements conducted with partners across NIA and the NIH. The ideal candidate will have a deep understanding of cloud infrastructure, real-world data, federal data sharing policies, and software as a service and will have a proven track record of designing and executing complex data science programs utilizing social and behavioral data resources, and use of real-world data sources for management of complex surveys and clinical trials.
According to the posting, duties for the Chief Data and Analytics Officer include:
- Directing the DBSR Office of Data Resource and Analytics
- Leading trans-NIH activities such as chairing and facilitating use of NIA/NIH funded data and resources, including advising NIH leadership on CMS and NDI data resources
- Leading and chairing internal NIA working groups such as Artificial Intelligence Working Group and Common Data Elements Working Group
- Developing and managing complex data science programs utilizing social and behavioral data sources and real-world data
- Seamlessly integrating current IT resources/programs to enable broad data sharing and accelerate aging research; staying up-to-date with the latest developments in data science, cloud infrastructure and software as a service