Experienced SAS Programmer, Data Analyst, Economic Analyst, and Research Assistantseeking for a positionas a SAS programmer or Analyst
Summary of Qualifications
- Familiar with Windows, UNIX, DOS, and other systems
- Extensive software knowledge: using SAS DATA step, ARRAYs, Macros, SQL, Access, Excel
- SAS, PROC REPORT, PROC SUMMARY, ODS Provide output files in Excel, Text from SAS files
- Experience developing data extraction, data integration, data quality/management on SAS
- Develop reports using PC SAS, Enterprise Guide, Proc SQL, SQL
- Validate data using Proc Compare, ProcFreq
- Experience using SAS on UNIX
- Depth knowledge of multivariate calculus, linear algebra, probability and statistics
- Ability to perform statistical research and statistical analysis
- Effective oral and written communication
- Review SAS Log for errors warning and uninitialized variable
Confidential, June 2012 to September 2012Assisted with internal IT/Security projects and developing online content for lunarline products and services division, assisted with information gathering and research within the Information Security Industry. Collected and maintained customer data and was constantly contacting lunarline customers to provide estimates and insight about clientele response to the services that lunarline provided. Documented results and provided counsel to lunarline to improve its business and customer service interaction based on the data results and analysis.
Confidential, Feb 7, 2011 to Oct4, 2011
Worked parttime as a SAS programmer data analyst with the office of Biostatistics (Federal Drug Administration) under a fellowship sponsored through a contract with the Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education (ORISE). My focus was primarily on the research project entitled:” Assessment of Risk Factors drug safety, Associated with Exposure to Proton Pump Inhibitors, Fractures, and CVD,” performed extensive SAS programming to provide a sample to conclude results of correlation between PPI and Fractures.
Confidential, September 2008 to April 2010
Worked on behalf of the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration for the Analysis Division where I responded to daily statistical requests and analyses, managed several databases that required statistical process control methodologies to produce quality outcomes to present to the public, and government officials. The statistical analyses were analyses performed to find trends and estimates related to fatalities, property damage and injuries due to Large Truck crashes. Besides providing statistical data results my duties for The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration were also to provide insight to enforce fair regulations and provide insights that could lead to the prevention of crashes, improve transportation and increment the grants that are assigned to the studies of these issues.
All of the assignments and requests were done in SAS programming or performed in SAS and transferred into excel tables to present to Government Officials the evidence that supported the claims with exact data from The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Fatality Analysis Reporting System (FARS) and General Estimates System.
Confidential, January 2007 to January 2008
Served as a junior Economist in the Consumer Expenditure Branch, where I was part of the production team and analyzed facts pertaining to the Consumer Price Index. My responsibilities included reviewing and analyzing data from census databases using SAS programming; generating reports based on research using SAS/SQL; and problemsolving data issues with clients and managers. Used consumer data to provide trends about consumer expenditure and performed survey research related to consumers’ spending. Analyzed behavior spending and cost analysis very closely to determine the outcomes and determined what the public was using their income for.
Confidential, June 2006 to January 2007
Evaluated the quality of census data under supervision and analyzed surveys and studies of the U.S. elder population in development of policies pertaining to that demographic group, Analyzed monthly reviews of census data and contributed to the Common Core of Data (CCD)—a program of the U.S. Department of Education’s National Center for Education Statistics on secondary vocational schools and allocation of the Department’s Perkins Fund.
B.S., Mathematics & Economics,