Information Management Assistant
PLEASE NOTE: this position is currently located at the Potomac Yard, VA EPA Office. However, this office will be moving to the Washington, DC EPA location in a few months. Current wage for the position is $12.72 but will increase to $14.00/hour once the move occurs (adhering to DC minimum wage)
The SEE enrollee shall provide quality assurance of complex scientific studies that have been scanned from documents on the EFED SAN drive, converted to electronic data formats, and stored in the CETIS database. The SEE enrollee shall provide quality controls (QC) associat4ed with the ongoing development and maintenance of EFED's centralized ecotoxicity and fate database. The SEE enrollee will be asked to create new database records and set up database templates in preparation for populating the database. EFED intends to utilize data capture software to extract scientific study information from he originating documents.(e.g. PDF, Excel files). The SEE enrollee will be asked to QC and validate these data entries, to evaluate and provide input to teams on data capture performance from a technical/scientific perspective, and to manually enter data as needed. The enrollee will also serve as a member of the tracking team, where duties will include importing, tracking and maintaining current and final database records.
BA/BS Degree in Life Sciences, physical sciences, mathematics/biostatistics and/or science database administration preferred OR Minimum of 5 year(s) of experience in entering, evaluating, QC'ing, and maintaining complex electronic environmental science databases that required technical review and assessment of biological, chemical, ecological, and/or toxicological data and information.
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