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Statistical Scientist

4745
  • £Competitive
  • Greater London, , United Kingdom
  • Permanent
Statistical Scientist – Innovative International Pharma– UK - Hybrid / Fully Remote

We have partnered with a renowned global pharma, who are looking for an exceptional Statistical Scientist to join their pioneering and innovative team within Global Statistics and Real-World Data Science Function.

Desirable Experience for this role:

 
  • Working as part of cross-functional, global teams
  • Acting independently as a Study Statistician / Medical Affairs Statistician / Exploratory Statistician / Regional Statistician Lead or Lead Product Statistician.
  • Researching innovative solutions and training other statisticians
  • Undertaking and overseeing complex/novel work in an established area such as clinical/ observational studies, MA tactic or Biomarker & PK/PD Analyses.
  • Acting as a Global Statistical Lead for an early or back up asset or as a Methodology expert validating the execution of complex techniques.
How will you be a success?
 
  • Significant experience of applying statistical methods in biomedical research, Pharma, CRO, Academia or the Healthcare industry, gained on a global basis.
  • Advanced and broad knowledge of statistical methods, along with an understanding of industry practices related to the statistical analysis of clinical and biomarker data.
  • In-depth familiarity with processes and procedures in data management and programming
  • Good knowledge of medical literature, clinical, regulatory and commercial landscape
  • Knowledge and skills in SAS
  • The ability to understand, implement, and explain complex statistical methodology,


Qualifications:
 
  • PhD or M.S in Biostatistics, Statistics, or a related scientific field
  • Evidence of statistical leadership and a proven track record of scientific achievement and project influence. Analytical mind-set, intellectual curiosity, eager for continuous learning and passionate about translating data into business-critical evidence. Ability to work autonomously as well as to work in interdisciplinary contexts outside statistics. Good interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills in English language are required.
  • Proficiency in SAS required.


What do you get in return?
 
  • Working a friendly group in exciting projects
  • Excellent opportunities to develop and grow.
  • Home working flexibility
  • Industry leading salary, annual bonus, car allowance & benefits
  • Contributing to our mission to continue to bring ground-breaking new medicines to patients for a world without disease.
  • Being part of a motivated and experienced team in an innovative and diverse working environment.

Additional information:
 
  • The is a permanent full-time position based in the UK.
  • The company offer a hybrid working pattern, requiring one day per quarter in the office (Surrey), blended with a collaborative video environment that supports working from home.

What to do next: If this opportunity is of interest, please apply now with your CV as the organisation are looking to welcome the new Statistician onboard as soon as possible.
Not what you are looking for? Please contact Aimee Weston on 07806 790645 for a confidential discussion about potential opportunities.



This is an exciting time to join Astellas as we look to expand our global team. As an organisation that aims to stand on the forefront of healthcare change, we are looking for self-motivated individuals to join us, could this be you?

Key Activities for this role:

 
  • Working as part of cross-functional, global teams
  • Acting independently as a Study Statistician / Medical Affairs Statistician / Exploratory Statistician / Regional Statistician Lead or Lead Product Statistician.
  • Undertaking and overseeing complex/novel work in an established area such as clinical/ observational studies, MA tactic or Biomarker & PK/PD Analyses.
  • Acting as a Global Statistical Lead for an early or back up asset or as a Methodology expert validating the execution of complex techniques.
  • Researching innovative solutions and training other statisticians

Essential Knowledge & Experience:
 
  • Significant experience of applying statistical methods in biomedical research, Pharma, CRO, Academia or the Healthcare industry, gained on a global basis.
  • Advanced and broad knowledge of statistical methods, along with an understanding of industry practices related to the statistical analysis of clinical and biomarker data
  • Knowledge and skills in SAS
  • In-depth familiarity with processes and procedures in data management and programming
  • Good knowledge of medical literature, clinical, regulatory and commercial landscape
  • The ability to understand, implement, and explain complex statistical methodology,

Educations/Qualifications:
 
  • PhD or M.S in Biostatistics, Statistics, or a related scientific field

Additional information:
 
  • The is a permanent full-time position based in the UK.
  • We offer a hybrid working pattern, requiring one day per quarter in the office (Surrey), blended with a collaborative video environment that supports working from home.

We are an equal opportunity employer, and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, colour, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
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Aimee Weston Principal Consultant in Biostatistics

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