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Statistician II / III (FSP)

4681
  • £Competitive
  • , United Kingdom
  • Permanent

Biostatistician II / III – Global CRO – FSP – Remote – UK / Europe

Our client, a leading global CRO are looking for a biostatistician to join their innovative team, working with cutting edge technology for one of their leading, high profile clients (biotech or pharma).

As Biostatistician, you will execute diverse statistical tasks supporting the clinical development programs. You will be involved throughout the full clinical trial process, from study design and protocol writing, over defining the statistical analyses (SAP) to reviewing study outputs, CSR’s and publications.
 
What you will be doing:

 

  • Responsible for planning, managing and execution of statistical deliverables in clinical trial and non-trial activities in the project
  • Responsible for providing statistical input to authority required documents or meetings
  • Responsible for ensuring that clinical trial and non-trial tasks are aligned with the project specifications
  • Deliver results through and ensure understanding among colleagues relevant for problem-solving
  • Lead project teams to achieve milestones and objectives
  • Prioritize, plan, manage and execute Clinical Trials and submissions within project area
  • Mentor and develop successors within project area
  • Fully responsible for statistical methodology and deliverables within the project
  • Main contact to stakeholders regarding statistics within the project
Qualifications
 
  • MSc. in statistics or equivalent
  • +5 years of experience as a statistician within the pharmaceutical area or equivalent knowledge through relevant experience
  • Experience with a broad range of statistical tasks
  • In-depth knowledge of biostatistical methods
  • Extensive experience with practical applications of biostatistical methodology
  • In-depth knowledge of drug development
  • Broad experience with statistical software and IT and in-depth experience with at least one statistical software package
  • Good knowledge of GCP and statistical guidelines within drug development
  • Regular experience with communication of statistical issues and presentations
  • Basic understanding of the pharmaceutical industry and key elements of the value chain, with a focus on immediate stakeholders and how to deliver on own goals

What to do next?
If this opportunity is of interest, please apply now with your CV as they are looking to arrange interviews soon.

Not what you are looking for? Please contact Aimee Weston at aimee@warmanobrien.com / +44 7806 790645 for a confidential discussion about potential opportunities.

Aimee Weston Principal Consultant in Biostatistics

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