Senior Statistician

Highly Competitive
  1. Permanent
  2. Statistics
  3. United Kingdom
London, England
Posting date: 27 Mar 2020
This vacancy has now expired

A leading and global consulting company, providing services and technology solutions, is currently recruiting a Senior Statistician to join their team based in London. This is an exciting opportunity to bring expertise and skills to an established and in-demand company.

Job Responsibility

  • Performing the Lead Statistician role for assigned projects with successful deliveries to planned timelines, budget and quality
  • Providing statistical expert point of contact with sponsor and internal project teams
  • Randomisation design, Protocol and sample size consultancy
  • Peer review of statistical deliverables
  • Providing statistical expertise and presentation of results at sponsor meetings
  • Providing statistical evaluation and reports for inclusion into Clinical Study Reports
  • Adherence to GCP and relevant regulatory documents; design of studies to relevant standards and guidelines. General responsibilities include
  • Providing expert advice on statistical issues, contributing to the expansion of the department's knowledge base
  • Contributing to SQN's development of new systems, processes and SOPs
  • Business development expert support - contributing to proposals, contracts and meetings

Skills and Requirements

  • Strong analytical and data interpretation skills
  • Statistical expertise in a variety of therapeutic areas
  • Statistical programming and modelling with current experience across a variety of statistical topics
  • Ability to communicate well verbally and in writing with people at different levels across the organisation and with different levels of statistical understanding
  • Worked on multiple studies with a creative approach to leading teams
  • Experience in Integration studies preferred
  • Minimum of 3 years in the Pharmaceutical or CRO industries
  • Project management, organisational and matrix management skills with the ability to proactively prioritise projects
  • Experience with performing statistical analysis using SAS v. 9 *
  • Clinical development knowledge across Phase I through IV studies, real world, integration studies

To Apply:

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