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Senior Statistician

London, United Kingdom, Permanent

Posted: 10 hours ago


*Senior Biostatistician*

Ashley consulting is currently recruiting for a Senior Biostatistician to work for a global CRO, operating in over 80 countries. They are one for the industry leaders striving to be the best at what they do. To achieve this goal it all comes down to employing the best minds and workers out there. If you also strive for the best, this company would be the perfect match for the next step in your career. The role is permanent and candidates can be based In UK or In Europe and will be able to work from home.

*Senior Biostatistician*


You are an innovative, analytical problem solver. You enjoy working with data and digging deeper to uncover answers. Clear, concise communication is the name of the game for you. It's how you get things done. You are energized through interactions with clients and team members and you know how to rally the troops to accomplish big things together.

You are an experienced statistician who has worked within multiple statistical and therapeutic areas. You not only know how to plan, implement, and monitor the statistical processes for multiple clinical studies, but you're comfortable leading these initiatives. You're used to people coming to you for advice and you find it rewarding to watch your mentees succeed and grow. Because you're passionate about the work you do and the contributions you make, those around you feel inspired to do more!

*Responsibilities *

As a Senior Biostatistician, you are the lead on project teams for simple to complex clinical studies. You develop statistical analysis plans and reporting specifications for complex studies. You perform statistical analysis and interpret results. You perform the senior review of TFLs and provide significant input in the development and review of CRFs, edit specifications, and critical variable lists. You contribute to clinical study protocols and clinical study reports. As a Senior Biostatistician, you are responsible for training and mentoring new or junior statisticians on statistical methods.


* Master's degree in statistics or biostatistics.

* Strong knowledge of multiple statistical and therapeutic areas, the drug development process, SAS procedures, and good programming practices. Oncology experience is desired, but not required.

* Demonstrated ability to plan, implement, and monitor the statistical processes for multiple clinical studies.

* Excellent communication skills and leadership ability.

Job Details

Fri, 27 Aug 2021 11:23:00 EST
London, United Kingdom