Your next statistician role with a global pharmaceutical company

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We’re looking for four statisticians at various levels to join a global pharmaceutical company with a major presence in the UK. Our client’s purpose is to deliver life-changing medicines, and to do this they are completely science-led and like to share this with the scientific, healthcare and business communities.

Each of the roles are being offered on a contract basis for 12 months. Find out more about the opportunities below.

Associate Director Statistician – 50745

  • You will provide statistical expertise for complex design and interpretation for preclinical or clinical programmes, high level internal governance committees, regulatory submissions and/or commercialization.
  • The role will be based remotely.
  • Previous oncology experience essential (early stage experience would be a significant advantage) as well as an MSc or above in Maths/Statistics is required.

Associate Director Statistician – 50722

  • You will be involved in developing a Statistical Analysis plan for complex studies and/or project deliveries.
  • The role will be based remotely.
  • Strong experience with strategic input; study design, oversite of studies, overseeing study statisticians is required.

Senior Statistician – 50744

  • You will analyse internal and external information, perform modelling and simulation to inform design decisions and the development of decision criteria.
  • This role will be based remotely.
  • MSc/PhD in Statistics, Mathematics (containing a substantial statistical component), or recognized equivalent to stats MSc is required.

Senior Statistician – 50701

  • You will contribute to the regulatory submissions including specification of overview documents and response to regulatory questions.
  • This role will be based at the client’s site in Cambridge.
  • Experience of design, analysis and reporting of preclinical or clinical studies in more than one setting is desirable.

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