Associate Director Of Biostatistics, Dublin, Michael Page Healthcare

Published 2022-09-22
Expires 2022-10-22
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Associate Director Of Biostatistics, Dublin, Michael Page Healthcare
Ireland, Dublin, Dublin,
Published September 22, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Associate director of biostatistics

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This role is a senior management position, providing the opportunity to join a progressive, growing organisation, which has a primary focus of delivering the best possible medicines to patients.

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My client is a a growing organisation who has been established in the industry for more than 25 years, their patient focus drives all of their activity and progress. They are looking for individuals which can provide the same enthusiasm and drive for delivering the best possible medicines for their patients.

Collaborative and cross functional working with a Global and Local team
Overseeing and contributing to the completion of all technical and operational statistical activities for paediatric development program for multiple compounds or equivalent
Present and publish trial results and statistical analyses within and outside of the company
Project management activities such as managing timelines, budgets, working within relevant regulations
Can make effective decisions where information is limited or solutions may produce unpleasant consequences in the short term
Can set up data monitoring committees for clinical studies.
Able to identify the most critical aspects of a problem/issue.
Can use competitive intelligence to influence clinical development strategies
BSc or MSc degree in Bio/Statistics or related field
7+ years' relevant experience within Virology, Paediatrics and the life-science industry
In-depth knowledge of applicable clinical research regulatory requirements, ie. GCP/ICH guidelines
Familiarity with moderately complex statistical methods that apply to applicable clinical trials
Strong working knowledge of SAS
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A competitively generous compensation & relocation (where applicable) packageA collaborative and flexible working culture Opportunity for growth and progression with the business

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