As a Biostatistician at PAREXEL you’ll work on a variety of projects, while collaborating with our global team of experts.
You’ll be able to develop your statistical skills, gain exposure to multiple therapeutic areas, become involved in business development activities, and have the opportunity to grow and develop your career within a flexible working environment.
You’ll also contribute to research design and analytical strategies, provide input into protocols, and develop and review statistical analysis plans.
What makes a successful Biostatistician at PAREXEL? Check out the top traits we're looking for and see if you have the right mix.
Perform QC of derived datasets, tables, figures and data listings produced by other members of the department- Check own work in an ongoing way to ensure first time quality-
Understand and apply advanced statistical methods- Lead production and quality control of randomizations, analysis plans, statistical reports, statistical sections of integrated clinical reports and other process supporting documents-
Provide a supporting role as a non-voting independent statistician providing data and analysis for DMC review- Travel to, attend and actively contribute to all kind of client meetings as appropriate (eg discussing analysis concepts, presenting, discussing and interpreting study results)-
Support of Business Development, eg by actively contributing to study design considerations in internal and client meetings, providing and discussing sample size scenarios, support of budget and proposal development, attending and preparing bid defense meetings for potential studies, programs of work and FSPsQualifications-
Good analytical skills- Good project management skills- Professional attitude- Attention to detail- Thorough understanding of statistical issues in clinical trials-
Prior experience with SAS programming required- Ability to work independently- Good leadership skills- Good business awareness / business development-
Willingness to work in a matrix environment and to value the importance of teamwork