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JOB: Statistician - Veterinary Medicine R&D

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"Brock, Fiona" <[log in to unmask]>

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Brock, Fiona

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Wed, 23 Jul 2008 16:39:56 +0100

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Pfizer Animal Health is seeking to recruit an additional statistician
based in Sandwich, UK.

To find out more and apply online, please visit www.pfizer.co.uk
quoting requisition number 80279, entering 'Biometrician' as a keyword
in the search tool.

Imagine a career that touches the lives of people everywhere.  Imagine
an opportunity to reach beyond your area of expertise to make an impact
on something greater than the bottom line.  Imagine playing a key role
in some of the most critical issues facing healthcare today.  This is
your career at Pfizer - a career unlike any other.

Responsibilities:
The main purpose of the role is to provide high quality statistical
support to the Project teams in Veterinary Medicine Clinical Development
(Sandwich).  Statistical support includes: providing statistical input
to study protocols (including the experimental design, calculation of
sample size and power, the data analysis section, and the randomisation
procedures), development of randomisation and statistical summary and
analysis programs (using SAS version 9), advising on statistical content
of study reports and regulatory filing documents. After an initial
period, to take the role of lead biometrician for one or more projects. 

Duties include:
*    To assist with the Biometrics training sessions, as and when needed
*    To participate in the development of improved global statistical
procedures. This includes reviewing and updating Biometrics SOP's and
guidelines, validation checks and procedures, and evaluating and
implementing improved statistical procedures.
*    To liaise with colleagues in the US to ensure that a common
approach is taken to analysing clinical study data
*    To keep abreast of the relevant biometric advances and recommend
changes and new statistical techniques

Qualifications required:
Essential:
*    BSc in applied statistics or related discipline 
*    Prior experience in applied statistics 
*    A good knowledge of basic data analysis methods
*    Ability to program in SAS 
Preferred: 
*    Familiarity with mixed model techniques
*    Thorough knowledge of experimental design issues
*    Knowledge of regulatory aspects of drug development

PGRD's aim is to provide equality of opportunity in the recruitment
process by avoiding discrimination on the grounds of: age, sex (physical
characteristics you were born with), marital status, gender (self
identity), sexual orientation, religion or belief, disability, colour,
national or ethnic origin, political persuasion or trade union
membership. 

At Pfizer we are creating an organisation and promoting a culture that
respects each individual's unique character and life experiences, and
reflects the diversity of our customers and markets.  We will achieve
this through fostering and sustaining an environment in which every
colleague feels valued and supported, thus enabling superior business
results.

To apply please go to www.pfizer.co.uk and enter job opening ID number:
80279, entering 'Biometrician' as a keyword in the search tool. 

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