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Statistician - London - Consumer health - Good salary - Full Time

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Alex Kelly <[log in to unmask]>

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Alex Kelly <[log in to unmask]>

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Thu, 5 Nov 2009 08:46:07 +0000

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I am currently working with a client who has a strong R&D Statistics team in 
London who cover European Operations. 

They are a world renowned international consumer product company who are 
looking for a Statistician to join their European team. You will be office based 
in London but focusing on working with European colleagues, so there will be 
regular travel involved. 

You will be part of a global department containing Statisticians, Data Managers 
and Clinical Researchers. There is a strong network within the European group 
and the global department so plenty of help and support is readily available.

Responsibilities:
- Consult on all aspects of Statistics to meet the changing needs of the 
business, ranging from upstream science through to the analysis of consumer 
trials.  Consulting covers the design of studies as well as the analysis and 
interpretation. You will also help train the local organisations in Statistics to 
increase their capabilities.   Project work may be one-off pieces or you may be 
a fully-integrated part of a multi-disciplinary team with long-term objectives.
- On a broader level you will look for opportunities to improve organisational 
effectiveness through efficient management of data and automation of routine 
statistical tasks. 

Skills and Experience:
- You will have a strong technical breadth and depth in Statistics.  You will 
likely have a first degree containing a significant amount of Statistics and a 
Masters degree or above in Statistics or a closely related field.  Key areas of 
knowledge are statistical modelling, multivariate analysis and design of 
experiments.  You will be comfortable and competent in using a range of 
statistical software packages (e.g. SAS, JMP, SPSS are all used).
- You will have an enquiring mind and be interested in science and how data 
and statistical analyses can be used.  Being able to connect and develop ideas 
and be innovative are desirable attributes.  You will be expected to continue 
your professional development as a statistician and training is actively 
supported.
-You are likely to have had some experience in a consulting role or similar.  
You will also have demonstrated an ability to partner effectively and 
communicate with managers, scientists, researchers and others whose 
statistical knowledge may be limited.  Good written and oral communication 
skills are essential as is an ability to form collaborative relationships and build 
effective networks.  Many projects have multi-national scope so you will need 
to be able to work productively with colleagues located remotely.

If this is a position you or someone you know will thrive in please contact me 
at [log in to unmask] I have a full job specification and more 
information about the company, I look forward to hearing from you. 

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