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Senior Statistical Analyst

France-Lyon (MAPI); UK-London - Oxford; UK-London; UK-London (MAPI)
Reference: 057895

Senior Statistical Analyst/Biostatistician

Location: London/Abingdon, UK or Lyon, France (also consider homebased in these countries)

As a Sr Statistical Analyst you will be responsible for developing statistical analysis plans and performing  statistical analysis on assigned projects in accordance with study specifications, applicable guidelines, regulatory requirements and SOPs.



Responsibilities and accountabilities:

-         Responsible for preparing and reviewing Statistical Analysis Plans including table and listing shells

-         Responsible for researching up-to date therapeutic statistical methods

-         Responsible for executing statistical models, using SAS

-         Responsible for programming and Quality Control of statistical analyses

-         Responsible for performing ad-hoc and exploratory analysis of data

-         Responsible for reviewing and QC SAS output for consistency with Statistical Analysis Plan

-         Responsible for participating in data validation process

-         Responsible for generating and review randomization lists

-         Participate in the improvement of the Quality Assurance System.

-         Completing other appropriate duties, as assigned by the manager, which require similar skills in accordance with business needs


-       Master's Degree in Statistics, Biostatistics

-       Statistician experience in a biotechnology, pharmaceutical, CRO or other health care setting. 

-       Knowledge of basic and advanced and emerging statistical research designs and methodologies in clinical and epidemiological research.

-       Strong SAS programming skills and understanding of database structures.

-       Ability to use structured programming techniques.

-       Ability and willingness to use and/or modify existing programs and macros.

-       Understanding of common clinical database terminology and standards.

-       Good knowledge of ICH/GCP guidelines or other relevant guidelines (GEP, GPP) or industry standard.

-       Ability to work effectively and cooperatively with other team members.

-       Good written and verbal communication skills.


Working for ICON you will be provided with an excellent benefits package. We care about our people as they are the key to our success. We provide an open and friendly work environment where we empower people and provide them with opportunities to develop their long term career.   


In addition you will have the opportunity to develop within your role and take on further responsibilities or develop your skill set within other related departments of ICON.


ICON plc Company is an equal opportunity employer - M/F/D/V and committed to providing a workplace free of any discrimination or harassment.


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