Location: Dublin, Ireland
Director of Statistical Programming
My client are an established company within the Biotechnology industry who are on a mission to apply the latest cutting-edge technologies to improve the lives of millions of people worldwide.
Due to continued growth, they are seeking to hire a Director of Statistical Programming to be responsible for deliverables and timelines for statistical data analysis and reporting within their Dublin-based R&D team.
Coming into a fast-paced, collaborative and dynamic environment, this is an exciting opportunity to further your skillset within biotechnology and help solve some of the world’s most complex problems in the Healthcare industry
- As the Director of Statistical Programming, you will work closely their clinical development team to meet project deliverables and timelines for statistical data analysis and reporting.
- Oversee and generate reports on the production of programming deliverables and generate reports
- Manage a team of statistical programmers ensuring relevant documentation is completed in line with the organization’s best practices.
- Direct the design and/or coding of analysis files.
- Provide support to strategic initiatives within their paediatric programming team.
- Manage key deadlines and help resolves issue and ensures studies will be completed in a timely, efficient manner.
- At least seven years’ experience in a similar role within a technical environment.
- BA degree in Statistics, Project Management or similar.
- Excellent communication skills and interpersonal skills.
- Strong understanding of clinical trials design and reporting process.
- Ability to work closely with various teams to define and produce user-focused statistical reports.
- Strong leadership skills with a background in mentoring/coaching team members.
- Experience leading strategic initiatives.
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