Statistical Analyst I (19-00819) – NJ – Parsippany


The research Biostatistician / Intern is responsible for developing statistical analysis designs, writing SAS programs and providing statistical interpretation in accordance with project and regulatory requirements along with summarizing findings in reports and publications. • Provide statistical analysis inputs and programming in a team environment to address project objectives • Adhere to company and regulatory guidelines in analysis and reporting of statistical findings. • Understand and consider complexity of clinical studies while providing analysis of data. • Develop optimal models for analysis and interpretation of clinical findings. • Create extensive SAS programs with sufficient detail and ease of interpretation to implement potential complex designs of studies, and have a thorough knowledge to implement programs for linear regression models, linear mixed models, generalized linear models, generalized linear mixed models, non-linear models, survival analysis, simulation studies (e.g. MCMC) and power/sample size estimation. • Responsible for developing/understanding/adhering to statistical methodologies as set forth in project requirements (e.g., Statistical Analysis Plan [SAP]) and ensuring methodologies are being implemented appropriately. • Generate tables, figures and listings (TFLs) for presentation and interpretation of results in accordance with project requirements. • Assist in development of documents or presentations as needed. • Identify, interpret and communicate meaningful findings to key individuals (i.e. answer the “so what” questions).


• Proven ability to work independently and in a team environment • Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills • Excellent written and verbal English communication skills • Demonstrated knowledge of statistical methods and models. • The ability to independently write SAS programs in adherence to clinical and statistical objectives
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