Biostatistician II

Parexel International Corporation

Southeast, Remote, United States of America

As a Biostatistician, you will lead research design and analytical strategies, provide input into protocols, develop and review statistical analysis plans and author/co-author reports, abstracts and manuscripts. You will use your expertise to advise, provide guidance and to oversee the quality control of statistical deliverables.Our Biostatistics teams are not only focused on delivering quality results for our client’s needs, but also value working with one another in a flexible environment. Although some team members are home-based and others are office-based, our virtual resources support our teams to work collaboratively and effectively across the globe.Around 30% of our Biostatistics team have been a part of the Parexel family for a minimum of 5 years. Our team is made up of experienced and highly educated professionals in our field. This is truly a statistic that speaks for itself!In thisrole you may:Supervise, advise and review:
  • Supervise complex statistical analyses and provide input to statistical reports.
  • Develop complex analysis strategies and execute them using efficient programming techniques (software: SAS, R)
  • Provide expert input to analysis plans, statistical reports, statistical sections of integrated clinical reports
  • Be a pro-active advisor for all types of analysis during the proposal process as well as during the project life cycle
  • Review analysis data sets and quality control all types of statistical analysis deliverables
Lead and cooperate:
  • Cooperate with other biostatistical and company departments to optimize global efficiency
  • Coordinate Biostatistics related project activities for successful completion within given timelines and budget
  • Interact with clients with regard to data analysis, scope of work, and budget.
  • Represent Parexel at client meetings
  • Train/mentor junior members of the department
  •  PhD or Masters (with sufficient work experience) in a statistical discipline required
  • A minimum of 2 years industry (or directly relevant) experience
  • Knowledge in statistics and its applications to clinical trials or observational studies, in academy or industry
  • SAS programming or R programming skills desirable
  • Confident, self-reliant and a quick learner who enjoys working in a matrix team
  • Good leadership skills
  • Strong oral and written English communication skills
  • Ability to travel as required, although this is not frequent
  • Work ethically and honestly to promote the development of life changing treatments for patients


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