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Information Modeling Associate Maidenhead, UK)

Company: Covance
Location: Maidenhead, Berkshire, UK
Reference: 24506
Closing Date: 30 Dec 18
Type: Permanent
Salary (£): Competitive
Benefits:

Job Summary:

Information Modeling Associate – Qualified candidate located in Maidenhead, UK

Requirements:

Information Modeling Associate – Qualified candidate located in Maidenhead, UK

 

The Position

This person will work as a member of a local Modeling and Forecasting team. They will model and forecast from feasibility/clinical research data, to allow for the development of evidence based planning associated with the implementation and conduct of clinical trials.

** Ideal candidates will have previous industry experience in clinical research, CRO experience highly preferred. 

 

Responsibilities/Duties:

  • Provide day to day support to the Modeling and study teams so as to efficiently and effectively model and forecast from feasibility data and other relevant information to allow for the development of evidence-based planning associated with the implementation and conduct of clinical trials
  • Preparation of patient recruitment, endpoint, CRF Flow and resource estimate predictions/forecasts with appropriate guidance
  • Support the development and communication of the technical plans for program implementation and user manuals
  • Work closely with global staff across functional groups in their use of informatics modeling and associated data
  • In conjunction with other staff, assist with the evolution and refinement of Modeling tools by stress testing the new tools; for example, statistical forecasting and modeling tools piloted in Excel
  • Educate clinical project teams in the use and understanding of associated modeling tools and outputs
  • Apply learnings to assist with the identification of novel applications of Modeling tools and support the development and implementation under the guidance of others
  • Assist with relevant presentations (including client calls)

Education / Qualifications:

Minimum:

  • A university/college degree 
  • Work experience relevant to informatics modelling and/or data analysis
  • Understanding of statistical modelling

Preferred:

  • Understanding of global drug development and the clinical trial project management process, with a special emphasis on investigator sites, patient recruitment and retention
  • Understanding and practical working knowledge of ICH-GCP Guidelines, including relevant international requirements/guidelines for the conduct of global clinical development programs

Experience:

Required:

  • Strong technical writing skills and analytical skills
  • Strong Excel knowledge (Visual Basic - would be an additional asset)
  • Strong affinity for numbers and very good eye for detail
  • Strong networking abilities and an ability/willingness to work with individuals across the globe. Persistent, persuasive and able to influence others
  • Excellent communication, planning & organizational skills
  • Creative, effective and efficient problem solving skills
  • Abilities to review/analyze relevant data so as to assist in building evidence-based clinical trial strategies
  • Strong computer skills with an ability to understand and access and leverage technology alternatives
  • Ability to work independently
  • Demonstrated ability to handle multiple competing priorities effectively

 

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