Pfizer's Clinical Vaccine Research & Development team is looking for a motivated and experienced statistician with a solid background in nonclinical statistics, strong consulting skills and an interest in collaborating with research scientists in support of vaccine assay development. The colleague will be interacting one on one with research scientists to obtain project related data/information and must be able to interpret and effectively interpret statistical results from research projects.ROLE RESPONSIBILITIES
- Provide statistical support for assay development, qualification, validation, and clinical throughput testing.
- Develop effective collaborations with scientists and project management staff, as well as other functional groups to support projects.
- Ensure statistical rigor and good scientific practices are followed, excellent statistical methods utilized and documented in protocols and reports.
- Provide statistical input in cross project activities such as staff training programs, working procedures, and various departmental operations and initiatives designed to improve efficiency and productivity.
- MS in Statistics
- Minimum 3 years statistical consulting experience in a laboratory science environment or a consumer goods/manufacturing environment.
- Experience in the statistical analysis of research collaboration studies
- Must have strong technical competence, including statistical computing.
- Sound understanding of descriptive and inferential statistics, general linear models, mixed models, and design of experiments.
- Strong communication skills and the ability to write technical reports.
- Experience balancing multiple projects and clients simultaneously.
Other Job Details:
- Experience in Statistical Process Control (SPC) and Lean Six Sigma.
- Proficient in SAS and working knowledge of R.
- Eligible for Relocation Package
- Eligible for Employee Referral Bonus
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