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People come to Genentech from across disciplines and across the world to solve our most challenging medical conditions. You'll find inspiration in our passion for biotechnology, our purpose to positively impact the lives of millions of patients and our dedication to our people. Joining Genentech means being part of a tradition of inquiry that will change the world. It means embracing our failures as much as our successes. It requires a willingness to look beyond the edge of what's possible. And a focus on doing the day-to-day work that makes great science happen.
Genentech is currently looking to fill the Sr. Statistical Scientist, BioOncology/I2O position in South San Francisco. You will be aligned therapeutically with cross-functional Medical Affairs teams to provide statistical and analytical leadership in the development and execution of medical strategies, plans and projects.
Like other team members in Biostatistics, you will be responsible for the statistical integrity, adequacy and accuracy of pre-launch, launch and post-marketing clinical studies, other investigations and assessments, including exploratory analyses. As such, you will be a standing member of the assigned Medical Team, participate in other cross-functional projects or working teams and may lead Biostatistics teams
Given the nature of their positions, statistical scientists also work closely with their counterparts in Pharmaceutical Development and potentially Pharmaceutical Research and Early Development to align clinical data and statistics across varying drug development phases.
You will be expected to perform your responsibilities with increased expertise and independence.
Where assigned, you will also act as Medical Affairs representatives in related review and decision-making forums or committees, including, where applicable, representing Biostatistics input and data in health authority meetings, presentations and communications.
All Roche employees are expected to effectively contribute to cross-functional collaboration and coordination and comply with all laws, regulations, policies and procedures that govern our business.
To be considered for this position, you should hold the following qualifications, have the following experience, and be able to demonstrate the following knowledge, skills and abilities to be considered a suitable applicant. Please note that except where specified as "preferred," or as a "plus," all points listed below are considered minimum requirements. Years of experience listed below can be substituted with equivalent, relevant competency levels.
• PhD + four years' experience or Masters Degree + seven years' experience in statistics/biostatistics (PhD is preferred)
• Four or more years' clinical trial experience (experience in clinical trials through at least two complete trials/registries or comprehensive product exploratory analysis projects)
• In-depth knowledge of ICH-GCP and other relevant standards and guidelines
• Must demonstrate a comprehensive understanding of theoretical and applied statistics
• In-depth knowledge of Phase IV/post-marketing drug development (knowledge of or experience with Phase I - III drug development is preferred)
• Extensive experience in the principles and techniques of data analysis, interpretation and clinical relevance
• Relevant therapeutic area (respiratory and immunology) knowledge is a plus
• Proven ability to perform statistical scientist responsibilities with increasing expertise and independence.
• Demonstrated ability, through past experience, to competently manage the majority of biostatistics deliverables associated with assigned pre-launch, launch and/or post-marketing medical strategies, plans and tactics
• Analytical and problem-solving capabilities and skills
• In-depth knowledge of the multi-disciplinary functions involved in a drug development process, and can proactively integrate multiple perspectives into the post-marketing process for best end-results
• Excellent project management skills
• Strong interpersonal, verbal and writing communication and influencing skills
• Proven track record of working highly effectively, efficiently and collaboratively with others. Proven experience and skills working with multi-disciplinary teams
• Proficient computer skills, including Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Excel.
• High proficiency with SAS and related statistical software packages
• Business travel, by air or car, is required for regular internal and external business meetings
A Job with Benefits Beyond the Benefits
No matter who you are or what role you play, you'll help change the face of medicine and make a real difference in the lives of people facing the most challenging medical conditions. Plus, you'll thrive in our one-of-a-kind culture, where diversity is celebrated, employees are valued for their contributions and we all serve as advocates for change who continually find ways to do things better.
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