This is an office-based role in downtown Durham, NC.
We are seeking a Senior Biostatistician who would play a significant role in the development of our pipeline of clinical therapeutic agents now and in the future. The ideal candidate is one with ample experience with clinical trial design, data analysis, and programing responsibilities while working well within a diverse team and maintaining self-motivation to meet timelines and company goals.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of this position. This list contains the major duties and requirements of the job and is not all-inclusive. Incumbent(s) may be expected to perform role-related duties other than those contained in this document.
Consults with clinical team on the design of studies, reviews and contributes to protocols as appropriate
Performs sample size computations in conjunction with clinical development staff
Develops statistical analysis plans and table, listing, and figure specifications for proposed trial protocols
Plans and specifies the structure of CDISC standardized datasets, including SDTM and ADaM data
Conducts planned and exploratory statistical analyses using a SAS
Validates and performs statistical review for SDTM data, ADaM data, displays, and reports
Ensures CDISC outputs meet standards, whether programmed internally or received from contractors
Manages external vendor deliveries, and ensures accuracy and quality deliverables
Interprets the results of planned and exploratory statistical analyses using written, oral, and graphic methods
Prepares statistical reports and displays for presentation at meetings or conferences, and for publication in regulatory documents or professional journals
Reviews clinical study reports for accuracy in interpretation of results
Supports other departments such as data management and clinical operation to ensure quality of the clinical trial data
Supports preparation of regulatory documents, responses to regulatory requests and participates in meetings with regulatory agencies
Participates in discussion of clinical development strategies, provides sample size estimation for different hypothetical scenarios
Supports core communication strategies including internal and external communication, as well as abstract and manuscript preparation
Provides statistical consultation and expertise to other functional groups within Development
Develops appropriate SOPs related to statistical and data management activities, with a focus on Biostatistics
Leads and supervises results input into ClinicalTrials.gov
Supports Development and other departments with interviewing and hiring, as requested
The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required to perform this job successfully.
Minimum MS in Biostatistics/Statistics with 8+ years of experience in clinical trial development, or equivalent experience and training
3+ years of experience in pharma/biotech industry or at a CRO
Familiarity with US FDA regulatory guidance
Understanding of statistical methodologies used in clinical development
Strong SAS programming skills and ability to program analysis datasets and tables
Familiarity with CDISC dataset standards
Ability to independently support regulatory in primary submissions and in responses to post-submission questions
Solid understanding of statistical theory and statistical models
Familiarity with simulation methods for sample size estimation
Ability to independently support clinical trial protocol development and discuss development strategy with the team
Ability to work well independently or as part of a team in high-pressure situations
Flexible and proactive working style, attention to detail and ability to meet deadlines
Knowledge of EMA guidance
Knowledge of oncology and/or gene editing
Precision BioSciences mission and vision is to translate the worlds most powerful genome editing technology into greatly needed products throughout the life sciences, by being the conduit through which the greatest genome engineering challenges are solved. Precisions wholly proprietary ARCUS genome editing platform enables the production of highly specific nucleases that can insert, remove, and modify DNA at essentially any location in a complex genome. Through our ARCUS platform, we are developing genome editing-based products to address critical needs in oncology, genetic disease, agriculture, and beyond. For additional information, please visit www.precisionbiosciences.com
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