Senior Manager, Clinical Data Reporting and Analytics
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Global Data Management and Centralized Monitoring/Clinical Data Reporting and Analytics (CDR&A)
CDR&A is responsible for the ingestion, transformation and delivery of clinical data to internal stakeholders, primarily to Biometrics and Data Sciences. CDR&A also acts as the study interface for delivery of reports and analytics to enable effective data review, trial status and risk identification. Engagement of clinical trial functions for reporting and analytic needs. Technical SMEs to ensure expert consultation on data modeling, transformation, and best-fit reporting tools.
Purpose/Objective the job
This position is dedicated to the Reporting & Analytics Delivery function within Clinical Data Reporting & Analytics. The Senior Manager, Clinical Data Reporting & Analytics to be responsible for identifying and driving opportunities for analytic support within the clinical data review community. Serve as a primary report delivery contact for stakeholders including data management, clinical data reviewers and physicians. Interpret and translate business needs into tangible reporting solutions. Drive the development and implementation of new reporting tools as applicable.
Key Responsibilities and Major Duties
Interface/liaise with a variety of end users and can think holistically about data review approaches that will support Risk Based Monitoring, clinical review and other data related initiatives
Can think strategically regarding broad scope analytic solutions, including appropriate infrastructure and technological requirements
Leverage technical expertise to define feasible solutions and drive strategic use and implementation of new reports/visualizations, including any applicable training material
Can proactively identify data review gaps in current processes and projects and lead/drive discussions to define new opportunities for data review tools
Can interpret and translate a data review business need into a tangible report/visualization
Can create/develop prototypes for new solutions as applicable
As required by business needs, able to lead large scale cross-functional projects which require strong stakeholder management and project management skills
List of Minimum Requirements:
BS computer science, programming, data management, scientific or analytic discipline with 5-7 years’ experience in the Pharmaceutical Industry focused in the clinical trial space
Experience with varied reporting and analytic tools, Spotfire, Tableau, Qlik, JReview, SAS, and/or SQL
Emphasis in Biostatistics a plus
Strong understanding of relational databases
Varied Therapeutic Area knowledge
Strong analytic and problem solving skills
Proficient in stakeholder engagement and management
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