Sr. Data Scientist job

Job Location
Princeton, NJ
Job Description

The Senior Associate, Data Scientist supports the organization by working with relevant subject matter experts to devise and develop alternative approaches to clinical trial management and clinical trial design which are more efficient and more effective with the innovative and appropriate application of robust analytical techniques to data.
The position can be located in Princeton, NJ or virtual.

A university/college degree (preferably in Sciences, Math or Statistics) or equivalent experience in a proven ability to learn new tasks and data analysis. Proven ability to learn new programming languages or software packages and apply them appropriately in a self-directed manner. An awareness of the factors influencing Covance Clinical Development's business needs. Essential to be a team player. The ability to plan and to adapt to changing situations. Experience At least 3 years' experience preferrably within the Pharmaceutical Industry. Minimum of 3 years' work experience relevant to informatics modeling and/or data analysis or programming of metrics reports. Experience with SAS, Python, R, MATLAB, or Tableau, etc. Demonstrated experience building predictive models utilizing advanced statistical analysis, including generalized linear models, decision trees, logistic and multivariate regression. Demonstrated experience writing automation code in various programming languages. Demonstrated experience communicating business implications of complex data relationships and results of statistical models to multiple business partners. Demonstrated experience working with various business partners to scope and design the statistical framework for business experiments, and socialize and help integrate results of analysis of experiments. Demonstrated the ability to co-lead small initiative projects Experience in mentoring staff in a technical role EEO Employer Covance is committed to diversity in the workplace and is an equal opportunity employer (Minority/Female/Individual with Disability/Veteran/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity). Your confidentiality and privacy are important to us.

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