The American College of Radiology (www.ACR.org), a professional association for radiologists and radiation oncologists, is a world leader in radiology clinical research. The Center for Research and Innovation located in Philadelphia, administers research for numerous commercial and grant funded entities, including the prestigious RTOG Foundation (www.rtog.org), NRG Oncology Group (www.NRGOncology.org), IROC Group (www.IROCQA.org), and ECOG-ACRIN (www.ECOG-ACRIN.org).
The ACR is one of the top US health care organizations supported by the National Cancer Institute, and receives over $35 million annually from grants and industry sponsors. The ACR represents nearly 40,000 members and is uniquely positioned to assist them to pursue their interests in research and is often sought after to support industry partner’s research agendas. To support these strategic objectives, ACR is seeking a Senior Biostatistician to focus on the design and analyses of Phase I, II, and III clinical trials and related ancillary studies.
As a member of the ACR team you will: • Participate in development and documentation of study protocols and amendments, with responsibility for statistical hypotheses, sample size calculations, and analysis methods for meeting study objectives in collaboration with team; • Lead production and quality control of statistical analysis plans, statistical reports, statistical sections of integrated clinical reports and other supporting documents; • Work collaboratively with internal and external team members to coordinate the planning and execution of biostatistics deliverables; • Work with data management personnel in the preparation and QC of datasets that are of high quality and in usable format; • Be responsible for quality assurance of tables, figures and data listings produced; the validity of the reported results and their statistical interpretation; • Supervise, train, and develop assigned supporting biostatisticians.
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ACR offers competitive compensation and an exceptional benefits package including a defined contribution pension plan, 403B, paid vacation, paid personal days, paid holidays and sick days, all major insurances – life, health, dental, prescription, AD&D, short and long term disability, long term care insurance, flexible spending, tuition reimbursement, wellness benefit, a business casual/people friendly work environment and more! The American College of Radiology is a government contractor and is committed to the hiring of qualified Veterans, Individuals with Disabilities, women and minorities for all locations including Reston, VA; Washington, D.C.; Silver Spring, MD; and Philadelphia, PA.
The American College of Radiology is an Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer committed to the value of workforce diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, age, religion, sex, gender identity, national origin, physical or mental disability, protected veterans, genetic information, and sexual orientation.
Qualified candidates will possess the following: • Doctorate in Statistics or Biostatistics or Masters in Statistics or Biostatistics with 7+ years of experience including team leadership and trial design; • 4+ years of related experience is required; • Background in survival analysis and clinical trials is strongly preferred, and the ideal candidate would have 2+ years of experience in a multi-center clinical trial setting with previous supervisory responsibilities; • Knowledge of SAS and/or strong computing skills in other modern statistical software and working familiarity with MS Office products are required; • This is an interdisciplinary collaborative position in which excellent written/oral communication skills are essential; • The position involves occasional travel to professional meetings in cancer and statistics, and provides opportunities for career development with respect to publishing collaborative and independent methodological work.
The American College of Radiology (www.ACR.org), a professional association for radiologists, is a world leader in radiology clinical research. The Clinical Research Office located in Philadelphia, administers research for the prestigious American College of Radiology Imaging Network (www.ACRIN.org), ECOG-ACRIN (www.ECOG-ACRIN.org), RTOG Foundation (www.RTOG.org), and NRG Oncology Group (www.NRGO...ncology.org).
The ACR is one of the top US health care organizations supported by the National Cancer Institute, and receives over $35 million annually in grants from multiple sources.