Biostatistician by maclaren1


									The Global Biometric Sciences department at Bristol-Myers Squibb has an open vacancy for a

for our offices in Braine-l’Alleud, Belgium.

Bristol-Myers Squibb is a worldwide pharmaceutical and related health care products company
whose mission is to extend and enhance human life. Bristol-Myers Squibb researchers are
dedicated to discovering and developing innovative medicines that address significant unmet
medical needs in key disease areas. These areas include affective (psychiatric) disorders,
Alzheimer’s disease, atherosclerosis/thrombosis, oncology, diabetes, hepatitis, HIV/AIDS,
obesity, rheumatoid arthritis and solid organ transplant rejection. Bristol-Myers Squibb’s employs
approximately 43,000 employees, who are engaged in the discovery, development, licensing,
manufacturing, marketing, distribution or sale of its products. For 2004, the Company reported
global sales of $19.4 billion.

Position Description:
This position will strengthen the group of biostatisticians supporting the Phase I to III
development of Oncology compounds. The position consists of providing biostatistical expertise
in the design, planning, conduct, analysis and preparation of reports for clinical studies and global
development programs, and for registering drugs at the FDA and other regulatory agencies
worldwide. Work in cross-functional teams to achieve results and ensure scientific validity and
overall quality of deliverables. Develop and maintain statistical programs as necessary to perform
analyses, prepare data displays, verify data accuracy and validity. Seniority in the position will
depend on the level of experience of the candidate.

Position Requirements:
Master’s Degree or higher, in Biostatistics or Statistics. Pharmaceutical industry experience, or
other relevant experience with clinical trials, in particular in Oncology, would be an asset. Have
sound knowledge of statistical software packages (in particular SAS), and the ability to integrate
statistical and biomedical concepts. The candidate should be a good team player and be flexible to
adopt project standards, processes and regulatory requirements. Excellent communication skills in
English, both written and verbal, are essential.

We offer a challenging career opportunity in a clinical development environment where science,
integrity, and personal development go hand in hand. Compensation will be commensurate with
the experience level of the candidate as well as with the responsibilities related to the position.

If you are interested in this position, please send your application with CV to:
Annick Leroy, PhD, Director Global Biometric Sciences, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Parc de
l'Alliance, Avenue de Finlande 8, B-1420 Braine-l'Alleud, Belgium with a copy to Jelleke
Tollenaar, HR Manager, at the same address. Or email to with cc to
Any questions about the content of this position can be directed to Annick Leroy via email, or
phone +32-(0)2-352 7712.

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