英国华威大学（The University of Warwick），1965年创立于英国沃里克郡和考文垂市的交界处，是誉满全球的顶尖综合研究型大学，为罗素大学集团和M5大学联盟成员，属于“平板玻璃大学” 。
Department：Warwick Medical School, Clinical Trials Unit
Location：University of Warwick, Coventry
Description：Full-time, Fixed term contract for 2 years
This is an exciting opportunity for a post-graduate statistician to develop and thrive in a multi-disciplinary environment and provide statistical input into the design, conduct and analysis of trials.
You will be required to work independently in conducting the design and analysis of clinical trials in accordance with the Unit’s standard operating procedures and Good Clinical Practice guidelines; prepare reports for the Data Monitoring Committees and attend their meetings to present the interim results; develop and conduct other trial-related projects, such as methodological research, secondary analyses of existing datasets and systematic reviews in collaboration with other CTU staff.
You will join an active statistics group within Warwick CTU and work with senior statisticians to provide statistical support on the design of large multi-centre randomised controlled trials, conduct analyses of datasets from the trials and contribute to the final reports.
Current areas of research include cancer, emergency and critical care, mental health, musculoskeletal disorders and pain, rehabilitation, trauma and Orthopaedics.
- You will have a PhD in Statistics/Mathematics with a substantial content of statistics (or a MSc in Medical Statistics/Statistics and substantial experience).
- You will have the ability to write scientific reports and to manage and analyse large data sets.
- You will have excellent planning and organisation skills, including the ability to prioritise workload and meet tight deadlines.
- You will be IT literate, self-motivated with excellent communication skills and have the ability to work well individually as well as in a team.
This will be a varied role involving collaboration with many other researchers both within the CTU and externally. The exact projects to be undertaken will be determined by discussion with the successful applicant.
Salary：£30,942 – £40,322 per annum
Where you have not yet been awarded your PhD, any offer made to you will be an under-appointment to the post of Research Associate at a salary of £30,046 per annum. Once your PhD has been awarded and you have evidenced this, you will be appointed to the substantive post of Research Fellow at a salary within the range shown above.
Informal enquiries should be directed to Professor Ranjit Lall (R.Lall@warwick.ac.uk)
The purpose of this post is: to provide statistical support, in collaboration with senior statisticians and trialists, for the design, conduct and analysis of trials.
To generate reports of interim and final analyses of trials, ensuring analysis, reporting and archiving is in accordance with the Unit’s standard operating procedures and Good Clinical Practice guidelines; prepare reports for the Data Monitoring Committees and attend their meetings to present the interim results; develop and conduct other trial-related projects, such as methodological research, secondary analyses of existing datasets and systematic reviews in collaboration with other CTU staff.
Duties and responsibilities
1. Work independently and where required with a Senior Statistician to provide statistical input into the design and conduct of studies.
2. Conduct of interim analyses, writing reports for Data Monitoring and Ethics Committee.
3. Design and conduct exploratory analyses of data sets from completed randomised controlled trials and other studies.
4. Conduct of final analyses, archiving of data and analyses.
5. To input into designing and conducting projects related to trials, such as secondary analyses of existing data sets, and systematic reviews and meta- analyses.
6. Ensure that projects are written up and disseminated appropriately, including peer-reviewed publication.
7. Attend project meetings, Data Monitoring and Ethics Committee meetings and Trial Steering Group meetings.
8. Attend national and international conferences and meetings to disseminate results, as appropriate.
9. Establish good working relationships with collaborators both within and outside the Warwick Medical School.
10. Ensure that projects are adequately documented and archived.