Job Purpose / Summary: Responsible for planning, implementing and reporting RWE or health economics and outcomes research projects within CTI. This includes working closely with pharmaceutical, medical device, and diagnostics clients, among others, in partnership with CTI business development personnel in the development of project-specific methods and project deliverables. The person in this role may conduct face-to-face client meetings, teleconference calls, and publication strategies autonomously and may serve as mentor for other Research Scientists.
What You'll Do
Provide leadership or management for Real-World Evidence (RWE) programs with responsibilities to include: business development, client interactions, developing research objectives and statistical methodology for clients, participating in and overseeing projects
Consult and design of RWE study protocols, to include retrospective studies (EMR, chart reviews, cohort) and cross-sectional and prospective observational studies
Apply knowledge of statistical theory, techniques and methods encompassing such areas as sampling, ratios and proportions, measures of dispersion and central tendency, reliability, validity, correlations, survival, trends, index numbers, forecasting, categorical data analysis, non-parametric methods
Design and conduct analyses of large- and small-scale healthcare databases, registries, and non-regulatory clinical study data including EMR, EPIC, marketscan – or other large scale databases
Write statistical analysis plans for studies and work with programmers and analysts to create the necessary analyzable datasets
Effectively communicate with clients to develop and report RWE solutions during the course of business development or within the context of a project
We support career progression – 25% of our global staff is promoted annually and we have a structured mentoring program to provide the support you need to move forward
We value education and training – We provide tuition reimbursement, partner with universities and colleges to create programs in our field, and have a dedicated training department
We value our people - We have never had a layoff in our 20-year history, support a work-life balance with flexible schedules, and have provided cash bonuses every year for the past decade
Our culture is unparalleled – Click here to learn more about “The CTI Way”
We think globally and act locally – We have a global philanthropic program supporting our team’s efforts to improve their local communities (Click here to learn more about our “CTI Cares” program)
We are looking toward the future – We have had a consistent 15% growth rate over the last decade, invest in cutting-edge technology, and pride ourselves on our average 95% annual retention rate
Our work makes a difference – We focus our work on treatments for chronically and critically-ill patients, who are depending on us to bring these life-changing therapies to market
Bachelor’s in biostatistics, health services research, pharmacy, nursing, natural science, epidemiology, biostatistics, or closely related discipline
10 years’ experience in working in outcomes research design, epidemiology, or biostatistics
Master of Public Health (MPH), or PhD (or DrPH, ScD/PharmD/MD) level scientist in health services research, pharmacy, nursing, natural science, epidemiology, biostatistics, or closely related discipline preferred
Pharmaceutical / biotech and/or contract research organization (CRO) experience preferred
Knowledge of statistical software packages including SAS preferred
Data visualization software (e.g. Tableau™) and other advanced data presentation methodology preferred
Economic modeling building experience preferred
Significant demonstrated experience with developing peer-reviewed publications in relevant medical/pharmacy journals
This position will be office based at one of our 8 US locations.
About CTI Clinical Trial and Consulting Services, Inc.
CTI was founded in 1999 by a small group of innovative thinkers who wanted to change the lives of chronically and critically ill patients.
In our 20 year history, CTI has grown consistently and significantly, becoming a multi-national organization with associates in more than 35 countries across the world. We have worked on more than 5000 projects, worked on every continent except Antarctica, and have contributed to more than 100 new drug and device approvals through global regulatory agencies such as the FDA, EMA, and others. Currently, we work with approximately 200 pharmaceutical and emerging biotechnology and medical device companies.