Job Details

  • Title: Associate Director, Real World Evidence
  • Code: RCI-11554540
  • Location: East Hanover New Jersey (NJ) 07936
  • Posted Date: 11/17/2020
  • Duration: 11 Months
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  Job Description

  • Looking for an Associate Director Real World Evidence (contractor) that will support various activities in the Solid Tumor and/or Hematology Franchise.
  • As an Associate Director Real World Evidence, you will be supporting the development of RWE strategies that deliver innovative and scientifically robust evidence.
  • You will collaborate with multiple stakeholders and partner throughout the organization to design RWE studies and implement analyses to address product- and disease-area research questions, which will inform business decisions about the research and development of products as well as support healthcare decisions by patients, physicians, health authorities, payers, and policy-makers.
  • This will require a deep understanding of observational research/epidemiology methods to define appropriate research questions and data sources, study design, rigorous and fit-for-purpose analytical approaches as well as strong communication skills to summarize and present findings.
  • You will need excellent technical, strategic, collaboration and communication skills, as well as an entrepreneurial mind-set, to work with and through others, to reimagine the way we use data and analytics to develop and deliver medicines for patients.
  • As an Associate Director Real World Evidence (contractor), you will drive the development of RWE approaches, techniques, and standards using your expertise within the Solid Tumor or Hematology Franchise.

Experience/ Professional Requirement:

  • Education: Master or PhD in Epidemiology or similar discipline (eg, Public Health, Biostatistics, etc.)
  • 3+ years relevant experience acquired at pharmaceutical companies
  • Deep understanding and experience of Real World Data/Real World Evidence or related disciplines to generate scientifically rigorous and value evidence from secondary data sources.
  • Strong understanding of drug development with proven ability to identify and deliver key evidence needs for Clinical Development, Commercial, Market Access, HEOR, Medical, Safety, Regulatory stakeholders.
  • Experienced and with a strong knowledge of observational and/or epidemiological research methodology and statistical methods
  • Demonstrated strong collaboration skills and excellent communication skills