Data Acquisition Student Placement 2022

Johnson & Johnson Services · Competitive · High Wycombe
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We are seeking highly motivated candidates to join us as a Data Acquisition Placement Student, in our Data Management (DM) department which sits within our Integrated Data, Analytics, and Reporting (IDAR) Academy. The Academy is a premier training program focused on developing and inspiring talent considering a career in pharmaceutical research and development. You can help advance our medicines in development at Janssen!

DM provides data delivery and analytics expertise in the conduct of our clinical trials. The aim is to deliver a database that is ready for statistical analysis and meets the standards for potential submission to regulatory authorities.

How you can make a difference: Apply your strong task prioritization, organization, problem solving skills, and attention to detail to the collection and cleaning of our clinical trial data.

Upon successful completion of your training your main responsibilities may include (but not be limited to):

  • Works with Data Management counterparts and other internal partners to establish, align and confirm trial level requirements for the design, set-up and management of clinical data collection systems.
  • Supports the trial level setup & management of external data streams and electronic data capture systems (eDC) according to best practices and defined guidelines.
  • Contributes to ensuring appropriate quality, scientific content, organization, clarity, accuracy, format, and consistency of Data Acquisition deliverables.
  • Works with Data Management colleagues to facilitate compliance with regulatory guidelines and industry aligned data collection standards.

Qualifications

Educational requirements:

  • Successful completion of the first two years of a degree course.
  • A minimum of a 2:1 achieved in the first year.
  • Health Sciences, Computer Science or related degree preferred.

Skills required:

  • Ability to effectively apply knowledge and skills in a complex environment.
  • Good written and verbal communication skills.
  • Good problem solving and decision making.
  • Ability to work in a team environment and independently as needed.

Please note that we plan to close for first round of applications on 31st October, but could close earlier if we receive too many applications

Other IDAR Functions

IDAR is made up of the following other functions: Risk Management and Central Monitoring (RM-CM), Regulatory Medical Writing (RMW), Clinical & Statistical Programming (C&SP), IDAR Business Operations (IBO), and Clinical Data Standards & Transparency (CDS&T).

  • RM-CM leads the risked based approach to monitoring clinical trials, ensuring protection of human subjects and the quality of clinical trial data. The RM-CM group is responsible for early detection, analysis, and mitigation of potential risks in a clinical trial.
  • RMW writes high quality clinical documents to support the development, regulatory approval, and maintenance of our products. These documents include clinical protocols, investigators brochures, and clinical study reports, as well as detailed summaries of efficacy and safety and responses to health authority questions.
  • C&SP provides analytical programming solutions that enable early and effective decisions. The role within C&SP plans, designs, and develops statistical programs in support of clinical research analysis and reporting activities. C&SP collaborates with biostatistics and other departments to achieve project goals.
  • IBO drives the development and implementation of aligned solutions to support IDARs strategy and to ensure business operational excellence.
  • CDS&T delivers easy-to-use, fit-for-purpose standards to ensure our stakeholders deliver regulatory-compliant data packages. We also operationalize regulatory requirements around data transparency to increase data utility while maintaining patient privacy and company confidentiality.

Educational requirements:

  • Successful completion of the first two years of a degree course.
  • A minimum of a 2:1 achieved in the first year.
  • Health Sciences, Computer Science or related degree preferred.

Skills required:

  • Ability to effectively apply knowledge and skills in a complex environment.
  • Good written and verbal communication skills.
  • Good problem solving and decision making.
  • Ability to work in a team environment and independently as needed.

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