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Adelphi Values; Bollington, United Kingdom

     Published: April 22, 2024   15:35

Duties: We are looking to expand the Statistical and Programming Team with a statistical SAS Programmer including Senior and Principal roles depending on experience. The clinical data we analyse is diverse and sometimes complex compared to much clinical trials data. You will have a logical mind to unravel the detail in the data and enjoy the challenge of what at times requires intricate data manipulation. Programmers work closely with their statistics and psychometric colleagues in a small, tightly knitted team
Requirements: You will have a graduate degree in Mathematics, Computer Science, Biostatistics/Statistics, Educational Measurement or equivalent experience in statistical SAS programming

Flagship Pioneering, Inc.; Cambridge, United Kingdom

     Published: April 20, 2024   09:05

Duties: Design, implement, and operate robust, scalable genomic data processing pipelines using Nextflow on AWS; Manage pipeline results using big data technologies (e.g. distributed databases); Manage pipeline-related assets to ensure that they are findable, accessible, interoperable and reusable; Apply best practices for version control, testing, and documentation; Ensure data quality and integrity by implementing and maintaining rigorous quality control and data validation procedures; Collaborate closely with platform scientists, data scientists, and data engineers to solve complex data processing and analysis challenges
Requirements: MSc or PhD or equivalent in bioinformatics, computational biology, computer science, or similar discipline; 3-plus years of post-graduate or industry experience developing high-throughput bioinformatic data processing pipelines; Experience in NGS mapping, variant calling and variant analysis preferred; Experience in bioinformatics workflow frameworks (NextFlow), version control systems (Git), Cloud (AWS preferred), and containers (Docker preferred); High level of proficiency in Python or equivalent and Linux

Adelphi Values; Bollington, United Kingdom

     Published: April 20, 2024   09:04

Duties: Providing input on study design within protocols; Writing statistical analysis plans and preparing associated table shells, with the support of more experienced members of the team; Leading the execution of psychometric analyses and interpreting results, with awareness of regulatory requirements; Drafting and reviewing study reports, publications, and other deliverables; Presenting the results of psychometric analyses externally and liaising with clients on psychometric queries; Serving as a psychometric consultant internally for Adelphi Values; Providing internal training on relevant psychometric methodology
Requirements: Masters in statistics, psychometrics, psychology, educational measurement, or a related field; or equivalent experience; Knowledge of relevant psychometric methods; Knowledge of latent variable models including factor analysis and item response theory

Amgen Inc.; United Kingdom

     Published: April 18, 2024   13:54

Duties: Achieve results through detailed goal setting, accountability measures, effective partnership, performance management, collaboration with other groups and a dedication to serving customers, both inside and outside of CfDA (Center for Design & Analysis); Influence and supply to strategy development, defend statistical approaches and represent GBS (Global Biostatical Science) through participating in and collaborating with multidisciplinary study teams; Provide statistical contributions, statistical review, and quality control of Key Design Elements (KDE) protocols, randomisation specifications, Statistical Analysis Plans (SAPs), Table, Listing and Figure (TLF) shells, Submission Data File (SDF) specifications, other key study related documentation, protocol deviations, Flash Memos, Clinical Study Reports (CSRs), clinical publications, and other communications
Requirements: Degree educated in Statistics/Biostatistics or related subject with high statistical content; Post-graduate statistical experience in the pharmaceutical industry or medical research; Knowledge of SAS, R or other statistical software; Excellent communication skills and ability to work optimally within teams while also possessing the capacity to autonomously manage tasks and projects

Amazon; United Kingdom

     Published: April 18, 2024   08:52

Duties: As a Machine Learning Engineer, you will work closely with science teams to bring research to production. This is a role that combines engineering knowledge, technical strength, and product focus. It will be your job to implement novel ML systems, product integrations, and performance optimizations. You will guide the direction of a MLOPS automation framework via collaboration with the engineering and research communities
Requirements: 3+ years of non-internship professional software development experience; 3+ years experience and knowledge in MLOps, in deploying, operationalizing, and maintaining scalable AI/ML-solutions in production

G-Research; London, United Kingdom

     Published: April 18, 2024   08:51

Duties: Our researchers have a challenge: disproving the efficient market hypothesis every day. This requires them to harness massive compute power and to use state-of-the-art ML techniques; published in recent conferences or developed entirely in-house; as textbook methods won’t beat the competition. ML is integral to develop successful investment management strategies; it is one of the core drivers of our overall performance and success. It has long been a key tool at G-Research and we count a range of ICML and NeurIPS published researchers among our people
Requirements: Either a post-graduate degree in machine learning or a related discipline, or commercial experience developing novel machine learning algorithms. We will also consider exceptional candidates with a proven record of success in online data science competitions, such as Kaggle; Experience in one or more of deep learning, reinforcement learning, non-convex optimisation, Bayesian non-parametrics, NLP or approximate inference; Excellent reasoning skills and mathematical ability are crucial: off-the-shelf methods don’t always work on our data so you will need to understand how to develop your own models

AstraZeneca; Macclesfield, United Kingdom

     Published: April 18, 2024   08:46

Duties: In this role you will be responsible in leading the strategic, statistical thinking and contributions to the Development Plans, Regulatory Strategy, Health Technology Assessment and Commercial Presentation for indications/projects within an AZ product team. You will provide leadership to statistical staff on the indications/projects so that all work is carried out with regards to AZ standards and external regulations; through partnership with experts, developing design options and providing high quality decision support to enable the business to make informed decisions; quantifying the benefit, risk, value and uncertainty of the emerging product profile
Requirements: MSc or PhD degree in Statistics, Biostatistics, or related quantitative fields, or equivalent course work/technical experience; Understanding of regulations/developments in the area of Clinical Development and Biostatistics; Appropriate experience as a statistician for the relevant position level with clinical trials, pharmaceutical development, regulated research, and/or related areas of statistical applications

University of Leeds; Leeds, West Yorkshire, United Kingdom

     Deadline: May 8, 2024 | Published: April 16, 2024   16:26

Duties: We are looking for a Research Fellow to join our team working on stochastic analysis, with a focus on regularisation by noise phenomena
Requirements: You will have a PhD in Mathematics (or have submitted your thesis before taking up the role) or a related discipline, and a strong background in stochastic analysis, partial differential equations, and functional analysis

University of Southampton (Soton); Southampton, Hampshire, United Kingdom

     Deadline: June 3, 2024 | Published: April 16, 2024   15:48

Duties: We are seeking an outstanding candidate for a lectureship in Statistical Learning, interpreted broadly, as part of an expansion in Artificial Intelligence and Data Science research and education in the School of Mathematical Sciences. This position arises thanks to a significant new investment by the University to support our ambitions to further develop our strengths in this important area
Requirements: A PhD or equivalent professional qualifications and experience in a relevant discipline; Ability to obtain peer-reviewed funding; Evidence of distinction in research through high-quality publications; Ability for undergraduate and postgraduate teaching

University of Southampton (Soton); Southampton, Hampshire, United Kingdom

     Deadline: June 3, 2024 | Published: April 16, 2024   15:26

Duties: We are seeking an outstanding candidate for a Lectureship in broadly interpreted Optimisation for Machine Learning and AI within the School of Mathematical Sciences at the University of Southampton
Requirements: a doctorate and postdoctoral experience in a relevant discipline; ability to obtain peer-reviewed funding; evidence of distinction in research through high-quality publications; ability for undergraduate and postgraduate teaching

University of Surrey; Guildford, Surrey, United Kingdom

     Deadline: April 28, 2024 | Published: April 16, 2024   14:57

Duties: Our Mission Award proposal aims to utilise Engineering Biology approaches for the development of transferable strategies to engineer antibiotic-producing Streptomyces bacteria able to use a wide range of sustainable feedstocks for production of drug molecules. To deliver this mission we will integrate ‘wet ’and ‘dry ’laboratory data from an authentic industrial Streptomyces strain lineage. We will determine how the strain improvement process has driven strains to adapt to specific media and fermentation conditions and then use this information to build, design and test appropriate engineering strategies for the development and construction of Streptomyces strains that use greener carbon sources. This will ultimately enable us to learn how to rationally design of strains for greener manufacturing and make this strategy broadly applicable to other industrial Streptomyces
Requirements: We are looking for a Research Fellow with expertise in metabolic modelling and computational biology and their application for the analysis of metabolism and the design of strategies for improving the properties of microbial strains. The appointed researcher will design and construct metabolic models based on the information collected from multi-omics experiments carried out by the collaborators, and suggest and propose experiments to select the best producing species and test their performance under diverse culture conditions

University of Southampton (Soton); Southampton, Hampshire, United Kingdom

     Deadline: May 14, 2024 | Published: April 16, 2024   14:55

Duties: The university offers support of academics from a broad range of career paths, whether you are an established academic who currently holds an equivalent position, or a successful academic seeking an opportunity to grow into a more senior role, this is the place to do something truly unique with your expertise. You will have experience in bioinformatics, epidemiology, systems biology, large-scale ‘Omics data analysis, human centric artificial intelligence, machine learning or large data management. We are seeking candidates whose expertise spans these backgrounds with a track record and demonstrated curiosity for interdisciplinary research
Requirements: To apply, you will need a PhD, or equivalent professional qualifications, with a strong publication record, and able to demonstrate delivery of teaching in a manner that meaningfully engages students. You will have a track record of innovative research in one or more of the following: Computer Science, Health Data Science, Health Research Method Development and Analysis, Bioinformatics, Epidemiology, Public Health, large-scale ‘Omics data analysis, or systems biology; and have a desire to build a strong interdisciplinary research team with the support Medicine and ECS

University of Leeds; Leeds, West Yorkshire, United Kingdom

     Deadline: May 9, 2024 | Published: April 16, 2024   14:41

Duties: You will produce high quality research outputs and contribute to writing competitive grant funding applications in relation to vasculitis and genetic epidemiology. You will also have an opportunity to supervise postgraduate research students undertaking work in this area
Requirements: Applicants will have an MSc or other higher degree in epidemiology, statistics or a related analytical subject or equivalent experience of working in an applied health research or basic science environment. Knowledge and working experience of advanced statistical techniques in medical research are essential while experience of the analysis of germline genetic data would be beneficial

Unum Group (Unum); Dorking, United Kingdom

     Published: April 16, 2024   14:17

Duties: The purpose of this role is to drive performance across our functions in line with our plans for profitable growth. You’ll play a pivotal role in setting our pricing strategy, setting plan targets and working with the business to deliver to these targets. This is a high priority role, you will collaborate and build relationships throughout Finance, Underwriting and the wider business, preparing and communicating key information to senior stakeholders. You’ll manage Unum’s active product portfolio, recommending dynamic pricing actions to optimise profitable growth across our products. You will be commercially minded, ensuring our pricing approach is aligned to our wider strategic goals, while also developing our pricing MI to better utilise available data and deliver meaningful insights
Requirements: Qualified actuary (preferred); Experience in commercial pricing within the insurance industry; Detailed knowledge of the life and/or general insurance industry; Strong communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to lead relationships with other teams and produce clear and concise reports; The ability to work under pressure, deliver expected results and managing competing and conflicting demands within the workload

Amgen Inc.; United Kingdom

     Published: April 16, 2024   13:23

Duties: Responsible for projects managed by our FSP partners per Amgen Global Statistical Programming (GSP) Quality Oversight Plan (QOP); Ensure that FSP programming meets quality, compliance, timeline, and productivity expectations; Align FSP assignments with Amgen Development priorities; Responsible for FSP performance metrics development, data collection, and reporting and lead the GSP continuous improvement initiatives
Requirements: Bachelors degree or equivalent in Computer Science, Statistics, Mathematics, Life Sciences or other relevant scientific subject; Extensive SAS programming and reporting experience including SAS Base, Macro, STAT, Graph, and SQL, among others; Detailed understanding of clinical trial processes in the biopharmaceutical industry, from data collection to analysis reporting; Ability to lead programmers in successful completion of all study programming activities and provide mentorship on technical and process related questions

General Reinsurance (Gen Re); London, United Kingdom

     Published: April 14, 2024   10:10

Duties: Pricing of individual risks in collaboration with underwriters; Preparing and communicating results to underwriters; Continual improvement of existing processes to enhance efficiency, accuracy, and transparency; Assisting in developing and maintaining risk databases for internal monitoring; Liaising with other areas of the business as required; Developing good working relationships with the underwriters
Requirements: A PhD or stand-alone Master’s in a numerate discipline would be advantageous; Excellent academic background of a technical/mathematical nature; Educated to degree level with a 2: 1 or higher; Either excellent Excel skills or experience with programming languages such as VBA, R, Python, or C++

University of York; York, North Yorkshire, United Kingdom

     Deadline: April 28, 2024 | Published: April 13, 2024   13:03

Duties: The successful applicant will contribute to our existing portfolio of research projects, applying an economic perspective to the quantitative analysis and evaluation of health, social and mental health policy at the intersection of demand for and supply of health and social care
Requirements: Master’s level qualification in health economics/economics or another quantitative subject; Knowledge in applied economics and econometrics to engage in high quality research; Knowledge of health economics, or a strong interest in learning about the application of economics to health issues

Microsoft Corporation; United Kingdom

     Published: April 12, 2024   12:55

Duties: Leading team of data scientists and ML researchers; Interfacing with HW architecture teams; Interfacing with SW framework teams; Driving model/HW codesign; Developing and analyzing novel NN architectures; Inventing novel data formats
Requirements: Proficient years of experience in ML research; Track record of leading high performance teams and delivering novel results in the field of ML; Hands on experience training and inference neural networks in frameworks such as Pytorch; Strong connections to leading academic labs; Outstanding communication skills

Newcastle University; Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear, United Kingdom

     Deadline: May 6, 2024 | Published: April 11, 2024   14:28

Duties: The principal responsibility will be to work with scientists to improve the efficiency of laboratory based research and preclinical studies, and drive the use and implementation of innovative statistical methods in the design, analysis and reporting of the research; To determine appropriate statistical methods for use in research, and draft statistical analysis plans under the mentorship of more senior statistical colleagues. Examples of methods that might be required include machine learning applied to molecular data, pathology imaging and routinely collected data; To undertake statistical analyses and prepare reports for project teams; To liaise with project teams to provide statistical input to the preparation of papers for publication, or for presentation at conferences; To contribute to the teaching of biomedical statistics within the Institute/Faculty, prepare suitable instructional material and websites and assist in the supervision of students if required
Requirements: PhD in biostatistics or bioinformatics with a substantial component relevant to the design of experiments in preclinical research. (Applicants without a PhD would be encouraged to undertake and a complete a PhD within the timelines specified by the university’s PhD regulations); Technical and methodological statistical skills relevant to laboratory based or preclinical medical research; Experience of using or aptitude to learn machine learning methods for multidimensional data analysis; Evidence of completed research and published research projects, or equivalent; Knowledge of one or more statistical analysis packages (SAS, STATA, R)

University of Oxford; Oxford, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom

     Deadline: May 15, 2024 | Published: April 11, 2024   14:24

Duties: The successful candidate will work with leading researchers in stochastic analysis and data science at Oxford as part of a larger, multidisciplinary team. They will manage and conduct their own academic research and administrative activities, write up their results for publication and participate fully in the activities of the research community at Oxford. Potential research directions include, but are not limited to, scalable optimization algorithm development and analysis; stochastic processes and rough paths; reduced precision and parallel-in-time computations; high-dimensional matrices and tensors and their decompositions; hypergraphs models; learning of non-Euclidean data; and sparse deep neural networks
Requirements: Applicants will have, or be close to completing, a PhD in mathematics or a related discipline, and possess sufficient specialist knowledge and research experience in one or more of the areas of data science, machine learning, numerical analysis, optimization, scientific computing and their applications, to work within established research programmes. They will have excellent communication skills, including the ability to write for publication, present research proposals and results, and represent the research group at meetings

University of Oxford; Oxford, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom

     Deadline: May 7, 2024 | Published: April 11, 2024   13:34

Duties: We are seeking an Epidemiologist to help expand UK Biobank’s ability to curate and interpret complex molecular assay data and contribute to a programme of research that demonstrates the scientific utility of large-scale sample assay data. You will be responsible for facilitating the integration and research use of newly generated molecular assay data, liaising with internal and external stakeholders to deliver assay-based resource enhancements, adapting existing and developing new research methodologies and contribute ideas for new research projects
Requirements: To be considered, you must hold a higher degree (e.g. MSc/PhD) in epidemiology, statistics or a related subject, have significant relevant experience in epidemiology, statistics or a related subject and have excellent understanding of epidemiological studies and methods for large-scale analysis of molecular data. You also have excellent communication skills, including the ability to present research proposals and results

RGA Reinsurance Company; Chesterfield, United Kingdom

     Published: April 11, 2024   09:04

Duties: Lead the maintenance and enhancement of RGA’s global pricing framework; Coordinate with pricing teams, business units, corporate functions, and leadership to ensure that the pricing framework is a robust, effective tool for making decisions and for implementation of RGA’s strategy; Create, manage, and update global pricing guidelines, and support business units on pricing transactions consistent with the spirit and intent of those guidelines
Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in Math, Finance, Actuarial Sciences, Statistics or related field; Fellowship, Society of Actuaries (FSA) (or equivalent designation with a recognized Actuarial Institute or Society); 15+ years’ experience in life or health insurance and/or reinsurance: includes 5+ years’ experience in life/annuity pricing and/or product development; 7+ years management experience

Chubb; London, United Kingdom

     Published: April 11, 2024   09:03

Duties: Lead/support the development and enhancement of efficient tool kits and infrastructure for the Actuarial Pricing Function, to enable business critical delivery of Business Plan and Underwriting Risk Parameterisation for the whole of EMEA across all lines of business. Liaise with all Pricing Actuaries and other key stakeholders to ensure tools are fit for purpose. Engage and co-ordinate the support of other functions such as IT, BI and Finance to ensure seamless delivery; Collaborate with multiple stakeholders (pricing actuaries, finance, reinsurance, reserving actuaries, cat modelling team etc) to build the annual plan and strategic plan; Contribute to the success of Chubb by delivering timely, accurate and insightful management reports to the Senior Executive Team
Requirements: Strong numerical and analytical capability. Ability to understand and grasp the nuance of numerical processes quickly, suggest and implement solutions; Practical knowledge of MS Office Suite including VBA macros. Self starter/ability and interest to pick up and work with new technology/applications with ease. Working knowledge of Alteryx, R, SQL, Dataiku is a plus; Good organisation skills and ability to deliver to tight timescales/run with projects independently; Adaptable to change and happy to take on a challenge, comfortable working in a dynamic environment with regular changing requirements

Adelphi Values; Bollington, United Kingdom

     Published: April 11, 2024   09:02

Duties: With the continued growth of our market access, health economics and healthcare value demonstration business we are looking to add a talented Data Scientist to our expanding team. You will have a genuine passion for problem solving and generating robust and elegant solutions based on your experience and knowledge in data science/analysis, machine learning and artificial intelligence. You will contribute technical expertise by identifying and supporting solutions that optimise projects to meet the evolving needs of our clients, helping to drive the growth of our technical innovation, to increase efficiency of current services and develop new innovative services to broaden our client offer. Working within the technology and commercialisation team, you will be contributing to the further development of PROVE’s evidence research and review solutions, client service and commercial success
Requirements: University qualification in computer science/data analytics; Experience in machine learning, artificial intelligence, data visualisation; R, Python, use of data visualisation packages e.g. Power BI

University of Leeds; Leeds, West Yorkshire, United Kingdom

     Deadline: May 1, 2024 | Published: April 10, 2024   16:14

Duties: We are seeking a new permanent member of academic staff to join our growing Data Science team. Our programme portfolio in Data Science currently encompasses a very established MSc in Data Science & Analytics, as well as a new online MSc in Data Science and a new BSc in Data Science. You will support the delivery of this innovative new BSc programme and will add to the interdisciplinary strength of the School of Mathematics, making connections with neighbouring disciplines within the data science ecosystem
Requirements: A PhD in a relevant discipline or equivalent experience, e.g., in industry; Experience in interdisciplinary, collaborative and computational applications of Mathematics, in particular in adjacent disciplines relevant to data science

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