• Must be eligible to work in the US at the time of, and for the
duration of their employment. Employees will be required to furnish evidence
of US work authorization.
• Enrolled in a co-op program at a 4-year US University and receive
co-op credit from University.
• Able to work full-time (35-40 hours/week) throughout the co-op work
cycle (January – June 2012).
• MS or PhD student at accredited 4-year US University.
• Majoring in Statistics.
• 3.0+ cumulative GPA.
• Track record of achievement and leadership in work and/or
• Experience with statistical software, such as SAS and R/S-plus
• Familiar with sample size calculation, analysis of variance, variance
component analysis, mixed model analysis preferred.
• Previous co-ops preferred
• Excellent communication skills, both oral and written
Statistical Sciences North America (SSNA) helps GSK scientists use
statistical tools and statistical thinking to accelerate the drug
discovery and development process through the following:
• Experimental design
• Data analysis and interpretation
• Statistical training
• Software support
SSNA statisticians provide statistical consulting support to all areas
of non-clinical research and development in North America. They also
develop and deliver practical statistics training for scientists. SSNA
statisticians teach basic classes on a regular basis and develop other
classes by request to address the needs of specific scientific groups.
The co-op student will work under the supervision of senior or
principle statistician to support non-clinical statistical projects
which include data analysis. Experiment design, statistic consulting.
You may apply for this position online by selecting the Apply now
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opportunity employer, M/F/D/V - and we are proudly committed to diversity
in our workforce.
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