Job – Bristol-Myers Squibb – METRICS & REPORTING ANALYST



 A new and challenging role opened in our Global Development Operations (GDO) department, within the Analytics and Technology team for a


Support the delivery and development of clinical study related reports as well as analysis and interpretation of data to facilitate study management decisions. This mainly involves the creation of standard and ad hoc recruitment and retention analytics and metrics reports, but also covers specific requests for more advanced data insights, visualizations and decision packets.
Contribute to the development and optimization of analytics and metric reporting platforms for the GDO department of Analytics and Technology. Oversee the exchange of data between BMS, 3rd party analytics teams, vendors and internal customers. Translate customer requests into reporting deliverables. 


Qualifications Required:

• BS degree in a scientific discipline is preferred e.g. information science, epidemiology, health care.
• Alternatively, 3-5 years experience in clinical information services support as well as good understanding of clinical trial processes and analytical techniques. Experience with vendor management is highly valued.
• The right candidate needs to stay abreast of industry trends in clinical trial intelligence and decision support.
• Strong excel skill-set.
• Knowledge of internal information systems is an asset e.g. Eclipse and Eclipse Reports, RIVRS and J-Review.


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