Global Clinical Supply (GCS) manages the execution of supply chain strategies to deliver Investigational Medicinal Product to patients involved in Pfizer’s clinical research trials across the globe.
The Data Science Associate role provides hands-on data reporting, data visualization and data modeling support across the entire GCS organization. For this position candidates will need to be a creative problem solver and have a strong commitment to quality to successfully deliver optimal data related solutions. As part of the Data Strategy and Analytics - Technical Execution Team, this role leverages a variety of data management, advanced analytics tools, and technologies to deliver prioritized business use cases. This role works closely with Analytic Leads and Digital Teams to understand the business use case and develops analytics per requirements along with data cataloging and documentation.
Understand requirements from GCS business lines and Analytic Leads
Maintain and nurture the Data Marketplace’s data catalog. Curate, monitor and maintain metrics for data catalog.
Profile data to identify data quality issues with data flowing into the GCS Data Marketplace and implement measures to improve data quality. Assist with reporting on data quality and data marketplace metrics.
Apply data mining, data transformation and data analytics to develop statistical/optimization models using Dataiku's Data Science Studio (DSS)
Design, build and deploy predictive and prescriptive models using statistical modeling, machine learning, and optimization
Develop Analytics workflows in the GCS User Defined Data Marketplace space using Alteryx to solve business problems
Develop reporting solutions including Spotfire (visualization support, maintenance, and development) and SharePoint (support, maintenance, and development) for Data Marketplace related initiatives.
Have a strong understanding of system development life cycle, computer system validation and Good Practice (GxP) requirements.
Document tasks, issues and resolutions using designated tracking tools, as applicable.
Interface with Digital staff and vendors.
Assist with system testing, maintenance and validation of data marketplace
Assist with documentation and change management activities for data marketplace
Provides application support to customers in an appropriate manner using the GCS Data Marketplace.
Bachelor’s degree required, preferably in statistics, computer science, data sciences, supply chain or related ﬁeld from an accredited four-year college or university or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Experience with reporting tools, software, and other applications (like Data Catalog), including but not limited to SQL, Alteryx, Alation, Pipeline Pilot, Spotfire, Tableau, Data Science Studio (DSS)
Exposure to the operation and analysis of relational database software and standards, as well as data retrieval methodologies.
Ability to work in ambiguous situations
Demonstrated skills in analysis and problem solving
Understanding of system validation / software development lifecycle
Comfortable preparing and presenting ideas and information in a variety of settings
Must have strong inter-personal and customer service skills
Comfortable working with a global team, partners, and customers in a change agile environment
Management and analysis of large data sets from various source systems
Able to articulate information, findings, and complex data solutions concisely and with clarity to management
Understanding of transactional data & flows across systems, data mapping and hierarchy concepts, and management reporting
NON-STANDARD WORK SCHEDULE, TRAVEL OR ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS
Travel is limited to approximately 15% for this role
May require after hours support
May include international travel
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Relocation support available
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Relocation assistance may be available based on business needs and/or eligibility.
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