Job Locations PL-Warszawa
Posted Date 10 months ago(3/31/2021 9:52 AM)
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Job: Programmer

Salary: Negotiable depending on experience + Benefits 

Location: Poland


Due to a huge surge in work we (Quanticate) are recruiting for programmers from Junior through to Senior level. 


Must have experience in one of the following to be considered:

  • Pharmaceutical
  • Medical
  • Clinical research


As a Programmer you will focus on delivering:


  • Project management of assigned complex/multiple projects.
  • Technical expertise and management in support of Programming deliveries, projects, initiatives, and training development of Programming personnel.



Core Responsibilities:


  • Work on cross-functional initiatives promoting knowledge-sharing within Quanticate.
  • Lead complex projects, locally or globally, as required.
  • Work work independently as a programmer and advise on preferred programming solutions for complex projects.
  • Establish and enforce the appropriate standards for multiple projects.
  • Plan resource requirements and project timelines, and recognise project training needs, including multiple/complex projects.
  • Provide programming expertise internally and externally on complex clinical projects.
  • Provide leadership within the function on programming standards, processes, and procedures, as well as to other Quanticate functions and externally to clients.


Person Specification:


  • You must have an understanding of basic statistics.
  • Previous experience in the pharmaceutical industry or medical sector.
  • If you have Programming experience covering activities from study set-up to final reporting it would be advantageous. 



About the company:

Quanticate is a leading global data-focused Clinical Research Organization (CRO) which may also be known as a 'Biometric CRO'. Quanticate has a global reach with offices across 3 continents and is primarily focused on the management, analysis and reporting of data from clinical trials and post-marketing surveillance.


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