Job Locations UK-Hertfordshire-Hitchin | UK-Home Based | CA-Home Based | ZA-Bloemfontein
Posted Date 6 months ago(6/17/2021 10:33 AM)
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Quanticate is the world leading data-focussed CRO, and we often work with our customers on their complicated clinical trials which require a high level of statistical input.  We need more talented statisticians to help us fulfil our customers’ needs.

Our customers range from top global pharmaceutical companies where you can work as an integrated team member on a world leading clinical programme, to small biotechs that are taking their first steps in clinical development and need a friendly statistician to help them succeed.

We are looking globally for statisticians that already have established careers and statisticians that want to further develop their skills, but ideally should already have 3+ years of relevant experience. 

We strongly advocate career development providing membership to professional societies including PSI and ASA, encouraging your involvement in their activities and committees.  Together we can help you build the career you want – developing your skills, working on challenging statistical problems, to ultimately develop clinical therapies that matter.

At Quanticate, our people are our focus, as we understand that they are the key to our success. We strongly believe in work-life balance, offer excellent access to tools and computing systems including both SAS and R, as well as flexible remote working to help you perform and develop to the best of your ability.

Your role as a Quanticate Statistician will be to carry out tasks related to both statistical consulting and reporting.  Depending on your career aspirations we can offer you project leadership opportunities, or you may decide to specialise in developing your technical skills. 



Your core responsibilities will be to:


  • Prepare and review the statistical content of protocols, statistical analysis plans, CRFs and CSRs
  • Appropriate use of complex statistical techniques (e.g. mixed effects, non-linear modelling, Bayesian, advanced survival), model checking and interpretation.
  • Provide high quality statistical support to studies including production and review of tables, figures and listings
  • Provide verbal statistical explanations to your customers
  • Develop skills of other statisticians or programmers
  • Contribute to knowledge share activities
  • Deliver excellent customer care
  • When required, work as project lead



In order to be considered for this role, you will demonstrate the following key skills and attributes:


  • Qualified minimally to MSc level in statistics or equivalent
  • Relevant experience within the pharmaceutical or medical sector (3+ years)
  • Understand the principles and procedures of statistics
  • Good PC skills including working knowledge of Microsoft Office
  • Experience using SAS or R
  • Good written and oral communication skills
  • Good organisational skills
  • Good analytical and problem solving skills


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