Principal Programmer

Job Locations UK-Hertfordshire-Hitchin | UK-Home Based | UK-Cheshire-Wilmslow
Posted Date 9 months ago(2/28/2022 12:18 PM)
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Are you an expert clinical SAS programmer looking for a new and exciting challenge? If so, we are looking to recruit a technically outstanding Principal SAS Programmer who can really make a difference to our company, employees, and customers.


We are looking for an expert to join and help support our global programming team. In exchange, we will provide a very competitive salary with the opportunity to grow further.


You will be joining one of the market leading companies focused on providing data related services to the pharmaceutical industry. As an award winning, fast growing company you will be working in an exciting environment that will provide future growth opportunities and an opportunity to take on new responsibilities.


The role can be home based, hybrid or office based from any of our UK hubs. 


To enable you to help drive Quanticate forward to be seen as a leader in the provision of programming services, it is essential that you can demonstrate the ability to support and mentor team members whilst providing leadership within the team. We are looking for someone who has experience in demonstrating technical expertise to the industry through talks, papers, and interactions with clinical teams.


  • Qualified to degree level or equivalent, preferably in a numerate discipline
  • Understanding of basic statistics
  • Knowledge and experience on pharmaceutical industry and requirements for delivery of clinical trials.
  • Programming experience covering activities from study set-up to final reporting
  • Should have PC skills, excellent knowledge of statistical software packages (particularly SAS), excellent organisational skills, excellent communication skills (oral and written), and excellent analytical skills
  • Has continuous improvement mentality and an excellent attention to detail



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