Graduate SAS Programmer

Job Locations PL-Warszawa
Posted Date 2 months ago(4/11/2023 9:31 AM)
# of Openings


These positions (2 Vacancies) offer a fantastic opportunity to join a dedicated programming department. As a Graduate SAS Programmer, you will have the opportunity to gain foundation knowledge of SAS programming, developing good programming techniques for clinical trial reporting.


This is an hybrid/office based role, you will be expected to spend the first year with 2-3 days a week in office to aid in training but you can of course spend 5 days in office depending on your preference. You will be following a development plan designed to give you the knowledge you need to excel within the company. 




Who we are looking for:

  • Graduates of faculties containing elements related to mathematics, physics, biology, analytics, pharmacy, programming or related fields.


  • Preferably knowledge of SAS or SQL basics
  • Some experience in programming 
  • Willingness to learn programming languages like SAS, SQL, R or Python
  • Understanding of basic statistics
  • Good analytical skills and attention to details
  • Good understanding of spoken and written English.


  • Programming data sets in SQL,
  • Programming reports, summaries and charts using SAS tools, in accordance with statistical analysis plan,
  • Checking correctness of generated reports and programming plan documentation,
  • Work on large volumes of data with various structures (BIG DATA).




An exciting opportunity for a Graduate SAS Programmer has arisen within our Clinical Research Organisation (CRO), Quanticate. Working from our Warsaw office, you will work within Quanticate’s global programming department, providing the highest quality statistical programming services to our pharmaceutical, biotechnology, nutritional and medical device clients.


Having formed in 2007, from the merger of two specialist Biometrics CROs, Quanticate has grown to become the world’s largest CRO specialising in the provision of data-related services. Our services include Clinical Data Management, Biostatistics, Clinical Programming, Medical Writing and Pharmacovigilance.


As a recognised Investors in People employer, Quanticate is committed to the development of its employees. With structured career paths across each of its functional areas, and Junior and Expert Academies that have been created to help fast-track you up the CRO career ladder, you will be working for a company that is able to provide long-term career development opportunities alongside flexible working arrangements.



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