Statistical Programmer

Job Locations UK-Home Based | PL | UK-Cheshire-Wilmslow | UK-Hertfordshire-Hitchin
Posted Date 4 weeks ago(5/10/2023 5:06 AM)
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Looking for an exciting opportunity to advance your career in statistical programming? Look no further than Quanticate, the world-leading data-focused CRO. This role can be Hybrid, Remote or fully office based depending on your preference in the UK or Poland. 


As a key member of our team, you will work alongside top global pharmaceutical companies and small biotechs to provide high-level statistical programming support for their clinical trials. You will use your technical expertise to deliver high-quality programming deliverables and documentation, adhering to current Quanticate and client-specific standard operating procedures (SOPs) and processes, as well as regulatory requirements and guidelines.


At Quanticate, we strongly believe in career development, providing you with membership to professional societies and encouraging your involvement in their activities and committees. We'll work with you to build the career you want, developing your skills and working on challenging problems to ultimately develop clinical therapies that matter.


As an ideal candidate, you should have a degree in a numerate discipline, a good understanding of basic statistics, and programming experience covering activities from study set-up to final reporting. You should also possess excellent analytical and organizational skills, strong communication skills, and a continuous improvement mentality with a good attention to detail.

Candidates need to be already based in UK or Poland. 


In return, we offer competitive salaries, flexible working arrangements, excellent benefits packages, and access to tools and computing systems including both SAS and R. At Quanticate, our people are our focus, and we understand that they are the key to our success. So, if you're looking for a challenging and rewarding career in statistical programming, join us at Quanticate!


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