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Quanticate has a vacancy for a Senior Statistician to join our expanding team. This is an excellent opportunity for an experienced clinical Statistician to provide high quality statistical support to clients, which conforms to current Quanticate and client-specific standard operating procedures (SOPs) and processes, and to applicable regulatory requirements, and act as a main point of contact for clients.
With a focus on Pharmacovigilance, we are looking for a Business Development Manager to expand our client base and grow the top-line sales through own personal sales efforts, and account management where applicable.
We have a fantastic opportunity for a 2018 MSc Graduate to join a dedicated Statistics department. As a Graduate Statistician, you will have the opportunity to further develop your clinical statistics knowledge as well as gain experience in multiple therapeutic areas.
You will gain exposure to a broad range of clinical trial studies, working across Phases I-IV in a wide variety of therapeutic areas. Working as part of local and global project teams, you will have the opportunity to work on high profile, global studies for major pharmaceutical clients.
This role is due to commence from Setember / October 2018 and can be based from our Hitchin or Manchester office.
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Senior Project Data Manager within our Clinical Research Organisation (CRO), Quanticate. You will provide Project Management oversight to the data processing team to ensure the completion of Data Management projects according to sponsor and contract requirements and in accordance with applicable standard operating procedures. This will involve effective management of all data management aspects of assigned projects, from set up to database lock, from an operational and financial standpoint.
This role offers great flexibility with the option to be home or office (Hitchin, Hertfordshire) based.
We have a fantastic opportunity for a motivated numerate / science focused 2018 Graduate to join our dedicated programming team.
With our Graduate programme you will gain an excellent foundation knowledge of SAS programming, developing good programming techniques for clinical trial reporting. As part of the programme you will gain exposure to a broad range of clinical trial studies / therapeutic areas. Working as part of local and global project teams, you will have the opportunity to work on high profile, global studies for major pharmaceutical clients.
The programme works to identify your strengths and ascertain your interests, and together we will then develop a personal training plan tailored to help reach your career goals. You will experience rapid, and regular, promotion through the junior programming grades, in recognition of your exponential growth of skills and knowledge. The most skilled junior colleagues will be able to take on lead roles within clinical projects more rapidly.
To hear from some of our current Graduates and to find out more around their experience please visit our Quanticate LinkedIn pages:
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Quanticate are looking for a SAS Programming Subject Matter Expert (SME) who has extensive experience working in CDISC to provide technical expertise in the development of processes and initiatives, in order to allow the programming and statistics teams to deliver, ensuring that current Quanticate, client specific standard operating procedures (SOPs) and processes as well as applicable regulatory requirements are adhered to at all times.
- High Level of technical knowledge in support of project deliveries and training development of Programming personnel.
- Develop technical support, mentoring and guidance in the preparation and review of high quality programming deliverables and documentation, as well as the processes and standards required, to both colleagues and clients.
- Provide high‑quality, timely support that conforms to current Quanticate (or client-specific) standard operating procedures (SOPs) and processes, as well as applicable regulatory requirements and/or guidelines on behalf of the client.
- Ensure high levels of customer care are provided.
We are seeking an experienced QA Manager to join our Quality Assurance team. With your excellent organizational skills and eye for detail you will be confident in planning, conducting, and reporting on internal audits, and facilitating external audits. As a customer focused business you will liaise and build close relationships with departments across Quanticate and our external clients. You will also work towards deadlines to maintain the Quanticate Quality Management System and CAPA system.
Quanticate are passionate about their people and offer a good work/life balance; therefore this role has the flexibility to offer part office (Hitchin) part home based working.
Quanticate is a leading data-focused Clinical Research Organisation (CRO), fast growing and with offices in 5 countries. As the company grows, and as the industry changes, there is a constant need to innovate. With staff and customers spread around the world, effective bespoke and customised software systems are vital to the business’s success. To this end, a vacancy exists for a talented developer to join the small but growing software development team.
The role is based in our Bangalore office, which is the newest and fastest growing location in the company. The development team is international, but with the majority of the members based in Bangalore. You will work closely with, and learn from two senior and very experienced software developers, one in the UK and one in Bangalore. As such, the role presents an excellent opportunity to work with, and learn from some of the best in the industry. A small amount of international travel might be possible.
- To administer, maintain and document the Oracle Clinical Instance
- To manage the Oracle Clinical Global Library
- To provide advice and training on the use of Oracle Clinical
- To design, program and test study databases.
- To provide technical support for systems deployed in CDM
Are you an expert clinical SAS programmer looking for a new and exciting challenge? If so, we are looking to recruit a number of technically outstanding Principal SAS Programmers like you to really make a difference to our company, employees, and customers. We are looking for a group of experts to join and help support our global programming team that consists of over 100 clinical SAS Programmers. 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.