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This is a fantastic opportunity to join Quanticate as a Senior Project Planner in our Hitchin Head office
Quanticate has gone through some incredible growth over our 25 years, and we are looking to continue that by adding an experienced Planner to the team. Planning roles are a critical part of the Project Management team, helping us deliver our Projects on time, every time.
We have a fantastic opportunity for a motivated PhD graduate to join our dedicated Medical Writing team.
As a graduate (PhD) Medical Writer you will work as part of a global team gaining excellent knowledge of, and exposure to, a wide variety of regulatory medical writing documents.
We have a fantastic opportunity for a 2019 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 October 2019 and can be based from our Hitchin or Manchester office.
We have a fantastic opportunity for a motivated numerate / science focused 2019 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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This role will commence from September / October 2019 and will initally be based from our Hitchin office
To create, manage and maintain a suite of reports for the support of resourcing and other business decisions at Quanticate.
Review and analyse data, spotting trends, bottle neck issues and portfolio requirements
Display data in a concise manner that can be easily interpreted and reviewed by senior management
Make recommendations to management based upon analysis of the data
Identify reporting gaps and develop reports to close those gaps
Interpret user requirements and turn those requirements into specific reports