These are career enhancing opportunities ─ for those who combine proven statistical and/or SAS programming experience with a working understanding of the clinical development process ─ to join an international Contract Research Organisation and take their careers to the next level.
Worldwide Clinical Trials is a dynamic and developing company. Its globally respected medical and scientific competency drives its innovative approach to drug development.
Both roles can be tailored to the level of competency and experience you bring to the table and, working in a multi-functional team environment, will give the job-holders wide exposure to the many aspects of drug development. For these critically important positions we seek those educated to degree level who can demonstrate strong technical competency along with attention to detail and the mind set to contribute to a ‘second-to-none’ quality of service.
• Essential for the Statistician position will be a strong methodological understanding that is likely to have been gained through research (and/or PhD) experience. The role will encompass the development of protocols and statistical analysis plans, the analysis and interpretation of study data, and other statistical input into the clinical trial process.
For the Statistical Programmer position we are looking for applicants with established SAS programming knowledge, to participate in the development of datasets and macros, tables, listings and figures, and other programming tasks. This responsibility will require the chosen candidate to possess demonstrated competency in related problem-solving as it offers the opportunity to impact on finding new and better ways of programming.
Whilst not essential for either position, CDISC experience would be an advantage.
Remuneration will be in line with the skills and experience you offer. Working for an expanding and globally operating company, there will be scope and opportunity for career and personal development.
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