Project Statistical Programmer, Germany INTERNATIONAL CRO

Recruiter
RBW Consulting Solutions Ltd
Location
North West England
Salary
EUROn Application
Posted
13 Nov 2017
Closes
16 Nov 2017
Sector
Healthcare
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
A client I am working with based in Germany are currently looking for a Project Statistical Programmer to join their team on a remote based basis. The company themselves are a well renowned, international CRO currently experiencing excellent levels of growth off the back of new partnerships with various pharmaceutical companies across the globe.

The role:

The position itself entails a number of responsibilities in both a hands-on and strategic capacity. You will lead the statistical programming activities in terms of creating and validating tables, listings and figures pertaining to CDISC standards (both SDTM and ADaM), working on developing existing and also new macros alongside functional management of the team. This management will require you to allocate work resources, manage the timelines and deliver upon budget requirements, as well as being the primary consultant for all third parties (both internal and external).

The company:

This client is a major player within the industry, and this has shown in the number of high profile partnerships they have signed up to with various global pharmaceutical companies. As such they are in an extremely healthy position in terms of current work and future stability. This compnay is especially well known for the development it can offer its employees - both professional and personal - to ensure that they make the best possible progress in their careers. This position and company will allow youto be well placed to acclerate your career within the research industry.

The applicant:

My client are looking for individuals with upwards of 5 yrs experience in the industry, and a solid background in leading teams in either a line or functional management capacity. Experience working with CDISC is essential, as there will be a significant focus on this. A degree in a relevant field - statistics, mathematics, biology et al - is also a pre-requisite, anything from a BSc upwards.

Should you be interested in this position, or know someone who could be, then please get in touch. The number to call is on your left, and if you email a copy of your CV by hitting the "apply" button below, then I would be happy to speak with you in regards to this and other industry choices.