STATISTICIAN - SAS PROGRAMMING - RADIOPHARMACEUTICALS
Our client is radiopharmaceuticals company that currently developing for the treatment of neuroendocrine tumors and looking for an experienced professional to join their team as a Statistician/70% programming.
You will take part in the preclinical and clinical development projects, where you will provide your expertise in relation to statistical analysis and data management in compliance with best practices and regulatory guidelines; the variety of projects will not only give you a chance to expand your knowledge and learn from the team, but also will give you daily variety of the job without boring routine.
You should have a Bachelor's Degree in Statistics, Mathematics or IT; at least 3 years experience in programming (this vacancy involves 70% of programming activities); good written and spoken English. CRO experience is an asset.
Your main responsibilities will include data interpretation and data reports from early to late stage of product development; reviewing statistical analysis plans for preclinical and clinical studies. You will be taking part in qualification routine and for-cause audits of CRO and vendors to assess effectiveness of related GCP and GLP compliance with biometrics standards; ensure the communication between all functions within the company and with external partners; and be able to recognize, address and resolve any issues.
Apply TODAY by sending your CV in the Word format to Maria Vinogradova via e-mail: M.Vinogradova@nonstop-recruitment.com.
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