STATISTICIAN - JOIN EXPANDING BUSINESS - SWITZERLAND
Are you looking for a challenge and rewording work? Are you tired of your daily routine and want to make a difference in the real world? Then, apply today! I am looking for experienced professional to fill a permanent role of the SAS Programmer/Statistician in Switzerland.
My client is a radiopharmaceuticals company that is currently developing the treatment of neuroendocrine tumors and expanding their team, where you will have a great opportunity to learn from professionals in the industry and be a part of the innovative projects; and simply make a difference to patients across the globe.
This is a great time join a growing business with personal development opportunities and a bright career ahead. You will be involved in many big projects, which will give you daily variety, making your work even more enjoyable. 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; so you will be able to pass your own knowledge and support your team in day to day tasks.
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.
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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Switzerland Tel: +41 43 508 0816 | Int Ext: 3179
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