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FREELANCE: Senior Statistician 2 year contract - UK Medical Devices

Company: Umbilical Life
Location:
Reference: CARRERA/46
Closing Date: 01 Dec 17
Type: Contract
Salary (£): Negotiable
Benefits:

Job Summary:

For a confidential discussion please contact James Carrera at Umbilical +44 (0) 116 461 0074 or email james.carrera@umbilical-life.com

Requirements:

Responsibilities:

  • Statistical analysis methodology review 
  • Writing SAP's and reports
  • Participate in team meeting 
  • Review data, quality control and validation of sensor data (programming checks and queries reviews)
  • Prepare and write statistical part of posters (helping clinicians to prepare posters for internal or external meetings with authorities or organisations)
  • SAS Programming of statistical analysis part and Table Listing and Figures

About you:

  • MSc. or PhD. Degree in Statistics 
  • You will need at least three years experience in Clinical Trials (Pharma or CRO preferred)
  • Excellent SAS programming skills
  • Experience in statistical methodologies ( ANCOVA and survival analysis)
  • Experience in QC and reviewing of data 
  • Excellent communication skills, must be fluent in English

 

For a confidential discussion please contact James Carrera at Umbilical

+44 (0) 116 461 0074 or email james.carrera@umbilical-life.com

 

Apply for this job: FREELANCE: Senior Statistician 2 year contract - UK Medical Devices

Contact Information:

Address:  Head Office
Premier House 9 Rutland Street Leicester
LE1 1RE
England
Tel:  011 6 461 0070
Website:  Visit Our Web Site

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