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Freelance Statistical Programmer - Part Home Based

Company: AL2S3 LTD
Location: home based
Reference: freestatpro
Closing Date: 10 Feb 19
Type: Contract
Salary (£): Negotiable

Job Summary:

2-3 days working from home, Statistical Programmer with 2-5 years experience, 6 month contract with extension, start February


Freelance Statistical Programmer (Part Home-Based) - 6 month contract with likely extension

AL Solutions are searching for a Statistical Programmer to work with a consultancy in The Netherlands on a full time contract basis, initially for a 6 months with an extension. This position is available for a February start and can offer 2-3 days home based working anywhere around Europe with the remainder working at the client site in the south of The Netherlands.

The ideal candidate must have the following:

  • 2-5 years experience as a SAS/Statistical Programmer
  • Worked on a variety of phases within the clinical trial
  • Good working knowledge of CDISC standards
  • Life science degree or equivilant
  • Ability to travel to the office based in The Netherlands


AL Solutions are a niche Life Science recruitment consultancy. We place professionals across the UK/EU for a variety of biotechnology, pharmaceutical and CRO companies ranging from small start-ups to large global organisations.

If you’re interested, please apply below. If this position doesn’t interest you, please visit our website for a list of more vacancies 

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Contact Information:

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Woodlands House
415 Limpsfield Road
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