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Biostatistician / Statistical Programmer



As an international service provider for pharmaceutical research, Numerus provides high-quality statistical analysis as our contribution to improving healthcare through medicine. Headquartered in the UK, west of London, and with offices in Germany and Switzerland we are proud to be the analytical service provider of choice for pharmaceutical and biotech companies throughout the world. 
We are actively looking to expand our team in Wokingham with a permanent position for a Biostatistician / Statistical Programmer.

Your role

  • Converting clinical research questions into statistical/epidemiological modelling concepts
  • Designing and analysing clinical trial data using SAS or R
  • Providing statistical consulting as an active member of a project team
  • Acting as the statistical project manager and/or lead statistician on international projects
  • Serving as a consultant for clients in regular telephone/web conferences

Your profile

  • BSc/MSc in Statistics/Biostatistics or equivalent knowledge/expertise
  • Proven experience within a CRO or pharmaceutical/clinical trial environment.
  • Profound knowledge of clinical trial analysis and reporting, as well as methods used for reimbursement.
  • Broad understanding of statistical methods within the context of clinical trials
  • Excellent knowledge in statistical programming languages (SAS or R),
  • Fluent in written and spoken English.

We can offer you

  • A supportive team, an excellent atmosphere with an open-door policy
  • A workspace in our office in Wokingham and/or the possibility of working from home
  • Flexible working conditions and continuous training
  • A varied range of tasks with development opportunities


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How to apply

We look forward to receiving your comprehensive application. Please send your CV and cover letter including your salary expectations and your earliest possible starting date to: Adele Seidel, Human Resources