Senior / Statistical Programmer (Taiwan)

Statistical Programmer

At Quintiles we help healthcare and biopharma companies improve their probability of success. We do this by connecting our scientific, therapeutic and analytics expertise with superior delivery. From advisory through operations, Quintiles and its affiliate companies is now the world’s largest provider of product development and integrated healthcare services.

One of FORTUNE’s ‘Most Admired Companies’, we offer unparalleled scope for a career in world-leading clinical research. Global projects, innovative tools and industry leading customers combine with outstanding support and clear career management which allows you to make a difference and to connect with great opportunities.

Statistical Programmer – the role

Whether you are beginning or continuing your career as a programmer, this role is an ideal stepping-stone. You will have training and development to plan and progress your long-term career in the direction you choose. And you will not have to do it alone – you will have dedicated mentoring and development opportunities to help shape your future and improve your skills.

Award winning and innovative, we will give you access to cutting-edge in-house technology, allowing you to work on global projects and across therapeutic areas. You will also be working on programming from scratch with the ability to create new code, discover different opportunities and – unusually for a non-clinical role – make a real impact on patient health.

While projects vary, your typical responsibilities and opportunities might include:

  • Programming all aspects of a clinical trial, from files to tables and figures
  • Programming from scratch
  • Working as part of a team
  • Using SAS in a quality control/ production capacity
  • Providing leadership to colleagues – even from a junior position

You will need to be comfortable collaborating and communicating with a variety of colleagues, often teammates located in different parts of the world. You will also have the opportunity to attend weekly forums discussing SAS and relevant courses – all with the potential to grow your career into more technical or managerial roles.

Minimum requirements:

You should have:

  • A Bachelor’s degree or MSc in mathematics, biostatistics, statistics or the equivalent
  • New graduates with no work experience are welcome to apply
  • Alternatively, you should have an equivalent combination of education, training and experience

If you want to make an impact in a global market, where we are working to make a real difference to patient health, then apply now. You could be the difference.

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