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PHASTAR is a specialist CRO, offering statistical consulting, clinical trial reporting and data management, by providing expert consultants and managing and delivering in-house projects.

If you would like to work with a team of expert statisticians, in a company run and managed by statisticians, where your skills will be valued and nurtured, then our roles may be right for you.

There are a number of reasons you may wish to join the PHASTAR team: 

  • We have an excellent graduate programme in place. Continuous learning and mentors to support you after the initial graduate programme
  • You will have the opportunity to use a variety of statistical techniques, including survival analysis, logistic regression, mixed-model repeated measures and non-parametric methods, to name a few
  • Learn from PHASTAR's internal experts and from personnel with specialist PhDs
  • The opportunity to progress your career in a forward-thinking and dynamic company
  • Work in a wide variety of therapeutic areas ranging from First-In-Human Phase I drug trials to large-scale long-term Oncology studies, employing appropriate analysis techniques
  • A better way to work: PHASTAR have a unique approach to statistical consulting and data analysis. Our approach ensures high quality consulting and data analysis
  • A relaxed place to work. PHASTAR encourages a hard working but friendly and sociable office environment

Graduate Statistician

in UK - Any Office
Start date: 14.09.2020
Role and responsibilities
  • Manipulate, summarise and analyse clinical trial data using a variety of statistical methods
  • Develop SAS programming skills in order to deliver high quality study results for clinical research
  • Function as statistical support across a number of studies in different phase and therapy areas
  • Develop SAS programs to produce datasets according to agreed industry or client standards
  • Assist in the development of Statistical Analysis Plans
  • Contribute to sample size calculations for assigned studies
  • Work with other statisticians and programmers internally
  • PhD or MSc in Statistics
  • Excellent written and verbal communication in English
  • Enthusiastic about learning
  • Ambitious and a strong team player
What we offer:
  • A place on our specialist graduate training programme designed for statisticians new to the pharmaceutical industry
  • You will be taught how to programme using SAS by a specialist trainer
  • Ability to develop your career in an intellectually-stimulating, dynamic, supportive environment with a clear career path
  • Variety of projects in statistical consultancy and clinical trial reporting (range of therapeutic areas and phases)
  • Excellent remuneration (competitive salary, pension, healthcare, conferences and courses)

Our Glasgow, Sheffield, Manchester and Canterbury offices are open for new graduates.

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