Graduate Statistical Programmers Training

PHASTAR is looking for individuals to train as statistical programmers. You will receive extensive training for several weeks before being assigned a dedicated mentor to help you become a proficient SAS programmer. Upon completing your training, you will begin to work on projects with our clients and begin to make a difference in the development of drugs within the pharmaceutical industry.

Once completing the training programme, you will be able to:

Understand the process of collecting and analysing data from clinical trials
Analyse and report data from clinical trials
Produce tables, figures and listings that would become part of a clinical report
Manipulate data and create analysis datasets using SAS programming
Understand pharmaceutical industry standards (e.g. CDISC standards – SDTM and ADaM)


Candidate Requirement:

Educated to degree level within a computing, science or mathematical background
Exceptional and highly motivated candidates with equivalent or lower qualifications with experience in computing, science or mathematics above will also be considered
Experience working in a computer programming environment is desired
Genuine interest in data analysis and computer programming and working within the pharmaceutical industry
Excellent written and verbal communication (in English)
A clear thinker with a logical approach
Hard-working with a positive attitude
Aptitude for learning and developing your skill set
Ability to work in the Kenya on a full-time basis without any restrictions
The role is office based in Nairobi. However, under the current circumstances (COVID) the role will be working remotely from home (WFH) until further notice


To apply, please submit your CV to recruitment@phastar.com . Please ensure when submitting an application your salary expectation is detailed on your CV.

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