Statistical Programmer

Title: Statistical programmer
Position type: Permanent, full time
Location: P1vital Ltd, Manor House, Howbery Park, Wallingford, Oxfordshire, OX10 8BA
Salary: Competitive
Reports to: Senior Scientist

Role and responsibilities:
P1vital is an innovative Clinical Research Organisation that has grown rapidly to become a world leader in experimental medicine and digital health technologies for CNS disorders. We work with major pharmaceutical and biotech companies and enable them to make better informed decisions on the development of new treatments for psychiatric disorders including depression, schizophrenia, dementia and anxiety. Our CNS experimental medicine approaches leverage cognitive-behavioural and neuroimaging tasks to provide sensitive biomarkers relevant to treatment efficacy.

Due to an increase in demand for our CNS Experimental Medicine expertise and digital health technologies, we are seeking a statistical programmer to join our highly skilled team. The successful applicant will support the science team in the conception, delivery, and review of statistical analysis, and will be willing to broaden their skill set to support on other scientific activities as required, such as experiment design and manuscript writing.

The role:

• Designing statistical outputs (e.g., tables, figures, and listings).
• Developing statistical analysis plans.
• Programming in statistical tools (mainly SAS).
• Reviewing analysis.
• Developing statistical reports and clinical study reports.
• Presenting data in internal and external meetings.
• Providing ad-hoc statistical support as required.
• Providing support on non-statistical scientific activities as required.

Skills and experience

o Bachelor’s degree in a relevant area such as statistics, computer science, biomedical science, experimental psychology, or a related discipline.
o Experience and good knowledge of statistical programming.
o Good understanding of statistical methods, such as linear mixed models.
o Strong conceptual and quantitative skills, for example for choosing statistical techniques and designing visualisations.
o Good communication skills (written and verbal)
o Motivated to learn about and contribute to mental health science.
o Good working knowledge of Microsoft Office.
o Experience with programming in SAS.
o Experience of data management and/or statistical analysis for clinical trials.
o Understanding of ICH GCP and UK Clinical Trial regulations.

To apply or find out more, please send your CV to