Staburo GmbH is a biostatistics company, specialized in statistical consulting, data management and programming for healthcare projects. Based on our 6 pillars (Clinical Statistics, Translational Medicine & Biomarkers, Pharmacokinetics/-dynamics, Health Technology Assessment, Non-clinical Statistics and Statistical Programming with CDISC), we develop tailor-made client solutions. Our customers are international pharmaceutical companies (7 of the top 20), CROs and biotech companies, with whom we work on a flexible basis.

To expand our team in Gdańsk (Poland), we are looking for a

Senior Statistical Programmer (f/m/d)

Your responsibilities will include:

  • Analysis of clinical studies phases I – IV and presentation of results
  • Statistical programming (SAS with SDTM and ADaM; R)
  • Program validation of clinical trials
  • Specification of analysis datasets
  • SQL, SAS macro programming
  • Direct point of contact for employees and customers

Your profile:

  • University degree in statistics, mathematics, computer science, or equivalent education
  • At least two years of experience in statistical programming and clinical research
  • Excellent working knowledge of clinical trial documents (CSR, SAP, CTR)
  • Very good IT expertise, especially with statistical analysis tools (SAS, R)
  • Quick learning and analytical skills
  • Team player with high degree of initiative
  • Good English skills, German is an advantage

What we offer you:

You can expect an environment with very good development opportunities. We value communication, flat hierarchies, open corporate culture and a harmonious work environment. Our location in Gdańsk offers very good working conditions, modern office space and fast access to public transport.


Check our website: and become part of our constantly growing team!
We look forward to receiving your application, your electronic short CV would be enough for the beginning. Please send this by e-mail to: We look forward to meeting you soon!

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