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​Qualified ​And Experienced Statisticians And Biostatisticians Wanted For Ongoing Contracts

Job Vacancies

To apply for either of the above positions please attach your CV and fill out your details in the form below. We would be grateful if you include a detailed cover letter to address your relevant experience and suitability for the role. We look forward to hearing from you soon.

Kickstart Scheme

We are excited to be offering 8 remote vacancies across 4 dynamic roles that have been developed especially for young people ages 18-24 years old who are eligible for the government Kickstart Scheme.

We are a diversity inclusive organisation and persons with a disability are encouraged to apply.



    Overview

    Anatomise Biostats engages the expertise of biostatisticians from all over the world to service different markets. Key locations include, but are not limited to, Australia, UK, Europe and the USA.


    We are especially interested in candidates who have gained extensive analytical experience within a specialist clinical or experimental niche such as neural mapping, bioinformatics, or molecular oncology, as these advanced projects can be some of the most challenging to consistently deliver.


    If you are interested in contracting for Anatomise Biostats as a specialized biostatistician please email your CV. Include a message stating your academic qualifications, analytics experience, any areas of advanced specialization, and salary expectations.

    Please note the minimum qualification to be considered is a coursework master’s of biostatistics, preferably higher, and 5+ years experience in clinical data analysis, ideally within a particular specialization.

    Currently, many remote projects are being assigned on an ad hoc basis based on individual qualifications and experience. Assignment of more regular projects on either a full-time contract or salaried basis can then occur over time for interested candidates. We aim to provide a flexible and accommodating work environment that enables a high degree of autonomy to experienced consultants.

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    Our Ideal Candidate

    Aside from biostatistical certification and experience in a specialist clinical or life sciences niche, to work for Anatomise Biosats in a biostatistical consulting capacity you should also:

    • Act with professionalism.
    • Have advanced problem-solving skills for situations where a novel approach is required.
    • Be conscientious and have a passion to serve in a statistical role.
    • Have high-level project and self-management skills in order to take on any aspects of a project independently and adhere to timelines.
    • Possess the versatility to take on a variety of projects over time and keep up with changing project demands.
    • Ideally, be experience with more than one statistical software package out of SAS, Stata, SPSS, and R.
    • Keep up to date with the latest statistical and analytic techniques that are appropriate to your work.
    • And your work should reflect precision and attention to detail.

    If you possess the above qualities and are looking for a flexible and varied working environment which allows for a high level of autonomy we would be more than happy to speak with you about any upcoming opportunities. To get the ball rolling please send an email with your CV and some samples of your work. 

    We look forward to hearing from you.

    From time to time we will also advertise non-statistical roles such as administration, SEO, and marketing related positions.

    Diversity & Inclusion

    At Anatomise Biostats we value diversity as a key way to boost creativity and innovation within our company, and to reduce any potential blind spots that can result from an overly fixed approach.

    What do we mean by Diversity? Diversity in this contexts refers to the personal attributes that people bring with them to the workplace by virtue of being themselves – these could include gender, ethnicity, culture, sexual orientation, cognitive or physical abilities.

    Diversity helps us expand our perspective to understand another and to think outside the box by engaging with others who may not have trodden the same path. Part of diversity is inclusion. Inclusion is a conscious approach that seeks to create a welcome environment for people to put forward their point of view, contribute, or just be themselves without fear of judgement. This stems from the ethos “do unto others as you would have them do unto you” and requires an attitude of mutual respect.

    We are particularly passionate about providing opportunities for candidates with disabilities or other life and family constraints that may make a traditional 9 to 5 role impractical. We aim to be accessible, flexible and supportive in this endeavour.