In attracting talent, CNS positions itself as a versatile employer. We offer not only career opportunities for professionals with different backgrounds, operating at various locations around Australia, New Zealand, the UK and the USA, but also provide a workplace that is based on strong values and a unique Employee Value Proposition. The level of engagement between CNS and its team members is at a very high level, as confirmed through our yearly employee engagement survey.

Professionals (choose to) work at CNS because of:

  • The culture

  • A work environment that is based on trust

  • Being treated as a professional

  • The respect for work/life balance

  • The small size and composition

  • Career opportunities and the successful track record

Current Career Opportunities:

Statistical Programmer; Full Time

As part of the Biometrics team, you develop and standardise (re-usable) program code for the purpose of undertaking data validation, and for generating tables, listings and figures (TLFs) which are part of interim and final clinical study reports.

Qualifications required are a degree in either Biostatistics, Computer Science, or Life Sciences with demonstrated programming experience in the fields of biostatistics and/or pharmacometrics.

A minimum of 2 years’ relevant work experience is required and an understanding of the drug development industry, its processes and regulations. A high level of proficiency using, SAS® software, R (open source), and other statistical analysis or data visualization software packages. Experience in CDISC Standards and / or experience in clinical data management is advantageous.

Place of work: Office (Brisbane)or home-based


Clinical Research Associate; Full Time or Part Time

You will perform and coordinate all aspects of the clinical monitoring and site management process in accordance with ICH GCP, local regulations and SOPs.  You conduct site visits to assess protocol, regulatory compliance and manage the required documentation as well as be responsible for ensuring patient safety and data collection quality.

Qualifications required are a degree in life sciences (e.g. BSc, RN or BPharm) and at least 3-5 years prior working experience in a clinical research role, managing investigator sites and conducting monitoring visits, in a pharmaceutical, biotechnology company or CRO environment.  Working knowledge of ICH-GCP guidelines and local and international regulatory requirements is essential.

Place of work: Home based (Sydney, Melbourne and Perth)

Clinical Project Manager; Full Time or Part Time

You will manage clinical projects to ensure start up, monitoring and close out are according to ICH-GCP, the sponsors SOPs, local regulatory requirements and study specific requirements including all budget and financial responsibilities. The focus of this role is to represent and be accountable for trial sites and to ensure that the reported trial data is accurate and complete, delivered to client timelines and budgets. The position is full- or part-time (min 0.8FTE).

Qualifications required are a degree in life sciences (BSc, RN or BPharm) and at least 3 years direct experience in a Clinical Project Manager role in a pharmaceutical, biotechnology company or CRO environment.

Place of work: Head Office (Brisbane) or Home based


Like to apply?

Please submit your CV to the following email address: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. attention Director Human Resources.

CNS welcomes (un)solicited CVs from motivated professionals wishing to join any of our experienced consulting and operational teams located throughout our Australian, New Zealand, USA or UK offices.

Only applicants who are currently in Australia, New Zealand, the UK or USA and have a legal entitlement to work will be considered. For all of our vacancies, fluency in English is an absolute requirement.