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Senior Statistical Programmer (Remote)

  • Covance
  • North Carolina, USA
  • Jul 13, 2019

Job Description

Job Overview

Perform the role of a Lead Clinical SAS Programmer for multiple studies, providing programming support and oversight. Attend relevant project meetings as required.

Maintain awareness of project budgets tasks and timelines, and effectively communicate the status of such tasks to Line Management and the Project Manager as appropriate.

Develop and maintain SAS programs to:- Create complex eCRF edit checks and vendor/eCRF reconciliations;- Create patient profiles and medical review listings;- Set up and test vendor imports;- Set up and test data for standalone coding tool, including the generation of coding reports;- Generate Serious Adverse Event reconciliation reports and narratives;- Produce any other reports/listings as required.

Mentor less-experience colleagues in the processes around typical duties and responsibilities.

Present and share knowledge at departmental meetings.

Respond to QA and client audits, and support qualification audits.

Identify processes within Clinical SAS Programming that will increase productivity and efficiency.

Perform other duties as requested by management. Education/Qualifications

BSc in a computing, life science, mathematical or statistical subject.

Alternative academic qualifications or experience are assessed to ensure equivalent background. Experience

Minimum 3 years of SAS Programming experience in the CRO or Pharmaceutical industry, or an equivalent combination of education or experience to successfully perform the key responsibilities of the job. Experience as Lead Programmer in clinical research.

Knowledge in all aspects of clinical trials from initial study set-up to study completion.

Positive attitude and willingness to learn and contribute in a team setting.

Excellent organisational skills and the ability to delegate and prioritise work to meet tight deadlines while maintaining high standards.

Self-motivation and ability to work independently with minimum direction.
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