Our client, a leading global CRO, provides a comprehensive range of services in Phase I-IV clinical trials to the biopharmaceutical and device industries. They are currently seeking a SAS Programmer with CDISC experience for the UK or Republic of Ireland.
Working in the Biostatistics Department, the Programmer will be responsible for the statistical aspects of clinical trials, including experimental design, designing and implementing standardized clinical data solutions, statistical analysis/programming, and reporting.
PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES include:
Development and delivery of loading external data
Development and delivery of observational datasets to Sponsors and company Biostatistics
Development and delivery of CDISC compliant and sponsor defined data structures
Development and delivery of sponsor defined data management listings/reports
Contributing to the creation of study level documentation and files according to departmental policy and regulatory requirements
Liaising with Data Management and Biostatistics on database specifications, timelines and quality requirements
QUALIFICATIONS, KNOWLEDGE & EXPERIENCE:
Computer-related qualification or equivalent
Understanding of data structures is required as well as a basic understanding of the development and use of standard programs
PERSONAL SKILLS & ATTRIBUTES:
Must work independently as well as part of a team
Good problem solving skills
Attention to detail
Good verbal and written communications skills
BENEFITS OF THE ROLE: This company has an outstanding track record with a style of work that has been rated as the highest in the in the industry. They are committed to providing all the assistance and support you require to enable you to reach your goals. Salaries are competitive and they offer an excellent benefits package including financial and long service awards.
Fforde is acting as a recruitment agency/business.
KEYWORDS: Data Integration, SAS Programmer, SAS, Programming, Biostatistics, CRO, Clinical Trials, CDISC, Drug Development, UK, Eire
Posted: 13/07/2012 | NPJ Ref: 84041