Reference Number: JO-2102-462631
Senior Statistical Programmer
Job Type: Permanent
Senior Statistical Programmer & Statistical Programmer II
Real World Evidence (RWE)
Permanent, Home based
Salary: Competitive dependent on experience
Do you have Real World Evidence experience as a SAS Programmer as we are looking for talented individuals for a growing team working across UK/Europe in several key roles.
As an RWE SAS Programmer you will provide statistical programming and data harmonisation expertise (for primary data and secondary data from multiple sources – EMRs, PROs, eCRF, Observational studies, etc.). You will advise on database design and data collection and programme tables, listings and figures using SAS (Base SAS, SAS/STAT and SAS Macro) and other applications.
Develops, executes and reviews programs to provide statistical programming support for statisticians, clients, or business demands to source, organize (creating statistical tables, listings, and graphs) and interpret complex data sets.
Conducts statistical analyses for client reports and publications and utilize findings, and insights for practical application to further business operations, come across innovative findings and discoveries for solution and product development
Perform the programming quality control checks for the source data and report data issues periodically
Assist in the development of programming documentation including specifications, as appropriate, under supervision
Provide advanced technical expertise in conjunction with internal and external clients, and bring project solutions to teams and department, under supervision
Knowledge of statistics, programming and/or clinical drug development process
Working knowledge of computing applications such as Base SAS, SAS/STAT and SAS Macro Language
Min 2 years working knowledge of the ADaM standards and TLFs in clinical trials
Working knowledge of the SDTM structure
In-depth knowledge of applicable clinical research regulatory requirements i.e., Good Clinical Practice (GCP) and International Conference on Harmonization (ICH) guidelines
Good organisational, interpersonal, leadership and communication skills
Ability to effectively handle multiple tasks and projects, independently or under supervision as required