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Senior Statistical Programmer - London
Within this role you will be responsible for developing specifications and program derived datasets, statistical analyses, tables, figures and listings. You will work closely with the statisticians and data managers and provide ad hoc statistical programming and supportive SAS programming for the data management group.Home based working is an option for the right person!The ideal person will have excellent SAS programming skills and have strong problem-solving skills.If you are looking for a challenging and rewarding role in a company which will provide you with the scope for growth and development, we would love to hear from you.Responsibilities:Program and QC datasets (CDISC or other format), tables, figures and listings using SAS to summarise and analyse clinical data.Develop SAS Macros.Ad hoc programming tasks as required.Contribute to all phases of clinical development. Ensure that clinical trial outputs included in the study report are reliable and accurate.Liaise with Data Management to ensure accurate derivation of statistical output from Case Report Form (CRF) data.Maintain up to date knowledge of relevant regulatory guidance and requirements.Review and update Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs).Contribute towards technical leadership of studies and process improvement initiatives within the statistical programming team.Represent the statistics team at sponsor meetings and data review meetings as required.Provide solutions to issues that arise during the conduct and analysis of the study.Manage the flow of work for allocated studies, adhere to agreed project timelines and flag potential problems.Provide in-house training, technical support and mentoring for colleagues.Provide business development support and attend bid defence meetings as required.Perform any other duty as allocated by the department head.Education:•Statistics, Mathematics, Computer Science or Science degree.Experience:•Production and QC of datasets, tables, figures and listings using SAS to summarise and analyse clinical data.•CDISC SDTM and/or ADaM•4 years (plus) relevant experience within the pharmaceutical industry or a clinical research organisation.•Working in multi-disciplinary teams.•Knowledge of the clinical development process and its critical paths. •Knowledge of ICH GCP.
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Job Ref: 446457753
Start Date: Wed, 28 Mar 2018 19:00:00 EST
Hours: Not Specified
Location: Berkshire, United Kingdom
Working Term: Permanent
Salary: British Pound . GBP British Pound . GBP - Annual Annual

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