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  • Posted: Mar 30, 2020
    Deadline: Not specified
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  • Sharing a Vision to Drive Healthcare Forward Healthcare is an industry designed to help humans. As a global community, we continuously invest and commit to advancing human health. To deliver value and real outcomes. To rise to the challenge to find the next breakthrough by making the most of increasingly limited resources. We are inspired by the potential ...
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    Senior Statistical Programmer

    Role overview:

    • The Statistical Programmer is responsible for all statistical programming aspects for 1 or 2 studies with project-level activities.
    • You will build and maintain effective working relationships with cross-functional teams, discuss deliverables, critical programming aspects and summarise activities as a member of the Clinical Trial Team.

     

    Responsibilities & Requirements:

    • Provide experienced technical expertise to develop process methodology for department to meet internal and external clients’ needs.
    • Plan and coordinate the development of integrated programming solutions serving the full spectrum of statistical programming needs.
    • Provide technical expertise and leadership to the department.
    • Provide internal consulting services, including specifications and user needs analysis for complex project or client requirements.
    • A crucial aspect is to maintain up-to-date advanced knowledge of programming software (e.g. SAS) as well as CDISC requirements (SDTM, ADaM, eCTD, Define.xml).
    • Attend functional meetings and training.
    • Minimum of 3 years of Statistical Programming experience within pharmaceutical or CRO environment.
    • Strong ADaM and TFL experience required.
    • Shadow lead for projects activities and collaborating with external clients.
    • Excellent working knowledge of SAS and CDISC standards.

    Focus on communication, quality, timelines and highly technical.

     

    Qualifications:

    • BSc Degree in Life / Computer Science or Statistics
    • Analytical and logical thinker with ideally a background working within clinical data programming.
    • Strong communication skills, positive work aptitude and you must enjoy working with technology and data.
    • Every employee has a personal development and career plan, and due to the growth of the company, the development potential is huge. We also offer an annual performance bonus, and a competitive benefits package.

    Method of Application

    Interested and qualified? Go to IQVIA on www.linkedin.com to apply
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