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Biostatistician with SAS Programming I
Ref No.: 16-02606
Location: Bridgewater, New Jersey
Start Date / End Date: 09/30/2016 to 12/31/2016
Job Title: Biostatistician with SAS Programming I
Location: Bridgewater, NJ
Duration: 3 Months + extension
Job#: 5805207


Utilize statistical knowledge of and expertise to provide statistical support for HEOR studies. Experience with databases. Database examples:
1) Medical and pharmacy claims databases (e.g. MarketScan);
2) Medical record databases (e.g. Client Healthcare);
3) US government public use databases (e.g. NHANES, MEPS)

Participate in study concept, protocol and SAP development and ensure appropriateness of study design, sample size and statistical methodologies proposed.

Specify the structure of the datasets that will be delivered for statistical analysis to ensure that the structure follows any existing company standard for databases pooling.
Mock-up, review, and approve tables, listings and graphs specifications.

Actively participate in project/study team meetings. Establish/negotiate timelines for completion of study-related statistical activities. Ensure the study timelines are met.
Conduct observational data analysis, include data management, statistical programming, interpretation of analyses results, and write-up/review the corresponding sections of HEOR study report.

Produce analysis datasets, listings, tables, and figures for research projects, according to specifications, while maintaining documentation and complying with pre-defined project / study standards.

Provide oversight of the biostatistics-related activities for HEOR studies subcontracted to a CRO:
Oversee the CROs work on the preparation of analysis plans, development and validation of computer algorithms for inferential analyses, statistical writing of study reports, and other outsourced analyses as appropriate.
Perform quality control procedures to ensure that statistical deliverables conform to the requirements outlined in the SAP
Performs other duties as assigned.