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Scientific Programmer Clinical - II (Associate)
Ref No.: 17-14995
Location: RAHWAY, New Jersey
This position provides high quality statistical programming analysis and reporting deliverables for global stakeholders in non-oncology Early Stage Development. The Senior Statistical Programmer will gather and interpret user requirements for analysis and programming requests in close collaboration with statistical and clinical colleagues, retrieve the required data, and then transform the data into analysis datasets for further statistical analysis and reporting needs. The Senior Statistical Programmer will partner with statisticians to solve problems; reduce the amount of programming task being completed by statisticians to facilitate an increase in efficiency and compliance for statistical analyses. The Senior Statistical Programmer will also write programs to analyze data with statistical methods which are not currently available through commercial software packages. Key areas of focus may include (1) preparation of compliant programming code for CSR and regulatory submissions, (2) technical consultation and analytical support to early clinical development statisticians for exploratory and unplanned statistical analyses.

Quals--
Education: Required: Bachelors Degree or equivalent in Computer Science, Statistics, Applied Mathematics, Biological Sciences, or Engineering with a minimum of 5 years of SAS programming experience in a clinical trial environment Preferred: Master's Degree or equivalent in Computer Science, Statistics, Applied Mathematics, Biological Sciences, or Engineering with a minimum of 3 years of SAS programming experience in a clinical trial environment Required: Broad knowledge and significant experience in developing analysis and reporting statistical programming deliverables (datasets, statistical analysis, report tables and graphics) for research and development projects. Solid knowledge of CDISC SDTM and ADaM. Extensive experience of creating ADaM datasets, and using ADaM for TLFs. Significant experience in SAS and clinical trial programming including data steps, procedures, SAS/MACRO, SAS/GRAPH, graphics experience; systems and database expertise. Completes programming tasks independently at a project level. Follows program-wide standards; delivers on time with high quality; ability to collaborate with key stakeholders Ability to comprehend statistical analysis plans which may describe statistical methodology to be programmed. Good communication and negotiation skills with demonstrated history of teamwork and collaboration. Knowledge of pharmaceutical early development processes is preferred