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Biostatistician with SAS Programming II Biostatistician with SAS Programming II
Ref No.: 18-09209
Location: Bridgewater, New Jersey
ideal candidates: • 2+ years of experience with Phase 2 and 3 studies • Understanding of statistical concepts and techniques, such as inference, analysis of variance, linear models, regression, survival analysis, non-parametric analysis, estimation, hypothesis testing, and statistical modeling • Knowledge of advanced clinical trial design concepts, such as non-inferiority, adaptive methods, type-I error protection, dynamic randomization, estimand of treatment effects, sample size and power calculations, stratified or covariate analyses, and techniques for handling missing data • Ability to independently work on the study design, write the statistical section of the protocol, write and implement statistical analysis plans (SAP), work on the CRF forms, participate in clinical trial team meetings, monitor the study, and respond to all statistical issues, and provide high quality deliverables such as key results and final analyses. • Able to work in departmental computing environment, do advanced statistical analyses, program tables and graphs, and perform data transformations. For example, ability to use SAS procedures REPORT, GPLOT, REG, PHREG, LIFETEST, MIXED, specialized MACROs, and the DATA step • Competency in written and spoken English. Good communication skills. Duties include working on protocols, statistical analysis plans (SAPs), CRF design, and study initiations; performing statistical analyses, validating analysis datasets and validating results from studies and pooled datasets in diabetes area. Provide statistical support for the Diabetes area. Work to be completed will focus on: supporting statistical activities for Phase III program from study design, protocol development, SAP development, study initiation, validating analysis datasets and TLGs

Experience in supporting trials in diabetes area is a plus, but not necessary. Should have very good writing, communication and programming skills, especially SAS. Good knowledge in R is a plus, but not necessary Biostatistician with at least 2 years of experience supporting Phase 2/3 trials.