- Develop SAS programs for SDTM, ADaM, client-defined analysis datasets, Tables, Listings and Graphs in support of the Statistical Analysis Plan, posters, manuscripts, Integrated of Summary of Safety (ISS) and Integrated Summary of Efficacy (ISE)
- Provide technical planning to include overseeing the set-up of key macros and SAS programs
- Demonstrate excellent problem-solving skills, a proactive approach and a willingness to make decisions on a regular basis
- Prioritize personal workload and that of teammates; perform work with minimal supervision
- Work on complex problems where analysis of situations or data requires an evaluation of intangible variables; development of technical solutions to abstract problems which require the use of ingenuity and creativity
- Advise Senior Statistical Programming Staff of changes in scope of projects to enable the timely development of change orders
- Always display a positive attitude, promoting and contributing to good team spirit in a professional environment
- Review draft and final production runs for project to ensure quality and consistency
- Carry out all activities according to Covance SOPs working within the framework of the Quality Management System and to Good Clinical Practice (GCP)
- Provide ongoing training and mentoring within Statistical Programming to ensure thorough knowledge of the processes used and the ongoing technical development
Graduate or higher in computing, lifescience, mathematical or Statistical subject
Alternative academic qualifications or experience are assessed to equivalent background.
-5 - 8 years of experience with proven SAS skills within a clinical trials environment.
-Knowledge in all aspects of clinical trials from initial study setup to study completion.
-Demonstrated skills in the use of SAS.
- Awareness and appreciation of the business needs of a CRO.
- Effective communication skills.
- Self motivation and ability to work independently.
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