Senior Statistical Programmer (Any City)

Job Location(s) CN-Beijing | CN-Shanghai | CN-Guangzhou | CN-Dalian | TW | JP-Tokyo
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Develop SAS programs for SDTM, ADaM, client-defined analysis datasets, Patient
Profiles, 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
 Act as a Lead Programmer for projects
 Represent Statistical Programming at internal and client meetings
 Act as a Statistical Programming consultant to clients and internal customers in related
disciplines e.g. Clinical Data Management, Project Management and Medical Writing.
 Demonstrate excellent problem solving skills, a proactive approach and a willingness to
make decisions on a regular basis.
 Ensure quality of personal work and the work of the team when acting as a Lead
 Prioritize personal workload and that of teammates; perform work with minimal
 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.


As per standard


 More than 4 years experience with proven SAS skills within a clinical trials environment.
 Knowledge in all aspects of clinical trials from initial study set-up to study completion.
 Full knowledge and understanding of the processes and procedures used within a
Statistical Programming environment.
 Able to identify training and development needs, opportunities for optimizing staff
utilization and employing the most efficient practices.
 Excellent organizational skills and the ability to delegate and prioritize work to meet tight
deadlines while maintaining high standards
 Self motivation and ability to work independently with minimum direction.


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