Senior SAS Programmer
Permanent, Full time,
Office Based, France
My client, an innovative pharmaceutical organisation with an expanding pipeline, is seeking an experienced Senior SAS Programmer to join their team.
The Senior SAS Programmer will be responsible for providing statistical programming guidance and expertise in producing derived analysis-ready data sets, TFLs, and supporting documentation from the assigned clinical trial data following CDISC and company standards.
• Development of programming specifications for analysis datasets and deliverables
• Provide QC of assigned trial data, tabulations, graphs and listings of clinical trial data according to company and regulatory (GCP/ICH) validation standards
• Develop, validate and maintain company standards and processes
• Assist in planning trial programming
• Review and provide input into CRF design for collection of data from clinical studies to ensure all required data for a study is captured
• Provide input to the structure of the clinical database for assigned studies
• Provide input to Reporting and analysis plans for assigned studies
• Liaising with other functional groups to understand and help define requirements
Key experience required:
•Bachelor’s degree in Statistics, Computer Science, Mathematics, or a related science discipline preferred. Ideally a Masters degree.
•Previous management experience and SAS programming activities in a pharmaceutical/ CRO environment
•Experience using SAS-Base, MACRO, STAT, GRAPH, ACCESS, MS Office
•Proven experience with Unix and Windows operating systems
•Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
Please ensure you are eligible to live and work in the EU.
If this role is of interest, or for other EU opportunities please contact Myna Yeboah on +44 207 822 1710 or [log in to unmask]
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