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Senior Statistical Programmer
PRA Health Sciences • Jefferson City, MO
Posted 17 days ago
Company Name: PRA Health Sciences
Position Title: Senior Statistical Programmer
Hours: Monday – Friday, 8:00 am to 6:00 pm
Location: 4130 Park Lake Avenue, Suite 400, Raleigh, NC 27612Responsibilities
Summary of Duties: Design and code SAS programs for assigned projects and consistently meet objectives of the project. Code complex SAS programs for applications designed to analyze and report complex clinical trial data and for electronic submissions of data in CDlSC. Manage project timelines and schedules of specific phases of projects. Provide guidance on the resolution of highly complex clinical trial reporting problems within budget and time line constraints, while assuring high quality standards. Perform quality control checks of advanced SAS code and output produced by other Statistical Programmers. Responsible for maintaining excellent working knowledge of medical data, the design and phases of clinical trials, statistics, relevant regulatory requirements, and the pharmaceutical industry. Identify problems and develop global tools that increase the efficiency and capacity of the Statistical Programming group (e.g., macros or graphical user interface applications). Ensure that SAS programs developed for specific protocols are effectively portable to other protocols (Reusable code). Remote work available 2-3 days a week.Qualifications
Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, Biostatistics, Statistics, Computer Science, or related field and five (5) years’ experience in the offered role or as a SAS Programmer, Statistical Programmer, or related role. Two (2) years' experience in: SDTM, ADaM, eSUB, and CDISC requirements for regulatory submissions. One (1) year's experience in: data pooling to support Integrated Summary of Safety (ISS) / Efficacy (ISE); and performing quality review of analysis dataset and TFL programs developed by other programmers and biostatisticians.