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Specialist Programmer

Central London   •  £350 - 450 per day  •  Contract/Temporary, Full time

Specialist Programmer
Location: Remote
Day rate: 350-450 per day
Duration: 12 months

A multinational pharmaceutical company is looking for a Specialist / SAS / Statistical Programmer to join their large and diverse team on a contract basis for an initial period of 12 months. They are focused on improving the lives of people around the world through their healthcare.

Your Responsibilities are to:
Supporting with clinical development plans, regulatory submissions and other areas of the clinical development process, in collaboration with the Programming Leader.
Providing various programming support to a specific project, e.g. regulatory response to agency queries, pharmacokinetics (PK) /pharmacodynamics (PD) data preparation and analysis, performing outcome studies etc.
Produce and maintain the Programming Specification documents and technical database standards.
Provide technical consulting expertise on delivery of the SDTM and RDB databases to external partners.

The ideal candidate will have:
BSc in Mathmatical, Statistical, Computer Science or Life Science.
Extensive SAS programming experience and knowledge of the CDISC standard.
RIA (Respiratory, Inflammation & Autoimmunity) experience is essential.
Excellent communication skills and able to work collaboratively towards issue resolution, assisting in training and development where necessary.
Knowledge of database set-up and report publishing requirements

This is an excellent opportunity to be a part of a reputable, multinational pharmaceutical company who have a strong pipeline within oncology. This contract is likely to extend beyond the initial 12 months assignment.
If you are interested in this role, please email a CV to phoebe.hocking@clinicalprofessionals.co.uk

  • Agency: Clinical Professionals
  • Contact: Phoebe Hocking
  • Reference: JO-1909-437031_3
  • Posted: 10th September 2019
  • Expires: 8th October 2019

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