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Statistical Programmer (SAS) III

Company: DOCS Global
Location: Peterborough,United Kingdom
Reference: Ref AS-018501
Closing Date: 12 Dec 16
Type: Permanent
Salary (£): Competitive
Benefits: Excellent & Comprehensive

Job Summary:

Our client are looking for a SAS Programmer III to join their existing team. This hard working and passionate team are focused on delivering innovation and seeking out opportunity. This small, dynamic group allows programmers to get involved in developing multiple activities and initiatives, as well as shaping its culture and contributing towards continuous improvement in solutions delivery. Your proven programming expertise will be a key influence on how we carry out clinical...

Requirements:

Roles & Responsibilities of the position

Main responsibilities

- Perform any and all functions of the System Analyst I as required to meet corporate commitments and deliverables; in particular, review or provide standard data specifications and create standard data files through SAS.
- Perform any and all functions of the Systems Analyst II as required to meet corporate commitments and deliverables; in particular, receive, review non-standard client files and develop SAS programs to create non-standard data files, specifically vertical file and incremental data file requirements.
- Mentor team of Systems Analysts
o Develop the orientation and training plan for assigned Systems Analyst I and II personnel
o Oversee the training of new Systems Analysts
o Act as resource to systems Analyst to resolve issues/answer system and process questions
o Assist in the performance of employee performance reviews for assigned staff
- Drive client deliverables
o Organize team resources to meet client needs
o Attend Project Management / Data Management / CDO meetings
- Participate in new hire interviews and provide feedback to management
- In conjunction with the entire department, recommend, develop and implement SOPs for improved CDP Procedures.

Job Requirements

Experience Required
- BS/MS degree in computer sciences or related field.
- Understanding of the pharmaceutical drug development process.
- Strong organization, analytical and communication skills.
- Detail-oriented.
- Experience with Windows and Microsoft Office products.
- Experience with DB programming is a plus.
- Minimum five years experience in BASE SAS products and procedures and one year experience in database design and data structures.
- Minimum of three years experience in the pharmaceutical or healthcare industry.

Remuneration & other details

Salary & Package
- A uniquely collegial working culture
- A place to grow your career
- Salary: £40-45,000 dependent on experience

CANDIDATES MUST HAVE ELIGIBILITY TO WORK IN THE UK, ALREADY BE BASED IN THE UK OR WILLING TO RELOCATE

If you are seeking an international company who is committed to development and training and the opportunity for career progression, please get in contact.

For a confidential consultation call Helena Crowe on 0044 (0) 7717 881 381 or email your CV to Helena.crowe@docsglobal.com

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Contact Information:

Address:  DOCS UK
2 Globeside, Globeside Business park Marlow
SL7 1HZ
England
Reasons to work for Docs International
Tel:  +44 (0) 2380 688500
Fax:  +44 (0) 2380 688501
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