Company: SEC Recruitment
Closing Date: 21 Dec 16
Salary (£): 80,000 - 100,000
A rapidly expanding CRO is currently looking for a talented Contract Statistical Programmer for an exciting new project for 6 - 12 months in a completely home-based role from within the EU. Any European country is eligible
A rapidly expanding CRO is currently looking for a talented Contract Statistical Programmer for an exciting new project for 6 – 12 months in a completely home-based role from within the EU.
As a contract statistical programmer you will be involved in data manipulation, analysis and reporting of clinical trial data. This includes but not limited to creating analysis files, TLFs, validation and maintenance of associated tracking and validation documentation, as well as creating and validating of CDISC, SDTM and ADaM. Excellent rate on offer please contact me directly to discuss.
To be successful in this role you will be expected to hold;
-Your recent experience must have primarily involved creating and validating analysis datasets (CDISC ADaM standard preferred), Tables, Listings and Graphs
-Degree in life sciences, statistics, biostatistics, or equivalent areas with extensive experience in pharmaceutical industry, medicine or a relevant field is preferred.
-Extensive SAS programming skills
-Knowledge of base SAS, SAS macro language, graph, FSP, STATS, SQL as well as other programming languages.
-Submission related activities would be highly desirable
-Minimum of 5 years experience
If you would like a confidential discussion in regards to this exciting opportunity, then please feel free to get in touch on +44 207 255 6665 OR alternatively send your updated CV to email@example.com
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