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Senior Statistical Programmer - SAS Programmer - Biometrics (UK)

Company: INC Research
Location: UK
Reference: 16005376
Closing Date: 08 Mar 17
Type: Permanent
Salary (£): Negotiable

Job Summary:

Do you want to be a part of a global top 10 CRO? INC Research is a full-service clinical research organization, providing the full range of Phase I to IV clinical development services for the world’s pharmaceutical, biotech and medical device industries. We do this across six continents. We believe that therapeutic and operational experience forms the foundation for taking medicines successfully through clinical development.


To strengthen this group INC are seeking an experienced Senior Statistical Programmer to be home based in the UK


• Acts as the Lead Statistical Programmer for projects of various size and complexity
• Coordinates the activities of other programming staff, monitoring progress on project deliverables
• Assists in managing project budgets and tracking project specific performance metrics
• Participates in sponsor meetings, kickoff meetings and bid defense meetings as the Statistical Programming representative
• Uses SAS software (BASE, STAT, GRAPH, MACRO) for the production of well formatted datasets, tables, listings, and figures, and outputs requested (e.g., patient profiles) per programming specifications, Statistical Analysis Plan, and other study related documentation
• Performs Quality Control to ensure that outputs meet quality standards and project requirements. Works with Programmer, Biostatistician, and other project team members to resolve discrepancies or any findings.
• Develops specifications and mock-up display for outputs of any complexity according to statistical and sponsor requirement
• Reviews project documentation such as Statistical Analysis Plan, mock shells, programming specifications, annotated CRFs and SAS database design, providing feedback to the appropriate project team members to reduce inefficiencies in programming activities where appropriate


To succeed in this role you will need the following skills/experience
• Degree educated or equivalent in Mathematics, Statistics, Computer Science, or related field
• Strong SAS Programming skills
• Experience of working with clinical trials either in a CRO, Pharmaceutical or Biotechnology organization
• Effective written and verbal communication skills
• Strong organisational, presentation and communication skills

Why choose us:
It takes skill and passion to develop medicines the way we do. Don’t worry – if you’ve got the passion part, we’ll help you develop the skills you need to enhance every aspect of your career in the clinical research industry.
We’ve got an attitude at INC: “Can do, I own it.” Absolutely everyone has ownership of what they do here. And because we’re given the freedom and responsibility to really own our projects, we can take them to new levels. And that means we can take our careers wherever we want them, too.
“We were ranked “Top CRO” to work with in the CenterWatch 2013 Investigative Site Relationship Survey (a biannual survey of over 2,000 sites worldwide).”
What happens next:
If your application is successful you will be contacted by one of our dedicated recruiters who will arrange a suitable date and time to speak to you further about this opportunity.

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Contact Information:

Address:  European Head Office
River View, The Meadows Business Park,
Station Approach,
GU17 9AB
Tel:  +44 (0) 1189 335 300
Website:  Visit Our Web Site

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