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Director, Statistical Programming (Remote)

Company: Chiltern
Location: Home-Based anywhere in North America (Remote)
Reference: RW_7
Closing Date: 24 Mar 18
Type: Full Time
Salary (£): On Application
Benefits: Excellent and competitive benefits

Job Summary:

Home-Based anywhere in North America (Remote)


Job Background

We have an opening for a Director, Statistical Programming - Strategic Partnership for a full-time, salaried role in North America.  This role can be office based in King of Prussia, PA or home-based in North America.  In this role, the selected candidate will be responsible for overseeing and growing a strategic partnership within statistical programming and will manage all activities such as projects, resources, timelines and revenue associated with the strategic partnership.

  • Serve as representative of Biometrics on Project Teams of major, multi-study projects of diversified scope.
  • Monitor timeline and keep track of revenue realization for all strategic partnership projects.
  • Assist in Business Development activities, including presentations to potential clients and growth within the strategic partnership(s).
  • Plan and implement process improvement goals within the strategic partnership(s).
  • Assist in administration of the department, including resource and project scheduling, interviewing and hiring, establishing departmental processes, interaction with other departments. 
  • Responsible for revenue, profitability and forecasting of strategic partnership(s).
  • Ensure consistency of departmental activities and processes across projects. 
  • Perform Employee Performance Appraisals. 
  • May serve as primary programming contact with clients for projects of diversified scope and may serve as a back-up to represent clients at FDA meetings. 
  • May be responsible for statistical programming activities associated with clinical research studies and with programs leading to regulatory submissions. 
  • Plan and implement technical training for other members of the department. 
  • Manage programmers up to Manager of Programming level. Coach and develop staff members for professional enhancement. 
  • Handle miscellaneous tasks as assigned by Senior Management; Responsible for client satisfaction for projects of diversified scope; and Strategic planning of department development and future direction.
  • At least 7 years of direct experience in statistical programming department in clinical research industry and minimum of 3 years at a CRO with minimum of 5 years at management level.
  • At least 1 year of experience at a management level with full oversight for an FSP relationship with a single sponsor company, including resource planning, financial reporting, metrics, POC for the relationship, problem solving, relationship building and more.
  • Excellent project management skills with track record of successfully managing global teams.  
  • Experience with line management of other managers.
  • Strong knowledge/experience with CDISC STDM and ADaM models.  If the candidate doesn’t have this then he/she will have expertise in another aspect of statistical programming within a CRO, e.g., strong statistical skills, experience implementing global macro infrastructure, strong IT/systems background, etc.

Chiltern is an EEO / AA Employer and is committed to providing opportunities to minorities, women, individuals with disabilities and veterans.


On Application

Position Type

Full Time


Email Rany Wu -
917 836 3527

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Contact Information:

Address:  Pennsylvania, USA
1016 W 9th Ave, King of Prussia, United States
PA 19406
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