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Manager of Statistical Programming (Remote)

Company: Chiltern
Location: Home-based position anywhere in USA
Reference: RW_8
Closing Date: 24 Mar 18
Type: Full Time
Salary (£): On Application
Benefits: Excellent and competitive benefits

Job Summary:

Home-based position anywhere in USA


Job Background

Provide daily supervision of statistical programming personnel and operations to ensure achievement of departmental goals and levels. Independently handle routine personnel-related issues. Provide lead statistical programming support in the project specific programming of statistical tables, listings, figures, and analysis datasets for clinical trials in accordance with Chiltern and/or sponsor Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) or study specific guidelines. Manage and/or mentor junior level statistical programming staff.




1. Coordinate programming activities for several clinical research projects

2. Serve as the statistical programming lead on internal project teams and coordinates programming, verification, and documentation of statistical programs for use in creating analysis datasets, tables, listings, and figures

3. Facilitate advanced technical expertise, in conjunction with internal and external team members, to design, implement, validate, and maintain project reporting applications that are supported by the department

4. Identify project priorities and project timeline goals and communicate priority-related issues and timelines to programming teams

5. Ensure the efficiency, quality, and integrity of data reporting, and project activities executed

6. Successfully represent the department and the company in client meetings/presentations and maintain a positive working relationship with sponsors, collaborating associates, and vendor personnel

7. Lead and organize project programming teams, typically for multiple protocol or otherwise complex projects

8. Identify project priorities and project timeline goals and communicate priority-related issues and timelines to programming teams

9. Communicate accurate and timely status updates to other project team members and department management

10. Actively manage programming activities within parameters of project budgets

11. Contribute to ongoing improvement of programming processes and methodology

12. Maintain awareness of project budgets and tasks, and effectively communicate the status of such tasks to line management and the project manager, as appropriate

13. Actively monitor project budgets and help staff identify resource of scope of work changes

14. Perform other duties as assigned

  • Undergraduate degree or higher in Biostatistics, Computer Science, or related field
  • Minimum 5+ years’ line management experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience required to successfully perform the key responsibilities of the job
  • Extensive experience leading statistical programming activities in clinical research
  • Experience leading statistical programming activities for a multiple protocol program preferred
  • Significant previous experience in a pharmaceutical research or CRO setting required
  • Some supervisory experience required
  • Extensive knowledge of one or more statistical software packages (SAS® preferred) used to conduct statistical analyses

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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