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Senior Statistical Programmer

Company: Key People Limited
Location: London
Reference: BBBH18666
Closing Date: 21 Nov 17
Type: Permanent
Salary (£): 60,000 - 80,000
Benefits:

Job Summary:

My client is seeking an experienced SAS Programmer to join a leading Pharmaceutical company on an initial 12 month contract basis based in West London.

Requirements:

My client is seeking an experienced SAS Programmer to join a leading Pharmaceutical company on an initial 12 month contract basis based in West London.

You will be responsible for epidemiological/statistical programming using Unix SAS to produce analysis datasets and statistical analyses for observational research.

You will ideally have excellent SAS programming skills and the ability to implement complex data step logic and be comfortable with creating complex analysis data sets derived from large databases with a careful eye for errors.

Prior experience with Big Data, the Hadoop Distributed File System and observational research methods is strongly desired.

Ability to work effectively and successfully in a team environment. Strong documentation, communication, and time management skills are essential.

For further details, please contact Tim Barratt on +44(0)1727 817 626 or email a copy of your CV to tbarratt@keypeople.co.uk.

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