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Principal SAS programmer – Global CRO – UK, Fully home based

Company: Meet
Reference: RD, SAS Prog
Closing Date: 09 Sep 18
Type: Full Time
Salary (£): 40,000 - 60,000

Job Summary:

One of the world leading CRO’s are looking for experienced SAS Programmers to come in and assume the Project lead role. Exciting opportunity to lead teams and global projects with global Pharmaceutical companies working to the most up to date industry standards incl. CDISC. In addition they are willing to offer excellent salary packages, home based working and career progression opportunities. Get in touch with for more details



Working as a principle statistical programmer (SAS Programmer) in either UK or North Germany your responsibilities will include:

  • Input and negotiate statistical programming timelines. Ensure that timelines are adhered to.
  • Coordinate and lead statistical programming team to successful completion of a study within given timelines.
  • Monitor project resourcing, project budgets, and identify changes in scope.
  • Lead on global Phase I-IV data aspects in multiple therapeutic areas
  • Key contact for sponsors and data issues

Ideal for a Principle SAS programmer, statistical programmer who is looking to further their career within one of the top 5 global CRO’s.


  • SAS programmer experience 5 yrs +
  • Life sciences/statistics degree
  • Project leadership experience
  • Experience of working to CDISC standards

Commutable locations: UK, Home based

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Contact Information:

Address:  meet
Irongate House, 30 Dukes Place, London
Tel:  +44 203 178 7488
Website:  Visit Our Web Site

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