Programmer - Team Leader - Cambridge

Recruiter
PPD GLOBAL LTD
Location
Cambridge
Posted
10 Nov 2017
Closes
16 Nov 2017
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

A head for figures can help save lives. At PPD your programming skills could benefit millions of people across the globe.

PPD is currently looking to appoint a Programming Team Leader to be based in our Cambridge office. We can also offer the option of working from home up to 2 days per week. Working on behalf of major pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device companies in support of clinical trials, you will liaise closely with our statisticians, programmers, data managers and multidisciplinary project teams to provide statistical expertise for reporting clinical trial data using suitable analyses, data summaries, listings and figures.

Your role will be to support the lead statistician or lead programmer on projects, by providing statistical support for data summaries and analyses. To suggest developments to tools and techniques for improving process efficiencies and to represent the Biostatistics and Programming department within the company and with client companies and regulatory agencies, as required.

Other tasks will include ensuring projects are well documented consistent with company SOPs and working practices, time management of own and team's time spent on projects and interaction with the sponsor on programming aspects of the project.

To be considered for this role you will ideally have a MSc or BSc degree with a strong statistics content. You will also have good data analysis and SAS® programming skills and have familiarity with ICH Statistical and reporting guidelines and GCP.

You should have good organizational skills of own work load with the ability to adapt and adjust to changing priorities. Excellent written and verbal communication skills are a must.

Sound like you? We are seeking highly motivated and skilled candidates who will want to share in our continued growth in the international marketplace.


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