Senior Statistical Programmer

Warman O`Brien
Slough, UK
23 May 2019
27 May 2019
Contract Type
Full Time
Senior Statistical Programmer

Our client is looking for a Senior Statistical Programmer (office based, with the possibility to be home based 3 days per week) to join their experienced and expanding team. They are a leading, global pharmaceutical with an exciting pipeline across a number of therapeutic areas including immunology and neurology.

The role requires good experience of statistical programming support throughout the life-cycle of a compound, from Phase I through to submission and post-approval activities. You should be an experienced and competent statistical programmer by functioning as a technical resource, internal statistical programming consultant, and mentor to the statistical programming staff and have experience of working within a global team.


Office based with the option of being home-based 3 days per week.

They offer:

Competitive salary
Flexible working options
Very competitive benefits package
Excellent career development opportunities

Role Responsibilities:

Leads and support statistical programming activities for assigned clinical studies, submissions and development initiatives.
Coordinates and provides input for assigned project and study teams on timelines and work product required to deliver high quality statistical programming services in close collaboration with CROs.
Ensures that submission and study datasets (SDTM and ADaM), tables, figures, listings, statistical output, and program documentation meet standards requirements of regulatory agencies.
Works within a global team and has close interaction with biostatisticians, other statistical programmers, data managers, the Clinical Project Manager (CPM), and the study physician.

Person Specification:

Advanced SAS programming skills, including experience with advanced DATA step, SQL and macro development to solve complex programming tasks.
Good clinical studies design and analysis experience.
Demonstrated experience in leading and participating in collaborative work teams at local and global levels, preferably including CROs.

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