Perform Statistical Analyses, review programming and data checking preferably using SAS. Primarily works with other Statistical programmers on ongoing clinical studies. Must work well both independently and with team members. Needs to be able to be on-time with deliverables, and for those deliverables to be of quality. Works with Statistician or Statistical programmer to assure results are consistent with expectations, and Quality control procedures are followed. Plans and carefully documents differences between programming results between program developer and Statistical QC programmer.
Perform statistical analyses and produce outputs for CSR, integration, publication, marketing research, etc. Confirms that tracking sheets are current for projects, and may also confirm that results are consistent with earlier generated results. Masters degree or above preferred. Mathematics, Statistics or Computer Science degree preferred. No pharmaceutical experience is required. Must, however, be detail oriented and process oriented. Good problem solving, writing, and communication skills required. Excel, Acrobat, and Word recommended. XML a plus.
1-2 years of SAS programming experience is recommended.
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