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2017-43411

2017-43411

Title 
Principal Statistical Programmer
Job Locations 
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US-Remote
US-PA-Blue Bell
US-NC-Raleigh
US-NY-New York
Posted Date 
11/17/2017

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Overview

Provides statistical programming support for the implementation of data models and the reporting of clinical trials.

Responsibilities

 

 

 •   Programs statistical analyses (via analysis datasets, tables, figures, listings, etc.) using an appropriate statistical analysis systems (i.e. SAS®).

•     Ensures the accuracy and consistency of data flow from case report forms (CRFs) and database definitions, through to specifications for analysis datasets. 
•    Performs quality review of analysis dataset and TFL programs developed by other programmers and biostatisticians. 
•     Verifies that statistical analysis system programs and associated documentation are archived prior to the creation of final output.
•    Develops new processes and  ensures all process improvements are implemented.
•    Takes a lead role in the review of statistical analyses plans and provides essential feedback.
•    Collaborates with other team members to develop quality
•    reports, publications, and regulatory submissions.
•    Maintains libraries of documented and validated programs, macros, and procedures which can be reused to aid in department efficiency.
•    Serves as the chief mentor to other programmers.
•    Demonstrates expertise in industry metadata submission requirements 
•    Contributes to departmental initiatives and acts as an SME on technical subjects as applicable.

Qualifications

10 years of statistical programming experience    

Bachelor’s degree in a quantitative or scientific field




PRA is an EEO/AA employer and is committed to providing opportunities to minorities, women, veterans and individuals with disabilities.

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