The Clinical Programmer (CP) is responsible for accessing and assembling clinical data from a variety of sources, converting the data to tabulation datasets and creating derived datasets following industry and client specifications, and generating tables, figures and listings to support analysis. Knowledge of industry-application and other software languages and tools. With increasing levels of responsibility depending on experience, the CP is accountable for code and output validation, time management, project specifications and documentation. An experienced CP leads clinical programming teams, which includes: workload projection, resource planning, timeline coordination and budget management. Additionally, experienced programmers provide input into technical initiatives in order to develop and improve the standard processes within Clinical Programming and cross-functional groups, and mentor clinical programmers.
Additional duties include the following:
Work may include:
To qualify, applicants must be legally authorized to work in the United States, and should not require, now or in the future, sponsorship for employment visa status.
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