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Sr. SAS Programmer

Company Name:
Novella Clinical Resourcing
Main Function:
SAS Programmers would be responsible for creating, modifying and maintaining programs, primarily in SAS, in efforts of supporting the clinical data management department. This includes, but is not limited to: "Manual" Data Quality Checks (DQC), Data Review Listings, Data Extracts, Data Mapping from and Importing External Data Files (EDF).
Such candidates would have to help design data review specifications. They would need to manage and manipulate multiple large (SAS) data sets, including, but not limited to: defining data, reviewing data sets and variables, performing calculations and providing summarizations. This role also requires candidates to prepare specific data review deliverables and combine multiple data sets needed to create cohesive data review reports that would meet project team and/or client specifications.
Skills/Qualifications:
Bachelor's Degree in a Related Field
Minimum of 4 plus years of (SAS) programming experience preferably within the CRO industry
Pharmaceutical/clinical research experience required
Experience in the maintaining and supporting of Data Management processes in a distributed client base within a regulated environment
Thorough understanding of GCPs, ICH Guidelines and CFR (Thorough understanding of assigned protocols
Good understanding of the clinical, data management and statistics processes including terms and practices of the field
Good understanding of System Life Cycle process and applicable GCP regulations pertaining to
computer
systems, in particular 21 CFR Part 11
Advanced computer skills, particularly with MS Word, Excel and the Internet
High degree of analysis and problem solving skills
Excellent English, verbal and written communication skills required
Good organizational and time management skills; must be able to establish priorities and able to multi-task
Good business acumen with customer focus in interacting with peers, sites and clients.

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