Senior SAS Statistical Programmer. Office-based or remote in the UK. Remote in any other country in EU. Full-time. You will assume the role of Lead Programmer for allocated studies, providing SAS programming support in the creation of SDTM datasets and/or ADaM datasets and/ or tables, figures and listings (TFLs).
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We have a job opportunity for a Senior SAS / Statistical Programmer to join our highly skilled Early Clinical team with an option to work either office based or remote in the UK, or accross Europe.
In this job you will assume the role of Lead Programmer for assigned studies, acting as the Statistical Programming consultant to clients and internal customers, developing and reviewing SAS® programs and output for the management and reporting of clinical trial data. We will help you achieve your goals by offering continuous professional and career development.
You will be the go-to person for SAS Programming guidance and support in the creation of SDTM datasets, ADaM datasets or tables, figures and listings (TFLs). In fact, as our SME, you will:
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