Date: Wed, 4 Feb 1998 21:21:54 -0600
Reply-To: Susan Kenley <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sender: "SAS(r) Discussion" <SAS-L@UGA.CC.UGA.EDU>
From: Dmitry Klevak <kleva@EDGENET.NET>
Organization: Deja News Posting Service
Subject: US-MA-Principal SAS Programmer. Permanent
Major pharmaceutical company in Boston area is looking for Principal
Statistical Programmer/Analyst. Very competitive salary and benefits.
Please contact Susan Kenley either by email:
email@example.com or by phone: (800)568-4949 x2277
TITLE: Principal Statistical Programmer/Analyst
DEPARTMENT: Biometrics (SLI)
Responsible for leading the programming effort in Biometrics.
Responsible for writing and implementing programming standards.
Technical resource for all programmers and statisticians. Responsible for
the programming components of: clinical trial final reports; efficacy and
safety summaries for dossier submissions; regulatory queries regarding
the submissions; and clinical trial publications.
7 Lead the programming effort in Biometrics. 7 Supervise programming
staff to ensure accurate and timely results. 7 First line technical
resource for all programmers and statisticians. 7 Spot check programming
code for quality control. 7 Draft, finalize, and implement Biometrics
programming guidelines and SOPs. 7 Coordinate and implement SAS upgrades
and licenses. Interface with SAS technical support to resolve software
problems. 7 Use SAS, Excel and other software as required to analyze
clinical trial data to produce descriptive and inferential statistical
tables, listings, and graphs for clinical trial reports, regulatory
submissions, and publications. 7 Integrate SAS datasets into Microsoft
Excel using Direct Data Exchange. 7 Document programs adhering to
regulatory and Biometrics standards. 7 Participate with Biometrics, Data
Management, and Clinical staff in the development and standardization of:
case report forms, databases, edit checks, programs, and documentation.
Provide input for study specific case report forms and data edit checks.
7 Responsible for the determination of programming timelines. 7 Complete
work within defined time frames ensuring deadlines are met. Balance
concurrent tasks and priorities. 7 Keep abreast of programming
developments and SAS technical reports. 7 Work effectively as a team
leader. 7 Obtain familiarity with relevant clinical topics and issues.
QUALIFICATIONS 7 B.S./M.S. or equivalent with at least 7 years of SAS
programming preferably in the biotechnology/pharmaceutical industry. 7
Expertise with SAS/BASE, SAS/STAT and SAS/MACRO. 7 Knowledge of
SAS/CONNECT, SQL, and Excel. 7 Ability to complete tasks with no
supervision. 7 Extensive knowledge of clinical trial design and analysis
issues. 7 Extensive knowledge of data handling guidelines for analyzing
clinical trial data. 7 Effectively works in a team environment. 7
Communicate in a clear, concise, focused, and articulate manner.
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