clinical data programmer in neuchatel

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job details

posted
location
neuchatel, neuchâtel
job category
Life Sciences
job type
temporary
reference number
13145
phone
058 201 55 50

job description

For an international tobacco company in Neuchâtel, we are seeking a: 

Clinical Data programmer

Location: Neuchâtel

Contract duration : immediate until July 2020

 

Accountabilities: 

  • Ensure that the programming activities are conducted in accordance with Good Clinical Practice (GCP), other regulatory requirements and the company's requirements

  • Review data deliverables (including specifications, outputs, dataset) to ensure that they are CDISC compliant and correspond to the CDISC Library and other company's requirements. 

  • Support creation of SAS macros to improve efficiency of data deliverables.

  • Support study teams with the transfer, upload, and checking of deliverables from the CRO's to the company in the Integrated Data Management System (e.g. Oracle CDC, MaxisIT) and responsible for making the data available to the study statistician according to their blinding status. Act as a reference person for biostatistical team regarding Integrated Data Management System.

  • Act as a programmer for generating statistical analyses in accordance with the requirements.

  • Develop statistical programs and generate QC outputs to validate selected datasets, tables, figures, listings, and other statistical outputs. 

  • Review and ensure alignment between statistical analysis plans and the implementation of analysis methods to support data analysis.

Skills and Competencies needed:

Education: 

  • Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree in Life Science. 
  • Certification or Expertise in CDISC Standard (Clinical Data Interchange Standards Consortium)
  • Expertise in SAS programming is a must.

Work Experience: 

  • At least 5 years of industry experience in SAS programming. 

Functional skills: 

  • Experience working under Good Clinical Practices
  • Familiar with EDC system
  • Overseeing CRO activities, strong SAS experience, familiar with implementing and managing CDISC standards (SDTM and ADaM); 

 

Please note a valid Swiss work permit or Swiss or EU-25/EFTA citizenship is required for this position