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Principal Statistical Programmer

  • £Competitive
  • Home Based, United Kingdom
  • Permanent
Principal Statistical Programmer | Permanent | UK | Global CRO

We have a new opportunity for a Principal Statistical Programmer who is an expert in SDTM to join this leading global CRO to focus on global CDISC submission development for their Biotech, Biopharma and FSP clients.

As a Principal Programmer you will perform specification development, quality validation and regulatory submission compliance for CDISC SDTM and CDISC eCRT (Define.xml) programming deliverables and you will be a key team player for internal Biostatistics interactions and client engagement on CDISC submission topics, or internal contact for procedural and technical solutions.
The Biostatistics & Programming department are passionate about being data and technically agile and driving enhanced value for their clients and patients. Determined to improve patient health, they provide industry leading CDISC expertise and programming leadership through global delivery, consistent quality adherence and scientific insight. This is a fantastic opportunity to join an organisation with a truly collaborative and winning culture with a focus on flexible working and work-life balance.

What you’ll be doing:
  • Act as Programming lead on Phase II-IV group of studies.
  • Assume leadership responsibility as a contributing member of a global project team, communicating actively and frequently with other team members and ensuring adherence to working practice documents and SOPs.
  • Analysing and combining data from a variety of sources and structures including virtual trials, wearables, eCOA, etc.
  • Generating visualizations (Spotfire), statistical safety reports (TLFs), safety event notifications and data alerts for study teams.
  • Provide consulting, analysis, and support across various therapeutic area studies in their CDISC compliance and consistency in mapping.
  • Provide input into bidding process as requested.
  • Represent the organisation at industry conferences as well as present internally.
  • Provide training, guidance, and project leadership to junior team members and help develop instructional training and education materials.
What you will need:
  • MS/MA degree in computer science, mathematics, statistics, data science/analytics, or other relevant scientific.
  • In-depth understanding of one or more programming languages and in-depth understanding of relational data base structure and complex data systems.
  • Strong attention to detail, problem solving and innovative skills with the ability to adapt and adjust to changing priorities.
  • Capable of independently and effectively organizing and managing multiple assignments with challenging timelines.
  • Have a demonstrated positive attitude, enthusiasm toward work, and the ability to work well with others.
  • Experience in leadership, motivation, and ability to work on a multi-disciplinary project team.
  • Capable of providing quality control review for statistical programming and identifying solutions and process improvements.
  • Solid project management skills to act as project lead across the most challenging and complex projects.
  • Demonstrated positive attitude, enthusiasm toward work, and the ability to work well with others and adjust to changing priorities.

What’s in it for you:
  • Work for a multi–Award Winning company who believe diversity and inclusion is the key to their progression.
  • Be part of a global organisation with a local feel, dedicated to supporting and fostering work-life balance and flexibility.
  • Access to award winning learning and development program ensuring you reach your full potential.
  • Fully home based in the UK or across Europe.
  • Very competitive salary plus extensive benefits package based tailored around employee’s health and well-being.
  • Flexible working culture.
  • 10% annual performance-related bonus + 10k Sign on bonus.
  • Immediate interviews available and fast interview process.

What to do next:
If this opportunity is of interest, please apply now with your CV as the organisation are looking to welcome the Principal Statistical Programmer as soon as possible.

Not what you’re looking for?
Please contact Jo Fornaciari on 0330 335 9476 for a confidential discussion about potential opportunities.

Jo Fornaciari Principal Consultant in Statistical Programming

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