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Principal Statistical Programmer

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  • £Competitive
  • Home Based , , United Kingdom
  • Permanent
Principal Statistcal Programmer | Leading CRO | UK | Home Based

Award winning global CRO have a new opportunity for a Principal Statistical Programmer to join their dynamic and expanding team. This is a fully home-based position based in the UK.

This is a Statistical Programming leadership role with responsibility for one high complexity programming project or at least two moderate complexity studies. You will be involved in effective resource planning, work allocation and progress tracking to ensure project timelines and quality targets are consistently achieved. In this client-facing role where you will invest in building long-term relationships with clients.

What you will be doing:
  • Lead, manage and execute programming deliverables and ensure that competing priorities are managed appropriately.
  • May act as overall Programming Lead for a complete program of studies for a small / moderate project.
  • Serve in a client-facing capacity that demonstrates an ability to anticipate client needs and implement innovative solutions, as appropriate.
  • Develop and foster client relationships through effective project management and communication.
  • Plan and implement resources, task allocation and tracking of workload.
  • Create complex programs (such as project or departmental macros) to a high standard of quality and accuracy.
  • Validate complex programs (such as project or departmental macros) per departmental procedures.
  • Create analysis dataset specifications (ADaM or client-specific) to an exceptional standard of quality and accuracy.
  • Monitor programming activities in terms of added value and controlling costs.
  • Support Business Development activities, including participation in sponsor calls and meetings.

What you will need:
  • Bachelor’s degree, in a quantitative or scientific discipline, or local equivalent.
  • In-depth proven relevant experience of successfully leading multiple projects in parallel or exceptional technical capability, including ability to develop broad-use technical solutions for the department.
  • Serve in a client-facing capacity that demonstrates an ability to anticipate client needs and implement innovative solutions.
  • Develop and foster client relationships through effective project management and communication.
  • Experience working in Oncology or Immunology.
  • Efficient use of SAS, and adherence to SAS programming guidelines.
  • Prior experience of leading a programming team to manage timelines, resources, and overall quality in a client-facing capacity.
  • Demonstrated ability to successfully manage complex assignments, including competing tasks and timelines.
  • Experience with ISS / ISE and submissions.
  • Strong working knowledge of the types of risks associated with a study and the impact on key parameters, such as study timelines.
  • Advanced knowledge of data structures (e.g., CDISC SDTM, ADaM), software development lifecycle and their implementation.

What you will receive:
  • Focus on employee personal development and promotion from within.
  • Work for an award-winning global organisation with a local feel who are dedicated to supporting and fostering work-life balance and flexibility.
  • Fully home based with all equipment provided.
  • Utilizing cutting-edge technology, tools and well-established processes
  • Work on exciting and innovative studies and therapeutic areas including Oncology & Vaccines.
  • Generous salary, car allowance + competitive total reward benefits package including 10% annual bonus.

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