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Senior Statistical Programmer

4743
  • £Competitive
  • home based, , United Kingdom
  • Permanent
Senior Statistical Programmer | Pharma | UK | Home Based |

Warman O’Brien are working with a Global Pharma who due to continued success and growth in the UK, have an opportunity for a Senior Statistical Programmer to join them. This is an exciting time to join this inspiring place to work where you will get the chance to make your mark in doing good for others.

What you will be doing:
  • As a Statistical Programmer, you will have an advanced knowledge of Statistical Programming and data structures and capabilities in leading Statistical Programming activities and programming teams.
  • You will apply advanced technical and problem-solving skills to complete programming activities of high complexity and ambiguity that may benefit multiple project teams.
  • Work either within Oncology Statistical Programming, Cell & Gene Therapy and Biopharma Statistical Programming or Exploratory Statistics.
  • Use state-of-the-art methodology and the most innovative approach, generate compelling evidence using clinical trials or real-world data to ensure successful and timely regulatory approval, pricing, reimbursement, and patient access.
  • Produce high-quality, on-time assigned deliverables (such as datasets and tables/listings/figures (TLFs), taking an active role in submission, post-hoc, and/or ad hoc activities.

What you will be doing:
  • Coordinate and oversee programming team activities and provide technical and project specific mentorship to programming team members ensuring quality and on-time statistical programming deliverables in compliance with team processes and procedures.
  • Develop detailed programming strategy, specifications and plan the programming deliverables for a one or more clinical projects.
  • Perform comprehensive review of, and provide input into, project requirements and documentation.
  • Design and develop programs in support of complex clinical analysis and reporting activities.
  • Apply technical and analytical expertise to develop and implement solutions for use on clinical projects leading to increased efficiency and quality.
  • Contribute to departmental innovation and process improvement projects.

What you will need:
  • Oncology experience is desirable however not essential.
  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in Mathematics, Statistics, Data science/analytics, or other relevant scientific.
  • Previous Statistical Programming experience within the pharmaceutical industry essential.
  • Excellent knowledge of SAS essential and R or Python. advantageous.
  • Good working knowledge of data structures e.g. CDISC, SDTM, ADaM,
  • Comprehension of clinical data standards (CDISC), TLFs, and submission guidelines
  • Exposure to working with clinical datasets, statistical methodology, and CSR/submission deliverables.
  • Knowledge of study documents such as Protocol, SAP, TLF specs, and data specification.
  • The ability to read, analyse, and communicate large and small amounts of data efficiently including teaching/explaining data-driven results to others.

What’s in it for you:
  • Healthy work life balance and flexible working hours.
  • Excellent career advancement opportunities.
  • Fully home based in the UK.
  • Generous remuneration plus annual bonus and car allowance.
  • 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 arrange interviews for the Senior Statistical Programmer as soon as possible.

Not what you’re looking for?
  • Please contact Jo Fornaciari on +44 7488 822 859 for a confidential discussion about potential opportunities.

 
Jo Fornaciari Principal Consultant in Statistical Programming

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