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Covance SAS Programmer II in LEIDEN, Netherlands

Job Overview:

  • Statistical Programmer II required to work for Covance

  • Excellent opportunities to progress

  • Varied, fast paced environment

  • Office based in Leeds, Yorkshire, UK or work from home anywhere in Europe

  • Candidates must have experience of working as a Statistical Programmer within clinical research within Europe

Join our growing team and discover your extraordinary potential by working as a Covance Statistical Programmer II within our Early Phase (Phases I & II) statistical programming department. As a Level II Statistical Programmer at Covance you will be responsible for providing SAS programming support in terms of SDTM and ADaM datasets and tables, figures and listings (TFLs) for reports. You will also assume the role of Lead Programmer for allocated studies. For candidates that don’t have Lead experience then we would like you to work initially in our Leeds office. For those candidates that do have Lead experience you will be able to work from home.

Working within early phase statistical programming we offer, in a word, variety…

In the type of studies: PK, Bioequivalence, Metabolism, Dose Escalation etc. and Sponsors

  • In Early Phase we are not assigned for years to the same study, so you will be exposed to multiple studies for clients with different needs as well as working with talented internal colleagues

Job Primary Functions

Your main responsibilities will include:

  • Production of SDTM datasets to the required specification

  • Production of TFLs and ADaM datasets to the required specification for clinical, PK and PD reports

  • Leading studies, ensuring datasets, TFLs and associated documents are completed in a timely and quality manner

  • High level of interaction with external and internal clients on study related issues and technical matters

We will help you achieve your goals by offering continuous professional and career development. You will be a key team member when it comes offering SAS Programming guidance and as our Subject Matter Experts (SMEs), you will:

  • Provide guidance, mentoring and training in SAS production processes and programming techniques

  • Set-up utilities/SAS based systems to assist and facilitate Clinical SAS Programming activities

  • Ensure quality and consistency for draft and final production runs

A comprehensive full job description is available.

Education/Qualifications:

We're looking for Programmers educated to degree level: especially interested in a computing, mathematical, statistical subject, or Life Science.

Experience:

You should be able to demonstrate a robust and comprehensive expertise working as a SAS Programmer in the clinical research industry, ideally either at a Pharma company or a CRO; and an understanding of the fundamental principles of programming, program development and review.

Show evidence of and experience of leading studies and performing peer review of others work and/or dual programming.

You must be fluent in English language (both verbal and written).

If you're looking for a role in a fast-paced environment leading multiple studies for key clients then Covance is the place for you!

PLEASE NOTE CANDIDATES WHO DO NOT FULFIL THE CRITERIA MAY NOT RECEIVE A RESPONSE

NO AGENCIES PLEASE

MORE INFORMATION AVAILABLE ON REQUEST

For a confidential discussion about this opportunity, please phone Peter Lewis on +44 (0) 1628 543 457. To apply, please click on the APPLY button.

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Covance is committed to diversity in the workplace and is an equal opportunity employer (Minority/Female/Individual with Disability/Veteran/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity). Your confidentiality and privacy are important to us.

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