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Jr. SAS Programmer

Syneos Health
Irvine, California, United States
Based on experience
February 28, 2018

Job Description:

• *Must work onsite**

• Absolutely no VISAs/3rd party

• Develop SAS code according to specifications to create accurate, complete and efficient statistical analysis datasets (ADS) using raw data from multiple sources

• Develop programs to generate output tables, listings and graphs (TLG) according to the statistical analysis plan (SAP) in a timely fashion.

• Assist in the validation of derived datasets, programming specifications and tables, listings and graphs.

• Review data to verify integrity and consistency for completeness, accuracy, and suitability

• Create and maintain documentation for analysis dataset specifications and validation.

• Participate in the review of statistical analysis plans (SAP), CRFs, clinical study reports (CSR) and other documents essential to the conduct of statistical programming work for clinical trials.

• Conduct ad-hoc analyses

• Assist with developing tools and techniques for improving process efficiencies.

• Review and make recommendations for process development and improvement.

• Work collaboratively with Biostatisticians, other Statistical Programmers, Clinical Affairs and Safety to meet project deliverables and timelines for statistical data analysis and reporting


• **With a master’s 2-4 yrs experience is enough*

• A minimum of five (5) years of solid SAS programming experience with clinical data required.

• A bachelor’s degree, preferably in Mathematics, Statistics, Computer Science or related field required. A Master’s degree in Statistics is preferred and may be considered to offset minimum experience requirement.

• Knowledge of Windows operating systems required.

• Good oral and written communication skills are essential.

• Clinical trial and/or device experience in an industry setting is a plus.

• Programming experience in the pharmaceutical/medical device industry setting is a plus

• Knowledge of R is a plus

• Understand regulatory requirements concerning industry technical standards (e.g., CDISC, 21 CFR Part 11, electronic submissions, etc.) and implications for the department