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SAS Programmer (1516)
Ref No.: 18-28236
Location: Warsaw, Indiana
Position Description
KellyOCG SAS Programmer JD
Location: Warsaw, IN
Development and generation of SAS analysis datasets, tables, listings, and graphs from assigned clinical sources; leading development and maintenance of associated operating procedures; and participating in external industry forums (e.g., CDISC, SCDM, and User Groups). This individual performs with minimal on moderately difficult deliverables.
Utilize programming standards to develop efficient and accurate programs;
Support the maintenance of established SAS platform;
Support the maintenance a global SAS macro library;
Work with Data Management leadership to provide input on reporting processes and standards;
Support programming deliverables for clinical trials and support for any custom Data Management reports;
Participate in the development and maintenance of global harmonized processes and procedures for programming;
Provide quality programming deliverables;
Work with BSDM partners, and leadership in Clinical Operations and Franchise to set implement plans for timely delivery of reports, metrics and study deliverables;
Facilitate the delivery of standard metric reports;
Ability to design, implement and maintain moderately complex programming deliverables across a wide variety of clinical platforms and therapeutic areas
Functional and Technical Competencies:
Proficiency in Base SAS, SAS/STAT and SAS Macro language. Advanced SAS certification desirable. Experience programming with R desirable;
Demonstrated ability work in teams to deliver critical milestones;
Experience with CDISC datasets, tables , listings and figures desirable;
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Leadership Competencies:
Connect – Participate in strategic partnerships with Clinical System and Biostatistics at the Enterprise level to ensure MD programming practices meet the needs of the organization
Shape – Develop knowledge of therapeutic areas within the Franchises and adapt ADaM and STDM standards for medical devices for use in the MD sector; participate in industry initiatives to define/refine STDM standards
Lead – Present opportunities in programming practices that increase quality of deliverables
Deliver – ensure high quality programming deliverables for clinical programs are delivered on time and in compliance to regulations and SOPs, seamlessly across all Franchises
A Bachelor’s degree in Statistics , Computer Science or related discipline (required), with at least 4 years of system support in clinical research within Medical Device or Pharmaceuticals .