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Statistical Programmer (ADaM) - CRO - Ottignies

Company

Our client is a Statistical and eClinical services provider in the field of clinical research.

Due to the growth of the company, they are looking for an Statistical Programmer (ADaM) in Ottignies.

The Statistical Programmer collaborates on the analysis, interpretation and communication of clinical trials by creating statistical programs focused on data analysis and reporting. The Statistical Programmer supports the analysis of data gathered during the completion of clinical trials, including the tabulation of patient data and study findings.

Role

  • Writing statistical programs for phase I to IV clinical trials following the Statistical Analysis Plan (SAP) and/or mock tables. This involves:
  • Reading the protocol, CRF’s
  • Programming analysis datasets
  • Tabulating descriptive statistics using SAS macros
  • Running inferential statistics using SAS
  • Performing quality control of statistical programs
  • Modifying or writing new SAS programs and macros for greater analysis flexibility and increased automation of output production

Profile

  • A University degree in mathematics, natural sciences or in a health related field
  • Previous experience (2-3 years) in clinical research
  • Knowledge of basic statistics preferred
  • Knowledge of SAS
  • Knowledge of CDISC (ADaM)
  • Knowledge of R would be an asset
  • Good attention to details.
  • Excellent communication, organizational, planning and interpersonal skills.
  • Good ability to solve problems

Offer

  • Work in an international environment
  • Gain experience from a team of experts at a specialized CRO
  • Work in an open-minded environment
  • Collaborate with people who share values and a vision
  • Grow and evolve in your area of expertise
  • Contribute to the development of an innovative company
  • Work with motivated and challenging people

Publication date

21.04.2021

Contact person

Caroline Franki

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