Quanticate UK - Head Office

  • Programmer III

    Job Locations PL-Warszawa
    Posted Date 1 month ago(3/15/2018 9:30 AM)
    ID
    2018-1676
    # of Openings
    1
    Category
    Programming
  • Overview

    As a Programmer III, you need to have working knowledge of SAS/SQL programming and experience in following good programming techniques.

    We offer:

    • Development of foundation knowledge of SAS and an appreciation of good programming techniques along with clinical trial reporting requirements.
    • Opportunity to work on global studies for major pharmaceutical clients.
    • Work as part of local and global programming project teams.
    • Flexible hours and friendly working atmosphere in Warsaw office.

    Responsibilities

    • Programming derived SAS datasets as appropriate.
    • Programming outputs according to the SAP or to a specified client requirement.
    • Performing quality control checks and complete quality control documentation for programming plans, specifications, outputs/derived datasets.
    • Working closely with project statisticians/requestors for successful delivery of programming activities.
    • Ability to independently take care of all phases of Outcomes Research project.
    • Ability to manage time and follow guidelines and processes.

    Qualifications

    • Qualified to degree level or equivalent, preferably in a numerate discipline.
    • SAS / SQL Programming experience.
    • Good analytical skills, attention to detail and continuous improvement mentality.
    • Good communication in English (oral and written).
    • Understanding of basic statistics.

    Advantageous, but not required:

    • Knowledge of advanced programming methods in SAS 4GL language.
    • Experience using Electronic Medical Records and insurance claims databases.
    • Technical proficiency of handling large datasets and familiarity with advanced SQL.

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