Quanticate

Programmer

Job Locations UK-Home Based | UK-Hertfordshire-Hitchin | UK-Cheshire-Wilmslow | UK-Midlothian-Edinburgh
Posted Date 9 months ago(3/3/2022 9:34 AM)
ID
2022-1844
# of Openings
1
Category
Programming

Overview

Do you have some experience of programming via SAS and looking for a new and exciting challenge? If so, we are looking to recruit SAS Programmers who can really make a difference to our company, employees, and customers.

 

We are looking for individuals to support our global programming team. In exchange, we will provide a very competitive salary and wider benefits, with the opportunity to grow and develop your career.

 

You will be joining one of the market leading companies focused on providing data related services to the pharmaceutical industry. As an award-winning, fast-growing company you will be working in an exciting environment that will offer you future growth and an opportunity to take on new responsibilities.

 

This role can be completely remote or based from one of our local hubs.

 

Responsibilities

  • Undertake training as directed by line management and project leads.
  • Continue to develop experience of clinical trial reporting through high quality, timely support as directed by project lead, or designee.
  • Program derived SAS datasets as appropriate.
  • Program tables, figures and listings according to the SAP or to a specified client requirement.
  • Perform quality control checks and complete quality control documentation for programming plans, specifications, outputs/derived datasets.
  • Perform other reasonable programming tasks as requested by management.
  • Deliver excellent customer care in support of genuine value and a great customer experience.
  • Have a good understanding of ICH/GCP guidelines.
  • Demonstrate understanding of current Quanticate, and client-specific standard operating procedures (SOPs) and processes, as well as applicable regulatory requirements and/or guidelines on behalf of the client.
  • Follow appropriate Project Management procedures.
  • Work to the appropriate standards of project.
  • Communicate effectively with project team.
  • To be responsible and accountable for daily and accurate completion of timesheets.

Qualifications

  • Qualified to degree level or equivalent, preferably in a numerate discipline.
  • Understanding of basic statistics.
  • Should have PC skills, knowledge of statistical software packages (particularly SAS), good organisational skills, good communication skills (oral and written), good analytical skills and attention to detail

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