Clinical Data Management Programmer II (RAVE)

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Posted Date 3 months ago(4/11/2022 6:45 AM)
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Data Management


 We are looking for Clinical Database Programmer ( RAVE ) to carry out any required tasks relating to the technical and programming requirements of data management


This role can be completely remote or based out of Bangalore.




  • To assist with all technical and programming tasks for the data management of allocated projects:
  • To annotate the master CRF.
  • To assist with definition of clinical databases and set up/ testing of data entry screens.
  • To set up electronic consistency checks when necessary.
  • To assist with writing and testing of edit checks.
  • To set up import of electronic data as required.
  • To assist with set up systems for study processing.
  • To prepare electronic data for export and prepare any documentation for return at study completion as requested.
  • To report progress against schedules to Project Manager or Lead Clinical Data Manager as appropriate.
  • To be aware of and to work to the standards appropriate to the study.
  • To perform quality control checks on programming outputs.
  • To give opinion on possible improvements to procedures and standards.
  • To perform other reasonable tasks as requested by management.
  • When necessary to assist as needed with programming tasks for reporting of allocated projects. To perform quality control checks on programming outputs


Work Experience


A minimum of experience in a technical/programming role within the pharmaceutical industry (or placement as part of undergraduate studies) preferably within Clinical Data Management





  • PC skills, including good knowledge of programmer software languages (particularly SAS)
  • Knowledge of EDC systems e.g. Rave, Medrio/ Veeva, Inform eTrials etc
  • Understanding of Clinical Data Management processes.
  • Good organisational skills.
  • Good communication skills (oral and written), good analytical skills.


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