Clinical Data Programmer in Zug

Lucie Nasshan, Basel Professionals Health Care & Life Sciences
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Life Sciences
Lucie Nasshan, Basel Professionals Health Care & Life Sciences
058 201 55 50
jetzt bewerben


Randstad Professionals is currently looking for a Clinical Data Programmer  who will be assigned an interesting challenge for a major client based in the Canton of Zug.

This contract is an unique opportunity to join a major client, lead player in the pharmaceutical industry.

The initial assignment will start in June 2019 and will last until May 2020.

Your key responsibilities will include:

  • The Clinical Data Programmer (CDP) will be in charge of performing SAS programming related tasks for assigned studies

  • Under general guidance, develops and modifies SAS programs to analyze and evaluate clinical data along with assessing data accuracy and consistency and also to expedite data management activities

  • The CDP may also act as Clinical Data Manager as needed and works closely with the Clinical Study Team in execution of the data management activities by monitoring the quality and timeliness of data management deliverables

  • Perform SAS programming to provide complex listings/reports to support data management and data analysis

  • Develops source and analysis datasets to support the analysis of clinical trials data

  • Leads data discrepancy process within a study

  • Reviews and provides input for CRFs, edit check specifications, and table mock-ups

  • Reviews outputs to ensure consistency across programs within study

  • Review, maintain, and approve study documents per standard procedures

The following skills are required:

  • 2-3 years of experience as a statistical programmer in pharmaceutical, biotechnology, diagnostics or medical device environment

  • Must have knowledge of Base SAS, SAS/STAT, SAS macros, and SAS/GRAPH. Experience with relational databases and clinical trials is a plus

  • Familiarity with statistical software and databases

  • Familiarity with an Electronic Data Capture (EDC) system is an asset

  • Minimum: Bachelor degree in scientific discipline

  • Preferred: Master degree in scientific discipline

  • Strong verbal and written communication skills

  • Judgment skills to work accurately and efficiently toward quality result

  • Fluent in both written and oral English (German is an advantage)

Candidate will be travelling 20% of the time in Germany.

Please note a valid Swiss work permit or Swiss or EU-25/EFTA citizenship is required for this position.