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PAREXEL: Senior Statistical Programmer

PAREXEL

This is a Full-time position in Kissimmee, FL posted July 29, 2021.

What will you do as a Senior Programmer at Parexel?You will provide technical expertise for the conduct of clinical trials, might act as an internal subject matter expert in specific areas providing technical support and expert advice, and works independently to support various programming activities related to the analysis and reporting of clinical study data.

In addition, liaise with sponsors, Data Operations Leads, and other functional areas as required.Input into and negotiate statistical programming timelines.

Ensure that timelines are adhered to.Lead a statistical programming team to successful completion of a study within given timelines and budgetMonitor project resourcing, project budgets, and identify changes in scopeInteract with Sponsors as the key contact with regard to statistical programming issuesProvide technical support and advice to the internal teamCheck own work in an ongoing way to ensure first-time qualityEnsure quality control (QC) on all process and technical activities related to derived dataset, table, listing, and figure programming in accordance with corporate quality standards, WSOPs/Guidelines, ICH-GCP and/or other international regulatory requirements are performed.

Qualifications Job Qualifications :Educated to a degree level (biological science, pharmacy or other health related discipline preferred) or relevant clinical or business equivalent5 plus years proficiency in SAS programming2+ years of ADaM, CDISC or SDTMLead experience in PharmaAttention to detail, ability to be self-driven and solid organization skillsExcellent communication skills (verbal and written) EEO Disclaimer Parexel is an equal opportunity employer.

Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to legally protected status, which in the US includes race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.