Open position Statistical Programmer
Responsibilities and tasks
As a Statistical Programmer you will have the overall responsibility of programming activities in clinical studies and regulatory submissions. You will work closely together with Clinical Data Managers and Biostatisticians to ensure programming activities are in line with other activities. You are also expected to build and maintain customer relationships.
Your tasks include specifying, creating and validating SAS-datasets by applying CDISC data standards (SDTM and ADaM), data standards conformance checks, creating define.xml, creating and validating outputs (TFLs). Your role may also include supporting internal process development, standard macro development and business development tasks.
You will be part of our experienced Biostatistics & Programming team and will work closely with both local and global customers. Your office location can be either in Linköping or Lund (Sweden), Turku or Helsinki (Finland) based on your preference.
You have a BSc or an equivalent degree in relevant statistics, mathematics, computer science, programming or natural science discipline. Previous experience in pharmaceutical or CRO sectors is highly appreciated.
You have solid experience of SAS programming and a good understanding of clinical databases and industry data standards (CDISC) as well as reporting requirements.
Excellent skills in both written and spoken English is required. As a person, you are thorough, happy to take on responsibilities, proactive, flexible and enjoy working in a team. You are focused on quality and always have customer perspective on the top of your mind.
What we offer
We offer you an exciting and challenging journey in a modern, flexible and growing company with a friendly working environment. Continuous training for further development is an essential part of our company culture.
We look forward to hearing from you!
Please send your CV and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org by January 31, 2023. We will review candidates as they come in.