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Thursday, July 19, 2007

SAS Programmer, Statistical Programmer (Murray Hill, NJ)

Cmed Inc. (www.cmedresearch.com) is a rapidly growing Contract Research Organization which uses cutting edge technology to run clinical trials. We are currently seeking ambitious and talented individuals to perform the following as Statistical Programmers at our Murray Hill, NJ and Horsham, UK locations:
  • carry out Statistical programming for both production and QC of derived data sets, data listings, data summaries, figures and statistical appendices for global Phase I-IV trials
  • create study specifications for analysis datasets and pooled datasets for phase I-IV clinical trials
  • ensure the quality and timeliness of statistical programming deliverables.

The Statistical Programmer will also perform the following types of tasks:
  • Program analysis datasets, pooled datasets, listings, summaries, figures and tables for phase I-IV clinical trials and for overall summaries of safety and efficacy to Cmed and/or Sponsor specifications.
  • Production of study specifications for analysis datasets and pooled datasets for phase I-IV clinical trials.
  • Provide input as appropriate into specifications for data listings, data summaries/tables and figures for phase I-IV clinical trials, and for overall summaries of safety and efficacy, to ensure adherence to the standards of Cmed and/or the Sponsor.
  • Provide quality control for the above deliverables.
  • Produce SAS programs written to a standard as defined by Cmed and/or Sponsor good programming practice requirements.
  • Provide programming input into CRF(s) and data management plan(s) to ensure that these documents are consistent and adhere to the standards of Cmed and/or the Sponsor.
  • Provide input from a statistical programming perspective to the statistical analysis plan, the QC plan and project convention documents.
  • Provide input into specifications of data structures and databases to ensure adherence to Cmed and/or Sponsor standards.
  • Provide transfer of SAS derived datasets, outputs and programs (as appropriate) from Cmed to Sponsor
  • Act as a SAS programming consultant to Sponsors and internal customers for projects.

Successful candidates will have a BS/BA or MS in statistics, mathematics or related field and 3+ years of SAS programming experience in a pharmaceutical company, biotechnology company, or clinical research organization. Candidate must have a solid understanding of statistical concepts, proficiency in producing concise SAS code for purpose of data analysis and reporting, and strong technical problem solving capabilities. Experience in writing macros and QC review of code is desired. Basic knowledge of FDA/ICH guidelines is required. Excellent written and verbal communication skills are required as well as the ability to interact effectively with a project team.

We offer a competitive benefits package, a pleasant working environment that stresses individual and team achievements, a commitment to work life balance, and outstanding career opportunities.

If you are interested in joining our excellent team and advancing your career, please send your resume and cover letter to: lburroughs@cmedresearch.com. Please include location of interest and Datashaping.com Response in your Subject Line.

Please visit our Web site: www.cmedresearch.com to learn more about our dynamic organization.

Note to Third Party Recruiters/Agencies: Cmed Inc. is not seeking assistance or accepting unsolicited resumes from search firms for this employment opportunity. Regardless of past practice, all resumes submitted by search firms to any employee at Cmed Inc. via-email, the Internet or directly to hiring managers at Cmed Inc. in any form for this position will be deemed the sole property of Cmed Inc. We reserve the right to pursue those candidates and will not pay agency fees in the event the candidate is hired by Cmed Inc. as a result of the referral or through other means.

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