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Remote Macro Utility programmer (West Coast hours) (Science & Biotech)
Homebased, CA 92122
Recruited by: Ali Henderson | Recruiter | SimulStat Inc. See all my Jobs

  • Hiring Company: Simulstat client
  • Industry: Science & Biotech
  • Compensation: Depends On Experience
  • Expires: Aug 31, 2022
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Job Description

Remote Macro Utility SAS programmer, ongoing FSP
We have a new FSP opening to help support our stat programming infrastructure team. This involves working in our SAS macro development team to design, develop, validate, and maintain departmental SAS macros in accordance with established procedures. Several qualifications below are similar to our routine calls for study support candidates, since we feel it is critical that our infra team has direct experience as study and submission programmers in addition to macro development, so they better understand the business they are supporting.

At least 8 years of hands-on experience in Stat Programming, with no employment gaps
Extensive experience (4+ years) and explicit interest in writing, maintaining, validating, and documenting department-level SAS macros and utilities (especially those intended for creating tables and figures) in Pharma/Biotech
At least 4 years hands-on experience working on SDTM and ADaM data sets and TLF outputs
Experience in both Windows and Linux programming environments
Experience with programming languages other than SAS, such as Python, R, or shell scripting
Hands-on experience in oncology and submissions
Strong communication skills, both written and verbal
Demonstrated attention to detail and focus on quality, supported by examples
Demonstrated proactivity, supported by examples
Demonstrated analytical skills, for example by creating or providing significant input into specifications as an author or while programming or conducting QC