Senior or Junior SAS Programmer
The Intelligent Solutions - Toronto, ON

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Contact: Dr. Richard Hackman at 416-821-9020


Key Responsibilities: The Statistical Programmer will develop SAS codes to create accurate, complete and efficient statistical analysis datasets; and to generate statistical analysis output tables, listings and graphs. Quality control programming validation procedures will be performed and documented by the incumbent. The incumbent will also program for database integrity checks and work closely with Clinical Data Managers and Quality Assurance personnel to assure database quality. These programming supports will be provided in compliance with relevant Corporate Standard Operating Procedures and Good Working Practices.

Qualifications and Experience:

A masters’ degree in Computer Science or Mathematics and Statistics, with a minimum of two years clinical study SAS programming experience on PC/Unix platforms is required. Solid understanding of clinical drug development process and knowledge of FDA regulatory requirements and ICH/GCP guidelines is preferred.


Key Responsibilities: The Senior Statistical Programmer will have several years experience working as a Statistical Programmer performing similar duties as described above. Additionally, the incumbent will resolve complex programming problems and provide oversight to other Statistical Programmers; lead efforts in the development, maintenance and adherence of Corporate policies, SOPs, and therapeutic area specific guidelines; may act as a Lead/Liaison Programmer, interacting with clinical study clients and oversee projects in given therapeutic areas.

Qualifications and Experience:

A masters’ degree in Statistics or Computer Science, with at least 5 years experience in support of clinical study data analysis and reporting, and demonstrated leadership ability to effectively manage statistical programming activities and integrate them with the entire clinical study operations.