Pfizer Senior Statistical Programmer (Sr. Associate) in Collegeville, Pennsylvania
A productive, hands on programmer who applies technical knowledge and practical experience to deliver statistical programming deliverables to support assets and study teams with limited supervision early in role and independently later in role.
Ensures excellence in the programming of analysis ready datasets, tables, listings, and figures for which they are responsible
Ensures adherence to high quality programming standards in their daily work.
Accountable for the quality and timely delivery of datasets and displays required for their clinical study reports as well as other asset level deliverables they may be programming
Ensures appropriate documentation and QC across the lifespan of the study for all of their programming deliverables
Exhibits routine and occasionally complex problem solving skills, seeking direction when appropriate.
Works with statisticians and programming leads to ensure clear specifications for their programmed deliverables are in place.
Will be knowledgeable in core safety standards as well as TA standards pertinent to their project, may aid in development of standards necessary for their study
May contribute to department level initiatives.
Must be on-site a minimum of 3-4 days per week at one of the listed locations.
Bachelor or Master (preferred) Degree in Statistics, Biological Sciences, IT, or related field.
At least 3 years relevant experience in a pharmaceutical, biotech, CRO, or Regulatory Agency.
Statistical Programming and SAS hand-on experience
Clinical trials expertise with an understanding of data operations required for the reporting of clinical trial data.
Good understanding of ICH and regulatory guidelines
Working knowledge of clinical data and relevant data standards
Strong written and oral communication skills, and project management skills
Proven ability to operate with limited oversight
Knowledge of at least 1 Therapeutic Area
Proven ability to manage delivery under tight timelines.
CDISC experience desirable.
Prefer new hires to be located at one of the locations listed, however, remote based will be considered.
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