- Are you passionate about programming in a clinical setting and do you want to help drive research to gain deeper scientific insights and enable a data-driven approach to decision making.
- We are currently looking for a Statistical Programmer/SAS Programmer in the Department of Bio metric Programming & Systems.
- The department is part of the Bio metric Division, which in addition consists of the three departments Clinical Data Management, Bio statistics and Global Analytics.
- The division is responsible for data capture and analysis for the clinical development projects and contributes to the entire drug development process from discovery to market across the range of therapeutic areas within psychiatry and neurology.
- We offer a challenging job with broad career opportunities in a dynamic and open working atmosphere with focus on personal and scientific development.
- You will be supporting mapping of clinical data to CDISC SDTM format, transforming the SDTM data into clinical analysis data (CDISC ADaM), as well as generating summary tables, figures, and listings for Phase II-IV clinical study reports according to pre-defined project/study standards and specifications.
- You participate in discussions and activities covering aspects of programming for drug development projects/studies.
- You work in close co-operation with your colleagues in the department as well as the Bio-statisticians and Clinical Data Managers, exerting your expertise in programming, data visualization and CDISC while keeping abreast of current scientific and technical progress within your field of interest.
Our preferred candidate
- holds an academic degree in science, engineering or equivalent
- is analytical, goal-oriented, innovative, flexible and proactive
- has programming experience, preferably with SAS
- has a keen interest in clinical research
- has work experience from the pharmaceutical industry or consulting
- has experience with CDISC
- is fluent in oral and written English
- is a team player and able to interact with colleagues and collaborators from different functional areas and partner companies
- An estimated 700 million people worldwide are living with psychiatric and neurological disorders and far too many suffer due to inadequate treatment, discrimination, a reduced number of working days, early retirement and other unnecessary consequences.
- Every day, we strive for improved treatment and a better life for people living with psychiatric and neurological disorders – we call this Progress in Mind.
- Our approximately 5,300 employees in 55 countries are engaged in the entire value chain throughout research, development, production, marketing and sales. Our pipeline consists of several late-stage development programmes and our products are available in more than 100 countries.