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SAS Programmer

Req #: 16000754_en
Location: Marsa MRS 3000, MT
Job Category: Information Technology
Date Posted: 8/11/2017 10:42:35 AM
Baxter International

The job

 

The position is responsible for supporting clinical system or programming operational activities in one or more therapeutic areas.

 

The job holder will be required to:

  • Be Accountable for information systems and processes that are sufficient  to meet clinical study deliverables. 
  • Develop, modify maintain, and document SAS programs specific to each analysis for multiple projects.
  • Produce formatted output using SAS procedures and DATA_NULL_
  • Develop programs that convert raw SAS datasets to standard format; create standard programs and macros.
  • Program data displays (tables, listings, graphs) for inclusion in documents including publications, statistical reports,clinical study reports, and other regulatory documents, as required.
  • Perform ongoing upgrades and improvements to programs currently in use.
  • Peer review SAS programming code, as required.
  • Partner and openly communicate with study teams to proactively address operational issues related to clinical systems or programming.

 

 

 

Who you are:

 

  • Hold minimum BA/BS in Computer Science, Mathematics, or Engineering or equivalent + 2+ years SAS programming experience.
  • Holding Master's degree in a related field.  1+ years of SAS programming experience in the Pharmaceutical, Device or Biotech industries (Sponsor, CRO or combination). will be considered an asset. 
  • Have demonstrated proficiency of programming skills
  • Hold strong Base SAS v9.2 or later; SAS-STAT, and SAS Macro experience
  • Have experience reading data from a variety of data sources and types
  • Have excellent analytical, problem-solving, organizational, time management, interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Have QC experience.
  • Have proficiency with Microsoft Office applications
  • Have experience with programming using CDISC standards is considered a plus.


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