Pfizer Specialized Statistical Programmer ( Sr. Associate) in Groton, Connecticut
This role is a hands on statistical programmer supporting study and asset teams in the delivery of complex statistical programming deliverables encompassing the following areas: PK/PD data, Biomarker, Pharmacogenomics, Anonymization, Asset divestiture and Aggregate Reporting deliverables.
Ensures excellence in the programming of analysis ready datasets, tables, listings, and figures, and qc work for which they are responsible.
Ensures adherence to high quality programming standards in their daily work.
Accountable for their assigned work in the programming space supporting the programming leads for a particular project, study or asset deliverable.
Will primarily provide main project programming as well as QC supportive work for other programmers deliverables.
Ensures appropriate documentation and QC documentation for their deliverables.
Works with programming leads to ensure clear specifications for their programmed deliverables are in place.
Knowledge of statistical programming and data standards.
Bachelor or Master (preferred) Degree in Statistics, Biological Sciences, IT, or related field.
At least 3 years relevant experience in SAS programming and knowledge of clinical trials.
Statistical Programming and SAS hands-on experience.
Working knowledge of clinical data.
Strong written and oral communication skills, and time management skills.
Proven ability to manage deliverables under tight timelines and limited oversight.
CDISC experience desirable.
Experience with PK/PD, Biomarker, or Pharmacogenomicsdesirable.
R programming experience desirable.
Other Job Details:
- Eligible for Employee Referral Bonus: YES
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