Manager provides timely support on all programming matters according to the project strategies within a therapeutic area. As an integral part of a project team, the incumbent provides project leadership and contributes to the programming support for processing data from clinical studies. Requirements will be identified according to a Statistical Analysis Plan, programming specifications or user requirements/design documents using internal standards and guidelines. The incumbent is responsible for owning the programming aspect of the project, both internally or CROs, for all programming deliverables and participates in the identification and development of programming standards and macro development to facilitate the creation of statistical deliverables from a single study through to regulatory approval, product launch, and annual reports. May be asked to supervise special projects / work with clinical task force. Meets statistical adhoc requests of senior management.
Independently coordinate and oversee the preparation, execution, reporting and documentation of project analysis programming within a therapeutic area using appropriate tools to track, allocate and summarize extent of work required, progress and completion of programming deliverables. Manage and coordinate programming and QC of analysis datasets and TFLs following Regeneron standard data models and/o integration of data across studies in support of CSS/CSE and esub deliverables.
Implement and mentor others on the use of department standardization tools or therapeutic area standard analysis when programming clinical data or system application deliverables.
Contribute to programming development and quality control of the programming deliverables utilizing Regeneron tools and methodologies.
Programming representative within a therapeutic area in a multidisciplinary study team to ensure timely and quality support for analysis and reporting of clinical trials up to regulatory approval, product launch and annual reports. If applicable, programming representative for an application development to the user audience.
Develop data models, programming standards and code, and training end users in the use of project standards to support programming deliverables that follow regulatory submission requirements.
Mentor junior level staff in therapeutic area requirements. Develop collaborative work environment and be a positive role model.
Advises all relevant employees about the procedures surrounding retention of data, records, and information for employees in their group.
You have advanced SAS programming skills, preferably in a clinical data environment.
You have experience in the analysis of at least one therapeutic area.
You have strong understanding of relational databases and experience working with sophisticated data systems.
You understand reporting systems using multiple data delivery applications.
You have been accountable for development and implementation of standardization methodology.
You have experience in pharmaceutical clinical development (i.e. understanding of statistical concepts, techniques and clinical trial principles within a therapeutic area) and ability to provide programming support needs for BLA and other regulatory submissions.
You have shown experience in project management with minimum supervision, including the ability to effectively coordinate and balance multiple assignments with ambitious timelines across multiple personnel.
You have experience in project start-up through submission.
You have knowledge in creation of current CDISC data structures.
To be considered, you'll need a BS in Statistics, Computer Science, Mathematics, Engineering, Life Science or related field with at least 7 years of programming experience preferably in processing clinical trial data in the biotechnology, pharmaceutical or health related industry.
An advanced degree is preferred.
Experience in project and/or people management experience is necessary. SAS, (Base, Stat, Macro, graph) and S-Plus/R.
SAS Certification desirable.
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