Senior Clinical Applications Programmer - Medical Device & Diagnostics
Posted on: October 12, 2021
Drug Development is seeking candidates for a Senior Clinical
Applications Programmer within the Medical Device & Diagnostics
team. The Senior Clinical Applications Programmer will be remotely
located anywhere within the United States.
and implementation of solutions to global technical service issues
and concerns regarding EDC tools like iMedNet, IBM Clinical
Development, Medidata RAVE, Veeva Vault EDC and SAS
understand and program EDC objects/SAS programming as per the
specification documents which meets client requirements and
any post-production changes to the EDC data base or enhancements to
the SAS programs like SAS edit checks, listings, reconciliation
listings, protocol deviations, etc.
the team on EDC system or SAS as required and have them ready to
perform the regular day to day activities.
the team to make them independent enough to perform day to day
quality check and ensure the work is delivered with 100%
personal workload to meet specified completion dates and perform
work with oversight from managers.
study databases for assigned projects and SAS programming as
assigned by managers.
all work with knowledge of regulations pertaining to computerized
systems to projects to ensure compliance.
with project team members in related discipline e.g.,
Biostatistics, Clinical Operations, Project Management, and Data
other duties as assigned by Manager.
degree in a related field preferred or equivalent
years of relevant work experience to include data management and
database support: EDC systems programming or SAS
or IBM Clinical Development and protocol interpretation experience
problem-solving skills and a proactive approach.
oral and written communication skills.
knowledge of clinical trial process and data management,
biostatistics, and systems applications to support operations
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