Statistical Programmer II
Synteract, Inc. - San Diego, CA
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Founded in 1995 by two veterans of the pharmaceutical industry, Synteract has a successful track record as a contract research organization, or CRO, working with biotech, pharmaceutical and medical device companies. Synteract has handled all aspects and sizes of clinical research trials from phase I and II trials to the larger phase III and IV trials. We have experience in a wide range of therapeutic areas handling both drug and device trials, with an especially strong emphasis in oncology, central nervous system, cardiovascular disease, and ophthalmology.
We are headquartered in Carlsbad in the North County region of San Diego, California and are best known on the West Coast; however, in 2007 we opened a Research Triangle Park office in North Carolina to supplement our capabilities and to enhance our proximity to our East Coast clients. Over the years, we have developed partnerships with trusted international affiliates, and in 2009, we opened an office in Prague, Czech Republic, to enhance our ability to handle both North American domestic as well as global projects.
Maintains the full-scope of responsibility for assigned projects: ensures on-time delivery, communicates the status of projects to internal teams and study sponsors, executes quality assurance procedures on work produced by others and ensures programming is being done according to specifications.
Creates/maintains analyses, tables/listings/graphs, generally using SAS.
Creates specifications for, and programs, derived data sets.
Performs programming validation/QC.
Provides ad-hoc reports as requested by Data Management.
Assists Data Management in programming edit checks.
Works with sponsor/statistician to write/review Statistical Analysis Plan, including mock tables/listings.
May provide comments and suggestions on internal SOP s and written guidelines.
May train and provide guidance to other Programmer/Analysts
May perform other duties as assigned.
Performs all duties in accordance with Synteract SOPs, government regulations and Good Clinical Practice.