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STATSXPERTS CONSULTING LIMITED

HAVERHILL, UNITED KINGDOM

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Statsxperts Consulting Limited is a growing niche biometrics consulting firm with expertise in data analytics in any kind of business, biostatistics support for clinical trials, clinical data standards, programming and support for submissions to regulatory bodies. We are looking for a new colleague.

Clinical Data Management Assistant

As a Clinical Data Management Assistant, you will be responsible for providing support in the day-to-day activities relating to data management, statistics and programming.

Key Responsibilities include

• Assist in the maintenance of databases and conduct routine data cleaning as needed to ensure data integrity.

• Review data for inconsistencies or anomalies, and correct as needed

• Assist in conducting data analysis using basic statistical tools.

• Assist investigators with quality assurance of data.

• Carry out routine statistical analyses and write routine reports

• Follow protocol, FDA, and IRB guidelines to maintain study compliance.

• Assist with special projects e.g. CDISC standard conversion, or perform other duties as deemed necessary, within the scope of practice.

• Day-to-day office administration and book keeping

Qualifications

Minimum of Level 3 qualifications

Skill and Experience

• Must have experience in data handling/data cleaning/data manipulation.

• Must be able to demonstrate working knowledge of current medical terminology specific to oncology, to accurately read entries in patient case report forms accurately and in a timely manner the information into study data and other appropriate research data forms.

• Computer skills using PC platform computers with proficiency in Excel/Access, Word, and other programs as necessary, in order to enter data and generate correspondence accurately.

• Demonstrated organizational skills to efficiently and effectively provide data management/monitoring support for multiple projects, providing accurate information in a timely manner.

• Skill in working as part of a team and communicating effectively with various personnel.

• Skill in working independently to complete multiple and complex tasks, in an environment with rapid changes in priorities.

• Attention to detail in data extraction data and accurate documentation.

• Ability to maintain confidentiality.

• Strong oral and communication skills.

Desired experience and attributes:

• Outstanding accuracy and attention to detail

• Proficient with Microsoft packages including Word and Excel

• An ability to learn and work with routinely used computer software

• Organised, thorough, versatile with a can-do attitude

• Excellent communication skills and a team player

• Proactive and willingness to learn

Salary and benefits:

• Up to £18,000/annum depending on experience

• Contributory Pension Scheme

• Full training and development provided


GRADUATE SAS PROGRAMMER/DEVELOPER


HAVERHILL, UNITED KINGDOM

www.statsxperts.com

Statsxperts is a growing niche biometrics consulting firm with expertise in data analytics in any kind of business, biostatistics support for clinical trials, clinical data standards, programming and support for submissions to regulatory bodies. We are looking for a new colleague.

We have a fantastic opportunity for a motivated numerate / science focused Graduate to join our dedicated programming team.

Graduate SAS Programmer/Developer

This role will commence immediately and be based from our Haverhill Office.

As a Graduate SAS Programmer/Developer, you will be responsible for providing support in the day-to-day activities relating to data management, statistics and programming.

Key Responsibilities include

• Assist in programming derived SAS datasets as appropriate: CDISC (CDASH, SDTM and ADaM, Reviewers guide, Define.xml) clinical trial reporting through assisting high quality, timely support as directed by project lead, or designee.

• Assist in programming tables, figures and listings according to the SAP or to a specified client requirement.

• Assist in performing quality control checks and complete quality control documentation for programming plans, specifications, outputs/derived datasets.

• Perform other reasonable programming tasks as requested by management.

Qualifications

– BSc (Second Class Upper) or above in Computing Science or in any scientific related field.

– Minimum of 1-year experience in programming (not necessarily within biostatistics)

Skill and Experience

• Must have experience in data handling/data cleaning/data manipulation.

• Willingness to learn new skills, including developing a foundation knowledge of SAS, and an appreciation of good programming techniques along with clinical trial reporting requirements.

• Willingness to gain appreciation of CDISC (CDASH, SDTM and ADaM, Reviewers guide, Define.xml) clinical trial reporting through assisting high quality, timely support as directed by project lead, or designee.

• Ability to manage time and follow guidelines and processes.

• Undertake training as directed by line management and project leads.

• Appreciate the importance of customer care in the delivery of genuine value and a great customer experience.

• Have a good understanding of ICH/GCP guidelines is a plus.

• Work to the appropriate standards of the project.

• Communicate effectively with project team.

• Should have PC skills, good organisational skills, good communication skills (oral and written), good analytical skills and attention to detail.

Desired experience and attributes:

• Outstanding accuracy and attention to detail

• Proficient with Microsoft packages including Word and Excel

• An ability to learn and work with routinely used computer software

• Organised, thorough, versatile with a can-do attitude

• Excellent communication skills and a team player

• Proactive and ability to work independently.

In return we offer excellent opportunities for training, a generous remuneration package and allowance.

Salary and benefits:

• £22,000 - £24, 000/annum depending on experience

• Contributory Pension Scheme

• Full training and development provided (up to £10, 000 of training budget).

Apply by sending your CV and a cover letter to [email protected]