Join our team of talented biostatisticians and SAS programmers and help shape the future of medicine.
100% Work From Home
At DataCeutics, Work-Life Balance isn’t just a buzzword - it’s part of our culture. We offer you the ultimate in flexibility so you can balance family needs and create a work environment where you are the most comfortable and productive.
DataCeutics offers industry- leading employment packages to all new hires. It doesn’t stop with your salary. We also provide promotion opportunities to grow your career as well as raises and bonuses to reward your hard work and performance.
We have you covered! Your benefits package includes health insurance, dental insurance, life insurance, and AD&D insurance. You also get FMLA benefits and a fantastic 401(k) to so you can build a financial plan for retirement.
Growth & Community
Continuing education and industry training are always available to keep you at the forefront of emerging industry standards. Community involvement is also a priority at DataCeutics. We encourage employees’ efforts to give back with donation matching and company support.
Typical Job Requirements
The Senior Clinical/Statistical SAS Programmer is responsible for executing programming and verification activities with minimal supervision, in coordination with project teams.
You will develop, create, verify/validate, and manage the programs for assigned projects in compliance with standard operating procedures, using and enforcing CDISC, SDTM and ADaM standards.
Independently perform SAS programming and analysis support of datasets, listings, summaries, and tables.
Write SAS application code
Validate SAS programs for submissions
Perform migrations and verifications
Skills & Experience
At least 8 years as a Senior Consultant, Clinical SAS Programmer with pharma/biotech experience in Phase I-IV.
Proficient in SAS/BASE, SAS/STAT, SAS/GRAPH, SAS Macros, and SAS/SQL for UNIX/Windows.
Working with Biostatisticians
Reports, Tables and Graphs
CDISC, SDTM, and ADaM
Creating Analysis ready data sets (PK/PD, PD, PKBP, PKECG, POPPK); NONMEM Standards using SAS.
Generating SAS Macros