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Roche are recruiting for Senior Technical Programmers and Senior Programmers to join their site in Welwyn Garden City in Hertfordshire. To find out more, please click here: ...

Roche are recruiting for Senior Technical Programmers and Senior Programmers to join their site in Welwyn Garden City in Hertfordshire. To find out more, please click here: http://ckclinical.co.uk/candidates/roche-senior-technical-programmer-jobs/

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  • ClinicalSenior Technical ProgrammerWelwyn Garden CityAre you looking to make a difference to clinical trial projects? Within the Statistical Programming Analyst (SPA) Group at Roche you beasked to contribute and lead in the whole lifecycle of a clinical trial, across project and therapeutic area. Our programmers are expected tobe experts in SAS programming, analysing data, problem solving, decision making and communication so that they can work in a globalenvironment. He/She ensures that the objectives, standards, deadlines and other requirements set by SPA management with respect tostatistical programming processes and software documentation are attained. You deputize upon request for the Project Programmer.We are recruiting for experienced programmers to work within our team in Welwyn as part of the role you are expected to perform anumber of duties within the project such as: l Develop and document statistical programming standards in accordance with current statistical programming practices and regulatory authority requirements. l Provide technical advice and support to members of biometrics and other stakeholders. l Takes responsibility for planning, development, validation, documentation and maintenance of project generic tools. l Informs and makes recommendations to the Project Programmer on critical issues within a SPA tool development project. l Prioritizes and delegates tasks based on the importance of the deliverable and awareness of overall timelines in order to efficiently produce high quality deliverables. l Program, validate and document software in SAS following statistical programming standards and ensures its availability to stakeholders. l Assists in the development of several trial protocols, trial analyses, editing procedures and data presentations relating to efficacy and safety data. l Activities performed within the project are executed in a timely manner and to the required high standardsNon drug development work can include l Keep abreast of statistical SAS programming methodology, applications and software developments through literature and attendance at meetings. l Maintain familiarity with regulatory authority guidelines relating to biometrics, data reporting and medical issues in project areas. l Participate in and contributes to internal training programs. l Make presentations at professional forums. l Assess, recommends and develops new standards, policies and procedures.You will have the opportunity to lead and contribute to function process, polices and initiatives working inteams across the various sites globally.Who you areYou should be educated to degree level preferable in IT, Life Sciences, Statistics, Computer Science,Mathematics or other analytical field while possessing a very good knowledge/experience of internationalclinical research and drug development.You will be confident in the use of computers with a very good knowledge of SAS.The right candidate will also be able to communicate clearly and effectively in written reports, datapresentations and meetings as required. (Fluency in English is a prerequisite) You should also be able to easilyestablish and maintain good working relationships and takes cultural and value differences into account indealings with others. How to apply: For more information or to apply, please contact Priya Mukherjee on 01438 743 047 or email pmukherjee@ckclinical.co.uk www.ckclinical.co.uk Group Member
  • ClinicalSenior ProgrammerWelwyn Garden CityAre you looking to make a difference to clinical trial projects? Within the Statistical Programming Analyst (SPA) Groupat Roche our programmers you will be asked to contribute in the whole lifecycle of a clinical trial. Our programmers areexpected to be experts in SAS programming, analysing data, problem solving, decision making and communicationso that they can work in a global environment. He/She ensures that the objectives, standards, deadlines and otherrequirements set by the project with respect to statistical programming processes and software documentation areattained.We are recruiting for experienced programmers to work within our team in Welwyn as part of the role you are expected toperform a number of duties within the project such as: l Develop and document statistical programming standards in accordance with department and project requirements. l Provide technical advice and support to junior members of the department. l Takes responsibility for planning, development, validation, documentation and maintenance of your programming task. l Informs and makes recommendations to the study and/or project lead on critical issues within clinical trial reporting. l Program, validate and document software in SAS following statistical programming standards and ensures its availability to stakeholders. l Assists in the development of trial protocols, trial analyses, editing procedures and data presentations relating to efficacy and safety data. l Activities performed within the project are executed in a timely manner and to the required high standardsNon drug development work can include l Keep abreast of statistical SAS programming methodology, applications and software developments through literature and attendance at meetings. l Contributing to how standards, policies and procedures can be improved.You will have the opportunity to contribute to function process, polices and initiatives working in teams across the varioussites globally.Who you areYou should be educated to degree level preferable in IT, Life Sciences, Statistics, Computer Science, Mathematics orother analytical field while possessing a very good knowledge/experience of international clinical research and drugdevelopment.You will be confident in the use of computers with a very good knowledge of SAS.The right candidate will also be able to communicate clearly and effectively in written reports, data presentations andmeetings as required. (Fluency in English is a prerequisite) You should also be able to easily establish and maintain goodworking relationships and takes cultural and value differences into account in dealings withothers.How to apply:For more information or to apply, please contact Priya Mukherjee on+44 (0)1438 743 047 or emailpmukhjerjee@ckclinical.co.ukMember Group www.ckclinical.co.uk