Senior Statistical Programmer

Cytel Statistical Software And Services

As a leader in next generation, data-driven pharmaceutical services, Cytel is shaping the future of drug development.  We deliver to the market innovative analytical software for statistical analysis and simulation, best-in-class data science analytics services and high-end impact consulting.  Our culture is inclusive, collaborative and results-driven with a shared commitment to quality. With operations across North America, Europe, and India, Cytel hires passionate and talented people who share its mission of ensuring the clinical development of safe and effective medicines.


We are experiencing exponential growth on a global scale and hiring Senior Statistical Programmers to join our FSP division.  You will apply your know-how in CDISC standards (SDTM & ADaM) and advanced SAS programming skills, to support or lead one or more Phase I-IV clinical trials, across a variety of therapeutic areas.  You will report to the Associate Director, Statistical Programming.


This is a home-based position in Europe, with the option to work from our Geneva, Basel, Paris and Barcelona office locations.


How you will contribute:

performing data manipulation, analysis and reporting of clinical trial data, both safety and efficacy (ISS/ISE), utilizing SAS programming;

generating and validating SDTM and ADaM datasets/analysis files, and tables, listings, and figures ( TLFs);

production and QC / validation programming;   

generating complex ad-hoc reports utilizing raw data;

applying strong understanding/experience with Efficacy analysis;

communicating with and/or responding to internal cross-functional teams and client for project specifications, status, issues or inquiries;

performing lead duties when called upon;

serving as team player, with a willingness to go the extra distance to get results, meet deadlines, etc.;

being adaptable and flexible when priorities change

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