Senior Statistical Programmer II

Discipline: Biometrics
Job type: Permanent
Salary: £€50K - €65K
Contact name: Ashley Clarke

Contact email:
Contact phone: +44 1293 584 300
Job ref: 24031
Published: 13 days ago
Expiry date: 13 July 2022

My client is looking for an ambitious professional from the Life Science sector to work as  senior statistical programmer II for their growing team.

I am recruiting for a technology led European CRO pioneering the way the industry delivers clinical trials in the future. Their decades of pharmaceutical industry knowledge makes them one of the leading experts in the field and are looking for their employees to share the same passion and mind set for the company ethos. This role would suit an adaptable, forward thinking and innovative individual combined with the industry knowledge of clinical trials. The role can be based in Europe or the UK (the role is fully remote or office depending on your location).

Statistical programming for both production and QC of SDTM and ADaM datasets, TLFfs, data listings, data summaries, figures and statistical appendices for global Phase I-IV trials.

  • Responsible for the quality and timeliness of statistical programming deliverables.
  • As Lead Programmer, to be primarily responsible for all statistical programming activities on allocated studies including planning and coordination of activities for assigned statistical programming team members.
  • Active participation in improvements to departmental processes and procedures.


  • BSc/BA or equivalent in computer science, mathematics, statistics, life sciences or related field(s).
  • Excellent SAS programming skills (BASE, MACRO, GRAPH).
  • Excellent knowledge of CDISC standards.
  • Statistical Programming experience within a CRO Pharmaceutical/Healthcare/Biotechnology industries.
  • Experience in statistical programming initiatives, and development of processes.
  • Knowledge and experience in database design and structures.
  • The ability to perform all duties as a statistical programming project team member with no supervision. The ability to perform all duties of Lead Statistical Programmer on several concurrent studies with minimal supervision.
  • Expert knowledge of clinical trial practices, procedures and methodologies.
  • Strong oral and written communication skills.
  • Excellent organizational/time management skills.
  • An excellent investigative and meticulous approach to all activities and tasks.

To find out more about this fantastic opportunity or to discuss other open positions which may be of interest please contact Ashley Clarke on +44 (0) 1273 952 363 and send your CV through using the apply button on this page.