Richmond Pharmacology

Statistical Programmer (SAS Programmer)

SE1 1YR, London (Greater)
£45,000 to £55,000 DoE
07 May 2021
26 May 2021
Full Time
Contract Type
Experience Level
Experienced (non-manager)

Richmond Pharmacology is an innovative, dynamic and adaptive Contract Research Organisation (CRO) based in London Bridge, conducting clinical research on behalf of the pharmaceutical industry. We have an excellent opportunity for a statistical SAS Programmer to join our team and gain experience within phase I, phase II and phase III clinical trials.

We are looking for an experienced, proactive and well-organised SAS Programmer, ensuring accuracy, consistency and efficiency to analyse quality clinical data according to ICH GCP guidelines.

You will be joining an established stats team headed by a highly qualified Biostatistician and will be providing statistical programming and analysis support to assist in the drug development process.
You will work across a number of clinical studies using your SAS programming experience to perform activities related to clinical data such as analysis, dataset preparation, generating listings, tables and figures and following regulatory requirements. You will also participate in statistical modelling to investigate the potential effect of drugs on cardiac function.

You will work closely with the other statistical programmers and biostatistician across multiple projects, as well as interfacing closely with the wider data management team. 

Experience working in the drug development industry, preferably in Phase I clinical trials, would be an advantage. CDISC experience would be ideal. You will be educated to degree level in a science, mathematics or computer sciences discipline or be able to demonstrate sufficient professional experience.

In return we offer an excellent opportunity to be part of a great team, a generous remuneration package, a contributory pension scheme, life assurance, private medical insurance and a generous holiday allowance. The role will be predominantly home based, although occasional trips to the office in London Bridge may be required.