Manager, Biostatistics & Programming

Pfizer Inc. - Madison, NJ4.2

Full-time
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ROLE SUMMARY

Provide statistical programming input and support for clinical research and development independently; Participate in Global R&D and department initiatives and activities; Promote company and industry quality and standards

ROLE RESPONSIBILITIES

Prepare the derived raw data for analysis (creation of summary parameters, data extrapolation)
Program the statistical analyses and tables needed for clinical reports
Generate graphs
Create database structures
Assist in creating e-submission materials (dataset documentations, case report tabulations)
Conduct and supervise database cleaning: This cleaning helps ensure that the databases are complete, accurate and identifies subjects not compliant with the protocol
Assist in maintenance and troubleshooting of UNIX operating system; Help address PC SAS and/LINUX SAS questions
Mentor and help others in their jobs or deliverables
Develop and maintain standard macros used in creating tables and graphics
Work with Head of Biostatistics & Programming and project teams to establish strategy, timelines, and resourcing of statistical programming and analysis deliverables for their study
BASIC QUALIFICATIONS

A B.S. degree with at least 8 years of experience in SAS programming and database management or systems; Appropriate training courses may substitute for up to six months of experience
Proficient in SAS
A high level of expertise in SAS programming, including SAS Base, SAS macros, SAS/STAT, SAS/GRAPH, and SAS ODS
A high level expertise in SAS environments, especially UNIX
A high level of expertise in CDISC standard implementation
PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

A M.S. degree in mathematics or statistics with 5 years of pharmaceutical industry experiences preferred
A good understanding of statistical methodology
Ability to manage successfully multiple projects in a fast pace environment
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EEO & Employment Eligibility

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Other information:
Last Date to Apply for Job: May 24, 2019
Eligible for Employee Referral Bonus
Eligible for Relocation
N (Other) (United States of America)
Pfizer is an equal opportunity employer and complies with all applicable equal employment opportunity legislation in each jurisdiction in which it operates.