The SAS Programmer will lead the programming activities for various purposes including Clinical Study Reports, DSMBs, interim analyses, etc. The SAS Programmer will also be responsible for statistical programming of Statistical Analysis Plans (SAP), data lists and charts for CSRs as well as integrated summaries of security and effectiveness, ad hoc analyzes. The programmer will also be conducting CDISC SDTM programming activities for clinical research projects, working collaboratively across departments to produce quality deliverables within agreed project timelines and budget, and assists with development and maintenance of optimal strategies to increase productivity and quality, while decreasing cycle times and costs. In addition, the programmer is required to conduct all these activities in conformance with applicable regulatory requirements, industry guidelines, and Innovaderm standard operating procedures (SOPs) while respecting Innovaderm’s commitment to sponsor’s requirements and timelines.
More specifically, the SAS Programmer will:
Knowledge and skills
Innovaderm is a contract research organization (CRO) specialized in dermatology. Since its beginnings in 1999, our organization has benefited from a solid reputation for the quality of its research and services exceeding the expectations of its clients. Based in Montreal, Innovaderm continues to grow and expand in North America.
We thank you for your application and please note that only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
Innovaderm only accepts applicants with a work permit for Canada.
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Please note that our clinical research unit and dermatology clinic will move to 3530 boulevard St-Laurent, Suite 400, Montreal, as of December 16.