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Title:Principal Statistical Programmer
Location:MA - Cambridge

The Principal Statistical Programmer will lead and manage the statistical programming technical and functional responsibilities for selected clinical development programs and for company-wide innovation and infrastructure building activities, including quality and compliance initiatives. This individual will direct and implement the analysis and reporting solutions for pre-clinical and clinical areas and for regulatory electronic clinical data submissions.

  •  The Principal Statistical Programmer is responsible for the optimal implementation of assigned projects and services, through effective leadership, as well as the work performance and technical development of their staff.
  • The Principal Statistical Programmer will foster interdisciplinary understanding within the groups and integrate activities with those of other groups, departments and project teams.
  • This individual will be required to manage the activities of the group across project boundaries when appropriate and provide functional leadership and technical support to group and project teams.
  • The Principal Statistical Programmer will help craft and support department, corporate and personal goals, monitor the activities of staff and provide them with reliable guidance to succeed and grow.
  • This person will proactively make recommendations to appropriate business units regarding the development and use of new tools and goals that further support and strengthen development capabilities and will communicate company objectives to the group in a clear and timely manner.
  • This individual will be responsible for tuning group activities to company priorities, and adapt resources to ensure key goals are met on time.
  • The Principal Statistical Programmer will also be required to develop draft budgets and manage the approved budgets for the group, make hiring decisions and seek out and plan technical directions for the group, while promoting technical innovation.

  • Qualified candidates will have a Bachelor’s degree in Biostatistics, Statistics, Computer Science, or a related field and 10 or more years of SAS programming and relevant pharmaceutical industry experience.
  • Applicants may also have a Master’s degree and 8 or more years of SAS programming and relevant pharmaceutical industry experience.
  • Individuals must also have highly developed organizational leadership qualities, a distinguished record of enabling the goals of Statistical Programming projects and the ability to demonstrate innovation and creativity in aligning technology with and driving line of business objectives.

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