Biostatistician with SAS Programming II

Framingham, MA

Posted: 09/25/2019 Industry: Biotech/R&D/Science Job Number: 49587

Duties: 

To  perform  tasks  under  the guidance of  project  lead or CMS  departmental  principals  on  analytic  design and  statistical  analytic  planning,  coordinate  real world  database  management, and data  warehouse  construction or maintenance; to  develop  documentations of  analytic  plans,  prepare  for  statistical  concept communications and  be  able to  advise  on  analytic  strategies  and  recommend  methodological  solutions on  complex  analytic  topics; to lead and  perform  statistical  analysis, modeling,  reporting,  analytic  interpretations, and slide  development; to  develop  SAS macro  libraries  to  standardize  disease  identification,  cohort  constructions, mapping of  healthcare  resource  utilization  and  expenditures  to standard  metrics  for  product  value propositions; to  construct  drug  coding  systems  to support  database  activities  for key  therapeutic  R; D and brand LCM  activities, and  establish  and  maintain  a repository of the  coding  systems  for  therapeutic  medications, diagnostic or  surgical  procedures  and  drug  delivery  systems  to  establish  and main  variety  of  disease  identification and composite  comorbidity  assessment  tools  and  algorithms; to  conduct  analytic  quality  assurance  procedures; to  provide  timely  analytic  support for abstract and  manuscript  development  and  submissions  to  medical/scientific  congresses  or publications; to  provide  analytic  support for  internal  and  external  communications and  statistical  interpretations  of data  under  the guidance of  departmental  methodological  principals.  

Responsibilities:  
  • Develop  statistical  analytic  plans,  statistical  expertise and data management techniques and  skills  
  • Manage real world  database  operations,  analytic  programming  and  statistical  modeling  activities  
  • Assist  project  lead or  departmental  principals  in  study  design, power  calculation, CRF construction,  analytic  operations  and  reporting  for  retrospective  and prospective  studies  
  • Assist  project  lead or  departmental  principals  in  analytic/computing  resource  planning,  work  flow management and  prioritization, and  related  logistic  coordination  
  • Prepare  communication  materials  on  analytic  projects  including  processes, data,  analytic  findings  for  internal  and  external  functional  groups  within  or  outside  of CMS  
  • Prepare  slide decks for  congress  or  manuscript  submissions  or  internal  or  external  communications  
  • Plan and  initiate  analytic  projects  using  the real world  databases  or  clinical  trial data  warehouse  in support of the CMS initiatives  
  • Provides  consultation for all CMS groups on  research  methodology  and  statistical  or  analytic  issues  
  • Vendor  Management  
  • Database  licensing  and maintenance  
  •   Analytic  process formulation and  standardization  
  • Potentially  supervising  team of  analytic  and  programming  support  Experience: 3 to 6  years. 

Skills: 
  • 3-6  years  of relevant  experience 
  • Statistical  Analysis 
  • Knowledge  of SAS  programming 
  • Ability  to support Phase I - III  studies (mainly  phase II/III)Abillity  to  work  on multiple  studies  at one time    

Education : 

  • Master' s  or PhD in a  relevant  area 

Kaztronix is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, religion, disability, veteran status or any other consideration made unlawful by federal, state or local laws.In addition, all human resource actions in such areas as compensation, employee benefits, transfers, layoffs, training and development are to be administered objectively, without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability, veteran status or any other consideration made unlawful by federal, state or local laws.

Marion Bowden

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