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Biostatistics, SAS Programming, and Data Management jobs Looking for your next data science career opportunity? This post is for you.

Exciting Biostatistics, SAS Programming, and Data Management jobs are available today on our website—and now is the best time to apply.

We help to place qualified talent in positions with major pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies, as well as in clinical research organizations. You’ll find rewarding and challenging contract, flex, and remote opportunities with a broad range of leading companies—and attractive benefits, such as PTO and competitive compensation.

In the list below, we’ve compiled five of our most recent job postings. Your next (or first) perfect job might be among them. Click the link at the end of each job to go straight to the full job description and apply. See the link at the end of this article to explore even more positions.

 

Lead Biostatistician.
As the Study Lead Statistician (SLS) for product facing work, you’ll be responsible for leading the statistical activities of clinical studies. Working closely with cross-functional team members, you’ll ensure their clinical studies are appropriately planned, have the required statistical power for success, comply with regulatory requirements and standards, and maintain statistical and operational integrity throughout the life of the study. To learn more, and apply, click here: https://www.simulstat.com/jobs/lead-biostatistician-2/

Principal Clinical Data Manager
Are you a talented individual with an entrepreneurial drive? If so, you might thrive in our collaborative, fast paced environment and share in our mission to help others. As the Principal Clinical Data Manager, you’ll be the single point of accountability for data management deliverables within a clinical development program. Other responsibilities include performing ongoing data review of clinical data and reviewing data for protocol deviation identification. To learn more, and apply, click here: https://www.simulstat.com/jobs/principal-clinical-data-manager/

Senior Statistical Programmer (HEOR)
Real World Evidence / Health Economics & Outcomes Research
As Senior Statistical Programmer, you’ll support innovative research strategies and activities, and produce scientific evidence and support publications for our pharmaceutical clients. Do you have a deep understanding of RWE/HEOR studies and its application throughout the development process? Do you have advanced level programming skills in the SAS statistical programming language? This position could be for you. To learn more, and apply, click here: https://www.simulstat.com/jobs/sr-statistical-programmer-heor/

Data Management Lead
If you have leadership qualities and solid experience in data management, this position might be for you. As Data Management Lead, you’ll take overall accountability for the execution of data management in a variety of projects. You’ll also provide leadership to EDC Setup and integration, data processing, and data programming activities. Additional responsibilities include being the point of contact for internal and external clients and coordinating project setup, execution, and close out. To learn more, and apply, click here: https://www.simulstat.com/jobs/data-management-lead/

Senior Clinical Data Manager
As Senior Clinical Data Manager, your keen attention to detail will help you oversee the start-up and execution of several trials with a CRO and additional support with upcoming submissions. You’ll coordinate and manage daily data management and vendor oversight activities for multiple clinical trials to support both the internal project team and the CROs. To learn more, and apply, click here: https://www.simulstat.com/jobs/sr-clinical-data-manager/

Ready to get to work? These data science jobs came straight from the job openings list on our website. You can find these and many other positions, and apply, at https://www.simulstat.com/job-openings/ Remember to check back often to see fresh job openings.

 

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