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What does a
statistical programmer do?

Clinical Statistical Programmers collect data, execute statistical analyses, and analyze data sets based on the objectives of a clinical trial.

About the Job

Statistical Programmers develop custom programming code to generate summary tables, data listings, graphs, and derived datasets, modelling, design solutions to the full scope of statistical programming tasks, prepare and maintain SAS-based or other software evaluations and reports, develop a program for dataset validation and integration.

Where does a
Statistical Programmer Work?

Statistical Programmers typically spend their day working remotely or in an office as part of a team with whom they will collaborate electronically or in person.

Openings are available in both the U.S. and in India.

What is the job
Demand for a
Statistical Programmer?

The demand for Statistical Programmers parallels the growth in the clinical trials industry which is growing between 10-12% annually.

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Candidate Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree in computer science, information systems, mathematics, statistics, finance, or related field
  • Having taken a course in college in programming, and the ability to work with a variety of data formats
  • Knowledge of the concepts and principles of statistics
  • Data management, analytical thinking, concentration, and diligence

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