A Senior Programmer will be responsible for writing modifying and maintaining programs in support of all programming tasks at ARA, including, but not limited to programs that produce SDTM domains, ADaM/analysis data sets, data listings, summary tables and graphs, and listings or other programmatic outputs in support of data management tasks as specified in Statistical Analysis plans and the relevant specifications documents. They may act as a lead programmer on multiple projects, and as such will be the lead point of contact for timelines and budget for all programming related tasks for that project. They may act as support programmers on other projects simultaneously as assigned. They will be responsible for working on multiple simultaneous projects and managing their own timelines and budgets for assigned tasks. A Senior Programmer will be able to work independently, take initiative for completing tasks and getting support/help when needed. They will provide support and oversight to other, more junior programmers in their role as lead programmers.
A Senior Programmer will serve as the primary programming resource for assigned projects. Senior Programmers will have a clear understanding of the therapeutic area under investigation providing programming guidance to internal and external project team members and will help identify solutions for programming related issues for their projects.
Consulting responsibilities may include support for clients regarding collection of data for clinical trials, statistical and programming methodology and creation and review of CDISC documentation including define.xml and reviewers guides.
May be responsible for mentoring other biostatisticians and programmers in technical aspects of supporting statistical deliverables.