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Founded in 1962, the European Organisation for the Research and Treatment of Cancer (EORTC) is a non-profit academic clinical research organisation which unites clinical cancer research experts across the globe to define better treatments for cancer patients to prolong survival and improve quality of life. Both international and multidisciplinary, EORTC’s Network comprises over 3000 collaborators involved in cancer treatment and research in more than 730 institutions across 48 countries. Conducting translational research, phase 2 and 3 trials, EORTC offers
an integrated approach to therapeutic strategies and quality of life. EORTC Headquarters, a unique international clinical research infrastructure, is based in Brussels, Belgium, from where its various activities are coordinated and run.
The Statistical Analyst works under the hierarchical supervision of the Head of Statistics Department.
He/She is a SAS programmer who supports the activities of the EORTC Statistics Department.
The Statistical SAS Programmer complies with the EORTC standard operating procedures and other international guidelines in use at EORTC.
Main responsibilities / Major Activities
Development and validation of SAS programs for the reporting of clinical trials according to defined statistical analysis plans
Production of statistical study reports
Preparation and realization of data exchanges with external partners.
Data base reconciliation and data quality checks
Quality control of SAS programs written by other members of the department
Development of standard SAS programs and SAS macros
Provide training to the EORTC Statistics Department on programming techniques and new/updated macros
Trial results disclosure (EudraCT/ClinicalTrials.gov reporting)
As member of the statistics department, the Statistical SAS Programmer is actively participating in the scientific meetings of the department. He/She is also offered the possibility to increase his/her knowledge through attendance to training courses and conferences organized by EORTC and select external training relevant to his/her activities.
A university degree in computer science, mathematics, statistics, natural sciences or a health-related field
Knowledge of SAS (SAS Base certification)
Fluent in English (oral and written)
Be able to work in an international and multidisciplinary environment
Dynamic and capable of working autonomously inside a team
Knowledge of R and/or Python is a plus
Experience of programming and reporting of clinical trials in pharmaceutical company, CRO, biotech or not-for profit clinical trial organization is a plus