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Labcorp Principal Stats Programmer in Taipei City, Taiwan

Job Overview:

We are hiring Principal Stats Programmer in Taiwan.

  • Perform the role of the Lead Statistical Programmer

  • Develop and maintain SAS programs to create complete SDTM and ADaM datasets and TFLs, and perform QC of SDTM, ADaMs and TFLs

  • Produce Define XML/PDFs, Analysis Results Metadata (ARM), aCRFs and Reviewers Guides to support SDTMs and ADaMs

  • Develop and/or lead the development of complex specifications for SDTMs and ADaM

datasets and contribute to the development of Covance and Client standards

  • Review SAPs and TFL shells from a programming perspective for studies and advise on the development of complex TFL shells from a programming perspective

  • Mentor less-experience programmers in the processes around SDTMs, ADaMs and TFLs

ensuring adherence to department practices and processes

  • Respond to QA and client audits and support qualification audits

  • Contribute to proposal activities and participate in bid defenses meetings in order to win new business


  • Bachelor’s degree, preferably in mathematics, statistics, computing, life science, health

science, or related subjects

  • Experience and/or education plus relevant work experience, equating to a Bachelor's



  • Typically 6 years of SAS® programming experience in the CRO or Pharmaceutical

industry, or an equivalent combination of education and experience to successfully perform the key responsibilities of the job

  • Experience as lead statistical programmer on complex studies in clinical research

  • Knowledge in all aspects of clinical trials from initial study set-up to study completion with

an excellent understanding of the roles and responsibilities of all related disciplines, e.g.

Biostatistics and Clinical Data Management

  • Broad knowledge of all CDISC requirements related to SDTM and ADaM, including

define.xml, Reviewer's Guide and submission standards