Clinical Data Standards Architect
Posted on Sep 21, 2021 by Aerotek
Our client, one of the biggest Pharma companies in the world is looking for a Clinical Data Standards Architect.
The CDSA defines and maintains the'standard delivery metadata supporting the data flow from data collection to data delivery (DRM and SDTM). To that end, the CDSA is responsible for defining and maintaining the metadata supporting the Data transfer Agreements (DTA) with third parties, DRM and SDTM model and the data mapping of source data, eCRF data and third-party transfer data (eDT) to DRM and SDTM
Education and Experience Guidelines:
Experience with coding and running SAS programs is required
Knowledge of Rave eDC (Medidata Solutions) is a preferred
Expertise with CDISC standards: SDTM, Controlled terminology and define.XML.
Experience with SAS LSAF and Pinnacle 21 is a plus
BS/BA degree in life sciences or computer science or equivalent by work experience
3 years of relevant operational experience in clinical data management and standards
Relevant development experience in clinical data standards is strongly preferred
Experience in prioritizing and managing multiple tasks simultaneously
Outstanding written and verbal communication skills in English
Job Title: Clinical Data Standards Architect
Location: Basel-Landschaft, Switzerland
Rate/Salary: 0.00 - 1.00 CHF Hourly
Job Type: Contract
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