Rave Clinical Programmer
The Clinical Programmer (Rave) within the USMA Data Management team is accountable for a number of individual programming activities. This role requires the Programmer to be technically competent, have excellent customer service skills and a desire to engage customers in pursuit of new business opportunities.
Key Accountabilities include but not limited to:
- Design and build RAVE custom Reports, custom Functions, custom Integrations to extract/ load clinical data for Drug Safety, SAS datasets, TMS Clinical Coding, IxRS, LABS and CTMS.
- Design and build RAVE-CTMS Integration to transfer Study, Site, Principal Investigator and User information from Siebel CTMS to RAVE.
- Design and build RAVE-SAS Integration to generate SDTM SAS datasets and create Tables, Listings, and Figures (TLFs) using SAS programming language and complex SAS Macros.
- Monitor clinical data to ensure completeness, accuracy and consistency of clinical data and study-build CRF Versions across all studies. Execute Locking-Scripts for Closeout studies.
- Review clinical study-build prior to release for production including Case Report Forms (CRF), Folders, Matrices, Edit Checks, Custom Functions; provide thorough feedback on-time or in advance.
- Analyze, design and code scripts, custom reports to extract data, datasets for clinical and medical data review.
- Design and build SQL scripts, stored-procedures, custom reports for other programmers/RAVE-Supporters to monitor completeness and validity of data entered in clinical databases.
- Review RAVE enhancements and code built by Medidata RAVE programmers and other programmers before being executed on clinical studies or clinical databases.
- Analyze impact of RAVE enhancements, roadmap and strategy on existing and new studies
- Provide step-by-step technical assistance and training to RAVE programmers and RAVE-Supporters.
- Minimum RAVE programming experience is 1-2 years
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