hVIVO - Whitechapel

Data Manager (SAS Programming, CDISC, CRO)

Job Location UK-LND
Position Type


We are currently looking for an experienced Data Manager  to join our team. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to work from one of our European
offices and/or partial home-working. 


This role is responsible for data management activities for clinical interventional or non-interventional studies ensuring high quality, timely and cost-effective delivery of the data management elements of projects.


If you are seeking a rewarding and challenging career this could be the perfect opportunity for you.

Main Responsibilities


·   Conduct/participate to standard DM activities:

o  Data Management Plan.

o  Database design in collaboration with other internal and external partners (PM, CRA, statisticians, medical experts)

o  Data management documents: Annotated CRF, data-entry guidelines/eCRF user guide, Data Validation Plan, Protocol Deviation plan, Data Review plan.

o  Query management.

o  Safety reconciliation.

o  Medical coding.

o  Blind Data Review Meeting.

o  Participate in the writing and updating of data-management SOPs, forms and templates.

·   Ensure high level of customer satisfaction by focusing on efficiency and results and meeting customer expectations on assigned work activities.


Skills & Experiences


Your Profile

Qualifications & Experience:

·        Data Manager or computer programming background (master’s degree).

·        At least 2 to 3 years in the practice of Clinical Data Management related to database management in a CRO or bio/pharmaceutical setting.

·        Knowledge of SAS programming and CDISC standards is a plus.

·        Knowledge of several EDC systems (Viedoc is a plus)

·        Good knowledge in ICH-GCP and other relevant regulations/guidelines



·        Results and quality oriented with the ability to multi-task, skill in establishing priorities, managing workloads and meeting strict deadlines.

·        Ability to anticipate potential issues and problems that may arise and proactively identify ways to resolve/mitigate.

·        Ability to be flexible and to adapt and work effectively with a variety of situations or individuals.

·        Team worker with excellent customer service and interpersonal skills, ability to communicate effectively and form positive relationships at all levels in and outside the company.

·        Demonstrates excellent judgement and decision-making capability.

·        Professional who is experienced and dependable with discretion, enthusiasm and a positive attitude.

·        Excellent written and verbal communication skills including good command of French/English.


How to apply:

Please forward your CV by email to Careers@vennlife.com or via this link, 


An exciting role in this fast moving organisation. 


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