• EDC Programmer

    Posting Date 2 weeks ago(8/3/2018 8:19 AM)
    Requisition ID
    Job Location(s)
    West Lafayette IN United States
    Position Type
    Full Time
    Cook Research Inc.
  • Overview

    The EDC (Electronic Data Capture) Programmer at Cook Research Incorporated is responsible for developing databases for clinical studies using IBM Clinical Development software.


    • Database design in consultation with Data Management and Clinical Operations teams

    • Design/create and test clinical databases including forms, folders, data dictionaries, edit checks, derivations, custom functions, standard and custom reports (limited)

    • Validate specification to development through leading team review, co-programmer review, and User Acceptance Testing

    • Verify completeness of study deliverables prior to release

    • Maintains all required study documentation

    • Perform peer review for the studies built by other programmers

    • Responsible for the development, maintenance, and compliance of database builds and EDC standards in support of clinical studies including, but not limited to, Global Library, Edit Checks, CRF modules and Standard/Custom Reports

    • Conduct training on to support internal users


    • Bachelor's degree in Computer Science/Information Technology or Life Sciences preferred

    • Working knowledge of relational database design and FDA regulation 21 CFR Part 11

    • Prior EDC development experience with IBM Clinical Development or similar software such as Rave, Inform, Omnicomm, or Oracle Clinical is preferred

    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, as well as interpersonal skills are required

    • Logical thinking, attention to detail and accuracy, excellent organizational skills, time-management skills, and problem-solving abilities

    • Ability to work effectively in both a team setting and independently with minimal oversight

    • Ability to prioritize workload and meet deadlines


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