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AbbVie Statistical Programmer in Lake County, Illinois

Statistical Programmer

USA, Illinois, Lake County

Information Technology

Requisition # 1906048


  • Accountable for their assigned work or supportive quality control in the programming space supporting a particular project, study or asset deliverable

  • Consolidate heterogeneous data sources (e.g. clinical study databases, external databases, real-world data) to prepare analysis-ready data files, tables, listings, and figures, within a defined quality control process control process

  • Improve the efficiency and quality of existing workflows for the provision of data sets and scientific contributions

  • Help develop and maintain internal software packages

  • Perform exploratory data analyses and visualizations in interaction with the clinical pharmacologist or pharmacometrician

  • Produce dynamic and static data visualizations to communicate quantitative analyses

  • Work with international and interdisciplinary teams

  • Master of Science in Computer Science, Mathematics, Statistics or a related field or Bachelor of Science in Computer Science, Mathematics, Statistics or related field with 2+ years of relevant experience

  • Substantive programming skills in SAS

  • R programming skills are desirable

  • Experience in statistical handling of longitudinal data and clinical / pharmaceutical data experience is desirable

  • Experience in creating informative data visualizations is desirable

  • Experience in Unix is desirable

  • Good communication skills

Additional Information

  • Significant Work Activities and Conditions: Continuous sitting for prolonged periods (more than 2 consecutive hours in an 8 hour day)

  • Travel: No

  • Job Type: Experienced

  • Schedule: Full-time

Equal Employment Opportunity Employer

At AbbVie, we value bringing together individuals from diverse backgrounds to develop new and innovative solutions for patients. As an equal opportunity employer we do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex (including pregnancy), physical or mental disability, medical condition, genetic information gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, marital status, protected veteran status, or any other legally protected characteristic.