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Johnson & Johnson

.NET Developer

Posted Nov 5, 2020
Job ID: JJJP00004203
Location
Beerse
Duration
7 months
(Dec 1, 2020 - Jun 30, 2021)
Hours/week
40 hrs/week
Payrate range
Unknown

Spotfire .NET Developer for iDARTs


You will be part of the development team that works out extensions on top of SPOTFIRE to be able to handle Review status, Inquiries immediately together with the visualization.



iDARTs (Intuitive Data Analysis Reporting Tools), a software system with significant potential to improve clinical trial medical reviews.


Medical reviews are conducted to insure consistency in patient medical data and adherence to study protocols and Good Clinical Practices. iDARTs, which is being developed as part of the JEDI Transform Trial Design initiative, represents an effort to implement a single, validated system across all Therapeutic Areas (TAs) for conducting clinical trial medical reviews.


The objectives of iDARTs are to strengthen regulatory compliance and operational efficiency while reducing costs.


iDARTs enhances compliance by introducing a validated tool, standardized analytical framework and a systematic approach to medical reviews.


Operational efficiency will benefit from improved communication and collaboration between the site managers, data managers and reviewers involved in medical reviews. iDARTs also will improve processes for tracking reviewed data, updating and annotating data, and reconciling safety data.


Implementation of iDARTs will decrease costs by eliminating the need for multiple legacy tools and enabling the use of reusable data components that will speed the setup process for medical reviews.


iDARTs is intended to help medical reviewers identify and track potential safety issues far more proactively.


The visualization capabilities of iDARTs will make it easier for medical reviewers to regularly evaluate data representing hundreds or thousands of study participants. This will enable reviewers to spot potential trends and review patient data in greater detail at earlier points in a trial.



Technical requirements

  • .NET development (C#) or .net architect
  • ASP.NET development
  • SQL
  • Spotfire basic authoring (desired, but optional)
  • Spotfire API knowledge (desired, but optional)


Soft skills:

  • Work independently
  • Work very critical

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