Site ID and Selection Associate
Site ID and Selection Associate
Remote - USA or Cambridge, MA
Why settle for one thing when you can have everything? Labcorp Drug Development gives you the best two-for-one opportunity for career growth. Who doesn’t want twice the perks - working at one of the largest FSP CROs—and partnering with one sponsor with a dedicated therapeutic focus. You can have it all! Labcorp Drug Development gives you the best opportunity for career growth.
Our Energizing Purpose, Exceptional People and Extraordinary Potential combined with collaborative and proactive teams offer a great place for you to continue honing your therapeutic skills and growing and excelling in new exciting research. Our reach is global – extending to 60+ countries making us one of the largest CROs. So, no matter where you are located on the globe, we have an opportunity for you.
We are seeking a Site ID & Selection Associate to be responsible for overseeing and ensuring the successful delivery of global (end-to-end) site identification and selection (strategy, plans, activities, timelines, synthesis of site/investigator insights and presentation to study teams) at a program/study level in collaboration with the Feasibility Director/Lead. Enable study teams to conduct effective and ongoing delivery within timelines that contribute to operational planning / decisions resulting in predictable delivery for achieving R&D goals.
Additional responsibilities include:
Assist in the evaluation of sites and investigators to make selection decisions based on a data-driven study strategy and details about the site and investigator.
Oversee the analysis of clinical trial intelligence data and its application to effectively identify sites in selected countries which complement study startup forecasts and study strategies.
Create and implement innovative processes, methodologies, data and technologies that will ensure ongoing delivery of valued site identification and selection processes.
In coordination with the Feasibility Director/Lead, is accountable for defining, developing, and delivery of global site recommendations for each assigned study.
Ability to understand and translate protocol requirements to develop the ideal site profile, in collaboration with key cross-functional leads, especially the Feasibility Lead/Director.
Mine relevant databases, available literature resources, etc. to identify the best suited sites for the study and proactively advocate for inclusion of strategic relationship sites with the project team, as appropriate.
Assist in the development of the Site Profile and Protocol Specific Site Requirements and Site Identification Questionnaire/ Feasibility Survey specific to each protocol.
Provides tracking and weekly reporting of site identification deliverables to the sponsor study team and CRO.
Attends project team meetings (OSR, SET, Feasibility, Regulatory, etc.) provides updates relevant to site ID and selection.
Collaborates with Feasibility Lead/Director and Study Start-up team members in relation to the site identification and selection strategy.
Leverage the sponsor and industry tools and data sources, including local medical teams to provide recommendations of sites and investigators.
Drive delivery of selected sites to insure study milestones of First Site Active and First Subject In can be met.
Supports Feasibility Lead/Director in final selection of sites in collaboration with other Study Team members and CRO study representatives.
Ensure sites are notified of selection decision based on results of site level feasibility assessment.
May support the development and maintenance of the global investigator database and communication materials.
BS degree or international equivalent required, in a life science preferred
At least 2 years of pharmaceutical industry (or similar) experience
Direct experience in the pharmaceutical industry or related field required
Expertise in principles driving country/site identification desired
Demonstrated experience in clinical operations and managing site identification and site feasibility processes
Proficiency with software models, database structures, and Microsoft Office Suite applications
Expertise with leading edge trial optimization vendors, tools, and methods
Demonstrated knowledge of government/international databases, open source databases or proprietary databases (e.g. PubMed/Medline, [Register to View] Citeline, DQS)
Ability to strongly demonstrate, interpret, explain, represent, present and drive unbiased data insights into clinical trials operational planning
Ability to work across several projects with specific and unique requirements, while providing attention to detail and high quality work
Ability to be flexible, adapt to change, work independently, as well as work as part of a team in a matrix environment
Demonstrated ability to form strong working relationships with other groups within the organization essential to high level performance in this position
Direct responsibility in site identification, feasibility, and/or managing the study start-up processes of clinical research studies at a sponsor or CRO is preferred
Great Benefits at Labcorp:
Regular, full-time or part-time employees working 20 or more hours per week are eligible for comprehensive benefits including:
Employee Stock Purchase Plan (ESPP)
Paid time off (PTO) or Flexible time off (FTO)
Company bonus where applicable
Labcorp is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer:
As an EOE/AA employer, the organization will not discriminate in its employment practices due to an applicant's race, age, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or veteran status.