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Site Identification Lead

Ireland-Dublin; Czech Republic; Denmark; Russia; Ukraine; Belgium; France; UK; Lithuania; Poland; Portugal; Romania; Norway; Tur
Reference: 044295
This vacancy has now expired.

Do you have Global/Regional Study Start Up Site Identification and are now looking to further develop, implement and execute Site identification plans.


As Site Identification Lead you will be accountable for the development of Site Identification Plans. Working with the Study Start up, PM and CTMs on the study to ensure delivery of the study start up timelines in terms of initiated sites and First Patient In (FPI) milestones. Ensuring all sites proposed for selection are of a high quality standard and meet all site profile, due diligence and protocol specific site requirements. As a subject matter expert in Site Identification/Selection process for internal and external customers alike and to provide input to Team members, Project teams, Business Development and to Sponsors.


You will need Global Site Identification experience, leading sponsor initiatives such as kick-off meetings, bid defenses, project update and status calls, and other communications.  We ask that you have a Bachelor’s degree, project and client interaction skills, and experience leading Site Identification activities globally in a clinical research environment. 


As a Site Identification Lead, you would advance clinical trial Site identifications activities by understanding the client objectives and assist in the development of the Site Identification Plans through leading a team of Site Identification Specialists (SIS’s) who have responsibility for Site Identification.  The successful candidate will show capability in the areas of clinical trial operations, meeting Site Identification and ICON guidelines, and displaying project management skills to optimize performance and collaboration to ensure successful study outcomes.  


To succeed you will need a Bachelor’s Degree preferably in life sciences with great project management skill set and understanding of Site identification processes in many different countries along with experience in a clinical research environment (preferable focusing on Site Identification Activity). 


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