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Recruitment Specialist
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US-UT-Salt Lake City
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The Recruitment Specialist is responsible for recruiting qualified volunteers for clinical drug trials. The Recruitment Specialist must be detailed focused and able to work well with others on short timelines with an understanding of the ICH and GCP regulations to successfully meet recruitment goals.
The RS in the US is also responsible for: The Recruitment Specialist leads the Recruitment team in study specific pre-screening training and review of the protocol inclusion and exclusion criteria. The Recruitment Specialist is required to be able to review the potential subjects’ medical history, lab results, and all data collected at the phone screening and the screening visit and to analyze that information relative to the protocol’s inclusion and exclusion requirements to present the most qualified volunteers to the Medical Team/Investigator for selection to participate in a specific study.


In addition to Level 1:

  • Participates in RFI/RFP and bid defense relative to recruiting and screening of subjects
  • Communicates with the clients/sponsors as needed
  • Recommends changes in protocol inclusion and exclusion or otherwise to optimize recruitment
  • Determines recruitment feasibility on current and future studies through database reviews and experiences with similar recruitment requirements and demographics
  • (May) provides supervision and mentoring to other Recruitment staff
  • Proactively identifies risks to subject recruitment and develops all contingency plans working with the Project Manager, Marketing Communication Specialist, Investigator, Clinical Study Manager, and FM
  • Develops new work flow processes and enhances current technologies to increase efficiencies for subject recruitment
  • (May)Understands and can create source documents
  • Collaborates with cross functional areas and teams to create universal practices to increase efficiencies 


  • 2+ years of equivalent work experience
  • Read, write and speak fluent English; fluent in host country language required.

  • Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited institution

  • Masters Degree in  clinical, health- related, or marketing field from an accredited institution or equivalent work experience preferred
  • 5+ years of equivalent work experience in a clinical or laboratory environment
  • Training and supervisory skills and/or experience

PRA is an EEO/AA employer and is committed to providing opportunities to minorities, women, veterans and individuals with disabilities.


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