Who we are?
We Are PRA. We are 15,000+ employees strong, operating in more than 85 countries. We are committed to saving lives and we are constantly striving to be the best at what we do. Our impact is real and we see it every single day. We help get life-saving drugs into the hands of those who need them most.
Who are you?
You have an advanced degree (MD, PhD, DO, PharmD) and you are someone that is inquisitive and wants to utilize your science mind to educate and explain protocol to team members at the site level. You can provide the science behind the protocol. You like to strategize and you want to figure out best practices and introduce those concepts to sites that are not performing with patient enrollment. Travel is not an issue and you enjoy racking up the frequent flyer miles.
What will you be Doing?
Unique to PRA, the Clinical Trial Liaison will foster relationships with clinical investigators and other professionals at the site level to optimize patient recruitment for clinical trials that PRA is the lead CRO. The CTL has a thorough underderstanding of the investigational agents being used in the study, the trial’s eligibility criteria, and all study procedures. In addition, the CTL will work with sites to optimize performance and communicate with PRA employees and strategize with the sites to make sure patient recruitment, data quality and protocol requirements are being followed. Repeated interactions will be needed over the course of the trial to ensure that the trial remains “top of mind” with investigators and staff. The CTL will function as part of the study team and will interact frequently with sponsor companies and their field personnel. Furthermore, the CTL will serve as liaison with key investigators to help ensure that they receive prompt assistance with any queries and that any concerns they have are promptly transmitted to the trial’s sponsor.
PRA is an EEO/AA employer and is committed to providing opportunities to minorities, women, veterans and individuals with disabilities.
To qualify, applicants must be legally authorized to work in the United States, and should not require, now or in the future, sponsorship for employment visa status.