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Recruitment Specialist 1 - Salt Lake City
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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.


  • Ensures that all assigned clinical trials have the required number of qualified volunteers
  • Manages and monitors the recruiting and screening hours per study
  • Manages the recruitment strategy for each project in conjunction with the Marketing Communication Specialist, Clinical     Study Manager, and Investigator
  • Creates and/or reviews recruitment and screening documents prior to submission to the sponsor and IRB/IEC for approval
  • Collaborates with the scheduling team to ensure screening appointments and screening staff are in place to facilitate timely recruitment and screening of volunteers.
  • Monitors and reports to the recruitment team, Clinical Study Manager, Project Manager, Investigator, Marketing Communication Specialist and  FM the progress in recruiting of each study; actively mitigates enrollment risks in collaboration with the FM
  • Ensures that recruitment and screening for all studies are conducted in compliance with HIPAA , ICH GCP, PRA, and IRB/IEC
  • requirements and approvals

The RS in the US is also responsible for:

  • Reviews medical history, lab results and all data collected at the phone screening and the screening visit relative to the protocol’s inclusion and exclusion requirements to select the most qualified volunteers to present to the Medical Team/Investigator
  • Collaborates with Investigators and Clinical Study Managers to identify qualified participants and facilitate timely subject selections
  • Creates and facilitates study-specific pre-screening training to all CPC staff that will work on the study prior to
  • SIV/Scientific review upon approval from the sponsor and IRB


  • Less than 2 years of equivalent work experience
  • Read, write and speak fluent English; fluent in host country language required.
  • Bachelor’s Degree in a clinical or health-related field preferred

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


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