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Global Site ID Lead

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Primary Location: Budapest, Hungary Additonal Locations: Barcelona, Spain,ESP; Belgrade, Serbia,SRB; Bratislava, Slovakia,SVK; Istanbul, Turkey,TUR; Kiev, Ukraine,UKR; Ljubljana, Slovenia,SVN; Madrid, Spain,ESP; Milan, Italy,ITA; Oeiras, Portugal,PRT; Prague, Czech Republic,CZE; Sofia, Bulgaria,BGR; Warsaw, Poland,POL; Zagreb, Croatia,HRV Full time R1159101

Job description


Manage and lead activities associated with Feasibility and Site Identification. Provide mentoring, training and support to junior staff. Support management in strategic initiatives related to Feasibility and Site Identification. May be responsible for some or all of the following activities at any one time.


 Monitor current research capabilities and gather information regarding future research plans, regional priorities, regional capacity plans and other sources

 Monitor and promote inclusion of partner/prime sites in projects

 Review budgets for stand-alone paid Feasibility studies and Site Identification activities

 Maintain and update departmental information repositories and databases

 Coordinate the generation, analysis and interpretation of study related information to produce and support recommendation of recruitment rates, country allocations, site tiering and protocol density. May produce summary reports and present internally or externally.

 Support the development and maintenance of work processes, SOPs and work instructions.

 Maintain and update departmental project files, including site list and other project materials as required.

 Identify and proactively share best practices and lessons learned to drive successful Site Identification start-up.

 Reconcile and interpret Feasibility / Site Identification data. Extrapolate data collected to provide a country-level assessment. Provide accurate, robust and realistic recommendations for country site numbers, recruitment rates, timelines and screen failure rates.

 Develop Feasibility analysis systems and data collection tools to support the collection of associated metrics

 Coordinate the collection and analysis of global Feasibility information to meet timelines of the proposal process and independent Feasibility assessments

 May review budgets for stand-alone paid studies


 Sound knowledge of medical terminology, GCP, FDA regulations, and Drug Development process and procedures.

 Strong communication, organizational and interpersonal skills.

 Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office, Presentation skills and team training.

 Ability to work independently, prioritize actively, seek input, problem solve and work in a team environment.

 Strong negotiation skills.

 Strong verbal and written communication including good command of English language

 Ability to handle multiple tasks with varying deadlines.

 Ability to maintain confidentiality.

 Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with coworkers, managers and clients


 Bachelor's degree in life sciences or related field, with 7 years’ relevant experience including demonstrable experience in acting as the main local lead in studies or equivalent combination of education, training and experience.

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