Community Liaison

The Community Liaison works within physician's offices in the community to identify and recruit potential patients for clinical trials.
Primary Responsibilities
Establish and build successful working relationships with physicians and their office staff
Travel to physician's offices in the community and work within these offices to recruit patients for research studies
Determine potential research subjects based on Inclusion/Exclusion criteria
Contact prospective patients and schedule them to participate in the screening process for research studies
Maintain, track, and collect data related to community outreach recruitment efforts
Assist with the planning of recruitment and marketing plans
Assist with ad-hoc or special projects on as needed basis
Secondary Responsibilities
Maintains Quality Service and Departmental Standards by
Reading, understanding and adhering to organizational Standard Operating Procedures ("SOP")
Assisting in establishing and enforcing departmental standards
Contributes to team effort by
Working with internal staff to resolve issues
Exploring new opportunities to add value to organization and departmental processes
Helping others to achieve results
Performing other duties as assigned
Maintains Technical and Industry Knowledge by
Attending and participating in applicable company-sponsored training
Minimum Bachelor's degree required; RN or LPN License preferred
Minimum of working medical knowledge required; 1 year of clinical trials experience preferred
Additional skill set:
Strong motivational skills and abilities - promoting a team based approach
Strong interpersonal and communication skills, both verbal and written
Strong organizational and leadership skills
Goal oriented
Ability to maintain professional and positive attitude
Proficient in relevant computer applications such as online web-based systems, EMR/EHR, and MS Office
Strong medical terminology background
Strong time management, judgment, interpersonal, and organizational skills
Ability to work independently with minimal supervision
Thorough and strong attention to requisite details
Ability to collect and manage information accurately
Handles confidential information appropriately
Learns quickly and adapts easily to new environments
Working conditions:
Travel: 0-10%
Lifting: 0-10 lbs
Other: Computer work for long periods of time
This position description should not be deemed all inclusive. Additional requirements and expectations may be assigned. At all times, employees are expected to adhere to company policies and company SOPs.
EEO Statement
Bioclinica is an equal opportunity employer. Bioclinica evaluates qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, protected veteran status, disability/handicap status or any other legally protected characteristic.

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