Job Vacancy Operations Associate, Site ID TrialSpark



Job title: Operations Associate, Site ID

Company: TrialSpark

Job description: About TrialSpark

TrialSpark is a technology-driven drug development company that runs end-to-end clinical trials, focused on bringing new treatments to patients faster and more efficiently.

The biggest bottleneck in bringing new treatments to patients is the clinical trial. On average, getting a drug through the trial process takes nearly a decade and frequently costs $1B+. To combat this industry problem, TrialSpark has built a technology platform that optimizes all aspects of a clinical trial, enabling more efficient trial design, faster trial completion, and higher trial data quality.

TrialSpark recently raised their , and is putting the capital to work by in-licensing and co-developing drug programs through in-house development, joint ventures, and NewCos. Together with doctors, patients, and communities, TrialSpark is working to develop the treatments of tomorrow.

About the Position

As a Site ID Associate at TrialSpark, you will be responsible for facilitating the identification of the sites that will run clinical trials as well as physicians who will refer patients to these trials. You will help shape the site acquisition and feasibility review process, iterating on outreach/campaign planning and working closely with cross-functional medical and clinical trial monitoring teams.

Responsibilities

  • Lead generation via databases of clinical trial sites and physicians
  • Implementing the messaging strategy and language used to reach out to clinical trial sites and referring physicians; utilize feedback received from these sources to tweak value propositions
  • Gathering, monitoring, and analyzing data to continuously optimize the efficiency and scalability of our site and physician engagement campaigns across channels
  • Clear and concise communication of response patterns cross-functionally within the organization
  • Project management – developing and adhering to realistic timelines, keeping organized records of contacts and outreach efforts
  • Conducting research on various ad hoc clinical subjects, including but not limited to interviewing trial stakeholders to gather themes in feedback

About You

  • Organized, with strong attention to detail
  • Strong ownership mentality; solutions-oriented
  • Data-driven approach to problem solving
  • Excellent communication and relationship building skills; ability to be a great cross-functional partner
  • Strong follow-through skills-not afraid to be dogged in chasing down answers
  • Resourceful and adaptable in areas of ambiguity, but unafraid to ask questions to gain context
  • Kind, thoughtful, curious, and have a low ego
  • Able to read and speak English clearly and effectively

Education and experience

  • Bachelor’s degree or higher
  • 1-2 years of work experience, ideally in a fast-paced startup environment – Bonus if this experience is in an industry with a complex user lifecycle (e.g. healthcare, fintech)
  • Track record of achieving performance goals
  • Experience with Salesforce Or similar CRM, Preferred

You will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.

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Location: New York City, NY

Job date: Fri, 15 Jul 2022 02:01:40 GMT

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