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Site ID Specialist

Employment Type Contract
Field of Work Clinical/Medical


Position Summary

Working as a member of the Site Operations Group (SO), the Site ID Specialist (SIDS) will provide trial and special project support.


Primary Responsibilities

General Activities:

  • Develop and maintain relationships with investigators, study coordinators other site personnel, and members of other Clinical Operations departments
  • Seeks to understand and uphold trial site selection strategies, inclusive of trial timelines
  • Tracks and maintains metrics of daily investigator/site contact activities (ex. Vetting requests, eSurveys created, SFQs sent/received, investigator follow-up by phone/email, etc.)
  • Seeks input on issues with established processes and deviations to established operational strategies
  • Participate in regularly scheduled department and trial team meetings
  • Assist with departmental procedural documentation and cross-functional training as requested
  • Assist with special projects/assignments as required (e.g., Clinical Operations project-level activities, site feasibility non-study specific projects, etc.)
  • Maintains timely and accurate entries in required systems

Study Feasibility

  • The Site ID Specialist is a support role to the Feasibility Analyst (FA) assigned to a study
  • Takes direction from and delivers results to the FA; interfaces across Clinical Operations start-up functions
  • Develops a pool of potential investigators from a variety of internal and external sources based on trial specific investigator profile
  • Cross-checks investigator listings from a variety of sources to eliminate duplicates and identify potential gaps as defined by the study strategy
  • Requests, tracks and reports regulatory vetting and business intelligence information for potential investigators
  • Creates, sends, and exports data for electronic surveys to assess potential investigators initial interest and qualifications for clinical studies
  • Consolidates investigator information (vetting, business intelligence, and survey results) for FA review
  • Follows up with potential investigators, study coordinators, and site personnel by email and phone
  • Regularly reviews trial metrics for accuracy and makes corrections as noted.


  • Communication — excels at interpersonal communications and relates well to others. Clear, effective and affable.
  • Initiative — gathers and provides data in advance of need, takes prompt and independent action
  • Systems — above average Excel skills. Microsoft Office Suite, familiarity with industry tools preferred