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Patient Enrollment Specialist (Arizona)

Patient Enrollment Specialist (Arizona)
Phoenix, Arizona

CCT Research has grown tremendously, so we are adding multiple Patient Enrollment Specialists to our team to join us in our Mission: Leading today's trials, offering tomorrow's hope. And help make progress toward our Vision: For future generations to live in a world free of disease.

Ideal Candidate:

The ideal candidate will be self-driven and thrive independently, effectively communicate across multiple departments, and be thorough with details. You are doing important work with great people, so you'll fit in well with a great attitude.

Cognitive Clinical Trials is looking to add a motivated self starter to our patient recruitment team in Phoenix, Arizona!

Your responsibilities will include but not be limited to:

  • Responsible for recruiting and orienting research activities conducted; assists in scheduling and ensuring compensation of subjects with recruitment coordinator
  • Recruit required number of subjects for studies
  • Create letters, handle text messaging, mailings or other communication methods towards subjects
  • Helps to manage subject phone calls and visits on site (as applicable)
  • Responsible for the collection and documentation of electronic and written data.
  • Ensure that quality, follow-up and time schedules are met
  • Respond upon all queries specific to subject data collection
  • Write and update recruitment related documents for subject use as appropriate
  • Communicate protocol requirements to study subjects and contribute to compliance
  • Demonstrate positive attitude to the subject population to ensure subject’s trust in clinical research

Apply to work with us!

Apply for: Patient Enrollment Specialist (Arizona)
Located in: Phoenix, Arizona
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