Feasibility Specialist


  • Accountable for making recommendations for Quintiles commitments for future studies in terms of recruitment rate,

timelines and screen failure rates

  • Take independent responsibility for capability exercises and larger feasibility projects / deliverables
  • Prepare for strategy calls by research into therapeutic areas using internal databases, scientific literature, the

internet and expert medical knowledge to provide background information.

  • Attend strategy calls with internal stakeholders including Medical Directors and Advisors, Business Developers,

Sales Staff and Program Directors. Present background information, particularly including country recruitment and

screen failure data.

  • Design of protocol-specific questionnaires for collection of global feasibility information for individual countries and

sites in order to determine patient populations and protocol suitability.

  • Develop feasibility analysis systems and data collection tools in Excel to support the collection of associated metrics
  • Provide appropriate tools for country feasibility leads to carry out feasibility and capability exercises e.g. telephone

training and detailed emails

  • Coordinate the collection and analysis of global feasibility information to meet the challenging timelines of the

proposal process and independent feasibility assessments

  • Reconcile and interpret feasibility data, providing solid recommendations to internal stakeholders
  • Production of feasibility text for proposals and feasibility reports
  • Review budgets for stand-alone paid feasibility studies
  • Train and support new team members
  • Attend client meetings as required to present feasibility process and explain recommendations
  • Liaise with internal and external customers globally to coordinate the collection and delivery of feasibility data.
  • Maintain and update departmental information repositories and databases
  • Undertake therapeutic training, as necessary, and keep abreast of developments in clinical research generally


  • Clinical/project management experience is preferred.
  • General knowledge and understanding of company clinical systems, procedures and corporate standards.
  • Good knowledge of medical terminology, GCP, FDA regulations, and Drug Development process.
  • In-depth understanding of clinical research.
  • Excellent communication, organizational and interpersonal skills.
  • Fluid report writing in English
  • Strong computer literacy, including well-developed computer skills in applicable software.
  • Ability to work independently and effectively prioritize tasks.


  • Bachelor’s Degree in Healthcare or Biological Science and a minimum of 3 years related experience in clinical research;

or equivalent combination of education, training and experience

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