Clinical Research Nurse
Hexham, Northumberland, England
- Full time
- Job level
- Qualified (non-manager)
- 8 Nov 2019
- 8 Dec 2019
Are you a qualified Nurse who is working in the Clinical Research Industry or have an interest in doing so?
Are you passionate about improving patient’s lives for the better?
If the answer to those two question is YES then read on!
Due to the expansion of the clinical team, we are currently looking to recruit a Clinical Research Nurse for our site in Hexham.
Located within Hexham General Hospital , this site is home to an award winning team that really do focus on collaboration and honesty resulting in a more efficient process for engaging with patients for clinical trials.
We pride ourselves on being the “Patients choice for clinical research” and our Nursing teams are directly involved with ensuring a continuity of care for patients during the studies.
Working Monday to Friday, 37 hours a week, a Clinical Research Nurse is responsible for nursing activities related to clinical trials across a wide and diverse range of therapeutic areas.
Key roles and responsibilities of a Clinical Research Nurse are as follows -
Completing all relevant clinical competency training assessments and attending all relevant research study protocol training and completing all mandatory training, according to the Synexus COP’s/SOP’s
Performing all visits, observations, safety reporting and interventions with participants in accordance with procedures and schedule of the study protocol, company SOP’s and policies
Carrying out pre-screens efficiently and effectively to optimise patient recruitment
Encouraging patients to continue within the study, and to participate in future trials
Collecting, records, verifying and entering study data into the source notes, CRF/eCRF and all associated paperwork with a high degree of accuracy
Ensuring that all data queries are acted upon in a timely and efficient manner
Promoting and nurturing a welcoming, professional and pleasant environment for staff and participants
Participating in multidisciplinary meetings
Initiating emergency action when required e.g. cardiac arrest, anaphylaxis management, fire, or critical incidents
To be considered for a Clinical Research Nurse you will ideally possess the following skills and experience:
Registration with no limitations to practice within the Nursing and Midwifery Council (Adult)
A passion for the Clinical Research industry
Well-developed interpersonal and communication skills
A patient focussed attitude
Interested? Great, please apply ASAP as we may close the advert earlier than the expiry date.
Synexus is an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer.
Salary - Competitive
Bonus: up to 10% of annual salary, paid quarterly, based on site performance.
Additional Benefits: 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays (increases with tenure), 5% matched contribution pension scheme, 3x Life Cover, access to our High Street discounts portal, Employee Assistance Programme, Employee Health Cash Plan programme, Cycle to work scheme, enhanced sickness and family friendly policies, excellent training and development opportunities.
Accelerated Enrollment Solutions (AES) is a business unit of PPD that offers both sponsors and contract research organizations best-in-class site and enrolment solutions, with tiered offerings combining the expertise of industry leaders PPD, Synexus, Acurian and Optimal Research. These solutions are available as discrete services or integrated to provide a cohesive and highly differentiated trial acceleration strategy for clinical studies, all under performance-based commercial terms.
The array of integrated solutions includes PatientAdvantage, PPD’s global clinical development services optimized with Acurian and Synexus enrollment capabilities. Acurian and Synexus have proven track records for enrolling patients and study conduct through proprietary, direct-to-patient recruitment methodologies and a global site network. When combined, these services provide a new standard of clinical trial productivity that delivers more patients from fewer sites in less time.