Research Nurse/Study Coordinator
Invicro is the world’s leading translational imaging company. Based in London, Boston and New Haven. Invicro specialises in molecular and functional imaging studies to support medical and pharmaceutical research. The London site operates a unique clinical and pre-clinical imaging centre with state-of-the-art PET and MRI technology used to support clinical research.
We are seeking a Junior/Senior Registered nurse who has an interest in Research and an understanding of conducting clinical studies. You will be managing a case load of clinical studies and will be part of the clinical support team to complete activities relating to Imaging and Experimental Medicine Studies in accordance with current Regulatory, ICH GCP and HBSM standards and requirements.
The successful candidate must have a relevant nursing qualification and be registered with the Nursing and Midwifery Council. The post-holder will have some experience in clinical research and industry-based experience would be an advantage. Training will be given, and you will have the opportunity to be promoted to a Senior Study Coordinator after a sufficient period. A minimum level of ILS resuscitation training is required, and the applicant should be competent in use of emergency equipment.
Applicants will need to demonstrate the ability to make effective decisions under pressure, organise and prioritise workload and communicate at a high level across multiple disciplines. We seek candidates who are adaptable and show flexibility with working patterns to support operational requirements.
We are only able to accept applicants that are able to live and work in the UK
Competitive Salary & Benefits
Contributory Pension, Bonus, Private Medical Insurance, Life Assurance & Flexible Benefits options
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