Research Nurse (Clinical Research Nurse) - Full time 12-36-month contract
CK Group are excited to announce our collaboration with EMS Healthcare in a pioneering new cancer clinical research study, looking at the early detection of more than 50 types of cancer - including many that are difficult to diagnose. This revolutionary study comprises of an innovative blood test developed by GRAIL, a US biotechnology company, and could help thousands more people get successful treatment every year.
The study will take place on a state of the art, specifically designed mobile facility, which will be your place of work for the duration of the 12-36-month contract. It will move around the Greater Manchester Cancer Alliance to allow for a geographical reach of participants, spending around four weeks at a time in each location - therefore ability to commute throughout the area is essential.
Registered Nurse Role:
As a Registered Nurse, you will play a pivotal role in creating a positive and accessible participant experience. If you are committed to providing high-quality care and interested in a new, exciting role outside of a traditional NHS setting, this could be the post for you.
Exciting opportunity to work on a pioneering cancer early detection study in 2021 through to completion in 2023.
Appealing, consistent shift pattern that operates with 3 (12.5 hr) shifts on and 4 off - guaranteed no night shift work for the contract duration.
Competitive holiday allowance of 28+8 days.
Contributory stakeholder pension scheme.
Life Assurance scheme.
Wellbeing programme available for all employees.
NMC Registered Nurse, recognised in the UK.
Experienced and skilled in the practice of venepuncture.
Good Clinical Practice experience and up to date training.
Informed Consent experience and up to date training.
Experience of working in primary and/or secondary care would be highly desirable.
Experience in the conduct of clinical trials would be advantageous but not essential.
Other Requirements & Competencies.
Other Requirements & Competencies:
Full UK residency and hold a valid driving license.
The ability to travel within the allocated cancer alliance.
Good interpersonal skills and the ability to work in a self-motivated way.
Good team player.
Proficient in written and spoken English.
Have relevant IT skills to perform the role.
Possess high standards of integrity, professionalism, and sensitivity.
Entitlement to work in the UK is essential. For more information or to apply for this Clinical Research Nurse position, please contact Russell Oakley on (phone number removed) or email (url removed). Please quoting reference EMSCK.