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MRN is constantly looking for experienced team members, keen to explore new projects and motivated to embrace new ideas and challenges, in both our UK and US offices. If you are interested in any of these roles listed below or keen to explore future opportunities please send your CV and a brief covering letter to Kellie Bryant in the first instance;

Proposals & Contracts Associate - Milton Keynes - UK

Proposals & Contracts Associate - Milton Keynes

The Medical Research Network (MRN) specialise in providing home-based clinical trials to patients across the globe and are looking to recruit an experienced proposals and contracts professional to join our talented and friendly team here in Milton Keynes.

To be considered for this role, you must be able to demonstrate the following:

  • A legal or life science degree, or equivalent gained through experience
  • Previous experience of working with the pharmaceutical or clinical research arena
  • Experience of successfully working within a sales or proposals role, ideally within a growing and fast-paced organisation
  • A basic understanding of GCP and Clinical Trial Methodology is highly desirable
  • Proven ability of successfully influencing and engaging a variety of internal stakeholders
  • Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written are naturally required
  • A commercial and solution focused approach is an absolute must for this role!

As a Proposals and Contracts Associate at MRN, you will be responsible for supporting the generation of client proposals, budgets and contracts across all MRN services globally.

You will work in partnership with our internal teams to create compelling proposals and budgets for all allocated sales opportunities, defining scope of works and amending and revising where required. You will draft contracts in line with agreed proposals and liaise with clients to define and document the final scope of work, liaising with our legal team as needed, producing final contracts for signature. As a P&C Associate, you will participate in ongoing reviews and updating of budgeting tools and pricing models and make valuable contributions to sales meetings.

Why join us?

  • A competitive basic salary
  • Discretionary annual bonus
  • Generous pension and holiday schemes
  • Wider benefits including life insurance, health insurance and Perkbox
  • Free on-site parking
  • An inclusive and collaborative working culture
  • Fantastic opportunities for future growth and career progression!

If you feel you have the relevant skills, experience and motivation to be a success, please Apply Today!

Data Protection – Your Rights

Should you apply for a job opportunity at The MRN, we wish to inform you that it is our intention to retain the personal data provided by you for up to 2 years from the date it is received, at which point you will be asked to provide new consent. If you have any questions or concerns regarding our processes and how your personal data will be stored, please contact us for further reassurance

Team Manager, Project Support - Chicago, Ilinois

Project Support, Team Manager – Clinical Trials

The Medical Research Network (MRN) specialise in providing community-based clinical trials to patients across the globe and are now looking to recruit an experienced line manager to join our talented and growing team in Skokie, IL. The key focus of this role will be to support the Global Head Visit Management with the management, day-to-day supervision and guidance of a small but growing team of Project Support Associates as well as the delivery of Home Trial Support (HTS) studies in the US.

To be considered for this role, you must be able to demonstrate the following:

  • Significant experience of working within the healthcare arena (clinical research as a preference)
  • You must have a minimum of 2 years’ experience of formally managing, coaching and developing teams
  • Knowledge of the principles of ICH-GCP
  • Proven ability to influence and engage stakeholders both internally and externally
  • Excellent communication skills with the ability to engage and motive a team
  • Strong planning and prioritising skills is a must in this role along with task delegation
  • A driven and solution focused approach
  • Enthusiasm and a desire to work as part of a global team

As a Team Manager in Project Support at MRN, you will assist with the development and successful rollout of the visit management strategy, including resource planning, recruitment and hiring. You will create, maintain, and deliver training plans for direct reports and monitor performance objectives and conduct annual performance reviews. Alongside mentoring and coaching your team of Project Support Associates, you will manage the delivery of HTS visits, supporting and facilitating communications across multiple functions when needed.

Why join us?

  • Competitive base salary
  • Attractive commission scheme
  • 401(k) plan with company match
  • Generous paid time off allowance
  • Paid company holidays
  • Health, dental, vision and life insurance plans
  • Fantastic opportunities for future career development
  • An inclusive and collaborative working culture
  • Flexible working initiatives

If you feel you have the relevant skills, experience and motivation to be a success, please Apply Today!

Data Protection – Your Rights Should you apply for a job opportunity at The MRN, we wish to inform you that it is our intention to retain the personal data provided by you for up to 2 years from the date it is received, at which point you will be asked to provide new consent. If you have any questions or concerns regarding our processes and how your personal data will be stored, please contact us for further reassurance.

Compliance Associate - Milton Keynes

 

Compliance Associate (Clinical Trials) – Milton Keynes

Do you have experience within a clinical research environment coupled with a strong working knowledge of ICH-GCP regulations? If so, this could be the opportunity you are looking for!

Due to growth we are looking to recruit an experienced Compliance Associate to join our talented team in Milton Keynes.

As a Compliance Associate, you will contribute to the strategic design, implementation and delivery of quality management and quality assurance to the MRN global and local operational teams as part of the Quality Management department. You will ensure all functions, programs and projects for the MRN (and all partners) across all locations are working in compliance with MRN’s quality standards and written procedures, Health Authority (HA) guidelines and regulations, and local laws.

To be considered for this role, you must be able to demonstrate the following:

  • A Bachelor of Science BSc (Hons) 2.2 or above (or equivalent) degree
  • At least 4 years’ experience in operational activities within the clinical trials or pharmaceutical industry
  • Working knowledge of established project management tools
  • Experience in a clinical research environment with strong working knowledge of ICH-GCP E6 regulations
  • Working knowledge of the drug development process, quality assurance procedures and policies, and quality evaluation techniques
  • Knowledge of the clinical trials regulations, auditing and inspection process
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications
  • Confident communication skills both written and verbal, including report writing
  • Excellent English both verbal and written

Why join us?

  • A competitive basic salary
  • Generous pension and holiday schemes
  • Wider benefits including life insurance, health insurance and Perkbox
  • An inclusive and collaborative working culture
  • Fantastic opportunities for future growth and career progression

As a Compliance Associate, your primary responsibilities will include:

Audit and Systems Review

  • Performing regular study reviews by assessing project files and archives to ensure completeness and compliance with regulations such as GCP, GMP and GDP along with medical and nursing requirements.
  • Being the point of contact for customer & vendor audits and regulatory inspections.
  • Supporting stakeholders in preparing for related Health Authority inspections.

Training and Knowledge Management

  • Assisting in the development and implementation of effective training programs that support MRN’s quality objectives, and in the capture and dissemination of lessons learned.

Governance and Oversight

  • Monitoring and communication of audit and inspection findings.
  • Collating trend analyses, quality metrics and key performance indicators from the business and reporting to the Operating Board each month.
  • Ensuring project learnings, audit findings and issues are integrated into MRN’s Quality Management System (QMS).
  • Attending Board sub-group meetings to provide Quality Management updates to functional heads and the Quality Director.

Continuous / Process Recommendations

  • Regular liaison with Director of Continuous Improvement, Training Manager and senior operational managers, the Quality Board sub-group, CEO-Quality meetings and the functional group-quality group meetings.
  • Providing input into MRN’s change management and continuous improvement systems.

If you feel you have the relevant skills and experience to be success, please Apply Today!

Data Protection – Your Rights

Should you apply for a job opportunity at The MRN, we wish to inform you that it is our intention to retain the personal data provided by you for up to 2 years from the date it is received, at which point you will be asked to provide new consent. If you have any questions or concerns regarding our processes and how your personal data will be stored, please contact us for further reassurance.

Research Nurse Manager (UK & US) - Milton Keynes, UK & Chicago, Illinois

Research Nurse Manager

As part of our continued growth, The Medical Research Network is currently looking to recruit full time, permanent Research Nurse Managers to join our talented teams in both Milton Keynes and Skokie, IL.

As a Research Nurse Manager, you will provide the clinical knowledge and expertise required to enable MRN to deliver Home Trial Support (HTS) projects safely and effectively, in line with MRN, Client and regulatory requirements. In addition, you will be the clinical care lead for international projects and partner with the Sponsor/CRO to ensure the continual improvement of homecare processes.

Who are we looking for?

  • A qualified Nurse with at least 7 years nursing experience and have proven success in coordinating clinical teams.
  • Someone who has previously worked in either Homecare or Clinical Research with the ablility to demonstrate an in-depth understanding of nursing provision within the trial environment.
  • You will have the ability to plan and understand nursing and homecare processes and be familiar with ICH- GCP principles
  • Experience within a commercial organisation is highly desirable as is the ability to create and deliver training sessions in a confident and engaging manner
  • This is a busy role so the ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines is essential
  • Well-developed interpersonal skills and the ability to build positive and productive relationships is also a must.
  • A competent user of MS Office, MS Excel, Word and PowerPoint
  • A flexible, adaptable individual who is capable of lateral thinking

What we can offer you:

  • Competitive base salary
  • Annual discreationary bonus
  • Competitive pension sheme
  • Generous holidays
  • Health and life insurance plans
  • Fantastic opportunities for future career development
  • Diverse and inclusive environment

Responsibilities will include;

  • The creation of all nursing materials as defined in the project plan in-keeping with study specific protocols. 
  • Act as the clinical expert on home care for the named study, working with the Project Manager and nursing team to ensure clinical risk is identified and managed
  • Provide clinical advice and support to suppliers in the delivery of HTS services
  • Establish training programmes for nurses/phlebotomists for named HTS services
  • Devise and deliver the supplier, CRO and sponsor training programmes for named studies.
  • Assist with the identification and approval of HTS nurses on named studies.
  • Ensure that all relevant information regarding patients / clients is recorded, reported and, where necessary, acted upon to communicate any changes to the Investigator, MRN, sponsor, nursing supplier and other team members as appropriate.
  • Take the clinical lead for named studies on patient safety, which involves being the nominated point of contact for sites and HTS nurses when concern over a patient’s health status has been raised.
  • Assist the referring Investigators and hospitals in planning a smooth integration of patient management from the hospital with that in the home in line with the study protocols.
  • Establish and participate in quality assurance initiatives, including provision of clinical SOPs and supporting nursing team clinical supervision.
  • Coordinate and manage the national teams of nurses and nurse suppliers, plus his/her own daily workload.

If you feel you have the relevant skills and experience to be a success, please Apply Today!

 

Data Protection – Your Rights

Should you apply for a job opportunity at The MRN, we wish to inform you that it is our intention to retain the personal data provided by you for up to 2 years from the date it is received, at which point you will be asked to provide new consent. If you have any questions or concerns regarding our processes and how your personal data will be stored, please contact us for further reassurance.

Business Development, Account Manager - Chicago, Ilinois

Business Development Account Manager – Clinical Trials

The Medical Research Network (MRN) specialise in providing community-based clinical trials to patients across the globe and are now looking to recruit an experienced sales professional to join our talented and growing team in Skokie, IL.

To be considered for this role, you must be able to demonstrate the following:

  • A Degree in life science, pharmacy, nursing or equivalent relevant discipline
  • Significant sales experience from within clinical trials of driving both new sales opportunities and developing successful relationships within existing client accounts
  • Proven ability to influence and engage senior stakeholders both internally and externally
  • Strong experience of successfully managing and developing Key Accounts
  • Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written
  • A driven and solution focused approach to driving sales within a competitive and innovative arena
  • Formal sales training and familiarisation with Salesforce would be advantageous

As a Business Development Account Manager at MRN, you will be responsible for generating new business for the MRN from existing clients, ensuring all opportunities are successfully secured and customer retention remains high. You will manage a selection of Key Accounts, whilst maintaining and building relationships within all target organisations. You will also work in close partnership with the proposals team and other internal functions to generate new sales leads and ensure secured projects are effectively handed to the operational teams for successful delivery.

Why join us?

  • Competitive base salary
  • Attractive commission scheme
  • 401(k) plan with company match
  • Generous paid time off allowance
  • Paid company holidays
  • Health, dental, vision and life insurance plans
  • Fantastic opportunities for future career development
  • An inclusive and collaborative working culture
  • Flexible working initiatives

If you feel you have the relevant skills, experience and motivation to be a success, please Apply Today!

Data Protection – Your Rights
Should you apply for a job opportunity at The MRN, we wish to inform you that it is our intention to retain the personal data provided by you for up to 2 years from the date it is received, at which point you will be asked to provide new consent. If you have any questions or concerns regarding our processes and how your personal data will be stored, please contact us for further reassurance.

 

Training Administrator - Milton Keynes - UK

Training Administrator (Clinical Trials) - Milton Keynes

A full-time, permanent position offering a competitive salary and opportunities for progression!

Due to extensive growth, we are looking to further expand our Head Office team in Milton Keynes. As a Training Administrator, you perform a variety of administrative tasks for the Training Function within Corporate Services, primarily supporting our internal and external Learning Management Systems (LMS).

We are looking for an individual with:

  • A-level qualifications or equivalent
  • The ability to manage relationships both internally and externally and at all levels (colleagues, customers, contractors, suppliers etc).
  • A good level of proficiency with IT, using Microsoft Office applications in particular.
  • A familiarity with eLearning or LMS software is highly desirable as is an understanding of Articulate Software.
  • Excellent communication skills, both written and spoken.
  • You will be detail orientated, with a view to providing first-time high-quality output and can work independently and proactively.
  • Must be organised, work methodically and be able to multi-task. 
  • A high level of discretion, tact and diplomacy and have a calm and patient approach.

Key responsibilities include:

  • Facilitating LMS administration including creating events, courses and modules, responding to requests for learning, recording classroom training attendance and filing hard copies of training logs, collating and filing training evaluations.
  • Creation and maintenance of role specific training curricula for the functional groups.
  • Liaising with functional training specialists to ensure that curricula are accurate and reflective of their training requirements.
  • Collation of training and compliance metrics, preparing reports for auditors.
  • Liaising with HR and Line Managers to ensure that curricula are assigned to new starters and that the required training is scheduled during their induction.
  • Create records for new employees in the LMS and train them as part of their induction.

What we can offer you:

  • Competitive Basic Salary
  • Attractive Pension Scheme
  • Private Healthcare
  • A variety of discounts and additional benefits via PerkBox
  • Annual Bonus Scheme
  • Fantastic Opportunities for future career development!

If you feel you have the required skills and experience to be a success at The MRN, then please Apply Today!

Your Data

By applying for this opportunity, you are giving consent for us to retain your data for up to 2 years. Should you wish to access, amend or delete your personal data at any point, please contact kellie.bryant@themrn.co.uk detailing your request and our records will be amended as appropriate.

 

Training Director - Clinical Trials - Milton Keynes - UK

Training Director – Clinical Trials

The Medical Research Network (MRN) specialise in providing community-based clinical trials to patients across the globe and are now looking to recruit an experienced Training Director to join our Head Office team in Milton Keynes as we continue to grow rapidly.

To be considered for this role, you must be able to demonstrate the following:

  • Degree level qualification in a science-related discipline
  • Significant experience of designing and implementing a training strategy within the clinical trials arena
  • Thorough understanding of Good Clinical Practice (GCP) and Clinical Trial Methodology
  • Excellent communication skills with the ability to influence multi-functional teams across international boundaries
  • A proactive and creative approach to developing innovative employee development solutions
  • Excellent organisational, strategic planning and resource management skills
  • Line management experience with the ability to lead, motivate and develop successful teams

As a Training Director at MRN, you will be responsible for developing, leading and implementing a global MRN training and development strategy. As a senior member of the team, you will be required to collaborate across all areas of the business, proactively driving employee development through a variety of learning initiatives, underpinned by proven and established methodologies. This is a key role for MRN and we are looking for someone with the experience, drive and energy to ensure success!

Why join us?

  • An attractive basic salary and wider benefits package including;
  • Generous pension and holiday schemes
  • Annual bonus scheme
  • Wider benefits including life insurance, health insurance and Perkbox/Perkbox Medical
  • Flexible working initiatives
  • An inclusive and collaborative working culture
  • Fantastic opportunities for future growth and career progression

If you feel you have the relevant skills, experience and motivation to be a success, please Apply Today!

Data Protection – Your Rights

Should you apply for a job opportunity at The MRN, we wish to inform you that it is our intention to retain the personal data provided by you for up to 2 years from the date it is received, at which point you will be asked to provide new consent. If you have any questions or concerns regarding our processes and how your personal data will be stored, please contact us for further reassurance

 

Purchase Ledger & Payroll Administrator - Milton Keynes - UK

Purchase Ledger and Payroll Administrator – Milton Keynes

A full-time, permanent position offering a competitive salary and opportunities for career progression!

Due to extensive growth, we are looking to expand our Head Office team in Milton Keynes. As a Purchase Ledger & Payroll Administrator, you will work effectively to ensure purchase records are maintained and that the payroll data is well organized, accurate and adheres to internal procedures.

We are looking for an individual with:

  • Experience of working within a busy finance office with a focus on PL and Payroll
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • The confidence to work independently and as an effective member of a talented team
  • The ability to independently plan, organize, co-ordinate, manage and execute assigned tasks
  • Confident user of Microsoft Office applications and previous exposure to SAGE software would be an advantage.  

Key responsibilities include:

Payroll

  • Maintaining payroll information by collecting, calculating, and entering data for 4 MRN subsidiaries
  • Updating of payroll records by entering changes in exemptions, health insurance coverage, pension deductions, and job title and department/division transfers.
  • Providing payroll information for external services in UK, US, Spain and US and supporting employees by answering questions and requests
  • Resolving payroll discrepancies by collecting and analysing information
  • Identifying, investigating and resolving discrepancies in timesheet and payroll records
  • Liaising with HR Department to ensure all necessary changes are reflected on the payroll and coordinate flow of information between Finance and HR

Purchase Ledger

  • Collating and processing purchase invoices (for General Ledger and Study NPT COS), checking for accuracy and arranging sign off ready for input into SAGE.
  • Reviewing purchase invoices in-line with the relevant vendor costs and contractual agreements
  • Liaise with vendors to reconcile disputed invoices and arrange for credit notes to be issued accordingly.
  • Maintain e-mail box, General Ledger tracker and support spreadsheets: projects etc.
  • Reconcile Vendor’s statements on the monthly basis and keep all balances under control.

What we can offer you:

  • Competitive basic salary
  • 25 days annual leave
  • Attractive pension scheme
  • Private healthcare
  • A variety of discounts and additional benefits via PerkBox
  • Annual bonus scheme
  • Inclusive and progressive working environment
  • Fantastic opportunities for future career development!

If you feel you have the required skills and experience to be a success at The MRN, then please Apply Today!

Your Data

By applying for this opportunity, you are giving consent for us to retain your data for up to 2 years. Should you wish to access, amend or delete your personal data at any point, please contact kellie.bryant@themrn.co.uk detailing your request and our records will be amended as appropriate.

 

Project Manager - Milton Keynes

Project Manager – Milton Keynes

As part of our continued growth, The Medical Research Network is currently looking to recruit a full time, permanent, Project Manager to join our talented team in Milton Keynes.

As a Project Manager with the MRN you will successfully deliver complex home trial projects on time and within budget, and in accordance with international laws and guidelines.

Who are we looking for?

  • You must have strong experience to include sponsor/CRO, and or site clinical research exposure
  • Proven effectiveness in leading a cross functional teams
  • Proven experience in planning and delivering projects on time and to budget
  • Working knowledge of ICH GCP and appropriate regulatory laws and guidelines
  • Understanding of project financial management and be able to demonstrate commercial awareness
  • Ability to multi-task, problem solve and prioritise complex workload
  • Able to work with and present top line overview and in-depth detail of projects

Responsibilities will include;

  • Organising and leading internal project meetings to ensure projects run smoothly and any issues are raised, discussed and resolved effectively.
  • Attending and reporting progress to external project teams and clients, discussing customer plans and tracking information to ensure projects remain on track.
  • Reporting to VP Nursing & Operations ensuring plans are fully updated and accurate reports created.
  • Regular interaction with other internal groups for the provision of cost information, status of supplier contracts etc.

 

  • Why join us?
    • A competitive basic salary
    • Generous pension and holiday schemes
    • Wider benefits including life insurance, health insurance and Perkbox
    • An inclusive and collaborative working culture
    • Fantastic opportunities for future growth and career progression

If you feel you have the relevant skills and experience to be a success, please Apply Today!

Data Protection – Your Rights

Should you apply for a job opportunity at The MRN, we wish to inform you that it is our intention to retain the personal data provided by you for up to 2 years from the date it is received, at which point you will be asked to provide new consent. If you have any questions or concerns regarding our processes and how your personal data will be stored, please contact us for further reassurance.

Adult & Paediatric Nurses - Flexible Hours - UK Wide - North, South, East and West

 

Are you looking for interesting and flexible work to boost your monthly salary?

Location: Nationwide with immediate opportunities in the North East, Midlands, London and the South West

Hours: Variety of flexible working patterns available

The Medical Research Network is the leader in the innovative field of providing clinical trial treatment in a patient’s home. We work with nurses around the UK to administer study drug, collect safety bloods and conduct other clinical activities.

This is an excellent opportunity for experienced, highly motivated nurses to join a unique organisation and positively impact patients’ quality of life. Additionally, you will be working on ground-breaking trials, which can provide new and improved treatments.

We are currently recruiting registered Paediatric Nurses with at least two years’ experience who can demonstrate the following:

  • Experience as a Research Nurse is highly desirable
  • Experience in administration of intravenous therapies (Mandatory)
  • Cannulation and phlebotomy skills are essential
  • Experience in using Central Venous access Devices (Mandatory)
  • Knowledge of providing nursing in the community/home environment would be an advantage
  • Enthusiastic, positive attitude with great attention to detail.
  • Great organisational skills and ability to plan visit activities independently.
  • Excellent communication skills and the ability to complete complex data requirements.
  • Please note, you will be required to travel so a full driving licence and access to a vehicle is a must!

In return we can offer you:

  • Excellent rates of pay
  • Flexible working hours/shift patterns
  • Travel allowance/expenses
  • Training and continuing education (including ICH-GCP training if required)
  • Unique and varied clinical experiences

If you feel you have the skills, experience and attitude then please Apply Today for immediate consideration!

Data Protection – Your Rights

Should you apply for a job opportunity at The MRN, we wish to inform you that it is our intention to retain the personal data provided by you for up to 2 years from the date it is received, at which point you will be asked to provide new consent. If you have any questions or concerns regarding our processes and how your personal data will be stored, please contact us for further reassurance

Home Trials Research Nurses - USA , Various Locations including Seattle, Chicago and New York

Are you looking for a flexible opportunity to enhance your monthly income?

The Medical Research Network is the leader in the innovative field of providing clinical trial treatment in a patient’s home. We work with nurses around globe to administer study drugs, collect safety bloods and conduct other clinical activities.

This is an excellent opportunity for experienced, highly motivated nurses to join a unique organisation and positively impact patients’ quality of life. Additionally, you will be working on ground-breaking trials, which can provide new and improved treatments.

We are currently recruiting registered Paediatric and Adult Nurses with at least two years’ experience who can demonstrate the following:

  • Experience as a Research Nurse is highly desirable
  • Experience in administration of intravenous therapies (Mandatory)
  • Cannulation and phlebotomy skills (Mandatory)
  • Experience in using Central Venous access Devices (Mandatory)
  • Knowledge of providing nursing in the community/home environment would be an advantage
  • Enthusiastic, positive attitude with great attention to detail.
  • Great organisational skills and ability to plan visit activities independently.
  • Excellent communication skills and the ability to complete complex data requirements.
  • Please note, you will be required to travel so a driving licence and access to a vehicle is essential!

In return we can offer you:

  • Excellent rates of pay
  • Flexible working hours/shift patterns
  • Travel allowance/expenses
  • Training and continuing education (including ICH-GCP training if required)
  • Unique and varied clinical experiences

If you feel you have the skills, experience and attitude to be a success, then please Apply Today for immediate consideration!

Data Protection – Your Rights

Should you apply for a job opportunity at The MRN, we wish to inform you that it is our intention to retain the personal data provided by you for up to 2 years from the date it is received, at which point you will be asked to provide new consent. If you have any questions or concerns regarding our processes and how your personal data will be stored, please contact us for further reassurance

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