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Why Join Us?

At Illingworth Research we believe our people are our greatest asset and are passionate about career development. We run an active recruitment program and our comprehensive packages, training and opportunities for future development are designed to attract the best talent in the industry.

We feel we offer a unique clinical research environment through our offering of Research Nursing and Medical Photography services alongside CRO services. Thus, making a great working atmosphere for individuals seeking a new challenge.

Learn More About Working for Illingworth

If you would like to find out more please see our Week in the Life series which aims to highlight roles within our CRO, Research Nursing and photography services. Our aim is to offer challenging and exciting career opportunties whilst also supporting personal career development. Illingworth appreciates our niche services are perhaps a little different to some more traditional clinical roles and hence we are more than happy to answer any questions you may have regarding our opportunities... a role needs to be right for you!

 

Current Vacancies

Our Latest Career Opportunities

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Clinical Project Manager

We don’t have a current vacancy we will have new openings in 2019.

Illingworth Research is looking to hire enthusiastic and motivated PMs to join their growing team, to manage and monitor their clinical trials. Illingworth Research is an expanding Clinical Research Organisation serving the pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device industries in the UK, Europe and the USA. This is an exciting opportunity to join a family run and owned CRO with an exceptionally strong team who deliver what the sponsors tell us they need: high calibre people, flexibility, quality and highly motivated, high performing teams.
The positions will involve undertaking a variety of tasks, including the following core responsibilities :
  • Management of study budgets and timelines, liasing with trial staff regularly and knowledge of approval times.
  • Contribution of trial related documents and ability to maintain an excellent client relationship.
  • To manage the contracts and completion of budget requirments for all sites.
  • Co-ordinate completion of all regulatory and ethics approvals.
  • Oversee maintenance of the TMF/eTMF
  • Provide non-project report in the development of new procedures and request for proposals (possibly attend bid defence meetings).
To succeed in this role you will need the following skills/experience:
  • Degree or equivilant experience within science/medical field. Minimum 18month to 2 years clinical trial experience demonstrated through GCP.
  • Good organisational, analytical and communication skills.
  • Ability to prioritise multiple tasks.
  • Excellent knowledge of the appropaite computer systems.
Clinical Research Associate's (CRA's)

We don’t have a current vacancy we will have new openings in 2019.

Illingworth Research is looking to hire enthusiastic and motivated CRAs to join their growing team, to manage and monitor their clinical trials. Illingworth Research is an expanding Clinical Research Organisation serving the pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device industries in the UK, Europe and the USA. This is an exciting opportunity to join a family run and owned CRO with an exceptionally strong team who deliver what the sponsors tell us they need: high calibre people, flexibility, quality and highly motivated, high performing teams.
The positions will involve undertaking a variety of tasks, including the following core responsibilities :
  • Monitoring all aspects of clinical trials and participating in all types of site visits ensuring adherence to Good Clinical Practice, investigator integrity and compliance with all study procedures.
  • Performing management of study activities to ensure integrity of clinical data, in adherence to all applicable regulatory requirements.
  • Data handling, reporting, tracking and administrative tasks.
  • Taking an active role in the project team by providing feedback and suggestions for successful completion of the project.
  • Coaching and mentoring less experienced CRAs to assist in their development and training.
To succeed in this role you will need the following skills/experience:
  • You will have excellent communication and interpersonal skills and will have the qualities of a good team player and astrong sense of responsibility.
  • For the Senior CRA position, you will haveover two years’ monitoring experience and a good working knowledge of ICH-GCP and relevant SOPs.
  • You must hold an undergraduate degree in a clinical, science, health related or nursing qualification or equivalent combination of education, training and experience.
  • Preferably with Phase I experience but not essential.
Clinical Trial Administrator's (CTA's)

To work proactively to administer, maintain and co-ordinate the logistical and administrative aspects of clinical trials according to Client Companies/Illingworth Research Group Limited and associated companies Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), ICH GCP guidelines, and all applicable regulatory requirements. To act as a point of contact for the clinical trial team and client companies.

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:

  • Minimum of 3 years’ clerical/administrative experience, with an understanding of medical terminology/ICH GCP guidelines and applicable regulatory requirements.
  • Good knowledge of computer systems, including Microsoft Office.
  • Willing to develop further IT skills and clinical trial knowledge.
  • Good written and verbal communication skills.
  • Excellent organisational and interpersonal skills.
  • Must be flexible, have attention to detail and able to work on own or as part of a team.
  • Excellent time management and prioritisation skills.
Research Nurse Recruiter

We are currently looking for a full time permanent Research Nurse Recruiter to join our head office team.

Role Objective:

To support the Associate Director of Research Nursing and other staff in the Research Nursing Division, in dealing with all aspects of the division's research nurse recruitment, administrative and human resources requirements, liasing with clients, external sites, Illingworth Research Group bank nurses and internal staff.

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:

  • Previous administrative experience desirable.
  • Good knowledge of computer systems, including Microsoft Office - outlook, word, excel and sharepoint.
  • Willing to develop further IT skills and clinical trial knowledge.
  • Good written and verbal communication skills.
  • Excellent organisational and interpersonal skills.
  • Must be flexible, personable, have attention to detail and able to work on own or as part of a team.
  • Excellent time management and prioritisation skills.
Project Accountant

We are currently looking for a full time permanent Project Accountant to join our head office team.

Role Objective:

The main purpose of the Project Accountant role is to support finance and project managers on the financial management and performance of project portfolios. Weekly and monthly end reporting of projects, budgeting and forecasting, and actively contributing to the improvements in the quality of project accounting and reporting will be key features of the role. You will act as one of the key point of contact for all related finance enquiries.

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:

  1. Minimum of 2 years’ experience as a Project Accountant
  2. Understanding of accounting principles
  3. Good knowledge of computer systems, including Microsoft Office.
  4. Excellent excel skills
  5. Good written and verbal communication skills.
  6. Must be flexible, have attention to detail and able to work on own or as part of a team
  7. Good relationship management skills with finance and non-finance colleagues
  8. Self-motivated and proactive, demonstrates initiative
  9. Good organisational and time management skills, with the ability to prioritise appropriately to work to tight deadlines
  10. Training will be given where required
QA Associate

Key responsibilities:

To support the QA Manager in management of the Quality Management System (QMS) by:

  • Facilitating development of quality documents (SOPs, policies)
  • Supporting internal, external audits and regulatory inspections and implementation of post-audit actions
  • Logging and tracking non-conformances, change controls and resulting actions
  • Maintaining metrics for all above.

Pre-requisites:

  • At least 1 year experience working with any quality system or 1 year experience in clinical research or quality control;
  • Knowledge of ICH GCP and clinical research regulatory landscape (preferred);
  • Expert use of all standard MS Office applications.
Research Nurses - UK & Australia

Illingworth Research Group are looking to recruit research nurses from all backgrounds who are interested in exciting and diverse full or part time role in research.

The role will involve nurses working as part of a wider team to visit patients at sites or in the homecare setting, ensuring their safety whilst carrying out study-related procedures. All candidates must possess a nursing qualification, be NMC registered and have good venepuncture skills. GCP preferable, but not essential.

A reasonable level of computer literacy with a strong sense of responsibility. Candidates should also have excellent planning and communication skills. Illingworth Research Group have many ongoing and new projects taking place throughout the UK and Australia. Candidates can be based anywhere but must be willing to travel. We are particularly keen to hear from research nurses in the London area and Ireland where we have a high number of ongoing projects.

Illingworth Research Group offer competitive rates of pay and fantastic team support, as well as great development and training opportunities.

Bank Research Nurses - UK, Europe & Australia

Illingworth Research Group are looking to recruit research nurses from all backgrounds who are interested in exciting and diverse part time role in research.

The role will involve nurses working as part of a wider team to visit patients at sites or in the homecare setting, ensuring their safety whilst carrying out study-related procedures. All candidates must possess a nursing qualification, be NMC registered and have good venepuncture skills. GCP preferable, but not essential.

Illingworth Research Group are continually recruiting for additional bank research nurses throughout the UK, Australia & Europe. If you have research or paediatric experience and good venepuncture & IT skills, we would like to hear from you.
Illingworth Research Group offer competitive rates of pay and fantastic team support, as well as great development and training opportunities.

If you would like additional information about any of the above roles please email careers@illingworthresearch.com.