Science 37’s Nursing Solutions Group brings together expert nurses who share a passion for organizing, planning and implementing mobile clinical nurse services to participants in clinical trials. Science 37’s extraordinary work environment allows continuous collaboration between clinicians, clinical researchers, patient recruitment specialists, data managers and technology developers. The Nursing Solutions Group is involved throughout the trial life cycle, from protocol development and feasibility analysis to clinical trial implementation and closeout.

The Per Diem Mobile Research Nurse is a Registered Nurse who will work per diem and has experience across multiple therapeutic areas with the ability to work independently and integrate well with the Nursing Solutions Group. With interest/expertise in Science 37’s decentralized model of care delivery, the Mobile Research Nurse will perform delivery of care to participants as well as collaborate with brick and mortar sites, if indicated, for shared clinical trial implementation. The Mobile Research Nurse ensures the professional delivery of patient care in compliance with all federal and state regulations, Good Clinical Practice, and Standard Operating Procedures. 

*This is a travel role that requires on-site visits to participants homes.

Duties for this position include but are not limited to:

  1. Participate and provide research nurse services to qualified study participants at home
  2. Apply clinical research and nursing practices to develop solutions to complex problems
  3. Collaborate with Lead and Per Diem Mobile Research Nurses on solutioning, education, and resource support
  4. Participate in activities that will further the operational development of Science 37 nursing service delivery
  5. Develop relationships with study team members and serve as the subject matter expert (SME) on all nursing processes
  6. Other duties as assigned as the needs of Science 37 evolve and change

This position has the following qualifications:

  1. BSN degree preferred
  2. Full Vaccination Required subject to applicable law: All Science 37 personnel who interact in person with trial participants must be fully
    vaccinated against COVID-19.“Fully vaccinated” means having received both doses of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines or the single-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
  3. Active RN licensure in home state as well as eligibility for Compact Licensure required
  4. Minimum 2+ years clinical/research experience preferred
  5. Basic Life Support (BLS) Certification
  6. Maintain a positive reflection of the company by representation in participant’s homes or in clinic settings
  7. Travel and availability qualifications are as follows:
    1. 1-2 days minimum a week dedicated to support Science 37's study visits
    2. Must be willing to travel to a participants homes 
    3. Active Driver’s License

Science 37 is looking for people with the following skills and competencies:

  1. BSN degree preferred
  2. Active RN licensure in home state as well as eligibility for Compact Licensure required
  3. Minimum 2+ years clinical/research experience preferred
  4. Basic Life Support (BLS) Certification
  5. Active Driver’s License
  6. Maintain a positive reflection of the company by representation in participant’s homes or in clinic settings
  7. Up to 100% travel, as needed, for study participant visits, project team meetings, and other professional meetings/conferences as needed
  8. Ability to obtain nursing license in multiple states based on study needs
  9. Physical ability to perform nursing tasks and lift equipment up to 15 kg in weight
  10. Access to a reliable vehicle to perform study participant visits and transport equipment
  11. Ability to drive to local and/or remote locations to perform study participant visits
  12. Ability to use technology effectively and appropriately for study participant assessments and documentation including but not limited to study participant care equipment, laptop computers, communication devices and tablets
  13. Ability to communicate in English (both verbal and written)
  14. Ability to work nights and/or weekends

There is minimal supervision for this position, with individuals reporting to the Manager, Nursing Solutions Group.

Compensation varies based on location and work being performed. The starting pay range for a candidate selected for this position is generally within the range of $50-55 per hour. Employees may be eligible for additional discretionary bonuses and commissions. The successful candidate’s actual pay will also be based on qualifications and experience, so the actual starting pay may be above or below this range.

Science 37 is an equal opportunity employer.  

We are committed to creating a diverse environment and is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants receive consideration for employment without regard to age, race, ethnicity (including but not limited to hair texture and protected hairstyles), ancestry, color, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, gender expression, transgender status, religious creed, physical or mental disability (including actual or perceived disability), medical condition (including HIV/AIDS), pregnancy, perceived pregnancy and pregnancy related conditions, genetic information, marital status, political affiliation or activities, status as a victim of domestic violence, assault, or stalking, veteran status or participation in the uniformed military services of the United States, including the National Guard, or any other basis prohibited by applicable law.

Science 37 values the well-being of its employees and aims to provide team members with everything they need to succeed. 

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