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Job Locations UK-London
hVIVO would ike to recruit a Phlebotomist to work with the FluCamp Team at our site in Whitechapel, East London.   If you have exceptional customer service skills, a healthcare background and are interested in learning more about clinical trials, this is a fantastic opportunity to join our dynamic FluCamp team.   hVIVO conducts human challenge clinical trials. The end goal of our work is to potentially eradicate common illnesses like the common cold and flu completely – or at least make treatment of them as easy and effective as possible. Our volunteers are central to the work that we do. Our studies focus on testing new treatments on real people, in a safe, controlled, clinical environment.   The Phlebotomist role is to effectively assess volunteer’s venous access and correctly use phlebotomy methods in accordance with current regulatory requirements i.e. ICH-GCP. They will work collaboratively with the nursing team to meet the needs of volunteers and support the delivery of policy and procedures.   The role is offered on a zero hours contract but we currently require a commitment to full time hours Monday-Friday, shifts will vary within 0800-1800 Initially. The hourly rate for this role is £15/hour and you will be employed via a third party agency.
ID
2022-2611
Job Locations UK-London
hVIVO are currently seeking a Clinical Study Administrator (CSA) to maintain and co‑ordinate the logistical and documentational aspects of all hVIVO projects.   hVIVO conducts human challenge clinical trials. The end goal of our clinical trials is to potentially eradicate common illnesses like the common cold and flu completely – or at least make treatment of them as easy and effective as possible. Volunteers are central to the work that we do. Our studies focus on testing new treatments on real people, in a safe, controlled, clinical environment.   The CSA will act as a pivotal point of contact for the clinical study team, assist the Clinical Study Leads, Nurses and Principal Investigators in co-ordinating and conducting clinical studies and trials ensuring quality, consistency, timeliness, accuracy and patient safety.
ID
2022-2609
Job Locations UK-London
This is an excellent opportunity to join the the FluCamp Admin team based at our site in Whitechapel.   The Clinic Administrator will provide essential administrative support to the multidisciplinary team within the screening clinic and quarantine unit, and for managing the volunteer journey admission and discharge.   hVIVO conducts human challenge clinical trials. The end goal of our clinical trials is to potentially eradicate common illnesses like the common cold and flu completely – or at least make treatment of them as easy and effective as possible. Volunteers are central to the work that we do. Our studies focus on testing new treatments on real people, in a safe, controlled, clinical environment.   This is a Bank position paying £11/houur. We currently require acommitment to full time availability. Shifts will range from 0830 - 1800 with the potential some occasional weekend work.   You will be employed via a third party agency and not directly with hVIVO.
ID
2022-2608
Job Locations UK-Manchester
hVIVO are currently seeking a Laboratory Technician to join the Laboratory team at our site in Manchester.   The Laboratory Technician performs processing, storage and transport of subject’s samples according to Good Clinical Practice (GCP). They also provide technical support to the wider team at hVIVO  to ensure effective laboratory operations with a prime focus on quality   hVIVO conducts human challenge clinical trials. The end goal of our clinical trials is to potentially eradicate common illnesses like the common cold and flu completely – or at least make treatment of them as easy and effective as possible. Subjects are central to the work that we do. Our studies focus on testing new treatments on humans, in a safe, controlled, clinical environment.   The offer is for casual hours on zero hours contract via a third party agency. We are likely to be able to offer around 4/5 hours per day Monday-friday. The pay rate is £11/hour.
ID
2022-2607
Job Locations UK-Manchester
hVIVO are currently seeking Bank Study Physician for our team in our new screening site in Manchester.   hVIVO is pioneering a human-based clinical trial platform to accelerate drug and vaccine development in respiratory and infectious diseases. Leveraging human disease models in flu, RSV, HRV and respiratory indications, the hVIVO platform captures disease in motion, illuminating the entire disease life cycle from healthy to sick and back to health.  Our vision remains to become the partner of choice for companies developing products in airways disease that are seeking to gain early proof of concept around the effectiveness of their products and identify the ideal patient profile for later stage clinical development.  hVIVO has established itself as the world leader in human challenge models   You will provide screening and assessment of subjects throughout their participation in the clinical trial screening process ensuring all assessments and procedures are carried out and documented  in accordance with ICH GCP.   We currently require a commitment for around 20-30 hours per week Monday Friday 0900-1700.   Some travel to our London sites may be required for the initial months of training
ID
2022-2606
Job Locations UK-London
If you have exceptional customer service skills, a healthcare background and are interested in learning more about clinical trials, this is a fantastic opportunity to join our FluCamp team as Clinical Support Specialist at our site in London, E1.   hVIVO conducts human challenge clinical trials. The end goal of our clinical trials is to potentially eradicate common illnesses like the common cold and flu completely – or at least make treatment of them as easy and effective as possible. Volunteers are central to the work that we do. Our studies focus on testing new treatments on real people, in a safe, controlled, clinical environment.   As a Clinical Support Specialist you will perform clinical assessments taking vital signs, ECG’s, venepuncture & spirometry as well as sample and data collections all in accordance with current regulatory requirements, promoting the wellbeing of the volunteer and supporting them throughout participation in the study.   You will provide support and work collaboratively with the team in daily activities within volunteer screening clinic.   We currently require a commitment to full time hours. We are a 24/7 operation and shifts available are Mon-Sun, day & night shifts. Flexibility is important. The role will be offered on a zero hours contract at £11. You will be employed via a third party agency.
ID
2022-2604
Job Locations UK-Manchester
This is an exciting opportunity for a Research Nurse to join our team at our Manchester FluCamp screening site. As a Research Nurse you will support the screening centre with day to day planning and execution of a clinical study screening.    hVIVO conducts human challenge studies offering services to both pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies using a range of different clinical trial methodologies across differing viral challenges. The end goal of our clinical trials is to potentially eradicate common illnesses like the common cold and flu completely – or at least make treatment of them as easy and effective as possible. Volunteers are central to the work that we do. Our studies focus on testing new treatments on real people, in a safe, controlled, clinical environment.   As a Research Nurse you will perform clinical assessments taking vital signs, ECG’s, venepuncture & spirometry as well as sample and data collections all in accordance with current regulatory requirements i.e. ICH-GCP. Promoting the wellbeing of the volunteer and supporting them throughout participation in the study.   We currently require reliable Bank staff with full-time availability Monday-Friday.
ID
2022-2602
Job Locations UK-London
hVIVO is pioneering a human-based clinical trial platform to accelerate drug and vaccine development in respiratory and infectious diseases. Leveraging human disease models in flu, RSV, HRV and respiratory indications, the hVIVO platform captures disease in motion, illuminating the entire disease life cycle from healthy to sick and back to health.  Our vision remains to become the partner of choice for companies developing products in airways disease that are seeking to gain early proof of concept around the effectiveness of their products and identify the ideal patient profile for later stage clinical development.  hVIVO has established itself as the world leader in human challenge models We are currently recruiting for a number of Bank Study Physicians for our team in London. You will provide screening and assessment of subjects throughout their participation in the clinical trial process ensuring all assessments and procedures are carried out and documented within the protocol requirements/SOP/OIs and according to ICH GCP, other statutory instruments and GMC requirements. Please note, hVIVO works with a range of respiratory viruses as part of our day to day operation, including Covid-19. Your suitability will be part of the interview process from a health and safety perspective and it is recommended you consider your own health and those of family members (clinically vulnerable and shielding) when considering to apply for this role.  
ID
2022-2601
Job Locations NL
Venn Life Sciences is an Integrated Drug Development Partner offering a unique combination of drug development expertise and clinical trial design and management. This enables us to create, plan and execute drug and medical device development programs effectively and seamlessly for our clients. We have dedicated operations in Ireland, France, the Netherlands, the UK, the US, and Europe-wide representation.   "Our vision is to deliver results of the highest quality to our global sponsors on time and within budget. We do this through developing our staff to be world class in their fields and forming real, lasting relationships with our clients."   You are part of a team of Scientific Monitors, who support the our clients drug development programs by setting up and monitoring external biomarker analysis supporting clinical studies for  drug development. Your contribution is essential to achieve a comprehensive, high-quality biomarker data set, useful to generate new information about the drug concept and drug activity and finally to support data driven decision making in clinical projects.   Furthermore, you contribute to the overall adherence to the quality and compliance with regards to outsourced biomarker analysis.
ID
2022-2600
Job Locations UK-London
Corporate Paralegal We are currently looking for a corporate paralegal to add to our team based in London head office.     Open Orphan is a rapidly growing niche CRO pharmaceutical services company which is a world leader in the testing of vaccines and antivirals through the use of human challenge clinical trials. Open Orphan comprises of two commercial specialist CRO services businesses; hVIVO and Venn Life Sciences and has offices in London, Dublin, Paris, and the Netherlands. Open Orphan is led by a management team with deep industry and financial experience.   The candidate will need to possess experience as a corporate paralegal in a fast-paced environment with a qualification in Law and solid business acumen. The role will take instructions direcly from any of the department heads / line managers in the London Office.  
ID
2022-2599
Job Locations UK-London
HVIVO is part of the Open Orphan Group of companies, which is expaninding rapidly in 2022. hVIVO is a leader in the human challenge model of clinical trials and requires to add best in class scientists, medical and professionals staff across all aspects of clinical trials.     Internal Recruitment Consultant / In-House Recruiter / Talent Acquisition Specialist who has good resourcing, negotiating and candidate management skills is required for a leading Clinical Research Organisation based in East London. Ideal candidates will have experience recruiting within the Life Science / Biotech industry.   Working as the Internal Recruitment Consultant /  Talent Acquisition Specialist you will network and, building up a pipeline of available candidates to use when needed. This is an in-house role and you will be working directly for the company to ensure they are always fully staffed. This is a great opportunity for the right person to get into this exciting and fast moving company and develop their career.   It’s a great fun team and this is a great opportunity to come inhouse in this fast moving company,
ID
2022-2598
Job Locations UK-London
Are you a Clinical Nurse Manager with demonstrated experience of running a clinic or ward? If so we want to hear from you…   We are a world-leading life sciences company dedicated to the study of the Human Challenge Model (HCM), an extensive scientific analysis of how viruses and other illnesses behave in the human body. At hVIVO, our approach is radically simple. We develop human models of disease that enable organisations to discover better drugs and diagnostics and accelerate new product development, whilst shortening time to market.   The Clinical Nurse Manager has direct responsibility for the management of the clinical staff and peripheral clinical operations of the unit.   This role plays a key role provision of cost-effective research nursing services, including assisting the Leadership Team with implementation of an infrastructure for the day to day planning and execution of a clinical study from screening to final study visit.
ID
2022-2597
Job Locations UK-London
We would like to recruit a Project Data Manager to work in our site in Whitechapel, E1.   hVIVO is a dynamic and pioneering global player in the pharmaceutical early phase research sector. We conduct human challenge studies offering services to both pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies using a range of different clinical trial methodologies. The end goal of our clinical trials is to potentially eradicate common illnesses like the common cold and flu completely – or at least make treatment of them as easy and effective as possible.   Our studies focus on testing new treatments on real people, in a safe, controlled, clinical environment.   The Project Data Manager will oversee and manage projects and clinical trial data from design of the study through to final delivery of clinical datasets within the Data function.   They will act as the primary Data Management Lead for assigned projects ensuring that clinical studies are carried out by hVIVO in accordance with the executed contract, ICH GCP and other relevant regulations and guidelines and the customer’s expectations, taking responsibility for resourcing and scheduling of assigned studies.   The anticipated start date for this role will be June 20222
ID
2022-2594
Job Locations UK-LND
hVIVO are seeking a Laboratory Technician to join the Laboratory team at our site in Whitechapel, E1.   The Laboratory Technician performs processing, storage and transport of subject’s samples according to Good Clinical Practice (GCP) standards and provides technical support to the wider team at hVIVO sites to ensure effective laboratory operation with a prime focus on quality in everything they do.   hVIVO conducts human challenge clinical trials. The end goal of our clinical trials is to potentially eradicate common illnesses like the common cold and flu completely – or at least make treatment of them as easy and effective as possible. Volunteers are central to the work that we do. Our studies focus on testing new treatments on real people, in a safe, controlled, clinical environment.   The offer is for casual hours on zero hours contract via a third party agency. The pay rate is £11/hour.
ID
2022-2593
Job Locations UK-London
hVIVO are seeking a Research Assistant to join the Development Team at our site in London, E1. The Research Assistant (RA) will be responsible for the support of internal and external studies and in the development and validation of new methodologies and reagents for subsequent utilisation.   The Development team are responsible for the development and validation of molecular, virology and immunology assays in line with hVIVO corporate objectives and priorities.   hVIVO is a dynamic and pioneering global player in the pharmaceutical early phase research sector, and has been recently developing a strong discovery (research and development) focus to investigate human disease to help find better treatments, faster.  We are always interested to hear from similarly dynamic and pioneering individuals who share our vision to better understand the more precise nature of human disease and to really make a difference.
ID
2022-2592
Job Locations UK-London
We are currently looking for an significantly experienced Senior Research Scientist (SRS) with a Virology, Immunology or Biomedical background to join our laboratory division.  Experience working to GCP and MHRA standards in a clinical trial environment, as well as project management experience are also key to this role.     The hVIVO Laboratory function undertakes sample processing and analysis for all clinical trials conducted at hVIVO.  The Laboratory team has a diverse work stream including internal studies, clinical trials and standalone projects.  The laboratory team also performs bespoke assay development and validation work and collaborates with strategic partners. The SRS position requires understanding and experience in a range of practical techniques such as Qualitative and Quantitative PCR, cell infectivity, neutralising antibody, serology assays, and multiplex viral detection assays.    The position has 2 overarching focuses: Leading the analytical stage of clinical trial; and acting as a technical Subject Matter Expert (SME) in the scientific discipline.  The role involves being the laboratory point of contact for clinical trial clients, supervising junior members of staff in a matrix management structure, and taking ownership of study data, making sure it is delivered to GCP standards and within the agreed timelines. The SRS has significant growth opportunities by acting as a SME in their technical area and in project management.   The ability to work independently with minimal supervision is key. Exceptional interpersonal and communication skills are also critical to the role.  The SRS will be expected to not only perform day to day tasks effectively, but also to think strategically when it comes to delivery of their assigned project.   The ideal candidate will have a virology, immunology or biomedical background. They will be experienced in working to GCP as part of a CRO or pharmaceutical company (minimum 6 years’ experience).  They will be degree or PhD educated and have hands on experience of key virology techniques including tissue culture, cell-based infectivity assays and qPCR.  They will have experience working in a matrix management structure leading project teams and delivering quality data in a time pressured environment.  The candidate will be a team player that works well under pressure and can motivate others.  Flexibility with working patterns may be required to suit the needs of the business.    
ID
2022-2589
Job Locations UK-London
We are currently looking for a Research Assistant (RA) to join our laboratory team.  The RA role is a key role within lab operations assisting in the delivery of clinical trials for internal and external clients.  This is a lab based role processing samples, performing assays and data analysis.  The hVIVO Lab function supports the delivery of clinical trials for external and internal clients by performing sample processing and analytical techniques including Qualitative and Quantitative PCR, cell infectivity, neutralising antibody and serology assays, and multiplex viral detection assays.  This is done for clinical trials performed at hVIVO and for external trials.  The Lab also perform bespoke assay development and validation work and collaborates with strategic partners. The Research Assistant  will work as part of our laboratory operations team supporting the delivery of clinical trials.  The main focus of the roles is sample processing and management, performing lab based assays, data analysis and transformation ready for reporting.  The role involves working to a flexible shift pattern including working evenings and weekend as required to deliver the operational plan. As the successful candidate progresses they will then shadow a Research assistant and deputise as the Study Lead for a given clinical trial.  The ideal candidate will have a virology/ biomedical back ground working to GCP as part of a CRO or pharmaceutical company.  They will be degree educated and have hands on experiences of key virology techniques including tissue culture, cell based infectivity assays and qPCR.  Be a proactive individual with a desire to learn and progress in a GCP environment.  Be flexible with working patterns to suit the needs of the business.    
ID
2022-2588
Job Locations NL
Venn Life Sciences is an Integrated Drug Development Partner offering a unique combination of drug development expertise and clinical trial design and management. This enables us to create, plan and execute drug and medical device development programs effectively and seamlessly for our clients. We have dedicated operations in Ireland, France, the Netherlands, the UK, the US, and Europe-wide representation.   "Our vision is to deliver results of the highest quality to our global sponsors on time and within budget. We do this through developing our staff to be world class in their fields and forming real, lasting relationships with our clients."   We are currently looking for a Consultant Clinical Pharmacokinetics to join Clinical Development Team based in our office in Breda, Netherlands. Reporting to the Group Leader Clinical Consultancy, the successful candidate will be responsible for providing expertise regarding the design, initiation and coordination of the Clinical Pharmacokinetic elements of the study or part of a project in a timely manner with high quality awareness  If you are seeking a rewarding and challenging career this could be the perfect opportunity for you.
ID
2022-2587
Job Locations UK-London
hVIVO are currently looking for an Equipment Assistant to support our Laboratory & Clinical teams at our site in Whitechapel E1.    hVIVO conducts human challenge studies offering services to both pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies using a range of different clinical trials. The end goal of our clinical trials is to potentially eradicate common illnesses like the common cold and flu completely – or at least make treatment of them as easy and effective as possible. Volunteers are central to the work that we do. Our studies focus on testing new treatments on real people, in a safe, controlled, clinical environment.   The Equipment Assistant will provide technical support to enable the Laboratory and Clinical Equipment to function effectively assisting in the maintenance of the equipment operations by performing training and cleaning all equipment whilst adhering to GCP, SOP’s and health and safety guidelines.   Working hours are 5 hours per day Monday-Friday. You will be employed via a third party agency and not directly with hVIVO.
ID
2022-2586
Job Locations UK-London
We are currently looking for a proactive and experienced Research Scientist (RS) to join our laboratory team at our site in London, E1. The RS position is a key role within lab operations and is critical in assisting in the delivery of clinical trials.    The hVIVO Laboratory function undertakes the sample processing and analysis for all clinical trials conducted at hVIVO.  The RS position exposes applicants to a range of practical techniques including Qualitative and Quantitative PCR, cell infectivity, neutralising antibody, serology assays and multiplex viral detection assays.  The laboratory division has a diverse work stream including internal studies, clinical trials and standalone projects.  The laboratory division also performs bespoke assay development and validation work and collaborates with strategic partners.   The RS will work as part of our Laboratory Operations Department supporting the delivery of clinical trials.  The wider team includes individuals with a wide range of experience including Research Assistants, specialists in specific areas and Senior Virologists.     The RS role is a lab focused position with room to develop and refine practical laboratory skills. The day to day work includes processing samples, performing assays and analysing data. The role offers significant growth as the position also requires leading projects (internal and external) by acting as Study Lead (SL). The SL is responsible for the smooth day to day running of the analytical phase of clinical trials performed at hVIVO, working under the guidance of a senior scientist.  This gives applicants exposure to the responsibility and skills required for future project management positions. The SL role includes study resource management, matrix management of colleagues, and responsibility for data review and quality, sample logistics, document writing and delivery of training.   The role involves working to a flexible shift pattern including working evenings and weekend as required to deliver the operational plan.   The ideal candidate will have a virology/biomedical background, and have experience working to GCP / GLP as part of a CRO or pharmaceutical company.  They will be degree educated or above and have hands-on experience of key virology techniques including tissue culture, cell-based infectivity assays and qPCR.  They will be a proactive individual with a desire to learn and progress in a GCP environment.  The candidate will be flexible with working patterns to suit the needs of the business.    
ID
2022-2585

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