MS Nurse - South East of England

MS Nurse – Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire, Essex, Suffolk and Norfolk

Quintiles has been delivering nurse programmes in the UK for 30 years, providing opportunities for Nurses looking for new careers or job opportunities. In this time we have worked with every major pharmaceutical company and latterly the NHS directly across a variety of disease areas, all the key long term conditions and have delivered over 150 programmes of varying sizes.

We currently have a specialist opportunity for an experienced MS Nurse to work in and around the South East to work and assist with the management and development of services for people with Multiple Sclerosis. We are looking for a registered nurse with a background in MS who enjoys utilising their expertise, managing own workload, and brings great organisational and interpersonal skills to a dedicated role.

In return for your dedication, you will receive an excellent benefits package, long term career opportunities and continuous professional development with a global employer- putting people at the heart of its business.


Voted in top 15 Great Places to Work UK

Ranked in top 25 Best Place to Work Global Awards

Investors in People Gold Standard

No.1 CSO of choice for 13 consecutive years

Britain’s Healthiest Company 2013 & 2014

Fortune 500 Company


  • Excellent Salary & Company Car
  • Life Assurance, Pension & Private Health Insurance
  • Additional Voluntary Benefits available including:

o Health Insurance (Dental, Health Screen and Optical)

o Health Clubs and Gym Discounts

o Childcare Vouchers

o Give As You Earn

Please visit www.quintiles.co.uk/careers to apply.

For additional support with your online application please call our Talent Management Team on 0118 4501550.

We also welcome applications for alternative territories and roles e.g.

Pharmaceutical Sales Representatives, Secondary Care Representatives, Key Account Managers, Market Access Specialists and MSLs, at any time.

Skills & Experience Required:

Self-starter and quick learner from scientific, clinical or healthcare background ideally specialist Nurse or PHD

Excellent interpersonal skills, able to deliver presentations and educational sessions with impact and seen as true peer

Clinical expertise on the management of long term conditions, MS or Neurology advantageous

Strong planning and organisational skills able to work autonomously

Ideally experienced delivering new initiatives and managing projects

Able to manage day to day activity associated with patient support programmes including Governance plan.

Keeps ahead of advances in clinical utilisation of e.g. MS medicines

Solutions orientated, credible relationship builder

Delivers expert support, advice to MS Healthcare Community.

Flexible to travel across the UK

Full EU Driving licence (no more than 6 points)

Eligible to work full-time in the UK

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