Working With Us
Is mobilehealth nursing a good career choice?
Yes! We seek out the best and most rewarding opportunities in patient healthcare and clinical studies around the world, giving you access to meaningful, flexible work that pays well.
Once you become part of the seacolehealth family, we’ll support you every step of the way. Every individual in our talent pool has been carefully selected, and we go above and beyond to provide you with the very best opportunities that match your needs.
Your success is our business, and we provide all our agency staff with learning and development opportunities that will help you to progress in your career with confidence.
Is this a full-time position?
No. Our mobilehealth nursing positions are flexible, ad-hoc opportunities on a per diem basis. The roles are suited to healthcare professionals looking for a meaningful side gig to complement their current role, or to fit flexibly around family or other commitments.
Our mobilehealth nurse positions are also great for practitioners close to retirement who want to keep their skills active.
Do I need to have worked in mobilehealth before to be successful?
No. We only ask that you have a minimum of 2 years’ experience in acute care with extensive phlebotomy experience within the last year. We will then provide you with any training that you need to prepare you for your role, and we will continue to support you at every step of your journey with us.
Do I need to have any research experience?
Definitely not! However, having an intellectually curious mindset we find does really help you to get the most out of the role and to appreciate the value that our bespoke care brings to a successful trial outcome.
Before you start a placement with us, we provide standardised training on research, and also offer a one-to-one session with our Director to ensure you feel completely confident in your role.
Do you pay travel time?
In general, your travel time will be paid at your daily rate plus mileage, but we will manage this on a case-by-case basis and let you know exactly what to expect before you take on any role.
For clinical care nurses, we will usually allocate jobs to you that are within a 4-hour drive from your place of residence. However, the sky’s the limit – if you are happy to travel further afield, or even out of state, then please just let us know.
Positions that are onsite at physical work locations for set hours per week typically do not pay travel time.
Will I receive benefits?
No. All our staff are 1099 contractors which means that this is not a benefited position.
Is there a minimum number of hours I must work per week?
No, there is no minimum commitment. We are looking for people to be open to working flexibly and have availability to do so. After that, it’s up to you!
How much will I be paid?
Your actual rate of pay will depend on the contract and role on offer, but our pay scales are largely based on the regional base rate in your area, plus up to 70% more on top.
Do I need to bring any supplies with me to the patient’s home?
Yes, but we will supply these to you. When you start with us we will send you an initial shipment of PPE and any other kit that might be required. It will then be up to you to transport what you need to a patient’s house. We will also set you up with an ID badge and a set of scrubs.
How do I apply?
1- Get in touch with our talent acquisition team directly via our contact form and tell us about your experience, desired position, location and availability.
2- Once you’ve passed through the interview stage and submitted all of your necessary documentation, you’ll be entered into our talent pools for each position, based on your credentials. A member of our team will be in touch as soon as an opportunity that matches your criteria is available.
3- We understand how challenging it can be to work in healthcare, and we’re here to provide professionals like you the opportunities to do what they love with more flexibility, variety and ease, without compromising on quality and pay. We make it work, your way.
What makes seacolehealth different?
Our teams have extensive experience in healthcare and know the impact many in the industry are facing, particularly when it comes to work-life balance and coming back to work after time out. We’re family-focused, providing fully flexible opportunities based on your location and available hours, and we always pay what you’re worth.
What is your patient-first approach?
At seacole we put patient care at the heart of everything we do. Our unique home healthcare services ensure that the patient is comfortable in their home environment, without having to attend multiple hospital or research appointments far from home. We make it as easy as possible for patients to complete their trial participation.
How does working for seacolehealth help with clinical trials?
seacole is part of mdgroup, a global patient services and digital technologies company that is pioneering the future of clinical research and decentralised clinical trials. Being part of mdgroup allows us to gain access to opportunities in studies at the forefront of medical research around the world.
For over two decades, mdgroup has been on a mission to make life better for patients and caregivers taking part in clinical trials. This means going above and beyond to support patients in the way that works best for them and their lives. At every stage, they strive for remarkable.
What careers do you offer?
We offer positions in both our mobilehealth teams and in our Research Coordination teams.
What is a mobilehealth nurse?
Our mobilehealth Nurses perform in-home visits for clinical trial participants. A typical visit involves a drive to the participant’s home, with the collection of blood specimens via phlebotomy, a physical assessment, administration of questionnaires and other specific assessment tools, and performance of an ECG.
What is a mobilehealth nurse practitioner?
Our mobilehealth Nurse Practitioners perform in-home visits or telemedicine visits for clinical trial participants. A typical in-home visit involves a drive to the participant’s home, with a complete physical assessment. Depending on the skills of the Nurse Practitioner, they may perform other study procedures like phlebotomy, ECG, and questionnaire collection or they may be partnered with a Registered Nurse or Phlebotomist to perform other study procedures.
What is a mobilehealth physician?
Our mobilehealth Physicians perform in-home visits or telemedicine visits for clinical trial participants. A typical in-home visit involves a drive to the participant’s home, with a complete physical assessment.
What’s the difference between a Research Coordinator and a Research Nurse Coordinator?
Our Research Coordinators perform temporary assignments for research sites needing experienced help on diverse projects.
Research coordinators typically work at a site – hospital or clinic – and take on a variety of activities such as regulatory management, IRB submissions, implementing onsite study visits, recruiting and retaining participants, screening charts, and data entry.
Depending on the assignment, the level of patient care may range from minimal interaction to study drug infusions and could include mobile health research visits.