Michigan Pain Consultants (ProCare Pain Solutions) is hiring a full time Clinical Trial Associate! We offer employees competitive wages, paid holidays, and paid time off. Employees can expect no night, weekend, or holiday shifts. In addition, full-time employees are also eligible for a generous 401k profit sharing plan after one year of service!

Position Summary:

The Clinical Trial Associate (CTA) is a licensed medical professional. The CTA helps support the Research Department by collaborating with assigned physician investigators, research teams, and clinical trial subjects. It is a hands-on position for patient care and education. Protocol knowledge, adherence, and documentation are at the core of this position, and therefore the candidate must be a critical thinker as well as extremely thorough and accurate. In addition, specialty procedure and patient education are key components for this position.

Minimum Qualifications:

Licensed medical professional
Strong medical/science background
2 years of clinical patient care
Experience working with project teams, and work with individuals at different levels
Excellent written and verbal skills
Excellent attention to detail and ability to think critically
Self-motivated, efficient and able to work autonomously
Positive interpersonal skills
Strong IT skills

Preferred Qualifications:

2 years of clinical patient care in chronic pain management
GCP certification
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) certification
Phlebotomy experience
Specialty procedure experience (i.e. spinal cord stimulator implants)

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Ensure adherence to regulations, protocol, and company SOPs and processes
  • Perform various hands-on clinical tasks such as ECGs, BPs, and blood draws
  • Recruitment management and patient out reach
  • Support physician investigators and study coordinators
  • Manage investigational products according to protocol
  • Obtain laboratory specimens and conduct processing according to protocol and IATA requirements
  • Process clinical trial product shipments according to protocol and timelines
  • Participate in monitor and/or FDA site reviews
  • Represent company in a positive and professional manner
  • Maintain patient safety with regards to protocol requirements and based on nursing knowledge
  • Manage patient enrollment data according to protocol timelines
  • Schedule and educate patients for specialty procedures

Secondary Responsibilities:

  • Equipment maintenance and upgrades per sponsor requirements
  • Answering unscheduled patient calls and assess for adverse events
  • Coordination of schedules for patients, investigators, and study team

Reports to:
Corporate Director of Clinical Programs and Research

Varies; dependent upon clinical trials and necessary training. All locations in West Michigan

Monday – Friday
Off hour calls to ensure patient safety
Hours dependent upon trial scheduling; typical time frame 8am – 5 pm