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PSG Global Solutions Telemetry Monitor Technician in Grayslake, Illinois

Telemetry Monitor Technician

Location:Grayslake, IL, United States

Job Type:Contract

Job Category:Pharmaceutical and Biotech

Job Industry:Pharmaceuticals and Medical Products

Salary:The pay we're offering is $15 - $20 per hour


We're looking for aTelemetry Monitor Technician, working inPharmaceuticals and Medical Productsindustry inGrayslake, Illinois, 60030, United States.

Job description:

  • Review protocols and comply with study-specific activities that impact telemetry areas of responsibility.

  • Perform study protocol related activities, i.e. telemetry monitoring, etc., as assigned.

  • Assist with telemetry monitoring system set-up and preparation of telemetry transmitters and related documentation.

  • Participate in continuous cardiac telemetry monitoring of study subjects, as required by the study protocols, and seek assistance as needed.

  • Assist with telemetry data review in the telemetry monitoring system and generation of holter reports, as appropriate.

Our Client

Our client is an award-winning clinical development company. Improving lives globally with 20+ years experience in clinical research and strategic resourcing. Elevating results with proven strategies, comprehensive solutions, and customized delivery models.

Serving pharmaceutical, biopharmaceutical, biotechnology, and medical device organizations.

Strong relationships provide you connections and access to great opportunities. Industry expertise sets you up for success with helpful insights, career coaching, and professional training. Grow and learn while you put your skills to work.

Experience Required for Your Success

Minimum Education Required:

  • High School Diploma or equivalent

Minimum Experience Required:

  • 1-2 years of work experience in a clinical or research environment

  • Documented proficiency in Cardiac Arrhythmia recognition (must pass knowledge check)

  • Understands and complies with SOPs, FDA regulations, and basic GCP requirements

What Do You Think?

Does your experience reflect what it takes to be successful in this role? Do the work and challenges get you excited about what's possible?