General Information

Location: Princeton, NJ, Remote

Organization: Medavante-Prophase, Inc

Job Type: Full Time - Regular

Description and Requirements

ABOUT WCG: WCG’s clinical solutions are built on a foundation of best-in-class clinical services companies. We deliver transformational solutions that stimulate growth, foster compliance, and maximize efficiency for those performing clinical trials. WCG is proud to serve individuals on the frontlines of science and medicine, and the organizations striving to develop new products and therapies to improve the quality of human health. It is our role to empower them to accelerate advancement, while ensuring the risks of progress never outweigh the value of human life.

WHY WE LOVE WCG: At WCG, our employees are our most valuable asset, and as with all our assets, we invest in them with an eye toward future success. We provide each eligible employee with a comprehensive set of benefits designed to protect their personal and financial health to help make the most of their future.

  • Comprehensive Benefits package - Health, Dental, Vision, Life Disability, 401k with match, and flexible spending accounts
  • Employee Assistance Programs and additional work/life resources
  • Referral Bonuses and Tuition Reimbursement
  • Flexible PTO
  • Volunteer Time Off to benefit the community
  • Opportunities for career development with on-the-job training, certification assistance, and continuing education reimbursement

Expected annual base salary range: $87,480 to $136,000

GPS level: P4

JOB SUMMARY:  The Principal Clinician IR/IRev will evaluate a wide range of psychiatric and cognitively impaired patients, and other targeted patient population using several diagnostic and symptom rating scales as well as reviewing and providing feedback to site raters regarding their administration and scoring of standardized, structured interviews.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty and responsibility satisfactorily.  The accountabilities listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills, and/or ability required.

  • Evaluate a patient’s current clinical condition and symptom severity.
  • Perform diagnostic assessments.
  • May also review, score, and provide feedback to site raters regarding the administration of standardized structured and semi-structured diagnostic and severity assessments as needed.
  • Conduct trainings for site raters.
  • Provide scoring for site assessments and/or review site scores.
  • Review site assessments for quality assurance.
  • Submit accurate data utilizing Good Clinical Practices and identified scoring conventions.
  • Utilize technology required to conduct remote assessments.
  • Follow Sponsor (protocol-specific) requirements and applicable WCG internal SOPs.
  • Work with the Site Solutions Team to schedule assessment reviews, submit appropriate review documentation and provide data clarification.
  • Work with WCG Project Associates in initiating assessments and assist them with data query completion and data clarification.
  • Participate in Clinical meetings.
  • Participate in on-going Clinician calibration and scoring exercises.
  • May assume responsibility for major research and other projects.
  • Responsible for keeping up to date with departmental and company communications to ensure one follows current policies, scale conventions, study procedures, and other pertinent information.
  • Other duties as assigned by supervisor. These may, on occasion, be unrelated to the position described here.
  • Attendance and punctuality are essential functions of the position.


  • Master’s degree conferred by a clinically focused program in a mental health discipline such as Psychology, Social Work, Counseling, or Psychiatric Nursing; or in other relevant medical healthcare discipline such as Physical Therapy, Physician Assistant, or Nursing.
  • Medical degree completed plus specialization based on sponsor requirement.



  • Minimum of 2 years’ clinical experience diagnosing and/or treating patients with psychiatric disorders, neurocognition disorders, and/or other study relevant indications.
  • Minimum of 2 years administering study relevant standardized assessment tools is preferred.
  • Ability to conduct reviews of rater severity and/or diagnostic sessions, providing feedback for quality control purposes.
  • Proficiency with MS Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint.
  • Knowledge of GCP guidelines.
  • Effective communication skills, oral and written.
  • Intermediate or advanced proficiency in English required.
  • Bilingual US Spanish highly preferred.


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Physical and Sensory Requirements:  The physical and sensory requirements described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be offered to individuals with disabilities to assist in performing the essential functions of the position. Work activities involve light to moderate physical effort (for example, sitting in one place for extended periods of time, standing, walking, bending, lifting lightweight objects, intermittent to sustained periods of keyboarding).  Majority of time is spent in a seated position with frequent opportunity to move about at will.  Activities require a variety of easy muscle movements.  Work activities involve a frequent need to concentrate on a variety of sensory inputs for moderate to lengthy durations at a time requiring diligence and attention to interpret effectively.  There will be a need to attend to single or simultaneous tasks where accuracy of details is important.  The need for detailed and precise work is high.