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    Are you looking for a challenging and fulfilling career? AMS Practice Management connects talented professionals to unique global opportunities with in-demand industries. We can help you take the next step toward reaching your goals and building a career you love.

    We are currently seeking dynamic, talented, and experienced professionals to take on innovative assignments with our global clientele.

    Jr. or Sr. Financial Advisor

    About Our Client – With the right company, life can be brilliant. Our client is not just in the business of helping clients with their financial goals — they also help advisors and employees reach their true potential. Be part of an inclusive, collaborative culture that rewards you for your contributions and work with other talented individuals who share your passion for doing great work. You’ll also have plenty of opportunities to make your mark at the office and a difference in your community. So if you’re talented, driven and want to work for a strong ethical company that cares, take the next step to create a brilliant career with our team.

    Location: Twin Cities area of Minnesota

    Summary: Our client is looking for financial advisors to join their franchise group. As a franchise advisor you’ll have outstanding income potential and the freedom to build equity in your own practice and enjoy independence along with support and resources. Becoming a franchise advisor enables you to leverage the recognition and goodwill associated with our client’s strong national brand. 

    Advisors in the Franchise Group receive:

    • Equity ownership opportunities
    • Competitive payout rates up to 91% with deferred compensation potential
    • The ability to leverage a respected national brand and proven turnkey marketing programs
    • Office branding assistance and the opportunity to choose your own location
    • Local and national support, including accessible leaders and an extended group of specialists 
    • Peer-to-peer mentoring, plus training and coaching, including CFP® certification support
    • Access to financing for practice acquisition
    • Succession planning resources.

    Support starts with your transition: 

    • Dedicated transition team – Works with you to establish an onboarding and communications strategy, anticipate and handle challenges and gradually introduce you to products and services.  
    • Transfer registration assistance – Assists you in transferring your FINRA registration and general licenses — from any state 
    • Announcing your move – Access to the materials and resources you need to announce your move  
    • Transferring client accounts – Assist you with new-business paperwork and facilitate account openings  
    • Technology access & support – Manage both your clients and your practice with our secure, integrated technology 


    • FINRA Series 7 and Series 63 or 66 required to start 
    • Given 120 days after appointment to obtain additional required licenses (Series 65/66 and life/health insurance licenses) 
    • College degree in related field
    • 3+ years of similar experience

    Post Market Surveillance Clinician (RN, NP, PA, or MD) – Greater Boston Area

    Our team is searching for a Clinician (RN, NP, PA or MD) with dialysis experience to join the post market surveillance team with a leading renal client in the Greater Boston Area.

    PURPOSE AND SCOPE: Receives, reviews, processes, and analyzes all product inquiries and product complaints for manufactured and distributed products (equipment, drug, and device) as required by applicable regulations, standards, and company policy. Helps provide high level customer support and serves as a liaison and subject matter expert between manufacturing facilities, distribution centers, customer/technical service, and customers/patients regarding product complaints. Partners with Pharmacovigilance resources on any possible adverse event (MDR/ADE) or reportable complaints, as well as with Corporate Quality Engineering on product investigations and trends. Responds to questions and liaises with fellow department staff members regarding complaint data entry and processing.


    • BSN, NP, PA or MD required; Advanced degree preferred
    • Minimum 3 years of related experience in complaint handling in the healthcare/device industry with exposure to medical device quality system regulations, and an understanding of drug/device safety requirements.
    • 3 years of dialysis experience required.
    • Requires understanding of regulatory obligations for compliance within the scope of the department (21 CFR 820.198 and 21 CFR 211).
    • Strong interpersonal and decision making skills.
    • Strong PC computer skills essential in industry recognized complaint management systems, crystal reporting, MS Access/Excel.  Understanding of medical terminology.
    • Experience in FDA regulated environment, pertinent to ISO 13485 is preferred.

    Senior Regulatory Affairs Specialist – Greater Worcester, MA area

    Do you have a passion for women’s health? AMS Practice Management is searching for a Senior Regulatory Affairs Specialist to join a premier medical device organization focused on womens health.

    A Regulatory Affairs Specialist provides regulatory support to cross functional teams working on our clients womens health products that include breast screening equipment, breast biopsy and interventional devices, and treatment options. You will work in a multi-disciplinary group, contributing to the design, development and launch of our clients innovative products that bring long-term positive change to patients and healthcare professionals.


    The Regulatory Affairs Specialist provides medical device Regulatory Affairs expertise by participating in the day to day operations of the department as it relates to supporting business needs and new product introduction.

    Essential Duties And Responsibilities

    To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the basic knowledge, skills, and/or abilities required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

      • Works with Regulatory Affairs Management to determine effective regulatory pathways for a variety of issues
      • Participates in cross-functional teams to implement the regulatory strategies for the timely support of project team goals
      • Ensures that product development projects and changes to existing products are conducted in compliance with the appropriate regulations
      • Participates in document review process by reviewing documents for regulatory compliance
      • Prepares FDA submissions, which may include: 510(k)s, IDEs, IDE Supplements, PMAs, PMA Supplements
      • Prepares Canadian medical device submissions
      • Prepares technical files/design dossiers for European CE mark
      • Interacts with regulatory bodies
      • Reviews and approves promotional material to assure compliance to Regulatory requirements
      • Complies with all Quality System requirements
      • Reviews technical publications, articles and abstracts to stay abreast of regulatory developments in the industry
      • May include other duties as defined by the Regulatory Affairs Manager


      • Excellent writing skills with ability to write detailed information for submissions
      • Excellent ability to read, analyze and interpret technical documents, professional journals, technical procedures and government regulations
      • Strong verbal skills including presentation skills
      • Strong interpersonal skills including the ability to interact with all levels of the company
      • Strong computer skills including Microsoft Office

    Preferred Skills/ Qualifications

      • Excellent working knowledge of medical device regulations (21CFR) and FDA law
      • Solid working knowledge of the regulatory requirements related to European medical device directives
      • Capacity to communicate regulations to technical functions within the company
      • Ability to manage relationships with FDA
      • Experience with document control systems such as Agile and Oracle
      • Medical device software submission and validation experience highly desirable


    • Bachelor’s degree (BA or BS) from a four year college or university in an engineering or science discipline (preferred)
    • RAC preferred

    Sr. Level Training Process Manager – Greater Boston Area

    We are looking for a Senior Level Training Process Manager for our client in the Greater Boston area.

    This individual would lead improvement projects as directed to drive sustainable training and development (T&D) programs including project leadership to ensure cross-functional coordination, communication and execution.

    • Develop relationships with manufacturing sites, distribution centers and customer/technical service centers, Training and Development business partners to confer and identify their training needs to enhance employees’ skills and the organization’s overall quality of work.
    • Creating and maintaining Training Matrices ensuring alignment with Curriculum
    • Manage curriculum with the Learning Management Systems (preferably Compliance Wire); deploying training (understanding of how to create user groups, user group criteria, curriculum, assignments and user accounts),
    • Accountable for partnering with process owners and subject matter experts to ensure continued applicability, relevance and effectiveness for all training programs and training modules.
    • Write, design, develop, and deliver training plans that outlines provision of specific training processes, functional area/department needs, training requirements and training objectives along with quality, effective, innovative and engaging training solutions tailored to the needs of learners.
    • Support Quality Systems Training CAPAs as needed.
    • Create/revise Training and Development procedures, work instructions and processes and ensure current, compliant to respective regulatory requirements.
    • Create/revise day-to-day job aides and ensure current to execution steps.

    Job requirements:

    • 4-5  years of experience in medical devices and/or pharmaceuticals or other regulated environment, training and development or related occupation/experience preferred.
    • Understanding of training design principles, curriculum development, adult learning theories, and training effectiveness.
    • Experience with Compliance Wire or similar learning management systems required.
    • Comprehensive knowledge of training plan, curriculum, and aid design and development.
    • Strong organizational skills and an ability to prioritize and complete simultaneous projects with minimal supervision.
    • Experience working independently as well as within cross-functional teams in a collaborative, professional environment.
    • Demonstrated written and oral communication skills.
    • Familiar with the FDA and ISO 13485 Quality Systems Training requirements.
    • Trainer or teaching and facilitation experience preferred.
    • Broad understanding of US and International regulations including 21 CFR 820, 806, 803, 210, 211 preferred

    Talent Acquisition Specialist – Finance

    Bring your passion to the AMS team! We are growing and searching for a Talent Acquisition Specialist that has expertise in the financial realm.

    This individual must be a technical expert in finding the right person for a career. In order to be successful in this role, one must demonstrate a tactical approach to reviewing job descriptions, identifying, sourcing and screening candidates and understanding the client’s culture to make a perfect fit. Our commitment to our clients is each candidate presented is an A player, they just need to ensure the right dynamic for their team. In order to be successful with our organization, this individual must have strong communication skills, an innovative and can do attitude, be tech-savvy and looking to grow with us.

    Job requirements:

    • Bachelors degree required; Advanced degree preferred
    • 5+ years full cycle recruitment experience required
    • High energy individual with entrepreneurial spirit, a true business owner
    • Location: Providence, RI

    Post Market Surveillance Specialist – Greater Boston Area

    We are in search of a Post Market Surveillance Specialist for our premier client in Waltham, MA.

    In this role you will be responsible for receiving, reviewing, and processing all product inquiries and product complaints for manufactured and distributed products (equipment, drug, and device) as required by applicable regulations, standards, and company policy. Must have previous experience with MDR/ADE reporting and complete follow through with the complaint closure process.

    Purpose and Scope:

    Responsible for receiving, reviewing, and processing all product inquiries and product complaints for manufactured and distributed products (equipment, drug, and device) as required by applicable regulations, standards, and company policy. Helps provide customer support and serves as a liaison between manufacturing facilities, distribution centers, customer/technical service, and customers/patients regarding product complaints. Partners with Pharmacovigilance resources on any possible adverse event (MDR/ADE) or reportable complaints, as well as with Corporate Quality Engineering on product investigations and trends.

    This is not a remote position.

    Job requirements:

    • Bachelor’s Degree required, preferably in a healthcare related field. Associate’s Degree may be considered with additional years of relevant experience.
    • Minimum 2 – 5 years of related experience in the healthcare/device industry or exposure to medical device quality system regulations; understanding of drug/device safety requirements are required; with an Advanced Degree no prior experience may be considered.

    Please note we have multiple levels within this job function available depending on prior experience.

    Business Development Executive – IT – Greater DC Area

    The Business Development Executive is a seasoned sales professional responsible for meeting the company’s growth imperative by providing concierge talent acquisition service to the companies AMS Practice Management serves. This individual will be connecting with Telecom, Pharma, Healthcare, and Technology organizations around the globe that need support in talent acquisition services. At AMS, we pride ourselves on not just placing anyone, we are accountable for the candidates we find, with the commitment that the placement client will find value and convert our individual to a permanent member of their community. We are changing the way contractors are viewed one placement at a time. We are looking for a BDE that cares about the relationships they create, commits to service excellence, and is personally accountable to their business line.

    Job requirements:

    • Develop high level executive relationships with true decision makers, key officers & directors at new prospective clients and maintain high-level relationships with clients to facilitate recurring client revenues and referrals.
    • Identify staffing opportunities and lead the sales efforts with leading Telecom, Healthcare, Pharma and technology corporations.
    • Identify, develop and close new opportunities within Business Intelligence, Advance Analytics, Artificial Intelligence and IoT, including professional services for the target organization/market.
    • Be regarded as an industry expert by the client; stay current on IT trends and provide credible knowledge and understanding of IT to client personnel at the executive and managerial levels.
    • Bachelors degree, Masters preferred
    • 5-10 years or more of experience in the IT realm; could be as senior level executive or in staffing business as an Account Manager or Technical Recruiter is ideal, but what is more important is drive to succeed and aptitude for the business.

    This position may be remote.