QuintilesIMS Clinical Educator - Northeast - YUA94073 in Massachusetts
As the only global provider of commercial solutions, Quintiles understands what it takes to deliver nationally and internationally. Our teams help biopharma get their medicines to the people who need them. We help customers gain insight and access to their markets and ultimately demonstrate their product's value to payers, physicians and patients. A significant part of our business is acting as the biopharma's sales force to physicians or providing nurses to educate patients or prescribers. With the right experience, you can help deliver medical breakthroughs in the real world.
We are excited to announce that at this time we are looking for Clinical Educators to join our team of over 10,000 global field representatives in several regions making over 20 million product details annually for our pharmaceutical and biotech clients.
This is a full time, field based position.
Our Clinical Educators interact with health care professionals to improve treatment adoption in a variety of disease states that are frequently under-diagnosed, misdiagnosed, or under-treated.
The Clinical Educator will provide nursing instruction services to Health Care providers to deliver educational programs regarding a Parkinson's Disease product. The Educator will also provide educational support to patients with Parkinson's Disease regarding the product. The Educator will educate practices through presentations and workshops.
Quintiles offers a friendly, progressive work atmosphere and a comprehensive benefits package including medical, dental, life insurance and vision coverage, tuition assistance, bonus plan and 401(k).
We look forward to the prospect of working with you!
EEO Minorities/Females/Protected Veterans/Disabled
4 year Bachelor's degree required, RN required
Advanced Practice Nurse preferred (NP or Masters)
Minimum 3-5 years experience with Movement Disorders, Parkinson’s preferred
Current nursing license in good standing
Clinical training/teaching experience recommended
Endoscopy or Operating room experience desirable
Pharmaceutical or Medical device experience required.
Understanding of regulatory environment and compliance obligations
Willing to travel extensively (75-95%)
Very strong time management skills
Strong planning and prioritization skills
Strong and effective presentation skills; excellent communications skills – both written and verbal
Ability to work and drive for results in cross-functional teams
Drive and enthusiasm
Exceptional interpersonal skills
Fully competent in MS Office (Word, Excel, Powerpoint)
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