IQVIA (NYSE:IQV) is a leading global provider of information, innovative technology solutions and contract research services dedicated to using analytics and science to help healthcare stakeholders find better solutions for their patients. Solutions are powered by the IQVIA CORE™, which combines big data, advanced technology, analytics and extensive industry knowledge. Formed through the merger of IMS Health and Quintiles, IQVIA has approximately 55,000 employees worldwide.
There are many opportunities for advancement in IQVIA and opportunities to work in other countries. Areas of provision include, Clinical Research Services, Commercial Outsourcing and Marketing Information
They are committed to bringing clients the best in creative problem solving, enabling healthcare companies to innovate with confidence, maximize opportunities, and ultimately drive human health forward.
I started my role in Quintiles as an entry level pharmacovigilance associate. In my year at Quintiles, I learnt a plethora of skills. I was lucky to be part of two great projects, both of which saw successful database locks. I especially liked how my work was commended and appreciated through the use of 'Thank you' awards where management and co-workers could use an internal website in which my achievements were highlighted. The hardest part of the job was making deadlines and always being on top of a heavy work load. However, I enjoyed this challenge immensely. My co-workers were one of the highlights of this job. They were amazing team players. Senior level co-workers would encourage and guide me to make the right decisions for my career path. Overall, an amazing experience for a first job! We always had fun Fridays where people would organize dress up days in aid of charity. Management were also very supportive and approachable.
Subsidiesd lunchs, fun friday, great healthcare, holidays, bonuses
A typical day at work consists of processing SAEs, AESIs, and SUSARs. In my time in Quintiles I have gained an in depth safety knowledge across case processing, regulatory reporting and the skills required to manage a project within drug safety/ pharmacovigilance. Currently management are undergoing changes and are introducing a new organizational structure. My co-workers are all very friendly and capable people.The hardest part of my job is time management and the prioritization of urgent work when set with 24 hr deadlines. The most enjoyable part of the job is the people I work with.