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Clinical Nurse Educator - Milwaukee, WI - VHA33120

Job Description

IQVIA™ is the leading human data science company focused on helping healthcare clients find unparalleled insights and better solutions for patients. Formed through the merger of IMS Health and Quintiles, IQVIA offers a broad range of solutions that harness the power of healthcare data, domain expertise, transformative technology, and advanced analytics to drive healthcare forward.

Multiple Sclerosis Clinical Nurse Educator

As the only global provider of commercial solutions, IQVIA 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 we are looking for a full-time Multiple Sclerosis Clinical Nurse Educator to join our team of over 10,000 global field personnel supporting our pharmaceutical and biotech clients

Multiple Sclerosis Clinical Nurse Educator - Provide education on proper injection technique, side effect management, and basic disease state education to customer-referred MS patients and their caregivers.

The Clinical Educator will provide focused home-based patient education regarding treatment of Multiple Sclerosis. Also provides specialized education and training to home health care agencies, physicians, nursing and office staff within a defined geographic region. Conduct training presentations to Multiple Sclerosis support groups regarding treatment of the disease. Occasional travel overnight for meeting attendance required. This is a full-time field-based position.



Bachelor's Degree or Equivalent Required


Minimum 5 Years Clinical Experience

Experience with injectable medications and/or chronic illness

2 years MS experience preferred.

Current nursing license in good standing.

Experience in delivering service solution desirable

Teaching/training experience recommended

Home health care experience helpful

Valid driver's license


Demonstrates ability in the following:

• Interpersonal skills

• Organizational skills

• Excellent presentation skills, formal and informal, large and small groups.

• Written and verbal communication stills

• Excellent problem solving skills

• Effective use of technology and computer-based software and documentation systems

Able to:

• Live within the area and travel to meet geographical demands of territory

• Manage multiple tasks

• Assimilate new information

• Adapt to a variety of clinical settings (academic, private office, community, and patient home)

The ideal candidate is:

• Self-motivated, reliable and can function independently within a team.

• Demonstrates both personal and professional accountability.

• Has an enthusiastic, positive attitude, and the ability to motivate others

Join Us

Making a positive impact on human health takes insight, curiosity, and intellectual courage. It takes brave minds, pushing the boundaries to transform healthcare. Regardless of your role, you will have the opportunity to play an important part in helping our clients drive healthcare forward and ultimately improve outcomes for patients.

Forge a career with greater purpose, make an impact, and never stop learning.

IQVIA is an EEO Employer - Minorities/Females/Protected Veterans/Disabled

IQVIA, Inc. provides reasonable accommodations for applicants with disabilities. Applicants who require reasonable accommodation to submit an application for employment or otherwise participate in the application process should contact IQVIA's Talent Acquisition team at to arrange for such an accommodation.

Job ID: R1107695

Clinical Nurse Educator - Milwaukee, WI - VHA33120

Milwaukee, WI
Full Time

Published on 01/17/2020