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Posted on Tuesday, July 9, 2024

Pharmacy Investigational Product Specialist/Clinical Pharmacist


Join us on our exciting journey!

Remote/Hybrid/Office based working options.

Our Sponsor Dedicated (cFSP) team are growing, join us on our mission to drive healthcare forward! The Pharmacy Investigational Product Specialist (PIPS) will serve as a subject matter expert for drug preparation as it relates to the process and procedure of the Investigational Product Preparation and Administration Instructions, in clinical research. You will play a lead role in the development of safe, efficient, and effective investigational product (IP) preparation in clinical trials. You will be the key internal and external interface to ensure overall IP preparation adherence. The PIPS will give input in ancillary supply selection and ancillary supply related questions, study feasibility, site assessment and mentoring for IPPI. He/she will contribute to continuous IPPI process improvement.

Job Overview:

You will be part of the IPPI author team: Responsible for the preparation sections of the different IPPIs (IV, Subcutaneous, IM, Oral, etc.) based on the provided information about the IP (presentation, dosage, stability, material compatibility, etc.), and their expertise to identify the risk factors related to IP preparation.

You will be co-author of the IPPI, and will be responsible for training slide development, training level assessment evaluation, and staff training.

You will remotely support the study teams with:

  • Site trainings on IPPI, when required.
  • Questions about IP preparation.
  • Site findings related to the IPPI (according to SOPs, study guidelines and blinding requirements)

You will provide input in the ancillary supply (AS) process (development of AS Questionnaire, selection of supplies, etc.). PIPS will also coordinate questions related to AS in close collaboration with the Ancillary Support Associate (ASA).

You will train the team on the preparation of IP for all versions of the IPPI according to the SOPs and WIs


  • Pharmacy degree with focus on hospital practice.
  • 3-4 years of recent experience in a hospital or clinic required.
  • Experience in antibody treatment, (Oncology (hematology and solid tumor) and / or Immunology Therapeutic Area)
  • Experience in preparing different drugs depending on the way of administration, especially intravenous, subcutaneous, and intramuscular.
  • Proactive, innovative, and creative mindset with strong attention to details.

What is in it for you?

  • The chance to work on cutting edge medicines at the forefront of new medicines development.
  • We offer genuine career development opportunities for those who want to grow as part of the organisation.
  • We invest in keeping our teams stable, so workload is consistent.


IQVIA is a leading global provider of advanced analytics, technology solutions and clinical research services to the life sciences industry. We believe in pushing the boundaries of human science and data science to make the biggest impact possible – to help our customers create a healthier world. Learn more at https://jobs.iqvia.com