Discussion in 'inVentiv' started by Anonymous, Feb 26, 2014 at 7:55 PM.
Okay why no posts on this contract? Share any & all info? Salary
Is this the diabetes or respiratory position?
I was told it is a new pain drug but that's it. They are keeping a lid on any other details... Phone interviews being conducted soon.
I thought this company had a product for allergic reactions, not pain or diabetes. Now I'm really confused????
Me too. Pain doesn't fit in with their epi product. Their website says that their focus is on unique delivery systems though and not on one particular drug market or segment..
Just plain strange-had phone IV-told going to F2F-no info but it is pain?
Just be patient. It's gonna be several weeks before anything is finalized. And who cares what it is. It's a job. Be happy
well said....simple to see the difference between those genuinely interested in finding work, verses those who simply want to make easy money while on a paid contract with a pharma competitor by reading career postings and crawling social media like CP and then selling it as research ...sad
It is for pain management for sure and I think it's for an opioid antagonist in some new/different device that is filled with a naloxone composition.
Any idea on salary ranges?? Bonus plans?
Any news on this job?
Did they cancel the contract?
Any offers yet? Follow up calls post-interview?
and who pays you to become less confused? are you on a pain or diabetes CI contract?
Just got the word that I didn't get the job. Good luck to those who did.. I think it will be a decent gig..
Sorry to hear that. Which territory?
Did this drug get approved?
Not yet. In a week or two.
Drug/device was approved today called Evzio. It's an opioid antagonist with naloxone that can be self injected to prevent overdose like epi pens used for allergic reaction. Drug was approved under 4 months due to need for this product. This may be a great opportunity...
I said it!