The Pharmacist fulfills daily operational responsibilities which assure the safe and effective use of medications in our patients. The pharmacist adheres to contemporary standards of practice in fulfilling these responsibilities.
EDUCATION : Applicants must hold a 6-year Pharm.D. degree from an ACPE-accredited College of Pharmacy, be licensed (or eligible for licensure) in New Jersey, and possess good communication and interpersonal skills. The position is available beginning July 1, for a 12 month appointment.
EXPERIENCE : A minimum of 2 years hospital experience, preferred, but not required.
INTERRELATIONSHIPS: Department Heads, staff, hospital personnel, visitors
PHYSICAL FUNCTIONS: May be subjected to noise and disagreeable odors. Moving mechanical parts are found in the work environment. Universal precautions must be followed when working in any clinical area and especially when entering patient care areas Chemotherapy and hazardous medication preparation requires some exposure to potentially harmful chemicals and medications. Workers are exposed to chemical hazards and must use appropriate personal protective equipment as trained. Sterile product/IV preparation exposes employee to "clean" needle stick injury. Restocking of Anesthesia kits involves potential exposure to blood or body fluids. This exposure would only result in the event the Department of Anesthesia does not follow agreed upon procedures.