The Director of Pharmacy (DOP) is responsible for all elements of the pharmacy program at the specific campus and affiliated clinics, including operations, supply chain management, financial oversight, human resources management, clinical services, and guest relations. The DOP provides corporate pharmacy leadership for regulatory compliance, operations, policy management, sterile compounding, and controlled substance oversight programs. The DOP works collaboratively with departmental leadership across the organization.
Truman Medical Centers is a 600-bed, non-for-profit health system. Comprised of two campuses, Truman Medical Centers is the largest and most comprehensive safety net healthcare provider in the Jackson County / Kansas City metro area. Truman Medical Centers also serves as the primary teaching institution for the University of Missouri – Kansas City (UMKC) Schools of Medicine, Nursing, Dentistry, and Pharmacy.
Truman Medical Centers Heath Sciences District is located in downtown Kansas City, Missouri. The Health Sciences District represents a robust academic community, leading the forefront of biomedical research and entrepreneurship, employing cutting edge and award-winning technology, and delivering state-of-the-art evidence-based health care, with outstanding service excellence. Partnered with UMKC and Children’s Mercy Hospital, Truman Medical Centers serves as the cornerstone in educating the next generation of healthcare practitioners. Specializing in Emergency Medicine, Critical Care, with a fully-integrated Cath Lab, Truman Medical Centers is delivering the highest quality medical care for our patients with compassion, empathy, and unparalleled dedication to service.
Truman Medical Centers Lakewood is located between Kansas City and Lee’s Summit, Missouri, offering residents of Eastern Jackson County access to a modern community hospital with a continuum of outpatient services designed to meet the needs of families. Truman Medical Centers Lakewood specializes in high-risk maternal and child care, and serves as one of the few Kansas City metro area institutions accredited by The Joint Commission in Orthopedics and Palliative Care.
Ability to exhibit time management and organizational skills by working effectively and efficiently under tight deadlines, high volumes and multiple interruptions.
Verbal communication skills required to communicate with staff and other professionals
Written communication skills required to complete reports and provide direction to staff and outside departments
Ability to direct the activities of others
Ability to direct and manage a pharmacy residency (e.g. previous involvement as a preceptor in an ASHP-accredited residency program, management experience, previous experience as a course coordinator)
Demonstrated competency in leadership dimensions: facilitating change, building a successful team, customer focus, aligning performance for success, planning and organizing, communication, decision-making, leading through vision and values, and delegating responsibility
Pharmacy degree (Bachelor’s or Doctor of Pharmacy)
Missouri Board of Pharmacy pharmacist license with Medication Therapy Services (MTS) designation in good standing
Completion of TMC Medical Staff Credentialing and Privileging process
Minimum of five years medical center or multi-site pharmacy experience
Minimum of five years in pharmacy management
Doctor of Pharmacy degree preferred
Advanced degree in health care management, such as an MS, MHA, or MBA preferred
Completion of an ASHP-Accredited PGY1 Residency preferred
Completion of an ASHP-Accredited PGY2 Residency preferred
Board certification through the Board of Pharmacy Specialties preferred
Internal Number: 15779-124
About Truman Medical Centers
Truman Medical Center (TMC) Hospital Hill is the primary teaching hospital for the University of Missouri-Kansas City Schools of Medicine, Nursing, and Pharmacy located in downtown Kansas City, Missouri (KCMO). TMC has three intensive care units totaling 31-beds that care for critically ill surgical, cardiac, and medical patients managed by board certified pulmonary/critical care intensivists using a multidisciplinary approach. TMC’s Trauma Center is one of three adult Level I Trauma Centers in KCMO and is part of a statewide trauma system. The Emergency Department (ED) provides care for approximately 69,000 patients per year in a 52-bed unit, (including three trauma rooms).