The Pharmacy Residency Program Director will be responsible for the direction, conduct and oversight of the residency program and will maintain responsibility for the implementation and adherence to appropriate residency accreditation standards, regulations, education and policies. This role must collaborate with the Pharmacy Director, Designated Institutional Official, Graduate Medical Education Committee and other CHC Residency Director’s in managing the Pharmacy Residency Program and integrating into Community Health Care.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO:
In collaboration with the Pharmacy Director, participates in the development of the Pharmacy department’s training and competency programs for students, residents, technician and pharmacists.
Evaluates qualifications of pharmacy residency applicants through documented, formal, procedural-based criteria.
In collaboration with the Pharmacy Director, prepares and oversees operational budget for the residency program including budget justifications, purchases and expenditures.
Participates in the interview, selection and onboarding process of the residents for the program.
Establishes preceptor development and training program guidelines; participates in the recruitment, selection, and orientation of new preceptors.
Evaluates and continually assesses skills and development of preceptors in the program.
Researches and creates course curriculum, outlines content, researches training resources and develops training methods and materials for residents.
Oversees the progression of residents within the program
Designs resident projects and proposals and identifies potential publication avenues and resources for projects.
Monitors completion of projects including presentation and publication.
Reports quarterly to the Community Health Education Oversight Committee (CHEOC)
Obtains and maintains the Pharmacy Residency Accreditation through the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP) organization.
Coordinates accreditation preparation and visits.
Monitors and evaluates program outcomes, including participant performance, progress and satisfaction.
Oversees the management of the Residency Program database.
Serves on relevant committees to represent Community Health Care Pharmacy
Serves as primary liaison and key contact for the Residency Program
Maintains current knowledge of the latest developments, techniques, and standards in the Pharmacy field to create innovative programs and curriculum.
Participates in scholarly activities, professional publications, podium presentations, poster presentations, and practice based research.
Monitors compliance with state and federal laws and regulations related to the practice of pharmacy.
Tracks curricular needs of the residency program.
Practices as a Pharmacist
All other duties as assigned
Recognizes that the focus of care is the patient and understands patient participation and control of their care is our priority. Maintains focus of agency on the following patient centered principles:
Continuous and Team-based Healing Relationships
Engaged Leadership whose focus is the patient
Quality Improvement (QI) Strategy that is inclusive and dynamic
Organized, Evidence-based Care
Maintains communication between departments and outside agencies and responds to needs of others in a prompt and respectful manner.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, and ABILITIES:
Knowledge of and ability to apply management principles and techniques
Knowledge of relevant State and Federal laws, statutes and regulations.
Knowledge of the regulations, requirements and standards for the Accreditation of Pharmacy Residencies
Knowledge of curriculum theory, design and planning
Knowledge of instructional and educational methods and techniques
Ability to effectively communicate
Ability to assess training needs and determine objectives
Excellent verbal and writing skills
Knowledge of quality assessment and/or improvement techniques
Knowledge of record keeping procedures and applicable computer software including the ability to collect, organize and analyze data and information.
Excellent organizational skills to effectively manage multiple priorities.
Considerable interpersonal skills to develop effective working relationships with co-workers and students with the ability to coach and motivate
Effective communication and presentation skills
Ability to problem solve student issues, resolve conflicts and mediate
Supervisory and management ability.
Doctorate of Pharmacy (PharmD) required
Must be a licensed pharmacist in the state of Washington
Must be a board certified pharmacist
Must have completed an ASHP-accredited PGY1 residency followed by a minimum of three years of pharmacy practice experience; or have completed ASHP-accredited PGY1 and PGY2 residencies with one or more years of pharmacy practice experience; or without completion of an ASHP-accredited residency, have five or more years of pharmacy practice experience in a community or ambulatory environment.
Experience in community health care setting.
Residency management experience
Ambulatory experience in clinical setting
Knowledge of 340b compliance standards.
The physical demands listed below are representative of the physical requirements necessary for an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.
Hearing: Adequate to perform job duties in person and over the telephone.
Speaking: Must be able to communicate clearly to patients/customers in person and over the telephone.
Vision: Visual acuity adequate to perform job duties, including reading information from printed sources and computer screens
Movement: Requires frequent lifting and carrying items weighing up to 10 lbs. unassisted, including assisting patients when required. Also requires adequate physical ability including sufficient manual dexterity to perform the requisite clerical services. This position requires repetitive hand movements and most hours sitting, some bending, reaching, standing, walking, and squatting, with some light lifting, pushing and pulling. There is potential for exposure to communicable diseases and/or blood borne pathogens within the clinic areas.
Internal Number: 10701
About Community Health Care
Community Health Care provides comprehensive primary Medical, Dental, Pharmacy and Behavioral Health Services through a clinic system that includes five medical and four dental clinics. Care is also provided through a Women’s Health Clinic, a Ryan White HIV/AIDS Clinic, and through five Pharmacies. We provide the highest quality health care with compassionate and accessible service for all. No one is turned away due to inability to pay!