A hospital pharmacy is a busy place. Without the direction of a hands-on Manager, it would be hard for the Pharmacy department to get the job done. This team player helps improve patient care, reviews performance, supports the development of best practicices for our clinical pharmacy programs, and much more. If you love keeping busy, this is the job for you.
Do you have strong leadership skills? Do you have a thorough understanding of pharmaceutical procedures and regulations? Can you provide pleasant service to doctors, nurses and patients? If so, we have an active job waiting just for you.
WHAT YOU WILL DO
Direct and oversee cost effective formulary management initiatives and processes.
Direct the development, implementation, and maintenance of the clinical pharmacy programs.
Ensure clinical pharmacy services in the assigned area are compliant with all regulatory, professional and departmental standards.
Maintain responsibility for inter-and intra-departmental communication, special projects, and services.
Make decisions for direct reports and performs people management activities such as performance evaluations, disciplinary actions, staff planning, and interviews.
Supervise direct reports and manages the performance of individuals through ongoing coaching, feedback, and development to motivate, engage and drive a high performing team.
Track and report on established departmental performance metrics to evaluate program activities and outcomes.
Assist in maintaining pharmacy operations and supporting processes, including PYXIS maintenance, drug procurement, and inventory management.
Collect, review, and summarize intervention and quality assurance data including quality outcomes and cost impacts.
Coordinate and deliver ongoing staff education for clinical and pharmacy staff.
Coordinate and prepare Pharmaceutical and Therapeutics (PT) Committee meeting agendas to facilitate review, development and ongoing maintenance of medications and related products listed on the
Determine clinical and pharmacy staff objectives, work methods and performance standards to drive optimal efficiency.
Determine the objectives of the department, and develops, implements, and directs clinical pharmacy policies, protocols, and procedures to ensure achievement of objectives.
WHAT IT TAKES TO SUCCEED
Prior hospital clinical pharmacy experience.
Adapt to high volume and high stress areas.
Broad knowledge of pharmacology of general disease states commonly found in the hospital setting.
Knowledge of Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Standard Precautions.
Customer service skills.
Deliver presentations and public speaking engagements.
Detailed and well organized.
Effectively communicate verbally and in writing.
Knowledge about drug therapy, including an understanding of the underlying principles in a broad range of areas.
Understanding of the tracking of clinical outcomes and how to use this information across multiple facilities to improve clinical pharmacy services.
Travel is Required: Up to 20%
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EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
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