Position Summary: The Pharmacy Manager is responsible for human resources management, financial controls, regulatory requirements, drug distribution and clinical services and performance improvement activities in their area(s) of responsibility. The manager is also responsible for development, implementation, supervision and evaluation of professional services. The manager assumes direct control of the Division of Pharmacy in the absence of the Director. Employee will follow applicable policies and procedures in handling supplies, pharmaceuticals, and equipment.
Minimum Qualifications: 3+ years previous management/supervisory experience; substantial clinical experience, experience with 340B and ambulatory care clinics. Possesses knowledge of current healthcare issues; knowledge and ability to implement performance improvement measures; possesses knowledge of laws, regulations and standards of practice relative to pharmacy practice. Ability to effectively manage human resources; financial management and budget preparation skills; ability to learn and adapt to the use of automated information systems and automated technology in daily practice.
Education/Licensure/Certifications: Pharm. D. or M.S. degree/ and residency or equivalent experience. Pharmacy licensure in the state of California. For Specialty Pharmacy duties - ASHP accredited residency or equivalent experience and/or advanced business degree (MBA, MHA). Pharmacy Operations Managers should have ASHP accredited residency or equivalent experience and /or board certification.
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