OU Health in Oklahoma City (University of Oklahoma Medical Center and Oklahoma Children’s Hospital) seeks to fill four (4) Clinical Pharmacy Specialist positions. One (1) Antimicrobial Stewardship and one (1) Trauma ICU Clinical Pharmacist position in Adults; one (1) Antimicrobial Stewardship and one (1) Cardiac ICU/Transplant position in Pediatrics.
General Description: Under the general direction of the Pharmacy Manager, responsible for providing all levels of pharmacy services for assigned areas incorporating responsibility for both the clinical and distributive activities. This includes but is not limited to monitoring patient medication regimens and providing appropriate interventions.
Responsibilities listed in this section are core to the position. Inability to perform these responsibilities with or without an accommodation may result in disqualification from the position.
Coordinates, develops and implements day-to-day activities for specialized pharmacy areas.
Conducts pharmacy in-services for pharmacy staff, physicians and nursing staff.
Participates as a preceptor for pharmacy students on clinical rotations from the various programs.
Coordinates and develops drug protocols and drug monographs for Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee.
Performs the necessary quality assurance audits for these protocols.
Develops policy and procedures for the pharmacy area.
Assists with Controlled Dangerous Substance audit trail review, adverse drug reaction reporting and drug utilization review.
Services as a staff pharmacist when necessary.
Performs other duties as assigned
Education*: Graduate of an accredited pharmacy degree program (Bachelor of Science or Pharm.D.). Completion of hospital PGY2 (Post Graduate Second Year) pharmacy residency or fellowship in specific area as required by assignment.
Experience*: One (1) year experienced as a clinical Pharmacist in an acute care hospital setting. Additional experience may be required based on specific assignment.
License(s)/Certification(s)/Registration(s) Required: Licensed as a Doctor of Pharmacy (D.Ph.) by the Oklahoma State Board of Pharmacy. Certificate as a preceptor by the Oklahoma Board of Pharmacy when eligible. Specialty BCPS (Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist) certification preferred.
*Minimum qualifications may defer depending on the available position. Specific position details are available at the link below.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities*:
Knowledge of the principles and procedures associated with pharmacology.
Ability to prioritize work.
Strong communication and writing skills.
Knowledge of professional standards and state and federal guidelines governing the dispensing of drugs.
Good computer skills with some familiarity with database maintenance and retrieval.
*Knowledge, skills, and abilities required may defer depending on the available position. Specific position details are available at the link below.
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OU Health is an equal opportunity employer. We offer a comprehensive benefits package, including PTO, 401(k), medical and dental plans, and many more. We know that a total benefits and compensation package, designed to meet your specific needs both inside and outside of the work environment, create peace of mind for you and your family.
The mission of the University of Oklahoma College of Pharmacy as part of a comprehensive academic health sciences center is to educate and empower professional, graduate, and post-graduate students to be highly qualified pharmacy practitioners, scientists and educators. Our mission is sustained by an environment of creativity and innovation that fosters collaboration with external communities, respects diversity, and demonstrates commitment to collective endeavors that advance our purposes and positively influence the health and well-being of the public.