Industry: Hospitals & Medical Centers•
Less than 5 years
Posted 64 days ago
Assumes essential duties and responsibilities in the absence of pharmacy managers in order to ensure standard of patient care. Serves as part of pharmacy leadership team and assists Director with business aspects of the department. Responsible for management of the pharmacy workflow under the direction of the Pharmacy Manager. Prepares monthly staffing schedule for Pharmacists. Performs duties of distribution, documentation and compounding related to drugs, solutions and equipment to meet the needs of patients and staff. Responsible for the reviewing, compounding, dispensing and monitoring of medication therapy for infants, pediatric, adolescent, adult and geriatric patients which includes dosing variations, nutritional needs and disease states associated with the various age groups. Provides oversight for students and for all pharmacy technician activities including monitoring of all orders filled by auxiliary personnel. Assumes responsibility for competency and self-development in professional pharmacy practice. Performs patient focused care clinical activities throughout the hospital, to provide patients with optimal medication therapy.
Required Hours: Full-Time dayshift pharmacist position, some rotation through main pharmacy in the hospital. Hours will be 7:30am-4p Monday through Friday when working at the infusion center. Hours will be 7a-3:30p or 7:30a-4p while on main campus. One weekend every 4 th week and 2 holidays per year (one major and one minor which rotate every 3 rd year). These shifts will be in the main pharmacy on hospital campus.
MINIMUM EDUCATION REQUIRED:
Graduate of an ACPE accredited school of pharmacy with a Bachelor's Degree or higher in Pharmacy.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE REQUIRED: Two years of hospital pharmacy experience required.
MINIMUM LICENSURE/CERTIFICATION REQUIRED BY LAW:
Licensed as a registered pharmacist in the state of Georgia.
Additional experience: Oncology experience preferred.