$100K — $150K *
The Pharmacy Specialist is a pharmacist who, by virtue of knowledge gained through special training and/or substantial experience, has become the institutional expert in a major area of pharmacy practice. The Pharmacy Specialist assumes overall leadership responsibility in directing the pharmacy related activities in his/her area of specialty practice by planning, developing, and implementing new and/or improved systems or services. Generally works independently of direct supervision, and initiates discussion and action as necessary with other departments or clinicians in order to resolve problems and/or to effect change. The Pharmacy Specialist plays a role as a teacher and is responsible for helping other members of the staff master those skills necessary to effectively practice in his/her area. The Pharmacy Specialist uses scientific technique in applied research designed to resolve problems encountered in daily practice, and regularly contributes to the general body of knowledge pertaining to his/her specialty.
Must hold a degree from an accredited college of pharmacy and must complete a residency training program or have equivalent experience in hospital pharmacy practice. Minimum of 3-5 years of pharmacist experience or the equivalent training and experience at another institution, preferred. Must have demonstrated the ability to meet and exceed practice standards set for a Level II pharmacist. (Henry Ford Detroit Hospital Only). Must be able to serve as an institutional authority in a given specialty practice area. Must have demonstrable leadership abilities and exhibit teamwork when working with others. Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills which enable him/her to contribute effectively in the dissemination of information to all levels of health care personnel in the institution. Should have a proven research/publication record. Must be qualified to work with pharmacy students at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Must have a previous work history of reliability, dependability, and willingness to assume additional responsibilities.
Must be licensed or eligible for licensure in the State of Michigan. If eligible, licensure must be obtained within 30 days of hire; failure to obtain licensure will result in termination of the Pharmacy Specialist position.
Valid through: 11/24/2020