Director Pharmacy Services Job Description Sample
Director Pharmacy Services
How have you impacted someone's life today? At Hackensack Meridian Health our teams are focused on changing the lives of our patients by providing the highest level of care each and every day. From our hospitals, rehab centers and occupational health teams to our long-term care centers and at-home care capabilities, our complete spectrum of services will allow you to apply your skills in multiple settings while building your career, all within New Jersey's premier healthcare system.
The Director of Pharmacy is responsible for entering all Medical, Financial, and employee data into the computer system and for processing physician orders, accounts payable, and provides clerical and phone support.
A day in the life of a Director of Pharmacy at Hackensack Meridian Health includes:
Manages compliance with regulating bodies including State and Federal regulatory agencies.
Assures that policies and procedures give clear direction and organization to the pharmacy and relate to pharmacy operations.
Understands drivers of customer satisfaction and works to meet survey benchmarks
Assures that drug information references are kept current and resources are available to all shifts. Consults and provides pharmaceutical information to physicians, pharmacists, nurses and other health care providers on new drugs, drug protocol development, optimization of drug therapy, pharmacotherapeutic recommendations and other pharmaceutical information.
Provides leadership in recommending, establishing, monitoring and improving the provision of pharmaceutical care.
Participates in pharmacy performance improvement program.
Negotiates best prices and terms with vendors for items that are not available through group purchasing.
Coordinates group purchasing activities.
Directs all aspects of pharmacy purchasing.
Works closely with sales department to build positive relationships with physicians, community agencies and Meridian Affiliates.
Oversees public relations program.
Initiates short range and long range planning of pharmacy projects and services.
Establishes potential projects that translate into new revenue streams for the organization.
Prepares monthly financial reports for the department including reconciling and justifications for variances of salary and drug expenses
Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy from an accredited college of Pharmacy. Pharm D. strongly preferred
MUST be a NJ Licensed Pharmacist
10+ years of pharmacist experience and prior leadership experience preferred
Hospital based experience preferred
If you feel that the above description speaks directly to your strengths and capabilities, then please apply today!
Division Director Of Clinical Pharmacy Services
Division Director of Clinical Pharmacy Services
THE COMPANY: Take your career in the right direction – join us at HealthTrust. Amidst the fast-changing dynamics of healthcare within HealthTrust and our parent company (HCA – Hospital Corporation of America), come work as a Division Director of Clinical Pharmacy Services to put into practice sustainable, practical solutions that will ultimately transform patient care and the communities we support. More than 1,600 hospitals have partnered with HealthTrust to lower expenses and improve outcomes across healthcare operations.
HealthTrust delivers supply chain, workforce, and clinical integration services to help healthcare providers improve performance with superior pricing and operator-driven practices. This is accomplished by hiring valued individuals like you!
A seven-time recipient of a "Champion for Change" award from Practice Greenhealth, HealthTrust actively encourages and enables ecologically responsible purchasing alongside fully embracing a culture of integrity and a code of ethics.
Job Summary – The Division Director of Clinical Pharmacy is responsible for clinical pharmacy activities at all HCA facilities within the division to include but not limited to: Clinical initiatives that impact drug utilization, clinical education and staff development, management of appropriate drug utilization, drug spend analysis, and quality improvement activities. Provides support for all clinical activities at division facilities, centralized order entry center and consolidated pharmacy.
East Florida Supply Chain Division – Miramar, FL
The city of Miramar is located in Broward County, Florida, about 14 miles southwest of Fort Lauderdale and 20 miles north of Miami.
Broward County is rich in beaches, gardens, attractions, and historical sites. Other points of interest in the county include the, International Game Fish Association Hall of Fame & Museum, International Swimming Hall of Fame and Museum of Art.
Miramar City is home to Leading Aviation and Health Care Industry Hub
WHY SHOULD YOU APPLY?
To attract the best talent, HealthTrust offers one of the leading 401(k) plans in the healthcare industry (a 100% match on up to 9% of pay based on years of vesting service).
Generous Tuition Reimbursement program to support individuals seeking higher education.
Opportunities for professional growth and advancement.
Balance of working in partnership with peers and completing tasks on an individual basis.
EDUCATION/ EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:
Residency Training or BCPS certification preferred
Five to ten (5-10) years of experience as a clinical pharmacist in a hospital setting
Previous experience as a clinical coordinator or director in large, complex facility preferred
- Licensed pharmacist
We are an equal opportunity employer and we value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.
Director Of Pharmacy Services
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1222 10th St, Suite 201 N
Woodward, OK 73801
(580)571-3230 Fax (580)254-2985
Position based out of Fort Supply, Oklahoma
Director of Pharmacy Services
Major Work Duties:
Come join a great organization with us here at Northwest Center for Behavioral Health in Fort Supply, Ok. NCBH is currently recruiting for a Director of Pharmacy Services.
This position formulates and implements all pharmacy policies, procedures and directs, supervises, and instructs pharmacy personnel. Ensures drug supplies are used according to proper use dates, and facility policy. Reviews stock inventory and manages ordering of supplies. Supervises pharmacy staff and students.
Minimum Qualifications and Experience:
Possession of a valid license to practice pharmacy in the State of Oklahoma; and two (2) years' experience as a pharmacist.
Additional Factors for Consideration:
Applicants must be willing and able to fulfill any job-related travel normally associated with this position and as such have a valid driver's license.
Probationary period (or trial period, if applicable) required for classified positions.
Drug and Alcohol Pre-employment and Pre-placement Testing:
Upon a conditional offer of employment, applicants for safety sensitive positions shall be required to submit to urinalysis to test for drugs. Appointment to a safety sensitive position shall be contingent upon a negative drug test result.
Reasonable accommodation to individuals with disabilities may be provided upon request.
THIS AGENCY REQUIRES COVERAGE 24 HOURS, 7 DAYS PER WEEK. WORK HOURS AND LOCATION MAY VARY DEPENDING ON BUSINESS NECESSITY. EMPLOYEES MAY BE REQUIRED TO WORK WEEKENDS AND OVERTIME.
First Preference / Pre-Announcement:
DMHSAS facilities must notify the above listed HR department by the opening date and time listed above if they have employees with a first preference request to return to work on a limited duty release.
Generous, full-time employment compensation packages to include base salary, allowance for health, dental, vision, and disability insurance, as well as paid vacation, sick and holiday leave, and two retirement packages.
ODMHSAS offers excellent benefit packages.
Veteran's Preference Points Apply only for initial appointment in the Classified Service.
Pharmacy Supervisor- Clinical Pharmacy Services
Job Summary: The Pharmacist Supervisor provides pharmaceutical care to UPMC Pinnacle patients of all ages through medication order review, preparation, dispensing, documentation and monitoring, patient counseling and medication reconciliation.
The Pharmacist Supervisor collaborates with patients, physicians, nurses, pharmacists, and other healthcare professionals to deliver safe, effective, and fiscally responsible patient-centered care. This position has a significant leadership component that requires extensive program development, provision of education, and committee involvement. Requires an extensive command of the overall practices, including daily operations, clinical programs, technologies, regulations, pharmacy workflow, statistics, quality assurance and procurement. Plays a key role in daily oversight of Pharmacy activities.
Registered pharmacist with Pennsylvania licensure/eligibility.
Minimum of 3 year hospital pharmacy experience. Extensive understanding of hospital pharmacy practice.
Doctor of Pharmacy degree.
Applicable post-graduate degree or training. Completion of an ASHP-accredited residency.
VP, Clinical Pharmacy Services
Provides executive business line leadership, direction, innovation, strategic planning and oversight for all national clinical pharmacy programs, drug use management initiatives and outcomes research, and drug information services. Responsible for the development and execution of overall business line strategies to meet current service expectations, member growth and business expansion needs on both a regional and national basis. Oversight areas include national clinical pharmacy services and programs in the ambulatory care settings, national drug use management initiatives and outcomes research, national pharmacy medication quality and safety and drug information services. Primary clinical pharmacy areas of focus include strategic planning; coordination of the planning, implementation, development and evaluation of clinical pharmacy programs; identification and standardization of productivity and performance measures for specific clinician care models; determination of resources to support implementation and support growth of initiatives; space planning and facility design; workflow standardization and consistency; usage of technology; management reporting systems; quality, risk management, and customer service programs and initiatives, and utilization of these items to provide excellence in high quality member services and prudent use of resources. Primary drug information, drug use management and outcomes research areas of focus include directing and overseeing the promotion and support of safe, appropriate and cost-effective use of pharmaceuticals throughout the program through effective evidence-based drug use management initiatives, comprehensive and analytics-based drug forecasts and analytics-supported outcomes research.
Oversees an operating budget exceeding $64M for Clinical Pharmacy services. Partners with Permanente Medical Groups, as well as, other regional and national entities, to optimize drug utilization in the ambulatory and acute care settings across the enterprise. Directly responsible for 3 leaders and a total team of 131 FTEs that help support the national program by working collaboratively with clinical pharmacy managers in all 8 KP regions. Works collaboratively with leaders in all 8 KP regions.
Assists executive leadership in the development and execution of the clinical pharmacy programs national vision and strategy, including the establishment of organizationally-aligned performance goals, timelines and outcome measures. Responsible for prioritizing and adjusting the strategic plan and initiatives in response to organizational, regulatory or market driven imperatives.
Assists executive leadership to seek out, promote and facilitate the rapid adoption and assimilation of best practices and innovations in service, work methods, technology, and operational systems to improve pharmacy service, quality and productivity across the enterprise. Monitors industry trends and changes to ensure that Kaiser Permanente is positioned to provide appropriate services in the competitive environment.
Assures implementation and achievement of ongoing performance improvements that optimize resources achieve including service efficiency, member service and affordability goals. Sets national productivity and member service benchmarks, including delivery strategy. Identifies and develops regional and local pharmacy delivery strategy opportunities to meet established national goals.
Provides executive business line leadership, direction, decision making and oversight and support to assure all management personnel within Clinical Pharmacy Programs actively support and assure compliance with the organization's Labor-Management Partnership agreements and other non-LMP labor agreements.
Oversees development of evidence-based National clinical initiatives that focus on improvement of clinical outcomes and affordability and promote optimal use of clinical pharmacist resources. Champions initiatives that promote access to and advance the clinical scope and acumen of clinical pharmacists in KP outpatient pharmacies. Works collaboratively with pharmacy operations leadership to achieve these responsibilities.
Provides executive oversight and leadership to Drug Use Management to assure selection of appropriate clinical initiatives, consistent implementation and support of care management initiatives. Assists in the design, promotion and execution of other organizational and pharmacy program initiatives which support the mission and vision of KP) whose access and/or effectiveness can be enhanced through collaboration with and/or provision with clinical pharmacy support.
Provides executive leadership in the assessment and evaluation of Clinical Pharmacy Services to meet affordability targets, clinical outcomes and quality of care initiative goals. Acts as an expert and resource on clinical program-related data, analyses, measures, protocols and National medication use initiatives.
Participates in Workforce Planning and Leadership/Management Development to ensure long term success of outpatient pharmacy programs in Kaiser Permanente.
Assures compliance with Pharmacy law, regulations, pharmacy business practices, accreditation standards, SOX controls and Kaiser Permanente policies for all areas with direct oversight.
Collaborates with regional pharmacy executive leaders in the development and allocation of operating budgets to assure appropriate resource utilization, consistent operations, and scope of services provided, with monitoring of performance against operating plans, and adjustments implemented as necessary and appropriate.
Builds strong collaborative relationships with other senior leaders within the national pharmacy program to ensure efficient, effective and consistent delivery of pharmacy services and care within all clinical pharmacy programs.
Collaborates with National Pharmacy Quality and Safety leadership to develop quality initiatives, processes and tool tools to measure and achieve quality targets, metrics and goals within clinical pharmacy programs. Responsible to support the execution and consistent implementation of quality initiatives across clinical pharmacy practice settings. Responsible for all applicable policies, standards and regulations related to AR&L (Accreditation, Regulatory and Licensing).
This position consistently supports compliance and the Principles of Responsibility (Kaiser Permanente's Code of Conduct) by maintaining the privacy and confidentiality of information, protecting the assets of the organization, acting with ethics and integrity, reporting non-compliance, and adhering to the applicable federal, state and local laws and regulations, accreditation and licenser requirements (if applicable), and Kaiser Permanente's policies and procedures.
Minimum seven (7) years of leadership-level experience and documented record of success in senior leadership level management of multi-region clinical pharmacy services required.
Minimum five (5) years of business management experience and documented record of success in business leadership required
- Degree in Pharmacy required
License, Certification, Registration
- Licensure as a registered pharmacist in a state that Kaiser Permanente operates is required.
Integrated health system experience preferred.
Pharm.D. preferred, but will also consider master-s degree in pharmacy, Health Services, Business Administration or related field.
Degree in Business preferred. M.B.A. preferred, but will also consider master-s degree in a related field.
Licensure as a registered pharmacist by the California State Board of Pharmacy is required within one year of hire.
American Society of Hospital Pharmacist Pharmacy approved residency certification preferred.
Board of Pharmaceutical Specialties Certification preferred.
Primary Location: California,Downey,Downey Boeing - Independence Park 12254 Bellflower Scheduled Weekly Hours: 40 Shift: Day Workdays: M-F Working Hours Start: 8:00am Working Hours End: 5:00pm Job Schedule: Full-time Job Type: Standard Employee Status: Regular Employee Group/Union Affiliation: Salaried, Non-Union, Exempt Job Level: Executive/VP Job Category: Pharmacy Department: National Pharmacy Travel: Yes, 15 % of the Time Kaiser Permanente is an equal opportunity employer committed to a diverse and inclusive workforce. Applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy), age, sexual orientation, national origin, marital status, parental status, ancestry, disability, gender identity, veteran status, genetic information, other distinguishing characteristics of diversity and inclusion, or any other protected status.
External hires must pass a background check/drug screen. Qualified applicants with arrest and/or conviction records will be considered for employment in a manner consistent with federal and state laws, as well as applicable local ordinances, including but not limited to the San Francisco and Los Angeles Fair Chance Ordinances.
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Director Of Clinical Services
Enlivant is seeking a Director of Clinical Services at Heron Place in Nampa, ID
At our core, we believe the care and service for America's aging population is not only a moral obligation, but also an honor and a privilege. By combining our fundamental values with our mission to enrich life through meaningful relationships and vibrant communities, we seek to earn the right to be viewed as the nation's most trusted senior living provider. We employ compassionate people with integrity who embody excellence and promote these values.
Enlivant and its subsidiaries operate more than 230 assisted living residences comprising more than 11,000 resident units across the United States. Enlivant assisted living residences are intimate, vibrant communities where our staff treats residents like family and serves them with the utmost integrity and compassion. Enlivant employs nearly 7,000 people.
We welcome you to become a part the team today and discover the fantastic career opportunities we have available. Join us on our quest to become the nation's most trusted senior living provider.
As the Director of Clinical Services, we will look to you to promote our CHIEF core values of compassion, humility, integrity, excellence and fun. The Director of Clinical Services is responsible for providing quality nursing oversight at an Enlivant community.
Ensures quality resident care is consistently delivered in accordance with all local, state and federal guidelines
Partners with the Executive Director on recruiting, hiring, new hire orientation, training and in-services for the Resident Care Partners, Medication Assistants, LPNs and Lead Resident Care Partners
Collaborates and partners with physicians, pharmacy and other medical professionals to promote quality care and independence for our residents
Conducts comprehensive resident pre-admission, admission and quarterly assessments
Provide on-call support for the community
Ensures compliance, efficiency and team's understanding of policies and procedures
Additional duties as assigned
Maintains a current, active Registered Nurse (RN) License
Minimum of 1 year of clinical and supervisory experience in long term care, community based care or assisted living/memory care
Quality assurance/improvement and staff development experience
The ability to work a full shift, come to work on time and work overtime as needed
The ability to work according to the necessary schedule to meet job requirements with or without reasonable accommodation is an essential function of this position
Previous experience as a Caregiver, Health and Wellness Director, Charge Nurse or Director of nursing
Exhibit good time management and organization skills
Possess the ability to handle complex issues
Demonstrate strong interpersonal communication skills
Proficient in Microsoft programs (Word, Excel and Outlook)
Uphold the principles of our mission: to enrich life through meaningful relationships and vibrant communities
Express compassion for residents, staff and guests on a consistent basis
Engage others in fun and creative activities
Strive for excellence in all aspects of the job
Work with integrity in all interactions
Enlivant provides equal employment opportunities for qualified individuals and does not discriminate in employment on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability or other prohibited basis.
Where required by state law and/or city ordinance; this employer will provide the Social Security Administration (SSA) and, if necessary, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), with information from each new employee's Form I-9 to confirm work authorization.
Director Of Clinical Services (0574U) #25949
The University of California, Berkeley, is one of the world's most iconic teaching and research institutions. Since 1868, Berkeley has fueled a perpetual renaissance, generating unparalleled intellectual, economic and social value in California, the United States and the world. Berkeley's culture of openness, freedom and acceptance—academic and artistic, political and cultural—make it a very special place for students, faculty and staff.
Berkeley is committed to hiring and developing staff who want to work in a high performing culture that supports the outstanding work of our faculty and students. In deciding whether to apply for a staff position at Berkeley, candidates are strongly encouraged to consider the alignment of the Berkeley Workplace Culture with their potential for success at http://jobs.berkeley.edu/why-berkeley.html.
Take your career to the preeminent public university in the country! UC Berkeley's University Health Services (UHS) is seeking a Director of Clinical Services. This is a unique opportunity to oversee a busy Clinical Services Program serving a diverse campus community. If you have strong healthcare and leadership experience and a passion for college health, this could be your opportunity.
Globally recognized: Rated #1 public university in the world
National collegiate leader: One of the nation's largest and most comprehensive university health centers, caring for students, faculty, and staff.
Impact: Be at the forefront of college health issues.
Location: Beautiful San Francisco Bay Area!
UC Berkeley's University Health Services (UHS) provides fully accredited primary medical care, sports medicine, mental health, innovative health promotion and health insurance services to students, as well as a variety of faculty and staff health programs and services. The Clinical Services Program within UHS includes urgent care, primary care and specialty clinics, laboratory, pharmacy, physical therapy, radiology, and a major medical insurance plan. Approximately 70,000 visits occur annually including Primary Care, Urgent Care, Occupational Health and Specialty Clinics. These visits generate ancillary encounters with the Radiology, Clinical Laboratory, Physical Therapy and Pharmacy departments. Learn more at uhs.berkeley.edu
I. Administration / Management: Oversees the overall operational management of University Health Services Clinical Services Units, including Primary and Urgent Care Clinics, Specialty Clinic, Allergy/Travel Clinic, and ancillary services as assigned.
Key member of UHS' senior leadership teams responsible for strategic development and organizational planning. Oversees analysis and policy development for issues and processes.
Provides high level leadership to Clinical Services Units in consultation with medical director. Acts as strategic partner; prepares budget forecasts, monitors expenditures, makes recommendations and implements decisions on operational and resource issues (HR, resources, funding or space) that have department-wide impact.
Chairs the Clinical Services Management Team. Develops, implements, and evaluates strategic and business plans; reviews clinical and utilization data to design/redesign clinical systems and processes; implements and evaluates new service delivery/practice models; improves the delivery of patient care and service line profitability, efficiency, and effectiveness.
Provides long range planning and establishes annual unit goals for clinics and ancillary services. Responsible for annual development and ongoing monitoring of clinical budgets. Provides coordination and consolidation of the medical delivery system.
Designs and utilizes systems to monitor/evaluate overall access, as well as the coordination, continuity and consistency of service line functions within primary and urgent care clinics and ancillaries services.
Determines the master operating calendar ensuring all units provide appropriate levels of service.
Provides management and oversight to clinical operations administrative teams.
Prepares and ensures consistent utilization of standardized nursing procedures, protocols, and guidelines contributing to improved clinical performance and patient care standards. Responsible for ensuring that clinical staff are working within scope and in accordance with all applicable standards (including but not limited to licensure, accreditation, and legal).
Provides oversight for ordering and purchasing clinical equipment, medical supplies selected medications, etc.
As appropriate to training level and experience, will oversee Nurse Managers, Registered Nurses, and/or other subordinate clinical support and/or ancillary staff or managers. Provides leadership, professional direction, and direct supervision of selected staff, including hiring, orientation, coordination of training, staff development, performance management, schedule and timesheet approvals, etc.
Recommends plans for personnel development and training needs of staff based on monitoring and review of performance goals, quality assurance indicators, and incident report investigations related to individual and team performance.
Includes work on committees and assignments that enable staff to develop professionally, formal and informal coaching and mentoring, regular training, and appropriate conference attendance.
III. Accreditation and Quality Assurance
Manages UHS Clinical Services Quality Improvement Program.
Works closely with the Medical Director and QIC Chair to establish annual CQI priorities and annual CQI calendar. Proactively identifies practice risks and makes recommendations to protect organizational interests
Develops and implements departmental quality indicators and coordinates ongoing monitoring and evaluation activities, in collaboration with Unit Managers. Assists the appropriate area manager with the development of corrective action plans to be implemented when indicator measurement is below predetermined threshold
Participates in systemwide Quality Assurance and Improvement activities
Serves as a resource on quality management and utilization management activities to other managers and administrators
Participates in risk management activities and collaborates with Risk Manager to review, analyze, and trend adverse incidents including patient complaints.
Key member of Quality Improvement Committee: assists with agenda planning, tracking, and distribution of minutes
IV. AAAHC Accreditation
Responsible for keeping the organization current with Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care (AAAHC) accreditation standards. Accordingly, the incumbent shall monitor and review accreditation standards each year, and make recommendations for implementation of practices to ensure organization compliance with same.
Develops tools and processes to identify and monitor areas that need compliance revisions.
Leads preparation for accreditation site visits; Assigns tasks to appropriate staff and maintains contact throughout process.
Ensures appropriate documentation to meet AAAHC standards. Identifies areas requiring new or revised documented policies and procedures.
Regularly provides information to SHS staff related to accreditation.
V. Other duties as assigned.
Knowledge and Skills
Thorough knowledge of clinical operations and health care delivery systems.
Thorough knowledge and experience associated with managing multiple medical care units and establishing operational efficiencies.
Excellent skills in providing and managing the delivery of medical care services to a diverse client population.
Thorough knowledge of campus policies, programs and initiatives relating to Health Care services provided to students, faculty and staff.
Critical thinking and organization:
Excellent decision-making, analytical, problem solving and critical thinking skills.
Must have project management and organizational leadership skills.
Must be able to collaborate with medical staff members and others across campus, both internal and external, at all levels in the organization on matters of significance.
Proven ability to establish and implement new programs, priorities, goals and objectives and timelines for achievement of goals.
Ability to work independently and follow through on assignments with minimal direction
Must have strong knowledge of the principles and practices of management and supervision
Thorough knowledge of HR-related policies and procedures, including union contracts and preparation of contract negotiations, in consultation with Human Resources.
Excellent written, electronic and verbal communication skills to communicate effectively with students, faculty and staff at all levels in the organization, business partners and the medical community.
Excellent skills needed to interact effectively with key external partners and stakeholders.
Thorough knowledge of budget/fiscal related processes.
Proven ability to manage fiscal and HR resources.
Computer literate including facility with electronic health records, Microsoft office software, email, etc.
Experience in areas of quality assurance, where knowledge was used to develop and implement clinical indicators, establish thresholds, and recommend correct plans
Experience in accreditation preparation (AAAHC or JACHO), familiarity with applicable standards.
Knowledge of HIPAA and FERPA Privacy Rules, and California state laws regulating privacy and confidentiality of health information.
Bachelor's degree in health professional area and/or equivalent experience/training.
Registered nurse, or Nurse Practitioner, or other allied healthcare provider required.
Licenses or certifications
- Currently licensed in State of California as Registered Nurse, Nurse Practitioner, or other allied healthcare provider.
- BLS (also known as CPR) Certified
- Master's degree or equivalent highly desirable (e.g. Master of Health Administration – MHA, Master of Public Health (MPH), Master of Nursing, Master of Business Administration)
Salary & Benefits
Salary commensurate with experience and includes full eligibility to UC Benefits Plan. .
For information on the comprehensive benefits package offered by the University visit:
How to Apply
Please submit your cover letter and resume as a single attachment when applying.
- Employment is contingent on successful completion of: Background Check, Acceptable Medical Evaluation that includes infectious disease surveillance and proof of current required vaccinations or immunity levels, and successful credentials verification (if applicable).
Conviction History Background
This is a designated position requiring fingerprinting and a background check due to the nature of the job responsibilities. Berkeley does hire people with conviction histories and reviews information received in the context of the job responsibilities. The University reserves the right to make employment contingent upon successful completion of the background check.
This position has been identified as a Mandated Reporter required to report the observed or suspected abuse or neglect of children, dependent adults, or elders to designated law enforcement or social service agencies. We reserve the right to make employment contingent upon completion of signed statements acknowledging the responsibilities of a Mandated Reporter.
Equal Employment Opportunity
The University of California is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status. For more information about your rights as an applicant see: http://www.eeoc.gov/employers/upload/poster_screen_reader_optimized.pdf
For the complete University of California nondiscrimination and affirmative action policy see:
Director Of Pharmacy Services
The Director of Pharmacy Services is the responsible and accountable pharmacist charged with organizing and providing pharmaceutical services to all hospital departments, services, and disciplines. The Director manages the operations of the pharmacies, whose client base includes patients of all ages; develops and prepares strategic planning, department goals and objectives, and budgets; develops, implements, and monitors operating procedures; and performs personnel management and supervision tasks.
Serving the greater Stanislaus County with 423 plus acute care beds, Memorial Medical Center provides a full continuum of care including 24-hour emergency care, inpatient and outpatient surgery, obstetrics, pediatrics, nuclear medicine, dialysis therapy, diagnostic imaging, intensive care, physical therapy, and home health. Specialized care includes Memorial Regional Cancer Center and Memorial Heart Institute.
Graduate of an accredited school of pharmacy and licensed to practice in the State of California.
Five years of recent hospital pharmacy experience with increasing responsibilities, including a minimum of 2 years in a full-time supervisory or management capacity as an Assistant or Associate Director of Pharmacy.
Demonstrated working and administrative understanding of outpatient and inpatient dispensing, clinical services implementation and management, hospital computer systems, and personnel management.
Ability to read, write, hear and verbally communicate in English to the degree required to perform the job.
Proficient in using Microsoft office computer software to accurately enter and extract data, compose documents, send and receive email.
Must be able to travel in and out of Stanislaus County, including transcontinental travel. If MMC and/or own vehicle used on Hospital business, must possess valid California Driver's License and upon request proof of liability insurance.
Applicants with advanced degrees, administrative residencies in hospital pharmacy, or equivalent practical experience will be given preferential consideration.
Personal computer experience.
Pharmacy Services Chief III
FIRST DAY OF FILING:
APRIL 19, 2019 AT 8:00 a.m., PST
UNTIL THE NEEDS OF THE SERVICE ARE MET AND IS SUBJECT TO CLOSURE WITHOUT PRIOR NOTICE.
TYPE OF RECRUITMENT:
Open Competitive Job Opportunity
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH SERVICES:
The Los Angeles County Department of Health Services (DHS) is the second largest health system in the nation, providing compassionate, quality care through its integrated system of hospitals and community-based clinics. DHS annually cares for about 600,000 unique patients, employs over 22,000 staff and has an annual operating budget of $4.3 billion.
DHS leads the county's effort to provide health services to the resident of Los Angeles County, of which approximately two million are uninsured. DHS hospitals also conduct post-graduate medical education through university affiliations for interns, residents and fellows to train the physician workforce for tomorrow.
We're remaking the nation's largest county-run correctional health system with a focus on social justice medicine, compassionate whole-person care, community partnership and professional growth. Every day, we put our vision and our values into practice as we strive to strive to improve healthcare for uniquely underserved population.
Plans and directs the work of a large pharmacy in a hospital or other health or mental health care setting. Essential Job Functions
Develops and monitors policies and procedures governing pharmacy operations within the general framework of hospital and departmental procedures and established professional standards; through subordinate supervisors monitors quality and quantity of work and takes corrective action as necessary.
Interviews and selects supervisory and professional pharmacy personnel; plans assigns, and evaluates the work of immediate subordinates and reviews the evaluations of their subordinates; investigates and prepares written responses to employee grievances; recommends and takes disciplinary action when indicated; interprets and applies overall facility administrative policies in directing pharmacy operations.
Develops and supervises the interpretation and enforcement of policies and procedures designed to promote the appropriate, safe and effective use of medications which includes the acquisition, storage, prescription distribution and appropriate use and monitoring of drugs; presents or provides recommendations on drug formulary additions or deletions to the facility's Pharmacy Therapeutics Committee.
Meets with medical and facility administrative staff to coordinate pharmacy policy and procedure with the work of other patient care staff; resolves issues in the provision of drug-related patient care services that cannot be resolved at lower levels.
Represents the pharmacy in contacts with hospital administrative staff and with representatives of other agencies and institutions within or outside County service.
Reviews and approves or recommends to administrative staff proposals for improvements in methods of ordering, compounding, dispensing, packaging, storing, distributing, or monitoring drugs and other pharmaceuticals.
Develops proposed solutions to problems of staffing, space, equipment and service levels and prepares budget requests.
Supervises the scheduling of staff to provide required pharmacy services and obtain administrative assistance to meet special or unforeseen staffing requirements.
Oversees the ordering of drugs, supplies, and equipment necessary to provide pharmacy services and delegates the interviewing of manufacturers' representatives regarding the purchase of drugs, equipment, and supplies.
Implements and ensures the monitoring of pharmacy-related contracts, including those with commercial pharmacies, laboratories, pharmaceutical manufacturers and foundations, and pharmacy benefit management services.
Ensures programmatic and technical guidance is rendered to contract pharmacy and prospective contract pharmacy providers.
Plans and implements information systems for recording and maintaining data on drug usage including costs and prepares or supervises the preparation of summary reports.
Designs, maintains, and coordinates with other patient care and administrative services programs for the control of narcotics and other controlled or restricted drugs and the enforcement of appropriate security measures.
Coordinates and reviews participation by subordinate staff in the training of professional or technical personnel from other disciplines in pharmaceutical principles, practices and operations.
Adheres to the allocated budget and makes amendments with justification as necessary.
Two years of experience at the level of Pharmacy Supervisor I* or higher.
A license to practice as a Registered Pharmacist issued by the California State Board of Pharmacy.
PHYSICAL CLASS II - Light: Light physical effort which may include occasional light lifting to a 10 pound limit, and some bending, stooping or squatting. Considerable walking may be involved.
SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS INFORMATION:
- Experience at the level of Pharmacy Supervisor I in the County of Los Angeles is defined as: Supervises professional and support personnel in the provision of pharmacy services in a hospital, clinic, correctional facility, or other health care setting.
Applicants must ensure the certificates and licenses section of the application is completed. Provide the type(s), license number(s) and names(s) of the issuing agency for the required license(s) or attach a legible photocopy of their license to practice as a Registered Pharmacist issued by the California State Board of Pharmacy to the application at the time of filing or within 15 calendar days from filing online.
The required license MUST by current and unrestricted; provisional, probationary, or a restricted license will NOT be accepted.
- Experience in an inpatient hospital setting at the level of Pharmacy Supervisor I* or higher.
This examination will consist of an evaluation of experience based upon application information weighted 100%.
Candidates must achieve a passing score of 70% or higher in order to be placed on the eligible register.
Applications will be processed on an "as-received" basis and those receiving a passing score will be promulgated to the eligible register accordingly.
The names of candidates receiving a passing score in the examination will be placed on the eligible register in the order of their score group for a period of twelve (12) months following the date of promulgation.
No person may compete in this examination more than once every twelve (12) months.
Appointees may be required to work any shift, including evenings, nights, weekends and holidays.
The resulting eligible register for this examination will be used to fill vacancies throughout the Department of Health Services as they occur.
APPLICATION AND FILING INFORMATION:
APPLICATIONS MUST BE FILED ONLINE ONLY. APPLICATIONS SUBMITTED BY U.S. MAIL, FAX OR IN PERSON WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.
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Director Of Pharmacy
Director of Pharmacy
Signature Psychiatric Hospital
As a full time, exempt, Staffing Director of Pharmacy with Comprehensive Pharmacy Services (CPS) at Signature Psychiatric Hospital in Liberty, MO, you are the Pharmacist In Charge and Staffing Director all in one. Duties include pharmacy organization of workflow, formulary management, operating the pharmacy according to hospital policies, standards of practice of the profession, and state and federal laws.
You will recommend innovations in the practice and function of the pharmacy to hospital administration and carry out mutually agreed upon programs. In addition, you will be staffing and overseeing all pharmacy operations, planning, organizing and controlling activities with the assistance of a Pharmacy Technician. You will fill orders with accuracy, maintain security of pharmacy and controlled substances; and enter orders and patient information with accuracy for both the Liberty and Kansas City Hospitals. This full time, exempt position is scheduled full time Monday-Friday day shift, with on call.
As a CPS-employed Staffing Director of Pharmacy, you'll have a full support team available to you including experts in operations, clinical, and regulatory.
About the Facility: Signature Psychiatric Hospital provides inpatient mental health and dual diagnosis treatment (both mental health and substance use crisis stabilization) for adults and senior adults.
Housed in the beautiful and modern Liberty Hospital, Signature provides a state-of-the-art inpatient environment with a home-like setting featuring comfortable and appealing living spaces, dining rooms, sitting room and beautiful artwork throughout which creates a safe, nurturing environment conducive to healing. Comprehensive Pharmacy Services has partnered with CenterPointe Signature Psychiatric Hospital to manage the day to day operations of the pharmacy; with all pharmacy staff being employed by CPS.
Pharmacy Degree - Bachelors or Pharm D from an accredited school of pharmacy
Missouri Pharmacist licensure that is currently active and in good standing
At least 1 year recent inpatient hospital pharmacy management/supervisory experience preferred
At least 3 years recent inpatient Pharmacist experience
Ability to work independently, set priorities, make critical decisions, and respond to client concerns
Ability to work cooperatively with other members of hospital and pharmacy staff
Benefits: All CPS employees enjoy a competitive salary and are eligible to participate in the 401(k) savings plan with an employer match. Full Time employees are also eligible for a comprehensive benefits package, including Medical/Dental/Vision Insurance / Paid Time Off (PTO) Program / Company Paid Short- and Long-Term Disability / Basic and Supplemental Life Insurance / Medical Flex and Dependent Care Accounts and more.
About CPS: Founded nearly 50 years ago and employing over 2,500 clinical, regulatory, and operational pharmacy professionals, Comprehensive Pharmacy Services is the nation's oldest and largest provider of pharmacy support services to more than 700 hospitals and healthcare facilities across the United States and Puerto Rico.
CPS helps hospital pharmacists tackle complex problems such as medication reconciliation, hyper-inflated drug costs, standardization, centralized distribution, regulatory & compliance, and 340B programs leading to increased quality, reduced admissions and lower costs. Services provided by CPS include pharmacy management, pharmacy consulting, specialized pharmacy services, telepharmacy, 340B program compliance assurance, ambulatory & retail pharmacy services, medication related transition of care, and pharmacy analytics. For more information, visit http://www.cpspharm.com.
Equal Opportunity Employer
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