Full-timeEstimated: $54,000 - $70,000 a year
- Clinical Pharmacy Experience
- Licensed Pharmacist
- Communication Skills
- High School Diploma or GED
Full Job Description
1. Assist the Director, Associate Director, and Assistant Director in the operation of Pharmacy
Service’s Oncology Program.
2. Responsible for maintaining efficient workflow in Oncology Pharmacy including work assignment of
staff and review of performance.
3. Assists in the coordination of inpatient and ambulatory oncology pharmacy activities.
4. Responsible for the coordination of all clinical aspects of pharmacy services to oncology patients.
5. Responsible for the development and coordination of departmental research and educational programs involving oncology patients.
6. Maintains all documentation for our investigational oncology drugs.
7. Liaison with research groups and private vendors in investigational oncology drugs.
8. Monitors drug therapy (including Adverse Drug Events) and performs MUE for oncology patients.
9. Develop criteria for use of new oncology related drugs and monitor use of newly introduced
oncology drugs for their on patient care and the pharmacy operation.
10. Attend rounds and represent the department at oncology related meetings.
11. Serve as a resource for the department in matters relating to treatment of oncology patients.
12. Coordinate in-service educational programs for nursing, house staff and pharmacy.
13. Assist in the development of departmental policies regarding use and monitoring of oncology agents.
14. Responsible for interpreting and profiling medication orders in maintaining the patient medication profile.
15. Prepare and dispense medications.
16. Assist in the revision and updating of the formulary of accepted drugs.
17. Document clinical interventions via the Clinidoc intervention reporting system.
18. Assists in the orientation of new Pharmacists, Support Staff, Interns, students and Residents to the Department; trains new personnel and evaluates their performance.
19. Shares on-call responsibility when needed to handle problems.
20. Participate in clinical research originated by the medical staff and participate in pharmaceutical research projects.
High School diploma or equivalent is required and must be a graduate of approved College of Pharmacy. Advanced degree in Pharmacy Administration or related field preferred;
New York State Pharmacy License and current registration is required
One to two years of Hospital Pharmacy experience required in order to plan,
organize, and supervise work of others in the Department.
Must have good verbal and written communication skills.
Must have ability to educate and lecture large groups.
Must be able to work under stress and to work on various projects simultaneously.
Must be able to read and interpret laws and regulations.