Job type full-time
Full job description
Dual licensure for both wi and il required
Remote work position, with anticipated travel to wi and il hospital sites
Bachelor`s degree in pharmacy
Typically requires 5 years of experience in a health system pharmacy practice as a pharmacist.
Includes 1 year of supervisory experience in management of staff and in overseeing of budgets.
Demonstrates leadership skills and abilities including problem solving, prioritization, decision making, delegation, team building, patient service, and conflict resolution
Advanced knowledge of pharmacy practice, clinical skills, pharmacy reimbursement, and an understanding of heal care and hospital trends and issues
Demonstrated ability to work effectively with providers, staff and patients
Must be detailed oriented with the ability to handle multiple demands simultaneously
Excellent interpersonal, communication and organizational skills
Intermediate computer skills including experience in using pharmacy automation and point of sale systems
Strong aptitude in human resource management
Generally exposed to normal office environment.
May frequently lift up to 20 lbsWithout assistance
Must be able to sit, stand and walk majority of workdayMust be able to reach forward and above shoulder, bend/stop, twist torso, squat, and kneel
Will be exposed to chemical hazards therefore must have ability to wear protective clothing as needed
Operates all equipment necessary to perform the job
This job description indicates the general nature and level of work expected of the incumbentIt is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities required of the incumbentIncumbent may be required to perform other related duties.
Manages the daily operations of pharmacy servicesEnsures an efficient workflow that meets local, state and federal regulations and accrediting organization standardsDevelops and implements pharmacy services to support the essential pharmacy functions of medication storage, preparation and dispensing, prescribing and ordering, medication administration, and monitoring of medication therapyMonitors quality indicators and takes actions to improve department performance.
Manages and oversees daily operations by establishing priorities, providing work direction, resolving problems and monitoring department performanceEnsures that services are safe and high quality.
Ensures pharmacy services align with local, state, and federal rules and regulationsEnsures that accepted standards of practice as outlined by accrediting bodies, ashp, usp, and ismp are followedComplies with all requirements of osha and the department of public health.
Ensures appropriate department staff levels and oversees schedulingMonitors productivity and makes appropriate adjustmentsEnsures optimal use of supplies for cost~effectiveness and efficiency.
Identifies quality and safety risks in department operations and clinical practicesEstablishes and implements quality and safety improvementsEnsures medication safety event reporting is completed.
Supports pharmacy and interdisciplinary goals at both the system and site levelLeads the implementation of system initiatives and policies, and monitors compliance at the siteCollaborates with other site leaders to meet site goals, provide interdisciplinary services and resolve site issues.
Ensures team members perform identified clinical and operational pharmacy services to support patient careCollaborates effectively with other site leaders and departmentsMonitors effectiveness of department servicesLeads quality improvement projects within the department and site.