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CLINICAL ONCOLOGY PHARMACY SPECIALIST
Outpatient Cancer Center

SEEKING: 1 Adult Oncology Specialist and 1 Pediatric Oncology Specialist

Take the helm in medication management with this very clinical opportunity in being the treatment team’s critical drug information source.

Cancer Center will double number of chairs

SCHEDULE: M-F, 8am-8pm hours of operation

LOCATION: The most beautiful area of West Coast with mountainous views, hiking, beaches, and city amenities

EMPLOYER: A clinical leader providing advanced cancer treatment to high acuity patients. A top-notch progressive practice with leading Oncology/Hematology experts. Highly ranked, providing the most up to date and innovative cancer treatments. Leading edge technology.

OVERVIEW:

  • This is a very clinically oriented position – this pharmacist will work closely with the Oncology RNs and a very cohesive Oncology Team in regard patient treatment plans. There is no direct patient contact
  • Reports to: Director of Pharmacy
  • Keep learning constantly — With so many drugs in development for cancer and with this Health System using the most progressive treatment, this Oncology Pharmacist will present comprehensive information about the newest drugs proposed for possible formulary addition
  • Deal with cancer treatment’s increased complexity and help patients as they receive more combination therapies and progressive lines of therapy
  • Preceptor and Educator role
  • Review chemo orders, monitor pertinent tests, review dates patient was last treated and next planned treatment date, and give recommendations to prescribers when necessary
  • Evaluate products / Verify all dosage- and administration-rate-related calculations
  • Evaluate medications during repeated courses and during deviations from previous treatments.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Required: PharmD and PGY1 Residency
  • Prefer PGY2 Residency although Oncology experience may substitute
  • Prefer BCOP although can obtain board certification once on board

For consideration and/or full details, please email patty@clinipost.com
Patty Wyatt / 469.626.5161

Posted 3/21/19


Medication Safety Pharmacy Leadership
Role: A Leader and an Educator for Medication Safety

SCHEDULE: M-F

This job will be a high-profile position (regional) which will receive elevated attention within leadership, operations, clinical services, and business decisions. This position will be a collaborator with departments and groups to apply risk reduction strategies. It is a position which will require collaborating with all patient safety leaders within this institution.

EMPLOYER: Hospital healthcare system providing essential world class healthcare to all; among most-wired and a top-notch progressive practice with leading experts. Career advancement opportunities within the different sites of facilities.

LOCATION: The most beautiful area of the West Coast with mountainous views, hiking, beaches, and city amenities. Please reach out for details.

COMPENSATION: Ranges to ~$190,000 (a range), Comprehensive Benefits Package

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

  • Develop and implement an effective plan to improve medication safety in alignment with the overall annual performance improvement targets
  • Write articles, speak to audiences, provide leadership within committees and in the Patient Safety Council
  • Develop, organize, implement, and evaluate educational and development programs for medical, nursing, and pharmacy staff members, including precepting and mentoring pharmacy students and residents, to promote optimal medication safety and compliance
  • Hold leadership role in MERP
  • Thorough knowledge of rules, regulations, policies, Joint Commission, CMS, ASHP, and state
  • Use data to identify opportunities, with particular focus on event reports, reports of adverse drug events, and IV pumps data
  • Lead development and implementation of key medication safety initiatives including medication national patient safety goals, anticoagulant risk reduction, and safe practice with insulin
  • Respond to medication events and trends; report to Pharmacy and to P&T Committee
  • Serve as PRECEPTOR for the pharmacy residency program
  • Lead use and review of all medication safety lessons learned through regular summary and communication with clinical leaders and direct staff
  • Active member and leader of the accreditation readiness team, including on-site reviews

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Required: PharmD and PGY1 Residency
  • Prefer PGY2 Residency although Medication Safety experience may substitute

For consideration and/or full details, please email patty@clinipost.com Patty Wyatt / 469.626.5161

Posted 3/21/19