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- Paid Days Off from Day One for FT/PT positions
- Student Loan Repayment Program for FT/PT positions
- Career Development
- Whole Person Wellbeing Resources
- Mental Health Resources and Support
- Debt-free Education (Certifications and Degrees without out-of-pocket tuition expense)
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Schedule: Full Time
Location: AdventHealth Great Lakes Region
The role you'll contribute:
The Clinical Pharmacy Manager shall support the mission of the department, hospital, and health-system by preventing, identifying and resolving drug related problems to assure patient safety, improve patient satisfaction, optimize patient outcome and minimize cost. They will perform all functions of a registered pharmacist including accurate and timely dispensing, clinical interaction with the healthcare team, patient teaching, pharmacist and technician supervision.
The value you'll bring to the team:
Pharmacy Practice and Clinical Management
a) Manages and oversees pharmacy practice programs, directs patient care services, and medication systems to provide reliable,
comprehensive, and individualized drug therapy that is aligned with patient needs, evidence-based best practices, regulatory standards,
and budgetary targets.
b) Effectively collaborates with other hospital departments and strategic business unit leaders to promote cooperation and efficiency in
providing patient's pharmacy care needs.
c) Provides departmental and institutional leadership for medical staff committees/meetings, hospital groups/task forces, and approved
d) Serves as departmental resource and liaison to physicians, pharmacists, nurses, and other hospital personnel and works closely with
these individuals to establish quality infrastructures utilized within the department and throughout the medical center.
e) Assists with preparation of an annual budget and manages assigned budgets and financial resources including stewardship, cost
control, and restriction/surveillance programs.
Schedule and Labor Management
a) Develops standards of performance to maximize staff roles in accordance with licensure.
b) Manages, monitors, and evaluates staff performance in assigned pharmacy areas to ensure accuracy and quality of services,
completion of all tasks, and mitigation and correction of deficiencies.
c) Provides feedback and counseling regarding job performance including employee discipline if needed and completes performance
appraisals for assigned employees.
d) Manages schedules and staff requests for PDO (vacations and holidays) and adjusts coverage for sick calls or staff shortages.
e) Monitors and reports usage of staff overtime, time and attendance deviations, and staff sick calls.
f) Leads recruitment, interview, and hiring processes for staff in assigned areas.
g) Maintains competent, skilled, and cooperative staff by coordinating training for new employees, coaching and mentoring of all
employees, and routine professional development for all staff.
h) Develops a harmonious and satisfied staff by facilitating rewards/recognition programs and engagement initiatives and taking
actions that appropriately maintain positive employee engagement.
Clinical Pharmacy Staffing
a) Actively performs all pharmacist functions and maintains active proficiency in clinical and operational programs, dispensing and
compounding activities, hospital computer systems and medication ordering systems, and established standard work parameters.
b) Works as an active member of pharmacy division and multidisciplinary team to collaborate with healthcare providers and
decentralized pharmacy staff, places practice priority on the delivery of patient-centered care, and provides accurate, safe, timely, and
appropriate medication therapy based on patient needs.
Performance Improvement and Quality Outcomes Management
a) Monitors pharmacy practice performance, patient care services, cost containment activities, and budgetary performance via
b) Proactively uses data analysis techniques to track, monitor, and communicate the clinical quality, operational, and financial
outcomes of assigned areas and to benchmark performance against internal targets and against local and national best practices.
c) Identifies, resolves, and reports short- and long-term obstacles to patient care and medication safety, regulatory compliance, or
stewardship of resources.
d) Identifies practice-related issues which require evaluation and facilitates clinical research projects, quality improvement initiatives,
or healthcare provider education as needed to advance practice.
Professional Practice Advancement
a) Serves as a preceptor/educator for pharmacy residency and student experiential education programs, including maintaining
proficiency in the four preceptor roles and active education/mentorship skills, if applicable.
b) Develops training experiences/competencies and creates new relationships for teaching and training opportunities.
c) Maintains a sustained record of contribution to the total body of knowledge in pharmacy practice through internal/external
presentations, publications, formal review for a peer-reviewed medical or pharmacy journal, and/or professional organization service. Qualifications
The expertise and experiences you'll need to succeed:
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:
Bachelors and 3+ years experience
Bachelor of Pharmacy, Doctor of Pharmacy, or other advanced pharmacy degree
PGY1 & PGY 2 Pharmacy Residency in specialty area consistent with practice needs of institution plus contemporary
hospital or specialty experience (3 years), with portfolio documenting sustained contribution to practice
PGY1 Residency AND specialty practice experience (4 years) consistent with practice needs of institution, with portfolio
documenting sustained contribution to practice required
Clinical pharmacy experience in specialty practice (5 years) in a contemporary hospital setting, with portfolio documenting
sustained contribution to practice
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE PREFERRED:
One year of Supervisory/Leadership experience
Masters in Pharmacy or Masters in Business or Health Administration
LICENSURE, CERTIFICATION OR REGISTRATION REQUIRED:
Basic Life Support - CPR Cert
Board of Pharmaceutical Specialties Certification
LICENSURE, CERTIFICATION OR REGISTRATION PREFERRED:
Board of Pharmaceutical Specialties certification
Applicable State Pharmacy License
Advance Cardiac Life Support (ACLS)
Manages pharmacists, technicians, and interns This facility is an equal opportunity employer and complies with federal, state and local anti-discrimination laws, regulations and ordinances.