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Director of Pharmacy-PSFH


Requisition ID: 41911

Location: Presence St Francis Hosp

Location Address:
355 Ridge Avenue, Evanston, IL 60202 United States (US)

Daily Hours: 8
Standard Hours: 40
Employment Status: Full-time
Employment Type: Regular
Shift: Day
FLSA: E

SUMMARY

The Director of Pharmacy Services is responsible for the general oversight of the pharmacy services and operations. The Director coordinates the pharmacy operations to provide optimal services while complying with all the applicable policies, procedures, goals, and standards of the organization. He/She monitors and manages the implementation of departmental objectives, procedures, and policies to ensure compliance with local, accreditation, and certification requirements. The Director coordinates and promotes clinical and educational services for these areas so as to provide desirable patient outcomes through the use of safe drug therapies.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Develops and administers operational and capital budgets for pharmacies.

1. Determines priorities for capital budget proposals based on overall needs keeping in mind what would benefit all pharmacies.

2. Oversees that manager(s) are working to stay within approved operational budgets.

3. Provides guidance to manager(s) in how budgets are to be maintained especially since cost sharing may benefit all.

4. Directs the purchasing of pharmaceuticals from approved vendors. Interviews vendor personnel and monitors all purchasing functions for contract compliance. Makes sure that vendors keep each pharmacy as a separate entity and that contract pricing is administered properly based on pharmacy type (i.e. non-profit vs. profit or acute vs. non-acute institutional vs. outpatient.)

B. Develops short-term and long-term objectives and activities for the department(s) in

Conjunction with the manager(s).

C. Directs the development and implementation of polices and procedures that promote appropriate and safe medication dispensing and use.

1. Directs the development of policies for medication storage and preparation at all facilities serviced by the pharmacies.

2. Coordinates the drug distribution to all areas serviced including a review of the distribution records for completeness and accuracy.

3. Directs and coordinates pharmaceutical hazardous material handling per OSHA guidelines.

D. Coordinates pharmacy staffing and evaluations in conjunction with the manager(s).

1. Works closely with manager(s) in recruiting, interviewing, promoting, and discipling pharmacy staff.

2. Promotes cross training that will benefit all pharmacies.

3. Develops and updates job descriptions and performance standards.

4. Establishes staffing needs in the areas of responsibility and productivity standards that benefit all working within the pharmacy.

5. Evaluates and counsels pharmacy manager(s).

Current Illinois licensure as a professional pharmacist. Bachelor's Degree in Pharmacy with a Master Degree in Pharmacy preferred, or Masters in business or healthcare administration.

SUMMARY

The Director of Pharmacy Services is responsible for the general oversight of the pharmacy services and operations. The Director coordinates the pharmacy operations to provide optimal services while complying with all the applicable policies, procedures, goals, and standards of the organization. He/She monitors and manages the implementation of departmental objectives, procedures, and policies to ensure compliance with local, accreditation, and certification requirements. The Director coordinates and promotes clinical and educational services for these areas so as to provide desirable patient outcomes through the use of safe drug therapies.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Develops and administers operational and capital budgets for pharmacies.

1. Determines priorities for capital budget proposals based on overall needs keeping in mind what would benefit all pharmacies.

2. Oversees that manager(s) are working to stay within approved operational budgets.

3. Provides guidance to manager(s) in how budgets are to be maintained especially since cost sharing may benefit all.

4. Directs the purchasing of pharmaceuticals from approved vendors. Interviews vendor personnel and monitors all purchasing functions for contract compliance. Makes sure that vendors keep each pharmacy as a separate entity and that contract pricing is administered properly based on pharmacy type (i.e. non-profit vs. profit or acute vs. non-acute institutional vs. outpatient.)

B. Develops short-term and long-term objectives and activities for the department(s) in

Conjunction with the manager(s).

C. Directs the development and implementation of polices and procedures that promote appropriate and safe medication dispensing and use.

1. Directs the development of policies for medication storage and preparation at all facilities serviced by the pharmacies.

2. Coordinates the drug distribution to all areas serviced including a review of the distribution records for completeness and accuracy.

3. Directs and coordinates pharmaceutical hazardous material handling per OSHA guidelines.

D. Coordinates pharmacy staffing and evaluations in conjunction with the manager(s).

1. Works closely with manager(s) in recruiting, interviewing, promoting, and discipling pharmacy staff.

2. Promotes cross training that will benefit all pharmacies.

3. Develops and updates job descriptions and performance standards.

4. Establishes staffing needs in the areas of responsibility and productivity standards that benefit all working within the pharmacy.

5. Evaluates and counsels pharmacy manager(s).

Current Illinois licensure as a professional pharmacist. Bachelor's Degree in Pharmacy with a Master Degree in Pharmacy preferred, or Masters in business or healthcare administration.

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Business Unit: Presence St Francis Hospital
Department Name: Pharmacy SFH
Presence Health 
Location: EvanstonIL 60202
Document ID: AB443-0L1G  
Job Type:  Regular

Job Schedule: Full-time


Posted on: 2018-01-1801/18/2018
2018-02-17
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